CV – Veronika Konok, PhD

Place & date of birth: Budapest, Hungary – 18.01.1982.
Nationality: Hungarian
Education: Psychologist
Contact: +36-1-411-6500 Ext./ 8788
E-mail: konokvera@gmail.com

Studies:
2009-2012                         Eötvös Loránd Tudományegyetem, Biológia Doktori Iskola, Etológia Doktori Program
2001-2008                        Eötvös Loránd Tudományegyetem, Pszichológia szak

Languages skills: English,  German

Degree: PhD (2015) Title of dissertation: Emotional communication between dogs and humans

Professional experience and positions:
2015 –                                   Research assistant, MTA-ELTE Comparative Ethology Research Group
2014 – 2015                         Assistant lecturer, ELTE Department of Ethology
2013-2014                             Psychologist, Adu Vállalkozói Szakközépiskola, Szakiskola és Gimnázium,
2012-2013                            Psychologist, Czabán Általános Iskola

Teaching experience:
Evolution of communication lecture (2+0) 2014
Ethology practice (0+2) 2014

5 most significant publications (within 5 years):
Konok, V., Gigler, D., Bereczky, B. M., Miklósi, Á. 2016. Humans’ attachment to their mobile phones and its relationship with interpersonal attachment style. Computers in Human Behavior, 61: 537-547. doi:10.1016/j.chb.2016.03.062

Konok, V., Kosztolányi, A., Rainer, W., Mutschler, B., Halsband, U., Miklósi, Á. 2015. Influence of owners’ attachment style and personality on their dogs’ (Canis familiaris) separation-related disorder. PLoS ONE, 10(2): e0118375.

Konok, V., Nagy, K., Miklósi, Á. 2015. How do humans represent the emotions of dogs? The resemblance between the human representation of the canine and the human affective space.Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 162, 37-46.

Lakatos, G., Gácsi, M., Konok, V., Brúder, I., Bereczky, B., Korondi, P., Miklósi, Á. 2014. Emotion attribution to a non-humanoid robot in different social situations. PLoS ONE, 9(12): e114207. 

Lakatos, G., Janiak, M., Malek, L., Muszynski, R., Konok, V., Tchon, K., Miklósi, Á. 2014. Sensing sociality in dogs: What may make an interactive robot social? Animal Cognition, 17: 387-397.