A blog post by Todd Kashdan about our brand new lab study (with Dariusz Drążkowski as the Principal Investigator) on gratitude and monetary decisions during a social interaction (click to read) has been promoted to Essential Topics by Psychology Today.
The 12th conference organized by European Network of Young Specialist in Sport Psychology took place in Warsaw, Poland (21-22.10.2016). Maciej Behnke received the 2nd prize for The Best Workshop Award for "Kinesiotrapping – Attentional focus through mindfulness movement based on AMBER method", and the 2nd prize for The Best Poster Award for "The Sport Mental Skills Training Questionnaire: development and validation." Congratulations!
Maciej Behnke (PP&H Lab) has earned a grant for young researchers awarded by Institut of Psychology (Adam Mickiewicz University) for a project entitled "Psychophysiological model of challenge and threat for e-sports". This innovative research will be the first to provide a comprehensive evaluation of affective, motivational, and multilevel physiological and motoric resonses during Counter-Strike gameplay.
Dariusz Drążkowski from PP&H Lab has earned his PhD title. This is the first PhD thesis based on research conducted in Psychophysiology and Health Lab. His supervisor was prof. Michal Stasiakiewicz (UAM). Congratulations!
Michał's scholarly achievements have been acknowledged by the commune of Opatówek where he originated from. Congratulations!
On October 2, 2015 we were visited by James Heathers, psychophysiologist from The University of Sydney, expert in biosignals analysis. The meeting concerned the advanced signal analysis, in particular the interpretation of sighs phenomena ;).
Łukasz Kaczmarek and Dariusz Drążkowski form our Laboratory earned the 1st prize in „POZYTYW 2014” competition for the best paper in the field of positive psychology in 2014, organized by Polish Positive Psychology Society
Kaczmarek, Ł., Drążkowski, D. (2014). Pozytywne interwencje a teoria zachowania planowanego – wyjaśnianie i kształtowanie intencji związanych z poprawą własnego dobrostanu. Przegląd Psychologiczny, 4(57), 465-479.
The prize was awarded "for clarity and elegance of theoretical reasoning and for an explanation of the importance of scientific knowledge for the planning of positive intervention."
The Competition Jury consisted of Prof. dr hab. Anna Brzezińska, Prof. dr hab. Helena Sęk, Prof. dr hab. Ewa Trzebińska and Prof. dr hab. Bogdan Wojciszke.