Her research interests are in the development of language and literacy skills in preschool and primary school age including disorders of literacy development. She is especially interested in relationship of phonological and orthographic processes in literacy acquisition and the ways to use research results for the purpose of creating assessment and intervention tools for psychology counselling practice. Her interests are also in methods and tools to study literacy in cross-linguistic perspective. Most of her research projects result from the international collaboration with other colleagues, especially Bangor University (UK), Paneurópska vysoká škola (SLO), Université Paris-Est Créteil Val de Marne (FR), University of Galway (IRL).
She teaches several courses in Psychology, esp. in the area of Developmental psychology, Psychology of language and literacy acquisition, Social psychology and Methodology in psychological research. She is supervising bachelor, master and PhD. theses on literacy and language development and issues related to literacy development.
Development of Language and Literacy Skills in Preschool and Primary School Age
Relationship of Phonological and Orthographic Processes in Literacy Acquisition
Methods and Tools to Study Literacy in Cross-Linguistic Perspective