ELTE Stressz és Érzelmek Kutatócsoport

The goal of the research group is to conduct research on the topic of stress and emotions. Among the methods used, the use of experimental psychological and experience sampling methods, and the application of psychophysiological and psychoneuroendocrinological measurements in laboratory and real-life environments are emphasized. In research, we look for causal relationships between everyday events, subclinical mental symptoms, emotions, and perceptual phenomena.

The website of the research group: https://elte-stress-and-emotions-lab.netlify.app/


Tamás Nagy Head Of Research Group, Assistant Professor
Room: 521
E-mail: nagy.tamas@ppk.elte.hu


Donát Jakus Research Group Member, Student
Flóra Janku Research Group Member, Student
Dóra Kántor Research Group Member, Student
Jennifer Nádasdy Research Group Member, PhD Student
Ákos Pintér Research Group Member, Student
Anna Viola Sándor Research Group Member, Student
Virág Teodóra Fodor External Member
Kinga Boróka Kopacz External Member