PhD Student, Research Assistant
I joined the lab during the Fall of 2015, as I conducted a study for my master thesis with the help of the Babylab. The aim of the study was to explore whether preschooler aged children generalize information acquired from an in-group model compared to an out-group model differently. After graduation, I worked as a research assistant in the Babylab at the Central European University for 2 years. I rejoined the ELTE Babylab in the Fall of 2018, as a PhD student. As part of my PhD research, I am interested in exploring how children come to understand social conventions; more specifically, the fact that these are community-bound (as opposed to moral norms which are universal) and that therefore their scope of applicability may change from situation to situation.
Courses, Thesis topics:
Infant and Child Study (PSZB17-132:2) - in Hungarian
Research field practice in Cognitive/Affective Psychology (PSZB17-114)
Social Cognition (with Katalin Oláh) (PSZM17-KF-105)
Research Methods Practical 1. (PSYB17-131)
Cultural learning in preschool children, in experimental-based interactive situations (for example, the impact of a teacher’s group membership on long-term learning, understanding social conventions in preschool age).