Name: Dr. Márta Fülöp, Ph.D. CSc
Birthplace: Budapest, Hungary
Birthdate: August 5, l956
Marital status: married to Dr. János Győri (Ph.D.) Children: David(b.l980), Naomi(b.l983), Benjamin(b.l986)
Home address: H-1146 Budapest, Ajtósi Dürer sor 5. HUNGARY
Office: +36-l 279-6088
Home: +36-1 460-0699
Mobile: +36-70 313-8718
Telefax: +36-l 239-6727
Full time position: Scientific Vice-director Senior Research FellowHead of the Comparative Cultural Psychology Department,
Workplace: Comparative Cultural Psychology Department, Institute for Cognitive Neuroscience and Psychology, Hungarian Academy of SciencesH-l132 Budapest, Victor Hugo utca 18-22. HUNGARY
Half time position: Professor of social psychology
Workplace: Social and Historical Psychology Professorate,
Faculty of Psychology and Education,
Eötvös Loránd University of Budapest (ELTE)
H-1064 Budapest, Izabella utca 46. HUNGARY
2011 Psychoanalytically oriented psychotherapist
Hungarian Psychoanalytic Association
2001 Psychotherapist Postgraduate Degree
1998 Clinical Psychology Postgraduate Degree
Imre Haynal Medical University, Budapest
Clinical Psychology Department
1995 CSc (Candidate of Sciences) - Ph.D.Hungarian
Academy of Sciences, Budapest
Title of Dissertation:"The Scientific and Implicit
Theories of Competition"
1991 Psychodrama therapist, Hungarian Psychodrama Association
1987 Psychoanalytic candidate, Hungarian Psychoanalytic Association
1980 Masters Degree (Psychology) - Eötvös Loránd
Title: "The Role of Rivalry in Group Dynamics"
AWARDS AND HONORS
2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006
Each year elected as the best foreign speaker at Brunel University, Department of Human Sciences, Cross-Cultural Psychology Master of Science and Doctoral Course, London, UK
Honorary Professorship. Tianjin Normal University, Institute for Psychology, China
2000 - 2003
Széchenyi Distinguished Professor in Social Psychology awarded by the Hungarian Ministry of Education
Scientific Award for Young Researchers awarded by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences "Group methods for enhancing personality and social development of socially disadvantaged adolescents"
EMPLOYMENT HISTORY AS A RESEARCHER
1997 - onwards Senior Research Fellow, Institute for Psychology,
Hungarian Academy of Sciences
l989 - 1997 Associate Research Fellow, Department of
Educational Social Psychology, Institute for
Psychology, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
1983 - 1989 Maternity leave
198l - 1983 Assistant Researcher, Department of Educational
Social Psychology, Institute for Psychology,
Hungarian Academy of Sciences
2013 - 2016 Aging in a competitive society: psychophysiological
correlates of risk taking, OTKA (National research
Fund, K 104332). Project leader: Prof. Márk Molnár
2010-2012 The cooperative competitive European citizen. TAMOP (Social Reform Operative Programme 4.2.1/B-09/1 KMR- 2010-0003.) Project leader:
2009 - 2012 Personality, age, situational and cultural determinants of fair and unfair competition, OTKA (K 77691), Project leader: Márta Fülöp
2008 - 2010 Social Capital within the Visegrad Context: cooperation and competition seen by the future generation of business people. International Visegrad Fund, Project leader: Márta Fülöp
2007 - 2010 Is citizenship education necessary? Investigation of teachers' and students' ideas related to citizenship education. Dirección General de Investigación Científica y Técnica (CSE J2007-64719/EDUC), Project leader: Prof. Alejandra Navarro, Autonomous University of Madrid, Spain (47,674 Euro)
2005 - 2007 The individual, institutional and social determinants of economic competitiveness (NKFP), Project leader: Márta Fülöp
2004 - 2008 Family and institutional socialisation of constructive competition from early childhood to adolescence, with special focus on coping with winning and losing. Hungarian National Research Board (OTKA), Project leader: Márta Fülöp
2003 - 2006 British Academy: Integrating Migrants across Europe: Optimizing Support Networks for Political, Psychological and Educational Adjustment in Six Western, Central and Eastern European Nations, Project leader: Prof. Robin Goodwin, Brunel University, London
2003 - 2004 Competition and cooperation as motivation for learning and as social skill in the school. Grant from the Ministry of Education, Educational Research Committee, Project leader: Marta Fülöp
2003 - 2004 "Academic Competition in Hong Kong: Comparative and Developmental Perspectives", Project leader: Prof. David Watkins. Small Project Funding Program, University of Hong Kong
2002 - 2005 Cognitive and behavioural processes in old age: decision making, competition, perception of novelty within a changing society.
Research supported by the National Research and Development Fund (NKFP 2002, 5/0071), Project leader: István Czigler, Institute for Psychology, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
2002 - 2004 British Academy, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Slovenian Academy of Sciences: Teachers' professional and personal discourses in the area of competition and cooperation: A comparative study of the UK, Hungary and Slovenia, Project leaders: Dr. Márta Fülöp, Dr. Alistair Ross (Metropolitan University, London), Marjanca Pergar Kuscer (University of Ljubljana)
2000 - 2003 Johann Jacobs Foundation, Switzerland: Adolescents' and Young Adults' Concepts of Competition"
1999 - 2002 National Research Foundation, "Concepts on competition in relation to social-political socialization and in cross-cultural comparison"
1999 - 2002 British Council, Hungarian Scholarship Board:"The interaction between education for enterprise and education for citizenship in Hungary and Britain", Project leaders: Márta Fülöp, Ian Davis, University of York (UK)
1997 - 1998 The Magnus Bergwall Foundation, Sweden: "Situated cognition and learning and the Japanese concepts on learning" with prof. Ference Marton, University of Göteborg, Sweden
1995 - 1996 National Foundation for High Priority Social Science Research; "Adolescents' and Young Adults' Concepts on Competition in Relation to Current Political Changes in Hungary"
1994 - 1995 Wilhelm and Martina Lundgrens Scientific Foundation, Sweden, "The Phenomenography of Literary Understanding" together with Prof. Ference Marton, University of Göteborg, Department of Education and Educational Research, Sweden and Dr. Maj Asplund Carlsson, University of Göteborg, Department of Literature, Sweden
l99l - l994 National Research Foundation; Grant for research on the "Concepts and Implicit Theories on Competition"
1990 - l991 Soros Foundation of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences; Social Science Grant for research on "The Social Psychology of Competition"
2009-2010 European Science Foundation, COST (Cooperation in Science
and Technology), project evaluator
2004 University of Massachusetts, Center for Social
Development and Education, Boston, USA,
Special Olympics Regional Collaborating Center
2002 Prime Minister's Office and United Nations Office on Drugs and
Crime. Member of the advisory committee on social sciences
research against corruption.
2001 European Science Foundation, "Integrating Immigrants into their
new societies" Exploratory Workshop
1997 - 2003 Research consultant, International Business School, Department of
1992 - 1995 Part time training consultant; International Training Centre for