Hungarian researchers have always played a significant role in the history of psychology. In this article, we collected some of the most outstanding professionals who gained international acknowledgement with their work and left their trademark in the field of psychology.
Flow experience has become a key factor in the study of happiness and creativity; as a result of which, Csíkszentmihályi is also described as the world’s leading researcher in positive psychology.
The essence of his approach is that instead of using observation and methods, the therapist must engage in a real, spontaneous and honest relationship with the patient.
He emphasised the libertarian principle called “self-ownership”, according to which everyone has the right to own and create their own body and spirit without initiating violence against it.
He was one of the pioneers of those who explored the multifaceted role of emotions in thinking, judgement, memory, emotional intelligence, neuropsychology, and interpersonal behaviour.
The Hungarian-Canadian academic and professor, Frank Füredi, has become famous for his work on the sociology of fear, paranoid parenting, therapy culture and sociology of knowledge.
Source: noklapja.hu; wikipedia.hu