Another paper of our Centre in “Frontiers in Psychology”!

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Małgorzata Kossowska, Paulina Szwed, Aneta Czernatowicz-Kukuczka, Maciek Sekerdej and Miroslaw Wyczesany ran a psychophysiological study on threat relieving strategies in religious context. Groups that hold a certain worldview often react with prejudice toward groups of opposit views. Following this reasoning, … Continued

Ewa Szumowska and Małgorzata Kossowska in Personality and Individual Differences

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Ewa Szumowska and Małgorzata Kossowska published a paper titled Need for cognitive closure and attention allocation during multitasking: Evidence from eye-tracking studies in Personality and Individual Differences. In a series of two eye-tracking studies they found that high NFC participants in order to … Continued

‘Personality and Individual Differences’ with Sindhuja Sankaran and the team!

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A new paper in “Personality and Individual Differences”! Sindhuja Sankaran and colleagues published paper on the role of need for closure (NFC) and situational appraisals in creative performance. They showed that high NFC individuals would show reduced creativity due to … Continued

Ewa Szumowska and Małgorzata Kossowska in ‘Personality and Individual Differences’

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Ewa Szumowska and Małgorzata Kossowska wrote second paper on the relationship between motivation and multitasking performance. They again showed that higher level of the Need for​ Cognitive​ ​Closure​ (NFC)​ is not a ‘bad’ thing. In contrast, they demonstrated that high … Continued

‘Coping with Lack of Control in a Social World’ new book edited by Marcin Bukowski and collaborants

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We are happy to share that Marcin Bukowski from our Centre in cooperation with Immo Fritsche (University of Leipzig), Ana Guinote (University College London) and Mirosław Kofta (University of Warsaw) edited a book in the ‘Current Issues in Social Psychology’ … Continued

Małgorzata Kossowska and team in ‘Motivation and Emotion’

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Not​ always higher level in Need for​ Cognitive​ ​Closure​ (NFC)​ ​is related to boost in prejudice or stereotyping. Małgorzata Kossowska, Marcin Bukowski​, and Piotr Dragon from our ​group together with Ana Guinote ​(University College London) ​and Arie Kruglanski​ (University of … Continued

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