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Personal information

 

First name(s) / Surname(s)

Dr. Attila Szabo

Address

Details are available upon request

1076 Budapest

Hungary

Mobile

Details are available upon request

 

 

E-mail(s)

szabo.attila@ppk.elte.hu or drattilaszabo@yahoo.com

 

Nationality

Hungarian (also Brit and Canadian)

Date of birth

Details are available upon request

 

Gender

Male

 

 

Desired employment / Occupational field

Research and Education

 

 

Work experience

 

 

 

Dates

2007 →

Occupation or position held

Associate Professor and Deputy Director

Main activities and responsibilities

Research, Teaching, Administration

Name and address of employer

Institute for Health Promotion and port Sciences

Eötvös Loránd University

1117

Budapest

Bogdánfy u. 10

Hungary

Type of business or sector

Higher Education

 

 

Dates

03/2006 → 04/2012

Occupation or position held

Scientific advisor

Main activities and responsibilities

Research, Consulting and Administration

Name and address of employer

National Institute for Sport

3-5. Istvánmezei St.,

1146 Budapest (Hungary)

Type of business or sector

Sport Talent Care

 

 

Dates

04/2001 - 06/2005

Occupation or position held

Reader (Associate Professor) in Sport and Exercise Psychology

Main activities and responsibilities

Research, Teaching, Administration

Name and address of employer

Nottingham Trent University

Burton St.,

Nottingham NG1 4BU

United Kingdom

Type of business or sector

Higher Education

 

 

Dates

01/1997 - 04/2001

Occupation or position held

Senior Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Sport Sciences

Main activities and responsibilities

Research, Teaching, Administration

Name and address of employer

Nottingham Trent University

Burton St.,

Nottingham NG1 4BU

United Kingdom

Type of business or sector

Higher Education

 

 

Dates

1986 - 1996

Occupation or position held

Part Time research and teaching assistant

Main activities and responsibilities

Research and Teaching

Name and address of employer

Concordia University

1455 de Maisonneuve Blvd. W.,

 Montreal QC H3G 1M8

(Canada

Type of business or sector

Higher Education

 

 

 

 

Education and training

 

 

 

Dates

2009

Title of qualification awarded

Dr. habil. (Habilitated Doctor)

Principal subjects / occupational skills covered

Psychology

Name and type of organisation providing education and training

Faculty of Pedagogy and Psychology

Eötvös Lóránd University

23-27. Kazinczy St.,

1075 Budapest

Hungary

Level in national or international classification

Postgraduate/Research Degree

 

 

Dates

1998 - 2000

Title of qualification awarded

Master of Arts - MA

Principal subjects / occupational skills covered

Education

Name and type of organisation providing education and training

Nottingham Trent University (University)

Burton St., NG1 4BU Nottingham (United Kingdom)

Level in national or international classification

Postgraduate

 

 

Dates

1997 - 1998

Title of qualification awarded

Postgraduate Certificate - PG. Cert.

Principal subjects / occupational skills covered

Teaching in Higher Education

Name and type of organisation providing education and training

Nottingham Trent University (University)

Burton St., NG1 4BU Nottingham (United Kingdom)

Level in national or international classification

Postgraduate

 

 

Dates

1990 - 1993

Title of qualification awarded

Philosophiae Doctor - PhD

Principal subjects / occupational skills covered

Sciences of Physical Activity

Name and type of organisation providing education and training

Université de Montreal (University)

Montreal (Canada)

Level in national or international classification

Postgraduate

 

 

Dates

1987 - 1989

Title of qualification awarded

Master of Science - MSc

Principal subjects / occupational skills covered

Biology

Name and type of organisation providing education and training

Concordia University (University)

1455 de Maisonneuve Blvd. W., QC H3G 1M8 Montreal (Canada)

Level in national or international classification

Postgraduate

 

 

Dates

1983 - 1986

Title of qualification awarded

Bachelor of Science - BSc

Principal subjects / occupational skills covered

Psychobiology / Psychology

Name and type of organisation providing education and training

Concordia University (University)

1455 de Maisonneuve Blvd. W., QC H3G 1M8 Montreal (Canada)

Level in national or international classification

Undergraduate

 

 

Personal skills and competences

 

 

 

Other language(s)

 

Self-assessment

 

Understanding

Speaking

W r i t i n g

European level (*)

 

Listening

Reading

Spoken interaction

Spoken production

 

English

 

C2

Proficient user

C2

Proficient user

C2

Proficient user

C2

Proficient user

C2

Proficient user

French

 

C1

Proficient user

B2

Independent user

B2

Independent user

B2

Independent user

B1

Independent user

Romanian

 

C1

Proficient user

C1

Proficient user

B2

Independent user

B2

Independent user

B2

Independent user

 

(*) Common European Framework of Reference (CEF) level

 

 

Social skills and competences

Social sciences research, teaching, mentoring, life-style consulting

 

 

Organisational skills and competences

Group leadership, seminar, workshop, conference organization

 

 

Technical skills and competences

Computer literate, advanced statistical knowledge

 

 

Computer skills and competences

MS Office, SPSS, Internet, Others.

 

 

Artistic skills and competences

Creativity

 

 

Driving licence(s)

B

 

 

LIST OF PUBLICATIONS

 

Book/ Könyv

 

Attila Szabo (2010) Exercise Addiction: A Symptom or a Disorder? Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers.

 

 

Book Chapters/ Könyvfejezetek

 

1.     Szabo Attila (2010). A testedzés mint pozitív függőség? Sportszakember Továbbképzési Konferencia Sorozat II (95-101 old.). Nemzeti Sportszövetség: Budapest.

