About employee
Ivana Hanzec Marković, dr. sc.
Public phone number:245-7655
Internal phone number:7655
E-mail: E-mail
Odsjek : Department of Psychology
Graduation year:2009
PhD graduation year:2016
Department since:2009

Biography

She was born in 1985 in Zagreb. She graduated from the Centre for Croatian Studies, the University of Zagreb with majors in psychology in 2009. She has been employed as a research assistant at the Centre for Croatian Studies since 2010. She enrolled into the Postgraduate doctoral study of psychology at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, the University of Zagreb in 2010, and got her PhD in 2016 (thesis title: Determinants of childrens' early social and academic school adjustment). Since 2017 employed as a postdoctioral research assistant at the Faculty of Croatian Studies. Appointed to scientific grade of research associated in 2018. She has presented at professional and scientific conferences in Croatia and abroad and published several scientific papers.

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List of select publications
  1. Balaž, B., Hanzec Marković, I., Brajša-Žganec, A. (in review). The exploration of the relationship between positive achievement emotions and academic success: Testing the assumptions of the control-value theory of achievement emotions. The Educational and Developmental Psychologist.
  2. Hanzec Marković, I., Kuterovac Jagodić, G. (in press). Transition to elementary school in Croatia: Examining the determinants of children's early school adjustment. In S. Tatalović Vorkapić & J. LoCasale-Crouch (Eds.), Supporting children's well-being during early childhood transition to school (in press). IGI-Global, Hershey, Pennsylvania, USA.
  3. Hanzec Marković, I. (2019). Rana školska prilagodba kao pokazatelj dječje dobrobiti: prediktivna važnost individualnih karakteristika djeteta [Early school adjustment as a child wellbeing indicator: Predictive validity of individual child characteristics]. Radovi Zavoda za znanstveni rad Varaždin, (30), 453-477.
  4. Hanzec Marković, I., Vujnović Malivuk, K. i Wertag, A. (2019). Early family experiences, narcissistic traits and adjustment in emerging adulthood. Psihološka istraživanja, 22(1), 33-45.
  5. Brajša-Žganec, A., Kaliterna-Lipovčan, Lj., Hanzec, I. (2018). The relationship between social support and subjective well-being across the lifespan. Društvena istraživanja, 27(1), 47-45.
  6. Hanzec, I., Wertag, A., Malivuk, K. V. (2017). Early family experiences and wellbeing in emerging adulthood: Investigating the role of sensory processing sensitivity and adult attachment. In I. Burić (Ed.), Book of Selected Proceedings of 20th Psychology Days in Zadar (pp 51-58). Zadar: University of Zadar.
  7. Wertag, A., Hanzec, I. (2016). Factor structure and psychometric properties of the Croatian short version of the Empathy quotient. Suvremena psihologija, 19(1), 101-110.
  8. Brajša-Žganec, A, Hanzec, I. (2015). Obiteljski odnosi i psihosocijalna prilagodba djece u cjelovitim i jednoroditeljskim obiteljima [Family relationships and psychosocial adjustment of children in intact and single-parent families]. Klinička psihologija, 8(2), 139-150.
  9. Brajša-Žganec, A., Hanzec, I. (2015). Self-regulation, emotion understanding and aggressive behaviour in preschool boys. Croatian Journal of Education/Hrvatski časopis za odgoj i obrazovanje, 17(Sp.Ed.1), 13-24.
  10. Štambuk, M., Maričić, A., Hanzec, I. (2015). Cheating is unacceptable, but... Teachers’ reactions and perception of students’ cheating at schools and universities. Croatian Journal of Education/ Hrvatski časopis za odgoj i obrazovanje, 17(Sp.Ed.4), 259-288.
  11. Brajša-Žganec, A., Hanzec, I. (2014). Social development of preschool children in Croatia: Contributions of child temperament, maternal life satisfaction and rearing practices. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 23, 105-117. 
  12. Brajša-Žganec, A., Hanzec, I. (2012). Socijalno-emocionalni razvoj u ranom djetinjstvu: pozitivni i negativni odgojni postupci i postupanje s dječjim negativnim emocijama roditelja djece predškolske dobi [Social-emotional development in early childhood: Positive and negative child-rearing practices and parental coaching of their preschool children’s emotions]. In I. Pehlić, E. Vejo & A. Hasanagić (Eds.), Suvremeni tokovi u ranom odgoju: Znanstvena monografija (pp 513-528). Zenica: Islamski pedagoški fakultet Univerziteta u Zenici.
  13. Brajša-Žganec, A., Hanzec, I., Pahić, T. (2010). Socijale vještine djece predškolske dobi: spolne i dobne razlike [Social skills in preschool children: Gender and age differences]. In A. Jurčević Lozančić (Ed.), ECNSI-2010.; Collected papers of special focus symposium 11th Days of Mate Demarin - Expectations, achievements and prospects in theory and practice of early and primary education (pp 79-90). Zagreb: Učiteljski fakultet Sveučilišta u Zagrebu.
Professional memberships

Member of the Croatian Psychological Chamber, Croatian Association for Behavioral-Cognitive Therapies and European Network for Social and Emotional Competence.

Research interests: developmental psychology and psychology of education.

List of select projects

Child Well-being in Family Context (funded by Croatian Scientific Foundation, 2020-2024; PI A. Brajša-Žganec) - a member of a research tea

Well-Being of Different Family Generations in Contemmporary Work Designs (funded by UniZg, 2018, PI J. Despot Lučanin) - a member of a research team

Relationship between Sleep Quality, Functioning and Quality of Life in older Persons (funded by UniZg, 2015, PI J. Despot Lučanin) - a member of a research team

Determinants of Early Children’s School Adjustment (funded by UniZg, 2014, PI G. Kuterovac Jagodić) - a member of a research team

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