Research projects and scholarships

2020-23 Leader of the project title: The risk for psychological health problems and the need for psychological support initiatives in connection to the Covid-19 pandemic, AFA Insurance. Co-applicants: Aleksandra Bujacz, Anna Finnes, Rikard Wicksell

2020 Leader of the project title: Diary of a pandemic: Monitoring of work-related stress symptoms among healthcare workers through a mobile application, Swedish Research Council. Co-applicants: Aleksandra Bujacz, Anna Finnes

2019-22 Leader of the project titled It’s about time: Dynamic temporal effects of psychosocial work environment on chronic and acute stress symptoms. Research grant funded by FORTE the Swedish Research Council for Health, Working Life, and Welfare. Co-applicants: Petter Gustavsson and Ann Rudman.

2013-14  Research supervisor in the project titled: Does creativity make you happy? The influence of creative activity on hedonic and eudaimonic well-being. Responsible for directing research team of six early career psychologists in the project conducted as a part of the EFPSA Junior Researcher Programme.

2013-14   Cross-cultural research on psychological determinants of knowledge workers’ well-being. Scholarship within the Visby Programme for a period of 12 months at Stockholm University, granted by the Swedish Institute, supervisor: Associate Professor Claudia Bernhard-Oettel.

2012   Węclewicz Family Scholarship for a period of one semester at the University of Stockholm, Department of Psychology, supervisor: Professor Magnus Sverke.

2012 Leader of the project titled: Cross-cultural research on psychological and social determinants of older workers’ economic activity. Research grant funded by the Research Council of Norway, program Yggdrasil – young guest and doctoral researchers’ annual scholarship for investigation and learning in Norway, University of Tromsø, supervisor: Professor Joar Vitttersø.

2011 Leader of the project titled: Cultural adaptation of a psychometrical tool to diagnose hedonic and eudaimonic orientation. Internal research grant for young researchers at the Institute of Psychology, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań.

2011 Team member in the project titled: The adaptation of psychometric tools to diagnose the quality of the physical and social environment of children between the ages of 6 and 36 months old. Institute of Psychology, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. Supervisor: Professor Elżbieta Hornowska.

2007 Team member in the project titled: Psychologists’ cognitive preferences and assessment strategies. Institute of Psychology, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Supervisor: A. Słysz, Ph.D.