Conferences

  • 9th International Scientific Congress of Aviation, Space, Naval, Extreme Conditions and Environmental Medicine, 28-29 october 2015, Moscow, Russia
    After the successful presentation of the Tri-Anthropotype-Paschalidis Model at the 8th International Scientific Congress in Moscow in March 2013, Professor Dr George Paschalidis was present in Moscow, for second time, for the 9th International Scientific Congress of Aviation, Space, Naval, Extreme Conditions and Environmental Medicine that took place at the Psychoanalysis Institute of Moscow on 28 – 30 October 2015. George Paschalidis presented his paper “The Tri-Anthropotype-Paschalidis Model reveals two ways for the prevention and cure of illnesses and diseases: the transport of trace elements from the universe to the brain and from the brain to the cell, and/or the transport of chemical compounds from the intestine to the cell and from the cell to the brain”.
    In his paper, he described the relation among universe, brain, cell and intestine, a complete transport mechanism of biochemichal trace elements to the body through the photons (ie from the universe to the brain and from the brain to the cell), the understanding of which contributes to the prevention as well as the diagnosis, treatment and cure of diseases.
    The universe informs the brain with biochemical trace elements through photons that enter from the upper part of the skull in electromagnetic beam form and head towards the pituitary gland, which distributes the beam to 12 cavities of the brain. Each of these 12 cavities is structured in crystalline form and it is magnetically charged with a specific chemical element, which it magnetically attracts from the electromagnetic beam. Subsequently, the information heads towards the limbic system, where the trace elements are being transformed into chemical compounds of metals, while at the same time the information of the photons is being modified according to the information received from the senses and to the person’s stress. The chemical compounds of metals, in their turn, are being magnetically attracted from cell to cell, through the nuclei of the cells. Influence of the senses by stimuli from the environment and stressful thinking act as barrier to the flow of the electromagnetic beam in the brain and they create, as a result, confusion to the transport of the information to the cells. When the brain feels stress of panic, fear or persistence, depending on the type, the thought of each type, as magnetism, remains in one of the three structures of the limbic system for a long time, the function of the neurotransmitters serotonin, dopamine or adrelanine is disrupted, and, at the same time, change of the blood coagulation indicators is observed. Repetitive thinking causes the hyperfunction of one of the three limbic system structures, oedema of this structure, and closure of the neurotransmitter pathways that transport the neurotransmitters to the body. Consequently, the transport of chemical compounds of metals from cell to cell is being interrupted resulting in physical illness, illness of the body. That is to say, Professor Dr Paschalidis specified and analysed with accuracy the reasons why each type, under stressfull conditions, is not suitable to become an astronaut. Through his research, George Paschalidis gave the solution for balancing the amount of neurotransmitters secreted in the organism, strengthening thus the immune system. He opened the road for the prevention and cure of illnesses through two pathways: the specialised for each type diet in order to balance the intestinal flora in the organism; and facing up to the stressful thinking of each type which acts as vice in the brain not allowing the transport of the elements to the organism. Activation of the defense mechanism of our organism from the intestine to the brain through specialised diet and, at the same time, psychological training based on the type are, according to George Paschalidis’s long-term research, the most direct and the quickest way for restoring the balance of the brain plasticity and, therefore, the prevention of illnesses and preservation of health.
  • World Congress on Education WCE 2015, 19-21 October 2015, Dublin, Ierland
    Professor Dr George Paschalidis was present, for a third consecutive year, at the World Congress on Education, that was held in Dublin this time, where he presented the application of the Tri-Anthropo-Type Paschalidis Model in the secondary education. The title of this year’s paper was: “The application of the Tri-Anthropo-Type Paschalidis Model in junior high school: a case study.” The research “Getting acquainted with ourselves and the others utilising the human Personality Types knowledge” was carried out in a section of the first class of the junior high school of Aeginion, in the regional unit of Pieria Greece, in the framework of the new teaching subject “School Life and Social Life.”
    The main objetive of the application was to facilitate the transition of pupils from elementary to high school as well as their adjustment to the new educational framework. It is known that the transition from childhood to adolescence is being accompanied by many changes in emotional, social and growth level: the child experiences the loss of childness and the absolute dependence upon his parents; the child is required to start to gradually adjust to the undertaking of greater responsibilities and to emotional autonomy. At the same time, transition from elementary to high school causes pupils stress and anxiety as to whether and how they are going to be able to cope with the increased school requirements. Difficult school transition may lead to an unpleasant school experience for everybody involved in the educational process.
