David Lacko earned his doctoral degree in general psychology from Masaryk University (Department of Psychology, Faculty of Arts). He is a member of the Brno Lab of Intergroup Processes (Institute of Psychology, Czech Academy of Sciences) and the Interdisciplinary Research Team on Internet and Society (Faculty of Social Studies, Masaryk University). His long-term research interests include cross-cultural research, methodology of science, and statistics. Currently, he is also examining the effects of video games and video streaming on well-being and exploring the implementation of reaction time joint modeling into social psychology.



Research interest

Cross-cultural research
Analytic and holistic cognitive style
Individualism and collectivism
Intergroup contact
Videogames and videostreaming
Psychometrics and advanced statistics
Measurement and modeling of reaction times
Intensive longitudinal data analysis