2.     Szabo Attila (2010). Tudományos kutatás a világhálón: IM MEMORIAM Frenkl Róbert. Sportszakember Továbbképzési Konferencia Sorozat II (125-127 old.). Nemzeti Sportszövetség: Budapest.

3.     Szabo Attila, Demetrovics Zsolt, Kun Bernadette, és Kurimay Tamás (2010). Testedzésfüggőség. Demetrovics Zs., Kun B. (szerk.). Az addiktológia alapjai IV. Viselkedési Függőségek. Budapest: ELTE Eötvös Kiadó.

4.     Velenczei Attila és Szabo Attila (2009). Kiégés a sportban. Szatmári Z. (Szerk.). Sport, életmód, egészség. (p. 741-759). Budapest: Akadémiai Kiadó.

5.     Velenczei Attila, Kovács Árpád, Rendi Mária, Szabo Attila, és Szabó Tamás Szabo (2009). Diszfunkciók a sportban: Egy diagnosztikai modell. Bognár J (Szerk.). Tanulmányok a kiválasztás és a tehetséggondozás köréből (p. 111-121). Budapest: Magyar Sporttudományi Társaság (Lektorált könyvfejezet).

6.    Velenczei Attila, Kovács Árpád, Szabo Attila, Szabó Tamás, és Tóth József (2009). A Héraklész bajnokprogram 2003-2006 közötti adatbázisának elemzése. Bognár J. (Szerk.). Tanulmányok a kiválasztás és a tehetséggondozás köréből - p. 348-354). Budapest: Magyar Sporttudományi Társaság (Lektorált könyvfejezet).  

7.    Attila Szabo & Mária Rendi (2008). Exercise Addiction. In Lane, A. (Ed.). Sport and Exercise Psychology (Chapter 11, pp. 189-208). London: Hodder Education. (peer reviewed book chapter).

8.     Attila Szabo (2006). Comparison of the psychological effects of exercise and humour. In Andrew M. Lane (Ed.). Mood and Human Performance: Conceptual, Measurement, and Applied Issues (Chapter 10, pp.201-216). Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers, Inc. (peer reviewed book chapter).

9.    Attila Szabo (2001). Men versus women in the sports media: Fair play? In Ruskin, H. & Lämmer, M (Eds.). Fair Play: Violence in Sport and Society (Chapter 10; pp. 158-175). The Cossell Centre for Physical Education, Leisure and Health Promotion, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel (peer-reviewed book chapter).

10.  Attila Szabo (2000). Physical activity and psychological dysfunction. In Biddle, S., Fox, K., & Boutcher, S. (Eds.). Physical Activity and Psychological Well-Being (Chapter 7, pp. 130-153). Routledge, London, UK (peer reviewed BOOK CHAPTER).

11.  François Péronnet and Attila Szabo (1993). Sympathetic response to psychosocial stressors in humans: Linkage to physical exercise and training. In P. Seraganian (Ed.), Exercise Psychology: The Influence of Physical Exercise On Psychological Processes. (pp.172-217). New York: John Wiley & Sons. (peer-reviewed BOOK CHAPTER)

 

 

Peer reviewed publications / Lektorált publikációk[1]

 

1.     Szabo Attila, Kun Bernadette, Urbán Róbert, és Demetrovics Zsolt (2011). Kezdeti eredmények a Wong és Law érzelmi intelligencia skála (WLEIS-HU) hazai alkalmazásával. Mentálhigiéné és Pszichoszomatika, 12 (1), 1-15.

2.     Rendi Maria, Szabo Attila, és Bárdos György (2010). Testedzésfüggőség: egy ritka de súlyos pszichológiai rendellenesség. Magyar Pszichológiai Szemle, 65 (3). 529-544. (Társszerzők: Rendi Mária, Bárdos György).

3.     Attila Szabo & Gábor Andrássy (2009). Prolonged QT interval corrected for heart rate during diabetic ketoacidosis in children: Psychological stress could be another explanation. Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine, 163, 92-93. (2008-as impakt factor 4.32)

4.     Velenczei Attila, Kovács Árpád, Szabo Attila, és Szabó Tamás (2009). Induló esélyekbeteljesített álmok? Társadalmi egyenlőség a tehetséges fiatal sportolók körében. Szociológiai Szemle 19. (4), 109-129. 

5.     József Bognár, Gábor Géczi, Géza Vincze, & Attila Szabo (2009). Coping skills, motivational profiles and perceived motivational climate in young elite ice hockey and soccer players. International Quarterly of Sport Science, 1, 1-11 (see online at: http://www.iqss.eu/issue/20091/1Bognar_et_al_iqss_2009_no1.pdf).

6.     Velenczei Attila, Kovács Árpád, Szabo Attila, Szabó Tamás (2008). Társadalmi változások a magyarországi sportutánpótlás-nevelésben egy sportegyesület tükrében. Magyar Sporttudományi Szemle, 36, 25.30.

7.     László Dorogi, Attila Szabo, & József Bognár (2008). Goal orientation and perceived motivational climate in Hungarian athletes with physical and visual disabilities and able-bodied athletes. Kinesiology, 40, 162-169. (access online at: http://hrcak.srce.hr/file/48816)

8.     Attila Szabo, Mária Rendi, Tamás Szabó, Attila Velenczei, & Árpád Kovács (2008). Psychological effects of massage on running. Journal of Social, Behavioral, and Health Sciences, 2, 1-7.

9.     Mária Rendi, Attila Szabo, & Tamás Szabó (2008). Performance enhancement with music in rowing sprint. The Sport Psychologist, 22, 175-182.

