Tibor Pólya

Contacts

Phone: +36 1 382 6824
Institute: Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience and Psychology
Group: Narrative and Historical Psychology Research Group
Office: D4.13B

Curriculum vitae

EDUCATION
2003 Ph.D., Social Psychology, University of Pécs, Pécs, Hungary
1996 M.A., Psychology, Eötvös Loránd Scientific University, Budapest, Hungary

 

RESEARCH GRANTS

2017 –                  Hungarian Scientific Research Fund, K 124206, Narrative construction as an indicator of ability based Emotional Intelligence

2012 – 2016       European Cooperation in Science and Technology, IS1205, Social psychological dynamics of historical representations in the Enlarged EU

2012 – 2015       Bolyai János Research Scheme, Hungarian Academy of Sciences

2010 – 2014       Hungarian Scientific Research Fund, K 81633, The role of historical trajectory in the construction of national identity

2007 – 2010      Hungarian Scientific Research Fund, K 67914, Narrative structure as an indicator of the actual emotional state

2006 – 2010      Bolyai János Research Scheme, Hungarian Academy of Sciences

2006 – 2008     National Research and Development Program, 6/0074/2005

2004                    Travel grant, Eötvös Hungarian State Scholarship, MRC, Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge, Great-Brittain

2002 – 2004    National Research and Development Program, 5/027/2001, Developing softwares for automatic content analysis

2001                   Research fellowship, Sasakawa Fund

1999                   Travel Grant, Hungarian Scholarship Board, University of Aarhus, Aarhus, Denmark

1998 – 2000     Research grant, Hungarian Scientific Research Fund, F 026232, Function of narrative perspective in autobiographical memory

 

Educational activity

Methods for narrative analysis, Doctoral School of Psychology, Eötvös Loránd Scientific University

Automated text analysis in psychology, Doctoral School of Psychology, University of Pécs

Research topics

Narrative organization of personal and social identity. Construction of narratives of emotional episodes as an indicator of ability based emotional intelligence. Developing tools for automated text analysis.

List of publications

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