Prof. Dr. Kéri Szabolcs
az MTA doktora
Tel.: (+36-1) 452-9444
Fax.: (+36-1) 452-9445
Dr. Döme Péter PhD
Dr. Simor Péter PhD
Laboratory for Perception & Cognition and Clinical Neuroscience (LPCCN)
LPCCN is one of the first Hungarian research centers applying a multidisciplinary approach to cognitive and clinical neuroscience. The laboratory was established in 1999 on the ground of the University of Szeged. Since 2012, LPCCN has been integrated into the National Institute of Psychiatry and Addictions at Nyírő Gyula Hospital, Budapest, in collaboration with the Budapest University of Technology and Economics (Department of Cognitive Science) and University of Szeged (Department of Behavioral Science and Department of Physiology).
We study the neurocognitive mechanisms of psychotic disorders, Parkinson’s
disease, memory disorders, and other clinical conditions characterized by
perceptual and cognitive dysfunctions. We apply a wide range of tools from
neuropsychology, social psychology, molecular biology/genetics, and brain
imaging. The professional background of the staff is multidisciplinary including
psychiatry, neurology, clinical, cognitive, and social psychology, biology, and
Research is focused on the following topics:
1. Functional organization of parallel visual processing systems
2. Basic mechanisms of reinforcement learning
3. Neuroimmunology and cognition
4. Social cognition of creativity, trust, and religious phenomena
Katharina Zell Center
We also provide care and support for young people and minorities experiencing spiritual struggle and transformation.
Szabolcs Kéri, M.D., Th.M., Ph.D., D.Sc.
(Professor of Cognitive Science and Physiology, Director)
Oguz Kelemen, M.D., Ph.D.
(Associate Professor of Behavioral Science)
Csilla Szabó, Ph.D.
Bertalan Polner, Ph.D.
(Assistant Professor of Cognitive Science)
Rebeka Maróthi, Ph.D.
Orsolya Györfi, M.D. (Ph.D. student)
Imre Kállai, M.Div., M.D.
Hua Li, Ph.D.
Aadi Sagar, M.D., M.Sc.
Christina Sleiman, M.A.
Research activity and publications:
Research Gate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Szabolcs_Keri
Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=TZ_wuA8AAAAJ&hl=en