10.    Gábor Andrássy, Gábor Barna, & Attila Szabo (2008). Hyperglycemia induced QT interval duration: a key to the increased risk of sudden death in diabetic patients? Diabetic Medicine, 25, 1006. (2008-as impakt factor 3.17)

11.    Mária Rendi, Attila Szabo, Tamás Szabo, Attila Velenczei, & Árpád Kovács (2008). Acute psychological benefits of aerobic exercise: A field study into the effects of exercise characteristics. Psychology, Health, & Medicine, 13, 180-184.

12.    Gábor Andrássy & Attila Szabo (2008). Methadone induced QTc prolongation. Is it due to stereoselective block of hERG or to inappropriate QT interval correction? Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics 83, 671. (2008-as impakt factor 7.58)

13.    Attila Szabo, & Katey L. Hopkinson (2007). Negative psychological effects of watching the news in the television: relaxation or another intervention may be needed to buffer them! International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 14, 57-62. (2008-as impakt factor 1.93)

14.    Gábor Andrássy, Attila Szabo, Gyöngyvér Ferencz, Zsófia Trummer, Eszter Simon, & Ádám Tahy (2007). Mental stress may induce QT interval prolongation and T-wave notching. Annals of Noninvasive Electrocardiology, 12, 251-259. (2008-as impakt factor 1.12)

15.    Velenczei Attila, Szabó Tamás, & Szabo Attila (2007). Stressz és kiégés a labdarugó edzőknél.  (Stress and burnout among soccer coaches). Magyar Sporttudományi Szemle, 8(32), 39-41.

16.  Mária Rendi, Attila Szabo, & Tamás Szabo (2007). Exercise and Internet addiction: commonalities and differences between two problematic behaviours. International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction. 5, 219-232.

17.  Attila Szabo & Mark D. Griffiths (2007). Exercise addiction in British sport science students. International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction, 5(1), 25-28.

18.    Mária Rendi, Attila Szabo, & Tamás Szabo (2007). Relationship between physical exercise workload, information processing speed, and affect. International Journal of Applied Sport Sciences, 19, 86-95.

19.  Júlia Pápai, Tamás Szabó, Zsófia Tróznai & Attila Szabo (2007). Secular trend in maturation, body composition and physical performance. Humanbiologia Budapestinensis, 31, 123-131.

20.  Attila Szabo & Tamás Szabó (2007). Evaluation of the impact of the Internet on sport and exercise psychology. Sport and Exercise Psychology Review, 3 (1), 29-42.

21.  Gábor Andrássy & Attila Szabo (2007). What is the cause of QTc prolongation in patients with alcohol withdrawal syndrome? Swiss Medical Weekly, 137, 34. (2008-as impakt factor 1.53)

22.  Velenczei Attila, Szabó Tamás, & Szabo Attila  (2006). Az edzői stressz és kiégés okai, következményei. Magyar Sporttudományi Szemle, 7(28), 13-19.

23.  Gábor Andrássy, Zsófia Trummer, Gyöngyver Ferencz & Attila Szabo (2006). Is neuroticism really associated with increased arrhythmia risk? Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 61(6), 847. (2008-as impakt factor 2.54)

24.  Attila Szabo, Sarah E. Ainsworth & Philippa K. Danks (2005). Experimental comparison of the psychological benefits of aerobic exercise, humour, and music. HUMOR: International Journal of Humor Research, 18(3), 235-246.

25.  Eric C.K. Tsang, Attila Szabo, A., István Soos, & Pál Bute (2005). A study of cultural differences in motivational orientations towards sport participation of junior secondary school children in four cultures. Journal of Physical Education & Recreation (Hong Kong), 11(1), 44-50.

26.  Mark D. Griffiths, Attila Szabo & Annabel Terry (2005). The exercise addiction inventory: a quick and easy screening tool for health practitioners. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 39, e30. (The full text is available at: http://bjsportmed.com/cgi/content/full/39/6/e30) (2008-as impakt factor 2.12)

27.  Gábor Andrássy, Attila Szabo, Andrea Dunai, Eszter Simon & Ádám Tahy (2005). Heart rate correction of the QT interval during exercise. Cardiologia Hungarica, 35, 17-20.

28.  Istvan Soos, Attila Szabo & Eric C.K. Tsang (2004). Self-determination, goal orientation, and students’ anxiety in secondary school sport clubs. Journal of Coimbra Network on Exercise Sciences, 1(1) 35-42.

29.  Attila Szabo & Lorna Hoban (2004). Psychological Effects of Fast-and Slow-Tempo Music Played during Volleyball Training in a National League Team. International Journal of Applied Sports Sciences, 16(2), 39-48.

30.  Attila Szabo & Jean Underwood (2004). Cybercheats: Is information and communication technology fuelling academic dishonesty? Active Learning In Higher Education, 5(2), 180-199.

31.  Annabel Terry, Attila Szabo & Mark D. Griffiths (2004). The Exercise Addiction Inventory: A new brief screening tool. Addiction Research and Theory, 12, 489-499.

32.  Attila Szabo (2003). Acute psychological effects of exercise performed at self-selected workloads: Implications for theory and practice. Journal of Sport Science and Medicine, 2, 77-87. (Article may be retrieved from: http://www20.uludag.edu.tr/~hakan/sbtd/vol2/n3/2/v2n3-2.htm)

33.  Eric C. K. Tsang, Attila Szabo & Annemarie Robinson (2003). Analytical comparison of three motivational components of exercise adherence in physically active Hong Kong and United Kingdom university students. Journal of Physical Education and Recreation (Hong Kong), 9(1), 31-35.

