Viktoria Tidikis, PhD
MS Old Dominion University
PhD Old Dominion University
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Tidikis' general area of expertise is in cognitive psychology. Her research interest is in the area of creativity, with a particular emphasis in the study of higher-order and complex cognitive processes. Further, she is interested in how these processes are influenced by non-cognitive factors, such as emotions and group dynamics.
Tidikis, V. & Ash, I. K. (2013). Working in pairs and alone: Examining process variables in solving insight problems. Creativity Research Journal, 25(2), 189-198.
- Tidikis, V. & Ash, I. K. (May 2013). Creativity: Happy Misery and Despondent Delight. Abstracts of the 25th Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science.
- Tidikis, V. & Ash, I. K. (2012). Highly Arousing Negative Emotional States Cause Broadening of Attention. Abstracts of the 24th Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science.
- Tidikis, V. & Ash, I. K. (2011). Insight Problem Solving in Groups & Alone. Program of the Tenth Annual Graduate Research Symposium of the Arts & Sciences Graduate Student Association of The College of William & Mary.
- Tidikis, V. & Ash, I. K. (2011). Differential Effects of Gender Group Composition on Creative Problem Solving. Program of the 2011 Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology.
- Tidikis, V. & Ash, I. K. (2010). Effects of Group Gender Composition on Cognitive Insight Problem Solving Performance. Abstracts of the 22nd Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science.
- Tidikis, V. & Ash, I. K. (2010). Is one Head Better than Two? Effects of Working in Groups on Cognitive Insight Problem-Solving Performance. Program of 2010 Spring Convention of the Virginia Psychological Association.
In the past Dr. Tidikis taught courses in quantitative methods, cognition, and theories of personality. Currently, she is teaching introduction to psychology, research methods, and cognition. She is also looking forward to teaching a course in motivation and emotion.