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Marianne Nikolov
name Marianne Nikolov
name of institution
doctoral school
ELTE Doctoral School of Education (Academic staff member)
PTE Doctoral School in Linguistics (Core member emeritus)
SzTE Doctoral School of Education (Supervisor)
the share of work in the different doctoral schools. ELTE Doctoral School of Education 1%
PTE Doctoral School in Linguistics 80%
SzTE Doctoral School of Education 19%
accreditation statement submitted to: University of Pécs
Contact details
E-mail address nikolov.mariannepte.hu
phone number +36 72 314-714
own web page
Academic title
scientific degree, title Ph.D.
year degree was obtained 1995
discipline to which degree belongs educational sciences
institution granting the degree HAS
scientific degree, title DSc
year degree was obtained 2005
discipline to which degree belongs educational sciences
institution granting the degree HAS
Employment
1979 - University of Pécs
professor emerita
Thesis topic supervisor
number of doctoral students supervised until now 24
number of students who fulfilled course requirements 21
students who obtained their degrees:
Adrienn Fekete PhD 2019  DSNDI-PTE
Ágnes Hódi PhD 2018  DSE–US
Thomas Williams PhD 2017  DSNDI-PTE
Zsófia Turányi PhD 2017  DSNDI-PTE
István Thékes PhD 2016  DSE–US
Zsófia Menyhei PhD 2016  DSNDI-PTE
(50%) Gabriella Hild PhD 2015  DSNDI-PTE
(50%) Enikő Öveges PhD 2014  DSNDI-PTE
Judit Dombi PhD 2013  DSNDI-PTE
Ágnes Sebestyénné Kereszthidi PhD 2012  DSNDI-PTE
Judit Heitzmann PhD 2009  D E
Sztefka Barócsiné Kirilova PhD 2009  D E
Katalin Bukta PhD 2008  DSNDI-PTE
Melinda Edwards PhD 2008  D E
Mónika Fodor PhD 2008  DSNDI-PTE
Péter Ákos Szabó PhD 2008  D E
Réka Lugossy PhD 2008  DSNDI-PTE
Ágnes Loch PhD 2006  D E
Zoltán Kiszely PhD 2005  DSNDI-PTE
Csilla Kiss PhD 2004  DSNDI-PTE
Gábor Szabó PhD 2001  DSNDI-PTE
István Ottó PhD 2001  D E

students with degree granting in process:
(50%) Eszter Bernadett Bakó PhD (2020/08)  DSNDI-PTE
completed course requirement, without degree or degree granting in process:
(50%) Annamária Marthy (PhD) 2018/08  DSNDI-PTE
Gabriella Lőcsey (PhD) 2018/01  DSNDI-PTE
(50%) Ildikó Lukácsi-Berkovics (PhD) 2016/08  DSNDI-PTE
Ildikó Patho (PhD) 2012/01  DSNDI-PTE
Mariann Tünde Barabás (PhD) 2017/08  DSNDI-PTE
Marianna Machata (PhD) 2011/08  DSNDI-PTE
present PhD students:
(50%) Listiani Listiani (PhD) (2024/08)  DSE–US
Merih Welay Welesilassie (PhD) (2024/08)  DSE–US
(50%) Sabah Salem Arafa Al-Akbari (PhD) (2024/08)  DSE–US
(50%) Wai Mar Phyo (PhD) (2024/08)  DSE–US
Nang Kham Thi (PhD) (2023/08)  DSE–US
Vjosa Hashani (PhD) (2023/08)  DSE–US
(50%) Zsófia Tószegi (PhD) (2021/08)  DSNDI-PTE
Sándor Zoltán Hetesi (PhD) (2021/01)  DSNDI-PTE
  Thesis topic proposals
Research
research area Applied linguistics, language pedagogy, learning and teaching modern foreign languages, testing and assessment, classroom research, individual differences, age and language learning, language policy
research field in which current research is conducted linguistics
educational sciences
Publications
2018

Marianne Nikolov, Benő Csapó: The relationships between 8th graders’ L1 and L2 readings skills, inductive reasoning and socio-economic status in early English and German as a foreign language programs, SYSTEM 73: (01) pp. 48-57.
type of document: Journal paper/Article
number of independent citations: 2
language: English
URL 
2017

Nikolov Marianne: Students' and teachers' feedback on diagnostic tests for young EFL learner, In: María, del Pilar García Mayo (szerk.) Learning Foreign Languages in Primary School, Multilingual Matters Ltd. (2017) pp. 249-266.
type of document: Part of book/Szaktanulmány (to be translated)
number of independent citations: 3
language: English
2016

Nikolov Marianne: Trends, issues, and challenges in assessing young language learners, In: Nikolov, Marianne (szerk.) Assessing Young Learners of English, Springer International Publishing (2016) pp. 1-17.
type of document: Part of book/Szaktanulmány (to be translated)
number of independent citations: 8
language: English
URL 
2016

Nikolov Marianne: A framework for young EFL learners’ diagnostic assessment, In: Nikolov, Marianne (szerk.) Assessing Young Learners of English, Springer International Publishing (2016) pp. 65-92.
type of document: Part of book/Szaktanulmány (to be translated)
number of independent citations: 11
language: English
URL 
2015

Nikolov Marianne, Szabó Gábor: A study on Hungarian 6th and 8th graders’ proficiency in English and German at dual-language schools, In: Szerk.: Holló Dorottya, Szerk.: Károly Krisztina Inspirations in foreign language teaching: studies in language pedagogy and applied linguistics. In honour of Péter Medgyes. Boston; London: Pearson Education Limited, 2015. pp. 184-206.
type of document: Part of book/Szaktanulmány (to be translated)
language: English
2011

Nikolov Marianne, Mihaljevic Djugonovic: All shades of every color, ANNUAL REVIEW OF APPLIED LINGUISTICS 31: pp. 95-119.
type of document: Journal paper/Review paper
number of independent citations: 72
language: English
URL 
2009

Csapó B, Nikolov M: The cognitive contribution to the development of proficiency in a foreign language, LEARNING AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES 19: (2) pp. 209-218.
type of document: Journal paper/Article
number of independent citations: 19
language: English
DOI 
2006

Nikolov M, Mihaljevic-Djigunovic J: Recent research on age, second language acquisition, and early foreign language learning, ANNUAL REVIEW OF APPLIED LINGUISTICS 26: pp. 234-260.
type of document: Journal paper/Article
number of independent citations: 165
language: English
URL 
2001

Nikolov M: A study of unsuccessful language learners, In: Dörnyei, Z; Schmidt, R (szerk.) Motivation and second language acquisition, Second Language Teaching and Curriculum Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa (2001) pp. 149-170.
type of document: Part of book/Szaktanulmány (to be translated)
number of independent citations: 72
language: English
1999

Nikolov M: „Why do you learn English?” “Because the teacher is short.” A study of Hungarian children’s foreign language learning motivation, LANGUAGE TEACHING RESEARCH 3: (1) pp. 33-56.
type of document: Journal paper/Article
number of independent citations: 198
language: English
URL 
Number of independent citations to these publications:550 
Scientometric data
list of publications and citations
number of scientific publications that meet accreditation criteria:
257
number of scientific publications:
171
monographs and professional books:
9
monographs/books in which chapters/sections were contributed:
44 
scientific publications published abroad that meet the accreditation criteria:
65
publications not in Hungarian, published in Hungary, meeting the accreditation criteria:
53
number of independent citations to scientific publications and creative works:
1669
further relevant information regarding accreditation (in Hungarian)
2017 szeptember 1-től Professzor Emerita vagyok.

 
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