34.  Gábor Andrássy, Attila Szabo, Andrea Dunai, Eszter Simon, Tímea Nagy, Zsófia TrummerÁdám Tahy & András Varro (2003). Acute effects of cigarette smoking on the QT interval of healthy smokers: Comparison of QT interval measurement methods. American Journal of Cardiology, 92, 489-492. (2008-as impakt factor 3.90)  

35.  Jean Underwood & Attila Szabo (2003) Plagiarism: Is there a problem in tertiary education? JISC Plagiarism Advisory Service. November 2003:

       http://online.northumbria.ac.uk/faculties/art/information_studies/Imri/Jiscpas/docs/publications/UnderwoodTertiary.pdf

36.  Jean Underwood & Attila Szabo (2003). Academic offences and e-learning: Individual propensities in cheating. British Journal of Educational Technology, 34, 467-477.

37.  Attila Szabo (2003). The acute effects of humor and exercise on mood and anxiety. Journal of Leisure Research, 35(2), 152-162.

38.  Elianne M. Trembath, Attila Szabo, & Michael J. Baxter (2002). Participation motives in leisure centre physical activities. Athletic Insight; The Online Journal of Sport Psychology, 4(3),  (The full is article available online at: http://www.athleticinsight.com/Vol4Iss3/LeisureCenterParticipationMotives.htm)

39.  Gábor Andrássy, Péter Biliczky, Csaba Lengyel & Attila Szabo (2002). Duration and dispersion of QT interval in smokers. American Journal of Cardiology, 89(2), 249-250. (2008-as impakt factor 3.90)  

40.  Attila Szabo, Ellen Billett, & Jason Turner (2001). Phenylethylamine, a possible link to the antidepressant effects of exercise? British Journal of Sports Medicine, 35:342-343. (2008-as impakt factor 2.12)

41.  Attila Szabo & Anna M. Parkin (2001). The Psychological Impact of Training Deprivation in Martial Artists. Psychology of Sport & Exercise, 2, 187-199. (2008-as impakt factor 1.56)

42.  Ester Cerin, Attila Szabo, & Clive Williams (2001). Is the Experience Sampling Method (ESM) Appropriate for Studying Pre-competitive Emotions? Psychology of Sport & Exercise, 2, 27-45. (2008-as impakt factor 1.56)

43.  Attila Szabo & Nigel Hastings (2000). Using IT in the classroom: Should we replace the blackboard with PowerPoint? Computers & Education, 35, 175-187. (2008-as impakt factor 2.19)

44.  Ester Cerin, Attila Szabo, Nigel Hunt & Clive Williams (2000). Temporal patterning of Competitive Emotions: A Critical Review. Journal of Sport Sciences, 18, 605-626.  (2008-as impakt factor 1.62)

45.  Attila Szabo (2000). PowerPoint Lecturing: Students like it but does it enhance performance? Innovation: Learning and Teaching Journal (The Nottingham Trent University: Centre for Academic Practice (CAP), Vol. 4, 107-111.

46.  Attila Szabo, Adam Small, and Martin Leigh (1999). The effects of slow-and fast-rhythm classical music on progressive cycling to voluntary physical exhaustion. The Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness, 39, 220-225.

47.  Attila Szabo & Mark Bak (1999) Exercise-induced affect during training & competition in collegiate soccer players. European Yearbook of Sport Psychology, 3, 91-104.

48.  Attila Szabo (1999). Equity in the classroom: Theoretical and data based issues. Innovation: Learning and Teaching Journal (The Nottingham Trent University:  Centre for Academic Practice (CAP), Vol. 3, 1-4.

49.  Andy Roosen, Graham Compton, & Attila Szabo (1999). A device to measure choice reaction time in karate. Sports Engineering, 2, 49-54.

50.  Attila Szabo, Andrea Meskó, Arcangelo Caputo, & Éamonn Gill (1998). Examination of exercise-induced feeling states in four modes of exercise. International Journal of Sport Psychology, 29, 376-390.

51.  Attila Szabo (1998). Studying the psychological impact of exercise deprivation: Are experimental studies hopeless? Journal of Sport Behavior, 21(2), 139-147. (theoretical papertththeoretical paper)

52.  Erin E. Michalak and Attila Szabo (1998). Guidelines for Internet research: An update. European Psychologist, 3(1), 70-75. (2008-as impakt factor 1.48)

53.  Ernest Dagrou and Attila Szabo (1998). Daily assessment of state anxiety and mood in African athletes: Psychological effects of training from a life-quality perspective. Ife Psychologia, 6(2), 1-12.

54.  Attila Szabo, Robert Frenkl, György Janek, László Kálmán and Dénes Lászay (1998). Runners anxiety and mood on running and non-running days: An in-situ daily monitoring study. Psychology, Health & Medicine, 3(2), 193-199.

55.  Peter Seraganian, Attila Szabo and Thomas G. Brown (1997). The effect of vocalization on the heart rate response to mental arithmetic. Physiology & Behavior, 62(2), 221-224. (2008-as impakt factor 2.80)

56.  Attila Szabo (1997). Cross sectional research on the Internet. Journal of Physical Education and Sport Sciences, 10(1), 14-22

57.  Attila Szabo, Robert Frenkl, Arcangelo Caputo (1997). Relationships between addiction to running, commitment to running and deprivation from running: A study on the Internet. European Yearbook of Sport Psychology, 1, 130-147

58.  Manuel G. Calvo, Attila Szabo and Juan Capafons (1996). Anxiety and heart rate under psychological stress: The effects of exercise-training. Anxiety, Stress, and Coping, 9, 321-337. (2008-as impakt factor 1.12)

59.  Attila Szabo, Robert Frenkl and Arcangelo Caputo (1996). Deprivation feelings, anxiety, and commitment to various forms of physical activity: A cross-sectional study on the Internet. Psychologia, 39, 223-230

60.  Attila Szabo and Robert Frenkl (1996). Consideration of research on Internet: Guidelines and implications for human movement studies. Clinical Kinesiology, 50(3), 58-65 (theoretical paper)

61.  Frenkl Róbert és Szabo Attila (1996). Az Internet-hálózat bevonulása a kutatásokba. Testnevelés és Sporttudomány, (3), 28-34.

