Dr Eric Vasilikos holds a PhD in Psychology from Panteion University. During his research, he focused on issues related to the interpersonal dominance assumed within hierarchical structures, while his academic interests include issues such as power and authority, social norms, intergroup relations, and other related issues within the wider sphere of social psychology. His current research activity concerns the connection of the assumed interpersonal domination with its possible cognitive extensions, especially in terms of the possibility for divergent thinking.
He has participated in various scientific conferences in Greece and abroad, has translated a university textbook on Social Psychology, has co-edited two more, and has collaborated as a reviewer with academic journals.
He has been a professor of psychology at BCA since 2012, teaching courses in social, organizational, and applied psychology, and at the same time has taught in the Department of Psychology of the University of Crete, in the Pedagogical Department of Primary Education of the University of Patras and in the Department of Philosophy, Pedagogy, and Psychology at EKPA.