Ariadni Stogiannidou is Professor in the School of Psychology. She began her higher education in Greece and completed it in the US. (1980 Diploma of the School of Philosophy, Section of Education and Psychology, Aistotle U. / 1982 Ecole des Psychologues Praticiens, Paris, France/1983 Master of Arts, Hofstra University, New York, USA 1986 Doctor of Philosophy -Clinical and School Psychology, Hofstra University, New York, USA)
She teaches at Aristotle University since 1988. She has also taught as adjunct instructor to the Universities of Crete and Thessaly. She has worked as senior researcher at the Centre for Mental health (Athens and Thessaloniki). She was involved in private practice of psychology with children and adults, in qualitative market research and in personnel evaluation, from 1986 to 2000.
She has served the School of Psychology as substitution representative in the Research Committee and senate, regular member of the Senate, Director of the Section of developmental and School psychology and Chair of the School of Psychology. Her research interests evolve around psychological assessment and psychosocial evaluation as well as interventions for children and families. She has co-authored two books, published approximately 65 papers in Greek and international scientific journals and participated with presentations in more than 100 national and international conferences. She was the scientific responsible for the Greek standardization of the intelligence scale WAIS IV(MOTIBO, PearsonAssessments, 2014) and is currently scientific responsible for the Greek version of WISC V. In 2013 she was elected as Editor in chief of the Scientific Journal PSYCHOLOGIA (APA listed).
She has served at the Executive Boards of the Association Greek psychologists and the Hellenic Psychological Society in various positions. She has served as regular member at the Central Health Council of Psychologists at the Ministry of Health and is presently a member of the National Committee for the award of EuroPsy certificate by the European Association of Psychologists.