62.  John J. Furedy, Attila Szabo and Francois Péronnet (1996). Effects of psychological and physiological challenges on heart rate, T-wave amplitude, and pulse-transit time. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 22, 173-183. (2008-as impakt factor 2.26)

63.  Attila Szabo (1995). The impact of exercise deprivation on well-being of habitual exercisers. The Australian Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 27(3), 68-75. (2008-as impakt factor 1.93)

64.  Attila Szabo, François Péronnet, Lise Gauvin, and John J. Furedy (1994). Mental challenge elicits additional increases in heart rate during low and moderate intensity cycling. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 17, 197-204. (2008-as impakt factor 2.26)

65.  Attila Szabo, François Péronnet, Robert Frenkl, Anna Farkas, MátéPetrekanits, János Mészáros, Antal Hetényi and Tamás Szabo (1994).  Blood pressure and heart rate reactivity to mental strain in adolescent judo athletes. Physiology and Behavior, 56, 219-224. (2008-as impakt factor 2.80)

66.  Attila Szabo (1993). The combined effects of orthostatic and mental stress on heart rate, T-wave amplitude, and pulse transit time. European Journal of Applied Physiology and Occupational Physiology, 67, 540-544. (2008-as impakt factor 1.93)

67.  Attila Szabo, François Péronnet, Ghislain Boudreau, Lise Coté, Lise Gauvin and Peter Seraganian (1993). Psychophysiological profiles in response to various challenges during recovery from acute aerobic exercise. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 14, 285-294. (2008-as impakt factor 2.26)

68.  Attila Szabo, Thomas G. Brown, Lise Gauvin and Peter Seraganian (1993). Aerobic fitness does not influence directly heart rate reactivity to mental challenge. Acta Physiologica Hungarica, 81, 229-237.

69.  Attila Szabo (1992). Habitual exercise participation and personality. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 74, 978.

70.  Attila Szabo and Lise Gauvin (1992). Reactivity to written mental arithmetic: Effects of exercise lay-off and habituation. Physiology & Behavior, 51, 501-506. (2008-as impakt factor 2.80)

71.  Attila Szabo and Lise Gauvin (1992). Mathematical performance before, during and following cycling at low and moderate intensity. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 75, 915-918.

72.  Lise Gauvin and Attila Szabo (1992). Application of the experience sampling method to the study of the effects of exercise withdrawal on well-being. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 14, 361-374. (2008-as impakt factor 1.72)

73.  Attila Szabo, Sylvia M. Ruby, Frank Rogan and Zalman Amit (1991). Changes in brain dopamine levels, oocyte growth and spermato-genesis in sexually maturing rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss, following sublethal cyanide exposure. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 21, 152-157. (2008-as impakt factor 1.62)

74.  Thomas G. Brown, Attila Szabo and Peter Seraganian (1988). Physical versus psychological determinants of heart rate reactivity to mental arithmetic. Psychophysiology, 25, 532-537. (2008-as impakt factor 3.31)

 

 

 

Konferencia bemutatók és absztraktok

 

 

  1. Zoltán Gáspár, Attila Szabo, László Balogh, Márk. Váczi, Júlia Bösze, & Endre Kelemen (2008). Participation motives in sports and physical activity among young adults in Hungary; A preliminary report. Current Issues and New Ideas in Sport Science; 2nd  International Scientific Conference, 16-17 October 2008, Kaunas, Lithuania - Poster

2.    László Balogh, Attila Szabo, Zoltán Gáspár, Júlia Bösze, Márk Váczi, & Endre Kelemen (2008). An analysis of the components of the psychological contract in interactive Hungarian team sports. Current Issues and New Ideas in Sport Science; 2nd  International Scientific Conference, 16-17 October 2008, Kaunas, Lithuania – Oral Presentation

3.    Attila Szabo, László Balogh, Zoltán Gáspár, Júlia Bösze, & Márk Váczi (2008). High rate of exercise addiction among Hungarian university students: Symptoms of dysfunction or altered cultural interpretation? Current Issues and New Ideas in Sport Science; 2nd  International Scientific Conference, 16-17 October 2008, Kaunas, Lithuania – Oral Presentation

4.    Júlia Bösze, Gabriella Koppány, Attila Szabo, László Balogh, Zoltán Gáspár, & Márk. Váczi (2008). Sports knowledge and practices of runners in urban street races. Current Issues and New Ideas in Sport Science; 2nd  International Scientific Conference, 16-17 October 2008, Kaunas, Lithuania – Poster

5.    Attila Szabo, Zoltán Gáspár, László Balogh, Márk Váczi, Júlia Bösze, & Endre Kelemen (2008). Training to music in Hungarian recreational basketball teams. Current Issues and New Ideas in Sport Science; 2nd  International Scientific Conference, 16-17 October 2008, Kaunas, Lithuania – Oral Presentation 