    In view of the above, and given that this impeded the teacher and caused her anxiety, the teacher decided to help her pupils cope with these challenges through strengthening of their self-perception and self-esteem (self-knowledge) and the perception of others (hetero-knowledge, i.e. knowledge of others). More specifically, she decided: a) to create a communication and interaction climate and strengthen the sociability of the pupils through bonding with their peers and development of friendships; b) to quell the anxiety and tension among the pupils and facilitate understanding of the new educational framework; c) to reduce verbal confrontation and teasing; and d) that individual dysfunctional pupil behaviours were to be improved. All of the above can be achieved by developing self-knowledge and hetero-knowledge (knowledge of others), which contribute to the development of security and self-confidence.
    The research results showed that getting acquainted with the Tri-Anthropo-Type Model assisted the pupils to understand more their own selves and their classmates as well as to interpret more easily everyone’s behaviour. The pupils recognised that many extreme behaviours derive from the Type characteristics and that, when they recognise them, they can limit them and, thus, evolve and conquer their own uniqueness. There were strengthened the pupils’ self-esteem and self-confidence, acceptance, friendship and collectivity. Aggressive behaviours were reduced and adjustment to the new school environment was facilitated.
    The classroom climate gradually began to change. The group’s cohesion and communication among pupils were noticeably improved; a sense of team spirit, and a climate of trust, respect and solidarity were cultivated. Positive changes were observed on the teacher herself, who, by applying the Model, managed to reduce her professional stress and derive more pleasure from her work.
    The present action research has been a positive change experience both for the pupils and the teacher-researcher. Application of the Tri-Anthropo-Type Paschalidis Model in education can promote the in-depth understanding of oneself and the other; it can thus facilitate the pupils’ transition to new learning environments and strengthen acceptance, tolerance for dissimilarity and collaboration. At the same time, it can increase the pleasure the teacher derives from his work.
  • World Congress on Education WCE 2014, 10-12 November 2014, London, Great Britain
    In November 2014, Professor Dr George Paschalidis presented his paper “The effect of the Tri-Anthropo-Type Paschalidis Model in preschool education: a case study” at the World Congress on Education WCE 2014, in London.
    In his paper, Professor Dr Paschalidis presented the results of the Application of the Model titled “Getting acquainted with myself and my classmates through the Paschalidis’ Model of the Three Human Types”, conducted in a kindergarten class of the Attica region and implemented in the framework of a Health Education Program approved by the Directorate of Primary Education of Attica. The study showed that, through teaching specialisation based on the Tri-Anthropo-Type Paschalidis Model, a pedagogical atmosphere is created, i.e. appropriate conditions for development of interpersonal relationships among teacher and pupils as well as among pupils and their classmates.
    The paper has been published in the Conference Proceedings, as well as, due to the importance of the results, in the International Journal for Cross-Disciplinary Subjects in Education, IJCDSE (Volume 6, Issue 1, March 2015). The IJCDSE provides an international forum for electronic publication of high-quality scholarly papers for Cross-Disciplinary Subjects in Education. The objectives of the IJCDSE are to bridge the knowledge gap between academia and industry and provide access to current research work.
  • 22nd International Congress of Physical Education and Sports, 9-11 May 2014, Komotini, Greece
    In May 2014, Professor Dr George Paschalidis presented the Application of the Tri-Anthropo-Type Paschalidis Model in top-class sports at the 22nd International Congress of Physical Education and Sports in Komotini, with the paper: “The Tri-Anthropo-Type Paschalidis Model: a unique tool for conquering the top”.
    There were mentioned, among other things, the possibilities the Tri-Anthropo-Type Paschalidis Model gives the coach to bring out his athete’s abilities, aptitudes, inherent potential and personality, in order to assist the athlete achieve peak performance. There were also presented the solutions for coaches in order for them to adapt to specialised/differentiated coaching based on the athletes’ real needs and not on their own character.
  • International Conference on Advanced Education and Management, 4-5 January 2014, Beijing, China
    In January 2014, at the International Conference on Advanced Education and Management ICAEM 2014 in Beijing, Professor Dr George Paschalidis presented the application of his Model in Business with his paper “The Paschalidis Tri-Anthropo-Type Business Model: a person-centered innovative discovery, leading to successful management, optimal performance, cost effectiveness and success”. The Tri-Anthropo-Type Business Model can assist both employers and employees to utilise and maximise their abilities and potential. At the same time, the Model can also help them indentify their weaknesses and eliminate them.
    According to the Model, anyone working in a position compatible with his Type can work efficiently, without effort and stress. Nevertheless, even if someone works in a position not compatible with his Type, the Model offers solutions for him to become more efficient and productive making the least possible effort.
    The Tri-Anthropo-Type Paschalidis Business Model is a unique tool, a person-centered innovative discovery that recognises the reality of human nature. Its application leads to the creation of a positive and productive work environment based on one’s understanding of oneself and of others, as well as to optimal performance, cost effectiveness, success, and prosperity of everyone involved in a company’s life.
