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Klára Horváth

CURRICULUM VITAE

Place/date of birth: May 18, 1986, Budapest, Hungary
Tel.: (+3630) 4172211
E-mail: horv.klara@gmail.com

EDUCATION:

2011 – present   University of Oxford, Department of Experimental Psychology, DPhil in Experimental Psychology
2004 – 2011   Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary, Faculty of Medicine, Medicine, Medical Doctor: summa cum laude
2006 – 2010   Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary, Faculty of Education and Psychology, Psychology BA: excellent (5)
2000 – 2004   Eötvös József Secondary School, Budapest, Hungary, specialised in Mathematics-English

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

2009 – 2011   Teaching assistant, Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary, Institute of Behavioural Sciences
2007 – 2011   Student Researcher, Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary, Institute of Behavioural Sciences
2009 febr. – april   Research assistant, Educatio ltd.

ACCREDITED COURSES:

  • Electroencephalography for psychiatrists and psychologists
    organized by the The Hungarian Society of Psychophysiology and Health-Psychology, The Institute of Behavioural Sciences of the Semmelweis University and the Insomnia Workgroup of the Hungarian Psychiatric Society
    3 October 2007, Budapest
  • Projective drawing analysis
    organized by Zoltán Vass
    October 2006 – January 2007

RESEARCH INTEREST:

  • sleeping and cognitive development
  • psychophysiology of personality
  • memory and sleeping
  • temperament and cognitive development
  • quantitative EEG analysis

SKILLS:

Computer:

  • ECDL-select
  • MS-Office
  • SPSS
  • Statistica
  • basic Matlab
  • Dadisp
  • Adobe Photoshop, Indesign, Illustrator

Others:

  • EEG sleep staging
  • polysomnography
  • quantitative EEG analysis
  • Bayley Scale of Infant Development-scoring
  • Tester’s Ratings of Infant Behaviour-scoring

LANGUAGE SKILLS:

  • Hungarian – native
  • English – advanced (IELTS 8)
  • French – intermediate
  • German – basic

PUBLICATIONS:

Simor P.*, Horváth K.*, Gombos F., Takács PK., Bódizs R. (in press) Disturbed dreaming and sleep quality: altered sleep architecture in subjects with frequent nightmares. European Archives of Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences, DOI 10.1007/s00406-012-0318-7 (*co-first authors)

Simor P., Pajkossy P., Horváth K., Bódizs R. (2012) Impaired executive functions in subjects with frequent nightmares as reflected by performance in different neuropsychological tasks. Brain and Cognition, 78(3): 274-283.

Horváth K., Martos J., Mihalik B., Bódizs R. (2011) Is the social brain theory applicable to human individual differences? Relationship between Sociability personality dimension and brain size. Evolutionary Psychology, 9(2): 244-256.

CONFERENCE ABSTRACTS:

Horváth K., Simor P., Sándor P., Vida R., Lihi R., Sulyok Z., Bódizs R.: Spectral sleep EEG features of nightmare sufferers: evidence for a NREM disorder? Ducog 2011; Perception and Learning; The third conference of the Central European Cognitive Science Association, 2011, May 12-15, Dubrovnik
Kis A., Simor P., Horváth K., Bódizs R.: Objective and subjective components of the first night effect. Ducog 2011; Perception and Learning; The third conference of the Central European Cognitive Science Association, 2011, May 12-15, Dubrovnik
Horváth K., Martos J., Mihalik, B., Bódizs R.: Is the social brain theory applicable to human individual differences? Relationship between Sociability personality dimension and brain size, 15th World Congress of Psychophysiology, Budapest, 2010
Horváth K., Martos J., Mihalik, B., Bódizs R.: Sociability or Extraversion? Neuroanatomic measures as supporting evidence of a basic personality factor, International Brain Research Organization, International Workshop, Pécs, 2010.
Horváth K., Martos J., Mihalik, B., Bódizs R.: Szociabilitás vagy Extraverzió? Neuroanatómiai mérések, mint az alapfaktorok lehetséges megerősítő tényezői. The VII. National Congress of the Hungarian Psychiatric Association, Budapest. 2010.