  1. Attila Szabo, Attila Velenczei, Árpád Kovács, & Tamás Szabó (2007). Psychological characteristics of the Hungarian state-sponsored „Héraklész” star athletes in contrast to the athletes in the Central School of Sports. 12th European Congress of Sport Psychology, 4-9 September, 2007, Halkidiki, Greece - Poster
  2. Attila Szombat & Attila Szabo (2007). Relationship between parents’ education level and athletes’ gender on sporting achievements of pupils in the Central School of Sports in Budapest. 12th European Congress of Sport Psychology, 4-9 September, 2007, Halkidiki, Greece - Poster
  3. Attila Szabo, Attila Velenczei, Tamás Szabó & Árpád Kovács (2007). Exercise Addiction. 4th National Congress of Sport Sciences, 28-30 October, 2007, Eger, Hungary – Oral presentation
  4. Attila Velenczei, Árpád Kovács, Attila Szabo, & Tamás Szabó (2007). Települési leejtő az utánpótlás-nevelésben. (Regional distribution in sport talent care).  4th National Congress of Sport Sciences, 28-30 October, 2007, Eger, Hungary – Oral presentation
  5. Mária Rendi, Árpád Kovács, Attila Szabo, László Lehmann, & József Tóth (2007). Az addikciók új formáinak megjelenése (The surfacing of new forms of addiction ).  4th National Congress of Sport Sciences, 28-30 October, 2007, Eger, Hungary – Oral presentation
  6. Árpád Kovács, Attila Velenczei, Attila Szabo, Tamás Szabo (2007). A KSI-ben sportoló gyermekek társadalmi hátterének átalakulása az elmúlt 30 évben.(Changes in the social background of children enrolled in the Central School of Sports in the past 30 years).  4th National Congress of Sport Sciences, 28-30 October, 2007, Eger, Hungary – Oral presentation
  7. Tamás Szabó, József Tóth, Dorottya Pignitzky, Ágnes Sziva, Mária Rendi, Attila Szabo, & Endre Hazsik (2007). A sporttehetségek kiválasztása. Praktikum? Tudomány? Misztikum? (The selection of sport talents: Practice? Science? Mystery?). 4th National Congress of Sport Sciences, 28-30 October, 2007, Eger, Hungary – Oral presentation

13.  Gabor Andrassy, Attila Szabo, & Robert Spooner (2006). Active mental stress induces QT-interval prolongation: Individualized QT-interval correction. Annual Conference of the Hungarian Society of Cardiologists. Balatonfüred, Hungary – Oral Presentation

14.  Gyongyver Ferencz, Attila Szabo, Robert Spooner, & Gabor Andrassy (2006). QT-interval changes during active and passive mental stress. Annual Conference of the Hungarian Society of Cardiologists. Balatonfüred, Hungary – Oral Presentation

15.  Gabor Andrassy, Attila Szabo, Robert Spooner & Gyöngyver Ferencz (2006). Different types of mental stress elicit different QT responses. World Congress of Cardiology, 2 - 6 September 2006, Barcelona Spain - Poster; European Heart Journal, 27 (Abstract, Supplement) 321.

16.  Attila Szabo, Marc Griffiths, & Eric C.K. Tsang (2005), Are sport science students at greater risk of exercise addiction than the general exercising population? 11th World Congress of Sport Psychology, 15 - 19 August 2005, Sydney, Australia – Oral presentation

17.  Eric C.K. Tsang & Attila Szabo (2005), A study of perceived sport competence and motivational orientations on Hong Kong junior secondary school children towards sport participation. 11th World Congress of Sport Psychology, 15 - 19 August 2005, Sydney, Australia - Poster

18.  Attila Szabo, Caroline L. Barber,  Eric C.K. Tsang, & Istvan Soos (2005), Psychological effects of pre-event massage before and after running. 11th World Congress of Sport Psychology, 15 - 19 August 2005, Sydney, Australia - Poster

19.  Attila Szabo (2005), Acute psychological benefits of aerobic exercise: Does the workload and the form of exercise make a difference? 11th World Congress of Sport Psychology, 15 - 19 August 2005, Sydney, Australia - Poster

20.  Attila Szabo, Istvan Soos, & Lucy Elliott (2004). Leisurely physical activity and wellness: Acute psychological benefits of horse riding. IV. National Conference in Educational Sciences, 20-22 October 2004, Budapest, Hungary – Oral presentation

21.  Istvan Soos, Attila Szabo,  & Laszlo Debreczeni (2004). The effectiveness of the Petho Method on the mental and physical development of disabled children through sports. IV. National Conference in Educational Sciences, 20-22 October 2004, Budapest, Hungary – Oral presentation

22.  Katalin Kudar & Attila Szabo (2004). Knowledge at risk: Sport Science students’ attitudes toward scholastic plagiarism using the Internet. IV. National Conference in Educational Sciences, 20-22 October 2004, Budapest, Hungary – Oral presentation

23.  Attila Szabo, Eric C.K. Tsang, István Karsai, István Soós, & Annemarie Robinson (2004). Exercising for health reasons is linked to greater frequency of weekly exercise than exercising for any other reason in physically active undergraduates. XXVIII International Congress of Psychology, 8-13 August, 2004, Beijing, China - Poster

24.  Attila Szabo, Eric. C.K. Tsang, & Katey L. Hopkinson (2004). Bad news: Television newscast triggers anxiety and negative affect that could be buffered by relaxation but not distraction. XXVIII International Congress of Psychology, 8-13 August, 2004. Beijing, China – Poster

  1. Eric C.K. Tsang and Attila Szabo (2004). Gender and cultural differences in sport participation-related psychological profiles of secondary school children in four nations. XXVIII International Congress of Psychology, 8-13 August, 2004, Beijing, China – Oral presentation

26.  Attila Szabo (2004). Could 'Preferred Intensity' Exercise Buffer the Negative Psychological Effect of Passive Stress? Annual conference of the North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity, June 2004, Vancouver, Canada – Oral presentation

27.  István Soós, Attila Szabo, & Eric C.K. Tsang (2004). Relationships between Sport Competitive Anxiety and Sport Motivation Profiles: A Study in Hungarian Secondary Schools before joining the European Union. 9th Annual Congress of the European College of Sport Science, 3-6 July, 2004, Clermont-Ferrand, France – Poster

