CV – Marianna Boros, PhD

Place & date of birth: Budapest, Hungary – September 10, 1984
Nationality: Hungarian
Education: Psychology MA (2010), Biology MSc (2011)

2013–2018    Philosophy Doctoral School, Psychology Programme, Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland

2005–2011    Biology MSc, Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland
2003–2010    Psychology MA, Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland

Languages skills: English, French, Polish

Degree: PhD (2019)

Domestic and foreign scholarships:
2016–2017    Polish National Science Centre (NCN) ETIUDA 4 doctoral scholarship

2015–2016    Society-Environment-Technology PhD Scholarship
2008–2010    Visegrad Fund MSc Scholarship
2003–2008    Polish Government MA Scholarship

Professional experience and positions:
2018 –           Research assistant MTA-ELTE Lendület Neuroethology of Communication Research Group
2016–2017     Internship at the Max Planck Institute of Evolutionary Psychology (supervised by: Daniel Hanus), Leipzig, Germany
2014              Internship at the University of Rennes, Rennes, France (supervised by: Nelly Ménard)
2013–2018     PhD student, Szwed Lab, Jagiellonian Unniversity, Kraków, Poland (supervided by: Marcin Szwed)
2013–2014     PhD student, Laboratoire de Psychologie Cognitive, Marseille, France (supervised by: Johannes C. Ziegler, Jonathan Grainger)

5 most significant publications:

Boros M, Gábor A, Szabó D, Bozsik A, Gácsi M, Szalay F, Faragó T, Andics A (2020) Repetition enhancement to voice identities in the dog brain. Scientific Reports, 10: 3989. doi: 10.1038/s41598-020-60395-7

Siuda-Krzywicka, Boros M, Bartolomeo P, Witzel C (2019). The biological bases of colour categorisation: From goldfish to the human brain. Cortex, 118,82-106

Boros M, Anton J-L, Pech-Georgel C, Grainger J, Szwed M, Ziegler J.C. (2016). Orthographic processing deficits in developmental dyslexia: Beyond the ventral visual stream. NeuroImage, 128, 316-327

Marzecová A, Bukowski M, Correa Á, Boros M, Lupiáñez J, Wodniecka Z (2013). Tracing the bilingual advantage in cognitive control: The role of flexibility in temporal preparation and category switching. Journal of Cognitive Psychology 25(5), 586-604