Dr Laszlo Horvath
Postdoctoral Research Associate
My work is on quantitative and experimental methods to answer questions about political psychology and gender relations. My PhD in Exeter explored stereotype threat and 'role model' effects on political engagement, using an eye-tracking experiment, two rounds of online survey experiments, and data from the British Election Study.
Since 2017, I am an Associate Lecturer at the Exeter Q-Step Centre, teaching statistics and data analysis tutorials on various levels. I am currently co-developing and co-teaching the Institute of Coding Summer School in collaboration with Computer Science and the Graduate School of Education.