Research groups
Psychosis Research Group
Tamás Tényi (professor) E-mail:
Tel.: +36 (72) 536-000 (ext: 37663)
Research interest

They deal with generational psychoses, the neurobiological background of schizophrenia, the psychiatric applicability of functional MR examinations, biological marker research, and clinical psychopathology. They research the appearance of minor physical anomalies in neurodevelopmental disorders, differences in social cognition in psychoses and personality disorders.

Clinical relevance

Schizophrenia, Bipolar disorders, Personality disorders

Scan (Social cognitive test)
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
Méhes scale
Representative publications
Implicit mentalizing in patients with schizophrenia : a systematic review and meta-analysis Csulak T., Hajnal A., S., Kiss Sz., Dembrovszky F., Varjú-Solymár M., Sipos Z.,Kovács M. Á., Herold M., Varga E., Hegyi P., Tényi T., Herold R.
Frontiers in Psychology ()
Persons with schizophrenia misread Hemingway : a new approach to study theory of mind in schizophrenia Fekete J., Pótó Zs., Varga E., Csulak T., Zsélyi O., Tényi T., Herold R.
Frontiers in Psychiatry (Vol 11, Article 396)
Increased prevalence of minor physical anomalies in patients with epilepsy Tényi D., Tényi T., Csábi Gy., Jeges S., Bóné B., Lőrincz K., Kovács N., Janszky J.
Scientific Reports (12, 13707)
Anti-neuronal autoantibodeis (cell surface and onconeural) and their association with natural autoantibodies in synthetic cannabinoid-induced psychosis Hau L., Tényi T., László N., Kovács M.Á., Bonyár-Erdő Sz., Csizmadia Zs., Berki T., Simon D., Csábi Gy.
/:. Frontiers in Psychiatry (Vol 13, Article 850955)

National Excellence Programme (2022-2026)

National Translational Neuroscience Laboratory (2022-2026)