Is it possible to decrease stereotyping tendency among older adults? New paper by Gabriela Czarnek, Małgorzata Kossowska, and Michael Richter aims at investigating this problem. Authors of the paper showed that stereotyping tendency of older people might be mitigated under … Continued
We are happy to inform you that an overview of the event ‘Rethinking Refugees – Knowledge and Action’ co-organised by our colleague Sindhuja Sankaran was lately published on https://www.easp.eu website. To learn more about this wonderful initiative please go to https://www.easp.eu/news/itm/-787.html. Highly … Continued
Who is a refugee/migrant/an asylum seeker? What journey did they endure? Why do we fear them? What are the current challenges of this situation? How can we help victims of war and persecution? How can we enable integration and come … Continued
This month Rex Wright, Professor of Psychology at the University of North Texas, is visiting our Centre. During his stay prof. Wright is conducting several workshops: on The Nature of Love (11-12.10), Motives to Help and Harm (15-16.10) and Fatigue and … Continued
We are happy to inform you that Gabriela Czarnek and Piotr Dragon from our Lab won 2018 Solomon Asch Award for the best paper by young researchers published in Social Psychological Bulletin (Psychologia Społeczna). More to be found at: https://spb.psychopen.eu/about#SolomonAschAward Congratulations!
How religious fundamentalism works on the level of basic, neural reactions? – researchers from our Centre together with collaborators shed some light on this complex problem. In the EEG study they found that among people intolerant to uncertainty (those with … Continued
Two special guests visited our Centre this month. First, we had a chance to take part in a workshop on pre-registration and registered reports conducted by Kai Jonas (University of Maastricht), founding editor of Comprehensive Results in Social Psychology – … Continued