Research projects and scholarships

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.

2012Leader 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.

2011Leader 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.

2011Team 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. grant 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, grant supervisor: A. Słysz, Ph.D.