We are interested in the field of social cognition. Our research is primarily focused on the cognitive, motivational and emotional mechanisms of various social phenomena, like social influence, persuasion, self and emotional regulation, social perception and evaluation, and also stereotyping and prejudice.
We highly recommend a new paper by Gabriela Czarnek and Małgorzata Kossowska from our Centre. In the article, our colleagues analyzed the effects of needs for security and certainty (NSC) on economic beliefs... READ MORE
We are happy to share a new paper entitled “On the psychology of extremism: How motivational imbalance breeds intemperance” in which the authors present a psychological model of extremism based on the concept... READ MORE