  1. Gábor Andrássy, Attila Szabo, Andrea Dunai, Eszter Simon, Ádám Tahy, & István Karsai (2004). Measurement of the QT interval during exercise: Which correction formula to use? 9th Annual Congress of the European College of Sport Science, 3-6 July, 2004, Clermont-Ferrand, France – Poster

29.  Attila Szabo, Eric C.K. Tsang, István Soós, & Dawn Cooper (2004). Gender differences in perceived athletic competence, competitive anxiety, and sport motivational orientations in English secondary school students. 9th Annual Congress of the European College of Sport Science, 3-6 July, 2004, Clermont-Ferrand, France – Poster

30.  Attila Szabo & Eric C.K. Tsang (2003). Motivation for increased self-selected exercise intensity following psychological distress: Laboratory based evidence for catharsis? 17th World Congress on Psychosomatic Medicine, 23-28 August, 2003, Waikoloa, Hawaii, USA – Oral presentation

31.  Eric C.K. Tsang & Attila Szabo (2003). Relationship between perceived sports competence and motivational orientations in Hong Kong secondary school context. The 4th Asian-South Pacific Association of Sport Psychology Congress in Sport Psychology, 29 June-02 July, 2003, Seoul, Korea – Oral presentation

32.  Attila Szabo* & Eric C.K. Tsang (2003). Why do children participate in physical education in East and West? 4th World Congress of the International Society for Mental Training and Excellence (ISMTE), 5-10 July, 2003 St-Petersburg, Russia – Poster & Oral presentation

33.  Attila Szabo (2003). Comparison of the duration of the mood benefits of acute exercise and humour: Stepping out from the lab. 11th  European Congress of Sport Psychology (FEPSAC), 22-27 July, 2003, Copenhagen, Denmark – Oral presentation

34.  Attila Szabo & Lena Fung (2003). The "Iceberg Profile" in exercising versus non-exercising university staff. 11th  European Congress of Sport Psychology (FEPSAC), 22-27 July, 2003, Copenhagen, Denmark - Poster

35.  Attila Szabo (2003). Information processing time decreases as exercise intensity increases but the (expected) affective benefits are absent. 11th  European Congress of Sport Psychology (FEPSAC), 22-27 July, 2003, Copenhagen, Denmark - Poster

36.  Attila Szabo & Teresa A. Davies (2003). Acute psychological effects of aerobic exercise performed at self-selected workloads in a field and a laboratory experiment. 11th  European Congress of Sport Psychology (FEPSAC), 22-27 July, 2003, Copenhagen, Denmark - Poster

37.  Eric C.K. Tsang, Attila Szabo & Annemarie Robinson (2003). A cross-cultural examination of motivational components of exercise adherence in sports and exercise. 11th  European Congress of Sport Psychology (FEPSAC), 22-27 July, 2003, Copenhagen, Denmark - Poster

