Erasmus – pracownicy Instytutu w programie Erasmusa

Erasmus - wykładowcy Instytutu

Erasmus - wykładowcy Instytutu

Mgr E.Kiełek-Rataj – Università degli Studi G.D’Annunzio, Chieti Pescara (2015, May)

  • Psychological support to people after the loss of a child, a miscarriage – crisis intervention

Dr P. Zdybek – Università degli Studi G.D’Annunzio, Chieti Pescara (2015, May)

  • Qualitative/quantitative methods of analyzing research data from structured interview in a field of attractiveness
  • 3D modeling paradigm, where participants are creating / modifying their ideal of beauty
  • Eye tracking research of attractiveness perception
  • The effect of temporal orientation and the satisfaction with addicted patient’s life?

Dr R. Walczak – Department of Psychology, Univerzita Palackého, Olomouc, Czech Republic (2015, September)

  • IOP – Industry & Organizational Psychology

Dr A. Bronowicka – Department of Psychology, Univerzita Palackého, Olomouc, Czech Republic (2012, September)

  • Macropsychology – Polish systemic transformation from psychological perspective
  • Protestant work ethic – “the spirit of capitalism”

Dr J. Pietraszko – Department of Psychology, Univerzita Palackého, Olomouc, Czech Republic (2012, September)

  • Emotions and self-regulation as the basis of self-destructive behavior

Dr K. Skałacka – Instituto Superior de Psicologia Aplicada, ISPA University, Lisboa, Portugal (2012, April)

  • Well-being in a macro-social context (community well-being)
  • Relationship between well-being and mental health

Dr M. Szarzyńska – Department of Psychology, Univerzita Palackého, Olomouc, Czech Republic (2011, December)

  • Gender Role and Gender Equality issues in the Nations of the European Union.

Dr A. Dominiak – Lessius University, Department of Applied Psychology, Antwerp, Belgium (October, 2011)

  • Mindfulness – the manner of coping with stress, pain and difficulty emotion
  • Psychological time

Dr M. Szarzyńska – Facoltà di Psicologia, Università degli Studi di Firenze, Florence, Italy (2011, September)

  • Youth Aging Out of State Care: Research and Intervention Options in Europe and the US. Invited workshop.

Dr M. Szarzyńska – Instituto Superior de Psicologia Aplicada, ISPA University, Lisbon, Portugal (2010, May)

  • Understanding Gender Role Strain in Poland, Portugal, and Other Nations.
  • Work-family conflict and psychological outcomes: Relationships with biological sex, psychological gender, and sex-role stereotypes.
  • History of Community Psychology in Poland.
  • Youth aging out of foster care. An international issue.

Prof. P.A. Toro – Lessius University, Department of Applied Psychology, Antwerp, Belgium – (May, 2009)

  • Youth aging out of foster care in developed nations
  • Defining community psychology

Prof. M. Pokorski – Chieti University, Włochy – (July, 2009)

  • Neurodegenerative brain conditions
  • Somatoform disorders
  • Memory and cognitive impairment – Current Status of Knowledge

Dr A. Głębocka – University of Flensburg, Niemcy – (June, 2009)

  • Body image and eating disorders

Dr A. Bokszczanin – Università di Napoli Federico II, Włochy – (April, 2009)

  • Examining the Effects of Natural Disasters on Children and Adolescents: from Action to Research
  • Coping with stress by adolescents after a natural disaster: The role of social support
  • Posttraumatic growth in psychological literature and research

Dr A. Bronowicka – Università di Napoli Federico II, Włochy – (April, 2009)

  • Macropsychology – Polish systemic transformation from psychological perspective
  • Political alienation among Poles. The alienation of the youth and its consequences for the voting behaviors in the context of the local election
  • Fear of unemployment among Polish students as a predictor of authoritarianism and alienation

Dr M. Szarzyńska – Lessius University, Department of Applied Psychology, Antwerp, Belgium (May, 2009)

  • Children leaving orphanages and other state care in Poland