CURRICULUM VITAE

Péter Bodor

PERSONAL

email: peter.bodor@gmail.com

        Date and place of birth: February 15, 1962,

        Bekescsaba, Hungary.

        Nationality: Hungarian.

        Languages spoken: Hungarian, English.

EDUCATION

        1981-1986 Eotvos Lorand University (ELTE) Budapest, Department of Psychology, M.Phil. Degree in Psychology, First Class Honours

      1999-2002 Enrolled at the Social Psychology, PhD Program, University of Pecs, Summa Cum Laude

THESES

M. A. Theses: "Two studies on metalinguistic consciousness"

Unpublished M.Phil.Thesis, First Class Honour, 1986, Eotvos Lorand University, Budapest, Hungary.

Ph.D. Theses: „On Emotions: A Developmental Social Constructivist Account„ PhD Thesis, Summa Cum Laude, 2002,University of Pecs, Pecs, Hungary.

SHOLARSHIPS

1997 Fall Eotvos Scholarship, Clark University, Mass.

1998 Fall Eotvos Scholarship, Clark University, Mass.

1999-2001 Bolyai Scholarship

2003-2006 Szechenyi Scholarship

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

1986-1987 Communication: Direct human ommunication (Dr. O. Horanyi) Teaching Assistant, (Seminar), Institute of Language and Communication, Janus Pannonius University, Pecs

1986-1990 History of psychology: Conceptualizations of human nature (Dr. Cs. Pleh), Teaching Assistant, (Seminar and Lecture) Department of General Psychology, Eotvos Lorand University Budapest

1989- Lecturer, Department of Social Psychology, Institute of Sociology Eotvos Lorand University, Budapest

Various courses, including:

- Introduction to Social Psychology

- Introduction to Psychology I.-II.

- Total institutions

- Phenomenological social psychology

- Communication

- Interaction Order: Goffman

- Linguistic Socialization

- Discourse and Identity

- Discoursive and narrative psychology

- Social Psychology of Gazing

1991-1992 fall Adjunct Member, Department of Sociology, The American University, Washington D.C.

Course: Social Interaction

1992-95 fall Lector, Institute für Sprachwissenschaft der Universitat Wien.

Courses included:

- Cognitive Psycholinguistics

- The CHILDES System

- Phenomenological Approaches to Conversation

1995-2005 Guest Lecturer, Institute für Sprachwissenschaft der Universitat Wien.

Courses included:

- Acquisition of Pragmatic

- CHILDES I. and II.

2001-2005 Guest Lecturer, Karoli Gaspar Uiversity, Budapest.

Courses on Social Psychology.

PUBLICATIONS

2009 10.17. Péter Bodor, Hungary, Diósd

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