Dr. Georgia S. Tzamalouka is senior researcher at the LaHeRS of the Department of Social Work in the Educational Institute of Technology (TEI) of Crete. She holds an MD in Psychology from Paul Valery University III of Montpellier-France (1998), where she specialized in Knowledge Acquisition and Management , and a PhD in Psychology from the Department of Psychology, Panteion University of Athens (2002). Since February 2004 she is employed by the Laboratory of Health and Road Safety ,T.E.I of Crete). Before that she has worked as scientific collaborator at the Department of Social Work, T.E.I of Athens, and since 2003 she works in the Department of Social Work and in the Department of Management and Business Administration in the T.E.I of Crete. She is currently involved in two research projects. The first one focuses on the connexion between lifestyle and risky driving behaviour (ARCHIMIDES I); the second one focuses on health professionals perceptions about violence against women on the island of Crete (ARCHIMIDES II). She has published 16 original papers in international and European peer reviewed journals. She has participated in 15 conferences, presenting her research findings of the various projects in which she has been involved. Her work has been cited in international journals. Her Research fields are Social Sciences methodology with specific emphasis on: Aggressive, violent and abusive behaviours within couple life and family (intra-marital as well as between parents and children), risky and hazardous driving and motorcycle riding behaviours and Risk management at work.