Recent Representative Dissertations

The relationship between children's social competence, learning motivation, and school achievement, Anikó Zsolnai, Prof. József Nagy, 1997.

Acquiring scientific knowledge: Conceptual development, and conceptual change, Erzsébet Korom, Prof. Benő Csapó, 2001.

Proofing ability and its development during the school years, Csaba Csíkos, Assoc. Prof. Tibor Vidákovich, 2001.

Development of mastery motivation and its relationships with some basic cognitive skills, Krisztián Józsa, Prof. József Nagy, 2003.

Complex problem solving in real-life situations, Gyöngyvér Molnár, Prof. Benő Csapó, 2004.

Improving analogical reasoning through teaching biology, Erzsébet Antal, Prof. Benő Csapó, 2004.

Teachers’ thinking about children’s cognitive improvement and development, Hercz Mária, Prof. Benő Csapó, 2007.

Content-based criterion-oriented skills improvement in grade 5, Róbert Pap-Szigeti, Prof. József Nagy and Assoc. Prof. Krisztián Józsa, 2009.

Issues in the application of science knowledge: Investigating the understanding of real-life phenomena 1996–2006, Mária B. Németh, Prof. Benő Csapó, 2009.

Classic figures and construction of canons in Hungarian textbooks on history of Education (1867 – 1956) Attila Nóbik, Prof. Béla Pukánszky, 2010.

Online instructor roles and effects of online mentoring in cscl environments in communities of pre- and in-service teachers Helga Dorner, Prof. Andrea Kárpáti, 2010.

A study of social interest realisation, emotional and social problem solving abilities in children between 4 and 18 years of age László Kasik, Assoc. Prof. Anikó Zsolnai, 2010.

The criterion oriented support of the development of relation comprehension with the help of fairy tales among 4-8 years old children Ágnes Nyitrai, Prof. József Nagy, 2010.

Analysis of mathematics word problemsolving ability among 9-13-year old majority and learning disabled students Rita Kelemen, Assoc. Prof. Csaba Csíkos, 2010.

Development of music listening skills and their relationship to some basic learning skills between the ages of 4 and 8 Márta Gévayné Janurik, Assoc. Prof. Krisztián Józsa, 2010.