  1. G. Andrássy, Attila Szabo, Z. Trummer, V. Gyozo, A. Tahy & A. Varro (2003) The application of mental stress to detect impaired myocardial repolarization reserve. European Society of Cardiology Congress 2003, 30 August-02 September, 2003, Vienna- Austria - POSTER. Citation: European Heart Journal, 24, (Abstract, Supplement), 283.
  2. G. Andrássy, A. Dunai, E. Simon, T. Nagy, Z Trummer, A. Tahy, A. Varo, & A. Szabo (2002). Immediate effect of cigarette smoking on the QT-interval in habitual smokers. Poster presented at the  European Society of Cardiology Congress 2002, Berlin, Germany - Poster
  3. Attila Szabo, C.K. Tsang, L.P.Y. Chow, J-A Lennard, & I. Soos (2002). The impact of attentional focus on endurance. Poster presented at the 11th World Congress of Psychophysiology, Montreal, Canada - Poster
  4. Attila Szabo & Louise Griffiths (2002). Evaluation of the motivational quality of music played during exercise at two fitness centres by using the Brunel Music Rating Inventory (BMRI). Poster presented at the 12th Commonwealth International Sport Conference, Manchester, United Kingdom - Poster
  5. Attila Szabo & Lorna J. Hoban (2002). Training to music in a national league volleyball team: Psychological responses, rated exertion and preference. Paper presented at the 6th International Scientific Congress: Modern Olympic Sports and Sport for All, Warsaw, Poland – Oral presentation
  6. Attila Szabo (2001). Exhaustive exercise, music, and negative emotions. Presented at the 6th Annual Congress of the European College of Sport Science, Cologne, Germany – Oral presentation
  7. Attila Szabo (2001). The dark side of sports and exercise: Research dilemmas. Paper presented at the 10th World Congress of Sport Psychology, Skiathos, Greece – Oral presentation
  8. Attila Szabo (2000). Men versus women in the sports media: Fair play? Paper  presented at the 6th European Fair Play Congress, Jerusalem, Israel – Book Chapter
  9. Attila Szabo, John Snowball, & Samantha Rawlings (2000). Comparison of the psychological effects of aerobic exercise and humour. Paper presented (by Dr. Mark Andersen) at the Sport Psychology Conference in the New Millennium, Halmstad, Sweden – Oral presentation
  10. István Soós, Attila Szabo, & Miklós Vas (2000). Kutatások a sportmotiváció és az egészségnevelés körébölEgy hazai vizsgálat elemzése a nemzetközi modellek tükrében. (Research in the area of motivation in sport and health education – The analysis of a national inquiry in light of international models. – in Hungarian) Paper presented at the 14th National Conference in Psychology, Budapest Hungary – Oral presentation
  11. Attila Szabo, Laura Worringham, & John Whetton (1999). Differences in exercise-induced affect between co-acting and interacting exercisers. Paper and Poster presented at the 10th Congress of the European Federation of Sport Psychology, Prague, Czech Republic - Poster
  12. Attila Szabo and Tamsin Mason (1999). Sexism in the British sports media: A heritage of the past? Paper presented at the 6th International Congress of the Society of History of Sports and Physical Activity, Budapest, Hungary – Oral presentation
  13. Attila Szabo and Simon Roach (1999). Heart rate profile of soccer fans during televised matches. Poster presented at the 1999 Annual Meeting of the Association for the Advancement of Applied sport Psychology, Banff, Canada - Poster
  14. Attila Szabo (1998). Breaking the ice: research on the Internet in Social Sciences. Paper presented at the Second International Conference “Crossroads in Cultural Studies”, Tampere, Finland – Oral presentation
  15. John Snowball and Attila Szabo (1998). Anxiety, affect and exercise: preliminary evidence lends support to the “Distraction Hypothesis”. Presented as free communication at the Annual Conference of the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences, Worcester, UK – Poster
  16. Attila Szabo and Neil A. A. Macfarlane (1997). Cross sectional research on the Internet: Opportunities for Psychology. Paper presented at the MEDNET97, The World Congress on the Internet in Medicine, Brighton, UK – Oral presentation
  17. Attila Szabo and Ernest Dagrou (1997). Sprinters report low anxiety and positive affect on their training days. Paper presented at the 9th European Congress of Sports Medicine, Porto, Portugal - Poster
  18. Attila Szabo, Robert Frenkl and Gábor Káli (1996). Posting scientific studies on the Usenet: Control dilemmas and ethical issues. Paper presented at the MEDNET96, European Congress of the Internet in Medicine, Brighton, UK – Oral presentation
  19. Attila Szabo, Peter Seraganian, Thomas G. Brown (1995). Heart rate reactivity to mental challenge: Segregating two possibly distinct processes. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 17, S117. Abs. Presented at the 1995 Annual Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, San Diego, California, USA - Poster
  20. Attila Szabo and François Péronnet (1994) Mild mental effort intensifies the autonomic response during light and moderate exercise. Presented at the 1994 Annual Meeting of the New England Chapter of the American College of Sport Medicine, Boxborough, Massachusetts, USA - Poster
  21. Sylvia M. Ruby, Attila Szabo, David R. Idler and Ying Peng So (1990). Relationships between the gonads, pituitary and thyroid in sexually maturing rainbow trout Oncorhynchus mykiss following exposure to sublethal cyanide. Bulletin of the Canadian Society of Zoologists, 21, (2), 85. Abs. Presented at the 1989 Annual Meeting of the Canadian Society of Zoologists, Victoria, BC, Canada - Poster
  22. Attila Szabo, Peter Seraganian, Francois Péronnet, Ghislain Boudreau, Lise Cote, Guy Brisson and Jacques de Champlain (1990). Reactivity to mental stress following physical exercise. Psychosomatic Medicine, 52, 230. Abs. Presented at the 1990 Annual Meeting of the American Psychosomatic Society, Boston, Massachusetts, USA - Poster
  23. Ghislain Boudreau, François Péronnet, Peter Seraganian, Attila Szabo, Lise Cote, Guy Brisson and Jacques de Champlain (1988). Effect of acute moderate exercise on blood pressure and sympathetic activity in normotensive subjects. Canadian Journal of Sports Sciences, 13, (3),P47-48. Abs. - Poster

 

 

 

 

Invited speeches / Előadások meghívásra

 

 

  1. International Congress “Active Nation & Healthy Society” International Congress held at University of Pécs, Hungary (April 4-5, 2007), Invited Keynote: Sport and Exercise Psychology on the WWW

 

  1. University of Nottingham, Medical School, Department of Sports Medicine (May 04, 2004). Invited Lecture: Exercise dependence

 

  1. University of Nottingham, Medical School, Department of Sports Medicine (January 20 2004). Invited Lecture: Dealing with stress and worry in sporting performance

 

  1. University of Sunderland, Department of Sport and Exercise Sciences (November 24, 2003). Invited Lecture: Understanding stress and anxiety in sport

 

  1. University of Nottingham, Medical School, Department of Sports Medicine (February 20 2003). Invited Lecture: Stress and worry in sporting performance

                       

  1. Nottingham Trent University, Division of Psychology (February 19, 2003). Invited Seminar: Exercise is good for you but so is humour

 

  1. University of Birmingham, Department of Sport and Exercise Sciences (November 29, 2002). Invited Seminar: The acute psychological effects of humour and exercise

 

  1. Nottingham Trent University, Department of Life Sciences (October 5, 2001). Readership Inaugural Lecture: I want to feel good tonight: Should I sweat or should I laugh?

 

  1. Loughborough University, Department of Physical Education and Sport Sciences (May 17, 2001). Invited Seminar: Acute effects of exercise on mood and anxiety: More evidence for the 'Distraction Hypothesis'

 

  1. Hong Kong Institute of Education, Tai Po, New Territories, Hong Kong, National seminar on physical activity and dance (March 13, 1999). Invited Keynote: Computer aided teaching: The learners’ perspective

 

  1. Fifth International Cardiovascular Seminar, Budapest, Hungary (November 12, 1999). Invited Keynote: Reducing the risk of coronary heart disease through physical activity: Prescription and adherence issues

 

 

 



[1] (Csak a >1 impakt faktoros (IF) folyóiratok vannak  kiemelve; a Sporttudományokban a szakfolyóiratok medián impakt faktora = 1.00 (Hopkins, 2006))