Applied Psychology Research Group

The primary aim of the applied psychological research group is to conduct empirical research in various areas of psychology to generate academic knowledge, as well as being relevant to practitioners and the wider community. Research work is organised around the themes and topics of the members, underpinned by their collective theoretical, methodological, and practical expertise.The group is committed to include volunteering students and early-career researchers, thereby strengthening the link between teaching and research within the institute.


Gábor Aranyi Head Of Research Group, Assistant Professor
Room: E1


Abebe Afework Tsegaye Research Group Member, Assistant Professor
Mihály Gáspár Research Group Member, Professor Emeritus
Phone/ext.: + (36-94) 504-435
Room: E6
Vivien Hartmann Research Group Member, Student
Anita Hont-Gáspár Research Group Member, PhD Student
Milla Horváth Research Group Member, Student
Beáta Magda Nagy Research Group Member, Assistant Professor
Phone/ext.: + (36-94) 504-352
Room: E3
Eszter P. Remete Research Group Member, Assistant Professor
Phone/ext.: + (36-94) 519-610
Room: E5
Petra Schrőter Research Group Member, Student

Lecturers, researchers