  • Scientific Workshop “Youth: Crisis and Drugs”, 18 December 2013, Nicosia, Cyprus
    In December 2013, the Health Directorate of the Cypriot National Guard General Staff, of the Ministry of Defence of Cyprus, organised the scientific workshop “Youth: Crisis and Drugs”.
    Professor Dr George Paschalidis, who was asked to contribute to their fight against the scourge of drugs, participated with his paper: “The Tri-Anthropo-Type Paschalidis Model: Solutions to drug rehabilitition and to social reintegration”.
    In his paper, Dr George Paschalidis presented his research results on drug dependence/addiction treatment and cure and on rehabilitation and social reintegration of users. At the same time, he gave the solutions to: a) how families can effectively help their children according to their Type to overcome and recover from dependence; and b) how society and drug abuse treatment and rehabililitation centers can successfully reintegrate users in society.
    Professor Dr Paschalidis was awarded 5 points of Continuous Medical Education.
    The scientific workshop, co-organised by the Cyprus Psychiatric Association, took place under the auspices of His Beatitude The Archbishop of Cyprus Chrysostomos II and under the High Protection of the Spouse of the President of the Republic of Cyprus.
  • Scientific Workshop “Personality Types and Sport”, 27 November 2013, Nicosia, Cyprus
    In November 2013, at a Scientific Workshop of Sports Science, organised by the Pancyprian Footballers’ Association, the Cyprus Coaches’ Association, and the Cyprus Referees’ Association, Professor Doctor George Paschalidis presented his paper “Personality Types and Sport”.
    Dr Paschalidis spoke about the application of the Tri-Anthropo-Type Paschalidis Model in football. He specified: how footballers can, according to their type, reach peak performance; how a coach can better organise his team; and how referees can better manage a match.
    The Model is not only a unique tool for high performance; it is also the ‘key’ to conquering the top. It is an innovative approach to football training, as it connects specific positions in a team’s formation to the athlete’s Type.
    It is an effective method enabling athletes to strengthen their inclinations, aptitudes and abilities for a right specialisation in their fields of activity. On the other hand, even when an athlete participates in a sport or plays in a position not suitable to his Type, the Model shows this athlete how to easily overcome his weaknesses, as well as how to easily and without pressure reach the same performance level he would have achieved in a sport or a position suitable to his inclinations.
    The Model also provides solutions to coaches to organise teams according to the players’ Types, assigning each player to a suitable position to maximise the player’s performance.
  • Scientific Workshop on Sports Science and Sports Medicine, 7 September 2013, Athens, Greece
    In September 2013, the Sports Science and Sports Medicine Workshop “Sports in today’s Geece: seeking the vision through science” was held in Athens, Greece.
    Professor Dr Paschalidis participated with the paper: “The Three Human Pesonality Types and Type-specific sport choice”.
    In his paper, Dr Paschalidis presented the research results of the application of the Tri-Anthropo-Type Paschalidis Model in sports and top-class sports.
    The Model is a unique “key” enabling coaches to easily recognise in which sport and/or position athletes, depending on their Type, can maximise their performance. Furthermore, coaches, employing the Model, can recognise and suggest the sport(s) their athletes can excel in.
  • World Congress on Education (WCE-2013), 2-4 September 2013, London, Great Britain
    In September 2013, at the World Congress on Education (WCE-2013) in London, Professor Doctor George Paschalidis participated with his paper “Effective Teaching based on the application of the Tri-Anthropo-Type Paschalidis Model in Education”.
    In his paper, Doctor Paschalidis presented the results of the application of the Differentiated Teaching and Collaborative Learning Model based on the Tri-Anthropo-Type Paschalidis Model.
    The Tri-Anthropo-Type Paschalidis Model in Education links personality with learning; it reveals the human brain structure and function; it precisely identifies individual differences in the educators’ as well as the pupils’ brain stucture and function, differences which determine the educator’s teaching style and the pupil’s learning profile. On the basis of the Tri-Anthropo-Type Paschalidis Model, educators, today, know precisely their pupils’ brain structure and fuction, and they can thus effectively help each pupil to improve, achieve the highest performance possible, and reach his full potential.
    The Tri-Anthropo-Type Paschalidis Model in Education provides science with a multidimensional program of collaborative learner-centered education.
    The WCE Executive Committee rated Dr Paschalidis’s research with the highest mark for its high quality. Furthermore, during the Congress, it was stressed that Dr Paschalidis’s presentation can lead to specific research for the attainment of a PhD degree, and that it can be the source for further research.
    Consequently, Dr Paschalidis’s paper was selected for publication. An extended version of the presented paper was published in the Literacy Information and Computer Education Journal (LICEJ), Volume 5, Issue 3, September 2014.
    The Literacy Information and Computer Education Journal is a quarterly peer-reviewed journal providing an international forum for publication of high-quality scholarly aticles of academicians and professionals from various fields with cross-disciplinary interests.
