PhD defence of Marta Maj

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We are happy to announce that Marta Maj from our lab has recently defended her doctoral thesis entitled ‘Facing Hypocrisy: Cognitive Dissonance and Strategies of its Reduction Regarding Value Importance’. The thesis was written under the supervision of Małgorzata Kossowska, … Continued

Baza polskich badań o Covid-19 / Polish research on Covid-19 – database

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Zapraszamy do zapoznania się z polskimi badaniami dotyczącymi psychologicznych i społecznych aspektów pandemii COVID-19. Poniżej publikujemy informacje na temat bazy autorstwa Estery Jańczak, Karoliny Nowak oraz Małgorzaty Kossowskiej z naszego Zakładu. Zamieszczamy też link do samej bazy: Zachęcamy do skorzystania! … Continued

Solidarity with the Ukrainian people | Job offer / Солідарність з українським народом | Пропозиція працевлаштування

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In the name of academic freedom and in solidarity with the Ukrainian people, the Centre of Social Cognitive Studies in the Institute of Psychology, Jagiellonian University in Krakow, is offering to host 1 post-doc position for a social psychologist from Ukrainian … Continued

Knowledge Resistance in High-Choice Information Environments

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A new book with the chapters co-authored by the researchers from our Lab is out! ‘Knowledge Resistance in High-Choice Information Environments’ has been published by Routledge.   Throughout the chapters, knowledge resistance is analyzed in an interdisciplinary manner, at the … Continued

Małgorzata Kossowska awarded with a CHANSE grant!

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Małgorzata Kossowska was awarded with a CHANSE grant in a call “Transformations: Social and Cultural Dynamics in the Digital Age”. Project title: “Moving From Networked To Patchworked Society: Motivational Unperpinnings and Societal Consequences” The main goal of the project is … Continued

A new paper in Psychological Science!

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A new paper in Psychological Science by Ewa Szumowska, Natalia Wójcik, Paulina Szwed, & Arie W. Kruglanski! People typically prefer feedback consistent with what they think of themselves and reject feedback inconsistent with their self-views (e.g., they disregard compliments they … Continued