I am a social psychologist working as an Associate Professor at Sopot Social Cognition Lab in SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities in Sopot, Poland. I’ve worked also as a Postdoc at Psycholinguistique & Psychologie Sociale Appliquée team at the University of Fribourg (thanks to SCIEX.ch funding).
In my studies, I want to find out how and why we integrate diagnostic information from various sensorimotor cues into available judgments, attitudes, beliefs, decisions, and behaviors. I try to find out the plausible social cognition mechanism for processing and integrating available modal sources of information. The starting point of these research is the assumption that, in some situations, certain kinds of incidental & modal cues may automatically increase the accessibility of thought content/the processes they typically co-occur with. My experimental work centers around how people make use of those seemingly irrelevant pieces of information (from various modalities). My research tackles hypotheses that these cues influence both judgments about others as well as one’s own actions.
Other topics of my interests include person perception (agency vs. communion), psycholinguistics (use of diminution) and moral psychology (judgments of fairness).
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