CV – Zsófia Bognár

Place & date of birth: Dunaújváros, Hungary – August 5, 1993
Nationality: Hungarian
Education: Biology BA
Contact: bognarzsof@gmail.com

Studies:
2018- Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary – Biologist (MSc), Ecology, Evolutionary- and Conservation Biology
2012-2018 Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary – Biology (BSc)

Languages skills: English, German

Professional experience and positions:
2016 – Assistant, ELTE Department of Ethology

Domestic and foreign scholarships:
2019-2020 – New National Excellence Program scholarship
2019-2020 – National Higher Education scholarship
2018/2019 spring semester – ELTE regular scholarship
2018/2019 autumn semester – ELTE regular scholarship
2017/2018 spring semester – ELTE regular scholarship
2017/2018 autumn semester – ELTE regular scholarship

Professional awards and recognition:
2019 Eötvös Loránd University Students’ Conference (TDK), Budapest, Hungary; Supraindividual section, 1st place
2019 Eötvös Loránd University Students’ Conference (TDK), Budapest, Hungary; Supraindividual section, special award
2019 Outstanding student of the Faculty of Sciences
2017 National Students’ Scientific Conference of Biology, Debrecen, Hungary; Ethology and behavioral ecology section, 2nd place
2016 Eötvös Loránd University Students’ Conference (TDK), Budapest, Hungary; Ethology and behavioral ecology section, special award

5 most significant publications (within 5 years):
Bognár, Zs., Iotchev, I. B., Kubinyi, E. 2018. Sex, skull length, breed, and age predict how dogs look at faces of humans and conspecifics. Animal Cognition, 21: 447-456. doi: 10.1007/s10071-018-1180-4

Piotti, P., Szabó, D., Bognár, Zs., Egerer, A., Hulsbosch, P., Carson, R. S., Kubinyi, E. 2018. Effect of age on discrimination learning, reversal learning, and cognitive bias in family dogs. Learning & Behavior, 1-17. doi: 10.3758/s13420-018-0357-7.

Piotti, P, Szabó, D., Wallis, L., Bognár, Zs., Stiegmann, B., Egerer, A., Marty, P., Kubinyi, E. 2017. The effect of age on visuo-spatial short-term memory in family dogs. Pet Behaviour Science,  4: 17-19. doi: 10.21071/pbs.v0i4.10130