I am currently an adjunct professor of psychology at ELTE PPK, where I teach subjects of developmental psychology to psychology students. My main area of interest is social cognition and behavior, and how people develop as a social being. The most important issue of my research is how we interpret people’s behavior at different ages, how the development of different areas of knowledge affects the fact that we are born into the social world since our birth. My play surveys – in which infants and preschoolers can participate – are led by my colleagues and students of similar interest in the ELTE Social Minds Research Group. Some of this is happening in the BabyLab of ELTE, where we welcome all families who are interested.
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