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Klára Várhelyi

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soltesz-varhelyi.klara@btk.ppke.hu

 

 

 

EDUCATION


2011-                Budapest University of Technology and Economics
                        
Cognitive Science (PhD)

2011-                Budapest University of Technology and Economics
                        
Informatics (BsC)

2009-2011      Budapest University of Technology and Economics
                          Cognitive Psychology (MA)

2007-2008     2f Adult Education School, webdesigner

2006-2009     University of Pécs, Faculty of Psychology (BA)

 

 

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS


Dávid M., Dorner L., Hatvani A., Soltész P., Taskó T., Soltész-Várhelyi K. (in press) Az IKT hatása a kognitív működésekre iskoláskorban. Pszichológiai Szemle

Pléh, Cs., Németh, K., Fazekas, J., Varga, D., Várhelyi, K. (2013) Entropy measures and predictive recognition as mirrored in gating and lexical decision over multimorphemic Hungarian noun forms. PSIHOLOGIJA, Vol. 46 (4), 395–418

Várhelyi K. (2011) Interaction between serial but overlapping prospective tasks. Perception and Learning

Várhelyi, K. (2010) Archasonlóság. In Révész, Gy. (ed.) Az emberi arc Pro Pannónia

Hári, P., Várhelyi, K. (2010) Virtuális munka, virtuális teamek  Munkaügyi Szemle

Várhelyi, K. (2010) Face similarity. Perception and Learning

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE


2011 -2012     BME – Cognitive Psychology 1, practical course (BA)

2013                PPKE – History Of Psychology, lecture (BA)

                         PPKE – Cognitive Psychology 3, practical course (BA)

2013 –            PPKE – IT skills and statistical analysis, practical course (BA)
                         PPKE – Methodological skills and multivariate statistical methods 2
                         practical course (MA)

2015 –            PPKE – Methodological and IT skills, specialisation (BA)

 

LANGUAGE SKILLS


  • Hungarian                  Native
  • English                        Intermediate (Hungarian Intermediate State Examination)
  • German                       Intermediate (Hungarian Intermediate State Examination)

RESEARCH INTEREST


  • Modern statistical methods in Psychological Science.
  • Microstructrure components of sleep, connection between cyclic slternating pattern (CAP) and intelligence.