CV – Attila Andics, PhD

Place & date of birth: Budapest, Hungary – 06. 12. 1980.
Nationality: Hungarian
Education: +36-1-411-6500 /Ext. 8898
Contact: attila.andics@ttk.elte.hu

Studies:
2005-2008                         PhD, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen, Netherlands
2003-2005                         Cognitive neuroscience (MSc), Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands
2001 – 2006                      Psychology Teacher (MA), ELTE PPK, Budapest, Hungary
2000 – 2006                      Math teacher (MSc), ELTE TTK, Budapest, Hungary
1999 – 2006                       Psychologist (MA), ELTE PPK, Budapest, Hungary

Languages skills: English, German, Dutch

Degree:  PhD (2013) Title of dissertation: Who is talking? Behavioural and neural evidence for norm-based coding in voice identity learning. 

Professional experience and positions:
2013 –                                  Postdoctoral researcher, MTA-ELTE Comparative Ethology Research Group
2012 – 2013                      Research assistant, MTA-ELTE Comparative Ethology Research Group
2009 – 2011                      Research assistant, Semmelweis University, MR Research Centre

Teaching experience:
2015 –                                 Integrated research methods in ethology lecture

Domestic and foreign scholarships:
2015 – 2018                      Bolyai scholarship
2015 – 2018                      OTKA (Hungarian Scientific Research Fund) Posztdoktoral scholarship
2013 – 2015                      MTA Posztdoktoral scholarship
2005 – 2008                     Max Planck Gesellschaft, Doctoral Scholarship (3 years)
2003                                    Republican Scholarship (1 year)

Professional awards and recognition:
1999                                 Psychology ‘OKTV’, first place

1999                                 Latin OKTV, fifth place

5 most significant publications (within 5 years):
Andics A., Gácsi M., Faragó T., Kis A., Miklósi Á. (2014) Voice-sensitive regions in the dog and human brain are revealed by comparative fMRI. Current Biology

Andics A., McQueen JM, Petersson KM (2013) Mean-based neural coding of voices. Neuroimage 79: 351–60. doi: 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2013.05.002

Andics A., Gál V., Vicsi K., Rudas G., Vidnyánszky Z. (2013) FMRI repetition suppression for voices is modulated by stimulus expectations. NeuroImage 69: 277-283.

Andics A. (2012) The semantic role of agentive control in Hungarian placement events. In A. Kopecka, & B. Narasimhan (Eds.), Events of putting and taking: A crosslinguistic perspective (pp. 183-200). Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Andics A., McQueen JM, Petersson KM, Gál V., Rudas G, Vidnyánszky Z, (2010) Neural mechanisms for voice recognition. Neuroimage 52: 1528-1540. doi: 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2010.05.048