Kristof Kovacs, PhD


Kristof Kovacs obtained an MA in Psychology from the University of Szeged and an MPhil as well as a PhD in Psychology from the University of Cambridge, having gained a Benefactors' Scholarship from St. John's College, Cambridge. Subsequently, he was a Zoltan Magyary Postdoctoral Fellow at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, and a Marie Curie Fellow at the University of Amsterdam. Currently, he is senior research fellow at Eszterhazy Karoly College. His main interest is individual differences in cognitive abilities; his research bridges experimental cognitive psychology, psychometrics, and statistical modeling. He is the International Supervisory Psychologist of Mensa, and the National Supervisory Psychologist of Mensa HungarIQa.

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