Research conducted at The Collins College of Professional Studies has grown over the past few years. Below are different areas of research topics our faculty are exploring.
is part of the multi-national team that was awarded a €142,000 research grant for the study of reading difficulties in children. Specifically, Dr. Christoforou served as co-principal investigator on the project "ReDI-Stance - Reading Difficulties Intervention: Scientific, Technological, and New Community Efforts". The project is funded by the Research and Innovation Foundation under the Competitive Program "Excellence Hubs" and is co-financed by the European Regional Development Funds. Link to the project announcement: https://www.cancyprus.org/projects/readi-stance/
was the co-principal investigator of project which received a €142,000 grant from the EU Structural Funds Excellence: “ReDI-Stance: Reading difficulties intervention: Scientific, technological, and new community efforts.” Along with Dr. Fazel Keshtkar (Computer Science, Mathematics, and Science), he also received a $20,000 grant from the Boehringer Ingelheim Corporation to support their research, “Human-robot interaction: Comparing user’s perception to Alexa and Pepper- the humanoid robot."
published the research article: Ok, C. M., Park, K., Park, S. B., & Jeon, H. H. (2020). Event participation and advocacy: assessing the role of affective commitment and perceived benefits. Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing [SSCI, Impact factor: 2.988], 37(1), 128-140. doi:10.1080/10548408.2020.1722783
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Why does Disneyland bring us so much joy? Are all traveler's emotions the same throughout the theme park? Dr. Park explores this topic as well as investigating consumer emotions on cruises, in restaurants, at theme parks and festivals, and on airlines.
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