Research Groups

2019.01.18.
Research Groups

Institute of Health Promotion and Sport Sciences

  • Ádám György Psychophysiology Research Group
  • Life-style, health, leisure
  • Sports management, sports economics, sports tourism
  • Nutrition science, health tourism and recreation

Institute of Research on Adult Education and Knowledge Management

  • Adult Learning and Education Research Group
  • Social Communication Research Group

Institute of Intercultural Psychology and Education

Intercultural Psychology and Education Research Group

Institute of Education

  • Research Group for Innovation and Equality in Education
  • Research Group for Higher Education and Innovation
  • Health Behaviour in School-aged Children – HBSC
  • Research Group for Cognitive Development and Education
  • Anthropology of Education Research Group
  • School Organization, Teacher Education and Professional Learning Research Group (STeP.RG)
  • Research Group on Historical, Theoretical and Comparative Pedagogy

Institute of Sport Sciences

  • Applied Exercise Physiology
  • Sports Pedagogy - Physical Education

Institute of Psychology

Developmental Neuropsychology Research Group

The overall research mission is dedicated to the investigation of individual's capacity for flexible changes for external and/or internal influences in different age groups. Of primary current interest is the measurement and role of flexible emotional shifting in mental health.  One of our current research projects is focused on exploring the changes on the performance of neuropsychological tests measuring executive functions and risk taking before and after social stress in teens. Other ongoing collaborative project aims to investigate the role of gross motor skills in early executive functioning in toddlers and how specific yoga taining could improve both in this age group. We are also interested in how atypical development, such as preterm birth can influence long term cognitive and emotional processing.  Our research group also investigate the effect of specific diet(s) on biological and neuropsychological outcomes in obese and non-obese subjects. Furthermore, current study focuses on the correlation between body composition and neuropsychological performances.  The ultimate goal of our laboratory is to develop new measurement of emotional shifting capacity and design potential intervention for improving flexibility in emotional shifting.  

  • Adaptation Research Group
  • Addiction Research Group
  • Test Methodology Research Group for Differential and School Psychology
  • Decision Lab
  • Health Psychology Research Group
  • Brain, Memory and Language Lab
  • Research Group of Childhood Mental Disorders
  • Human Electrophysiology Research Group
  • Human Interaction Research Group
  • Research Group on School Psychology and Teacher Training
  • Research Team in Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy
  • Environmental Psychology Lab
  • Qualitative Psychological Studies Research Group
  • Numerical Cognition Research Group
  • Pedagogical Psychology Research Group
  • Positive Psychology Research group
  • Psychogenetic Laboratory
  • Research Group on Personality, Health & Emotion Regulation
  • Organizational and Leadership Psychology Research Group
  • Social Groups and Media Research Lab
  • Social Minds Research Group
  • Social Interaction: Competition and Cooperation Research Group
  • Social Interventions Lab
  • Knowledge and Memory Research Group