Zsófia Csajbók graduated from Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary as a Behavioural Analyst (Bachelor’s degree) and a Clinical and Health Psychologist (Master’s degree). She is currently attending the Theoretical and Evolutionary Biology Ph.D. programme at Charles University in Prague.
Her dissertation topic is the comparison of the Additive and Threshold models of mating. She is interested in conducting both qualitative and quantitative research on mate choice, strategies and preferences as well as extracting the essential positive and negative factors influencing mating using exploratory and confirmatory factor analyses. She is working on the application of complex analytical models to better understand homogamy and mating value.
In her free time, she likes to explore new languages, cultures and cuisines as she very much likes totravel. She is also devoted to doing pilates and to playing musical instruments such as piano and ukulele.