HEPHAESTUS Repository

Welcome to HEPHAESTUS, the Institutional Repository of the Neapolis University in Cyrpus . HEPHAESTUS is an open source institutional repository which gathers all the digital material of Neapolis University's various activities, particularly original research studies produced by the members of the University. The HEPHAESTUS Repository demonstrates the intellectual life, research activities and publications of the University, preserving, acknowledging and promoting scientific research to benefit the local and international community.

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  • Enabling Responsible Online Gambling by Real-time Persuasive Technologies 

    Drosatos, George; Nalbadis, Fotis; Arden-Close, Emily; Baines, Victoria; Bolat, Elvira; Vuillier, Laura; Kostoulas, Theodoros; Budka, Marcin; Wasowska, Sonia; Bonello, Maris; Brown, Jamie; Corner, Tessa; McAlaney, John; Phalp, Keith; Ali, Raian (RTU Press, 2019-01)
    Online gambling, unlike other offline addiction forms, provides unprecedented opportunities for monitoring users’ behaviour in real-time, along with the ability to adapt persuasive interactions and messages that would match ...

  • A Blockchain-Based Notarization Service for Biomedical Knowledge Retrieval 

    Kleinaki, Athina-Styliani; Mytis-Gkometh, Petros; Drosatos, George; Efraimidis, Pavlos S.; Kaldoudi, Eleni (Elsevier Ltd., 2018-08)
    Biomedical research and clinical decision depend increasingly on scientific evidence realized by a number of au-thoritative databases, mostly public and continually enriched via peer scientific contributions. Given the ...

  • Towards privacy in personal data management 

    Efraimidis, Pavlos S.; Drosatos, Georgios; Nalbadis, Fotis; Tasidou, Aimilia (2009)
    Purpose – In order to enhance privacy protection during electronic transactions, the purpose of this paper is to propose, develop, and evaluate a personal data management framework called Polis that abides by the following ...

  • Cross -cultural perceptual differences among African American, Caucasian, and Greek-Cypriot college students 

    Argyrides, Marios (ProQuest Information and Learning Company, 2006)
    The purpose of this study was to examine the variables of ethnic identity, collective self-esteem, person perception, individualism, collectivism, and prejudice in Caucasian (North and South), African-American, and ...

  • Risk and Protective Factors of Disordered Eating in Adolescents Based on Gender and Body Mass Index 

    Argyrides, Marios; Anastasiades, Elly; Alexiou, Evagelia (Int J Environ Res Public Health., 2020-12-10)
    The current study aimed to identify potential psychosocial risk and protective factors contributing to eating disorders in adolescents, and observe any differences between genders and Body Mass Index (BMI) categories. A ...

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