Elisabeth joined Praxis in autumn 2020. Her research interests include education, mental health and political behaviour, but also the experiences of marginalised groups and their inclusion in knowledge production.
During her undergraduate studies in Psychology at the University of Tartu, Elisabeth studied at Ghent University and Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest as well. She has an MSc in Social Psychology from the University of Edinburgh where she investigated the initial motivational processes in radicalisation. Elisabeth uses R and has more experience in quantitative data analysis but she finds qualitative approaches equally fascinating.
She has participated in various training courses for youth workers and has worked at Hungarian NGOs active in non-formal education and social inclusion of disadvantaged young people. Besides equipping Elisabeth with creative methods for working with groups, this has provided her experience in designing and facilitating workshops and trainings.