Kopcsó Krisztina

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Research Fellow

Research fields

- prenatal mental health and maternal-fetal attachment
- child development
- nighttime fears 

 

Contact

e-mail: kopcso@demografia.hu
tel.: (06-1) 345-6459

 

Publications

Pohárnok, Melinda – Kopcsó, Krisztina – Polgár, Petra, Ibolya (2022): The structure and correlates of the 20-item Maternal-Fetal Attachment Scale in a population-based sample of Hungarian expectant women. Midwifery, 112, 103422.

Kopcsó, K. – Láng, A. – Coffman, M.F. (2021). Reducing the Nighttime Fears of Young Children Through a Brief Parent-Delivered Treatment—Effectiveness of the Hungarian Version of Uncle Lightfoot. Child Psychiatry & Human Development. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10578-020-01103-4

Veroszta, Zs.- Kopcsó, K. - Boros, J. - Kapitány, B. - Szabó, L. - Spéder, Zs. (2020): Tracking the development of children from foetal age: an introduction to Cohort ’18 Growing Up in Hungary. Longitudinal and Life Course Studies

Boros, Julianna – Kopcsó, Krisztina – Makay, Zsuzsana – Szabó, Laura (2019). Child health and development in Cohort ‘18. In Veroszta Zsuzsanna (ed.): Conceptual framework. Growing Up in Hungary – Cohort ’18. Hungarian birth cohort study. Working Papers on Population, Family and Welfare, No. 32, Hungarian Demographic Research Institute, Budapest, 26–38.

Kopcsó Krisztina 2018: Scale adaptation. In Veroszta Zsuzsanna (ed.) 2018: Technical report. Growing Up in Hungary – Cohort ’18. Hungarian birth cohort study. Prenatal research, preparational phase. Working Papers on Population, Family and Welfare, No. 30, Hungarian Demographic Research Institute, Budapest, 24-29.

Kopcsó, Krisztina – Láng, András (2018): Uncontrolled Thoughts in the Dark? Effects of Lighting Conditions and Fear of the Dark on Thinking Processes. Imagination, Cognition and Personality. DOI:10.1177/0276236618816035

Kopcsó Krisztina – Láng András (2017): Regulated divergence: Textual patterns, creativity and cognitive emotion regulation. Creativity Research Journal, 29(2), 218-223.