PhD Students

Abdai Judit
Judit Abdai

Topic: Interpretation of third-party social interaction in dogs.

Czinege Nikolett
Nikolett Czinege

Topic: Dog-robot interaction.


Barbara Csibra

Topic: Comparative analysis of human executive function analogues.



Dobó Zsófia
Dobó Zsófia

Topic: Examination of the relationship between aging dogs and owners, stress reactions and cognitive performance.


Fazekas Emese

Topic: The neurogenetic background of sex roles in rodents and birds.



Fekete Szivia
Szilvia Fekete DVM

Topic: From central nervous system sampling, to behavioural data: an interdisciplinary study of aging processes in the family dog

Gábor Anna_02
Anna Gábor

Topic: Neural mechanisms of social stimuli processing in dogs.


Ivaylo Iotchev

Topic: effects of learning and aging on the sleep-physiology of dogs.


Beáta Korcsok

Topic: Social robotics, Human-Robot Interaction (HRI). Ethologically inspired robot behaviour.


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Krisztina Kovács

Topic: Comparative research of sociocognitive skills and social sensitivity in dogs and children.


Fanni Lehoczki

Topic: Intra- and interspecific features of parent-offspring communication in dogs, and the ontogeny of puppy vocalizations.


Rita Lenkei

Topic: The dog as a new model for studying self-representation with a modular approach.


András Marx

Topic: The function of nonlinear phenomena in vocal communication.




Boglárka Morvai

Topic: Social learning of sex roles.


Eszter Petró

Topic: Dog-robot interactions: Interpreting of other’s intent in dogs.




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Soufiane Bel Rhali

Topic: Links between activity, impulsivity, cognitive performance and intestinal microbiome in old family dogs


Dóra Szabó

Topic: Investigating the factors influencing the cognitive state of aged dogs.


Zsuzsanna Szamosvölgyi

Topic: Ontogenesis of dog-vocalization especially to the newborn stage in dogs. Analysis and characterization of main types in newborn dog vocalization.


Flóra Szánthó

Topic: Emotion recognition and synchronisation in dogs.


Andrea Temesi

Topic: The role of oxytocin in human-pet interaction and attachment.


dr. Orsolya Julianna Torda

Topic: The environmental and congenital causes of voracity and obesity in dogs.