I did my undergraduate degree in Psychology and an MSc in cognitive neuropsychology at Lorand Eotvos University, Hungary.
In 2005 I moved to the University of Plymouth, where I did a PhD in Cognitive/Experimental Psychology (completed in 2010). Subsequently, I worked as a teaching fellow in Plymouth, until I moved to the University of Geneva (Switzerland) in May 2011 to work as a post-doctoral researcher with Professor Pierre Barrouillet. During the same year, I was awarded an ESRC post-doctoral fellowship, and I moved to the University of Cambridge to work with Dr Denes Szucs at the Centre for Neuroscience in Education.
In December 2012, I was appointed as lecturer in psychology at Queen’s. I was very happy to accept this position, as the School of Psychology at Queen’s has a particular research strength in the areas of Cognition, Development and Education with leading researchers in the field, including Professor Teresa McCormack and Dr Aidan Feeney.