|Dr Antonis Hatzigeorgiadis, Assistant Professor|
Antonis Hatzigeorgiadis received his BSc in Physical Education & Sport Sciences from Democritus University of Thrace (Greece), his MSc in Exercise & Sport Psychology from University of Exeter (UK) and his PhD from Loughborough University (UK). Antonis became Lecturer at the department of Physical Education and Sport Science at the University of Thessaly in 2003 and Assistant Professor at the same department in 2008. He teaches swimming and research methods at undergraduate level and sport psychology at postgraduate level. His research involves issues within the sport psychology domain and in particular cognitive processes, self-talk, anxiety and coping, as well as issues related to motivation and morality. He has published numerous research articles and serves as a referee in established sport psychology journals. He currently serves as the secretary of the Hellenic Society of Sport Psychology and is a member of the managing council of the European Federation of Sport and Physical Activity (FEPSAC).