  • Scientific Symposium “Coach-Educator: a Multifunctional Role in the Modern Sporting Scene”, 23rd April 2013, Athens, Greece
    In April 2013, at the scientific symposiun “Coach-Educator: a multifunctional role in the modern sporting scene”, Professor Dr George Paschalidis presented the application of the Tri-Anthropo-Type Paschalidis Model in Sports with his paper “Tri-Anthropo-Type Paschalidis Model, a unique tool for sport choice and high performance”.
    In his paper, Dr Paschalidis described and analysed a coaching strategy method, based on the Tri-Anthropo-Type Paschalidis Model, providing coaches with the ‘key’ to knowing each athlete’s personality and to the way of effective instruction and guidance of each athlete.
    With Dr Paschalidis’s discovery, coaches know now their athletes’ weaknesses and how to help athletes overcome these weaknesses to reach the highest performance. Coaches also know which body posture is correct for each athlete according to his Type for injuries to be prevented; and, furthermore, which coaching method is suitable to each athlete, depending on his Type.
  • 8th International Congress of Aviation, Space, Naval, Extreme Conditions and Environmental Medicine, 25-29 March 2013, Moscow, Russia
    In March 2013, at the 8th International Congress of Aviation, Space, Naval, Extreme Conditions and Environmental Medicine in Moscow, Professor Dr George Paschalidis presented his discovery of the Human Typology, the differentations in the human brain structure and the three differentiated ways of human brain function.
    Professor Dr Paschalidis participated with the paper: “The Tri-Anthropo-Type Paschalidis Model: an innovative discovery which links the universe to the brain and the brain to the cell, interprets the individual differences, and provides solutions to mental and physical illness.”
    At the Congress, Dr Paschalidis spoke of the strengthening of the cell and the prevention of accelerated cell decline in extreme environments, the cellular response to stress as well as the epigenetic DNA modification.
    He also revealed that each Type (A, B or C) has its own source of healthy cells located in a specific brain region different for each Type. Scientists have the possibility to extract cells from the specific brain region-source of each type and transplant them into damaged target organs, the goal being healthy cell development and DNA reprogramming.
    Dr Paschalidis also referred to the suitable training for astronauts-pilots carrying out extreme conditions missions for the highest performance to be achieved. Moreover, he analysed how to effectively utilise each trainee’s abilities and capabilities for a correct role allocation and a perfect and complete team formation.
    The application of the Tri-Anthropo-Type Paschalidis Model is the key to prevention, treatment, cure and training.
    Dr Paschalidis received proposals for cooperation from medical research centers, in order for him to contribute through his discovery to disease and illness prevention, treatment and cure.
    Furthermore, the chairman of the Russian Aerospace and Environmental Medicine Association, Professor of Medical Sciences Dr B.D. Vlasov, along with the members of the Association honoured Dr Paschalidis with cooperation proposals.
  • 5th International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation, 19-21 November 2012, Madrid, Spain
    In November 2012, at the 5th International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation (ICERI) in Madrid, Professor Dr George Paschalidis presented the application of the Tri-Anthropo-Type Paschalidis Model in Education with his paper “The Model of the Three Human Personality Types: A unique tool for understanding the individual differences in the teaching-learning process.”
    In this paper, Dr Paschalidis presented the Tri-Anthropo-Type Paschalidis Model of type-specific differentiated teaching and collaborative learning. The Model identifies three learning profiles and three teaching styles. It is a novel approach to the learning process in all education levels.
    The paper has been published and it is available to all academics in digital form at the IATED (International Academy of Technology, Education, and Development) Digital Library, ICERI 2012.
  • 20th World Congress of Psychiatric Genetics, 14-18 October 2012, Hamburg, Germany
    In October 2012, Professor Dr Paschalidis presented his discovery of the Tri-Anthropo-Type Paschalidis Model at the 20th World Congress of Psychiatric Genetics, in Hamburg. Dr Paschalidis participated with the poster presentation: “Individual Differences in Presentation of Anxiety and Affective Disorders Predict Genetically Determined Differences of Brain Limbic System: The Three Human Personality Type Model as a guide to clinicians and researchers”.
  • 18th Annual International Neuroscience and Biological Psychiatry Conference “Stress and Behaviour”, 22-24 June 2012, New Orleans, USA
    In June 2012, Professor Dr George Paschalidis presented, for the first time, the Tri-Anthropo-Type Paschalidis Model, at the International Neuroscience and Biological Psychiatry Conference “Stress and Behaviour”, in New Orleans.
    Dr Paschalidis participated with his paper: “Genetically Determined Differences of the Three Structures of the Limbic Brain System Determine Three Distinctive and Unique Personality Types: A Special Key for Understanding Connection between Brain Function and its Plasticity with Health Prevention”.  The Conference Chair A.V. Kaloueff classified Dr Pashalidis’s research into the field ‘Translational Neuroscience’.