Maigorzata ICIE Conference
Małgorzata Kossowska is a full professor, working at the Institute of Psychology at Jagiellonian University, Kraków (Poland). Her areas of interest include cognitive and motivational underpinnings of social and political beliefs, cognitive rigidity and its relationships with problem solving and decision making. She has published papers on psychological determinants on political beliefs, political conservatism and strategies of social problem solving, among others, in Political Psychology, Personality and Individual Differences, British Journal of Psychology, and European Journal of Social Psychology.
 
Selected Publications
  1. Kossowska, M. & Van Hiel, A. (2003). The relationship between need for closure and conservatism in Western and Eastern Europe. Political Psychology, 24, 501-518. (IF = 1.614; 49 cyt.)
  2. Duriez, B., Van Hiel, A., & Kossowska, M. (2005). Authoritarianism and social dominance in Western and Eastern Europe: The importance of the socio-political context and of political interest and involvement. Political Psychology, 62, 299-321. (IF = 1.614; 64 cyt.)
  3. Kossowska, M.
  4. Van Hiel, A. & Kossowska, M.
  5. Kossowska, M.
  6. Kossowska, M., Bukowski, M. i Van Hiel, A. (2008), The impact of submissive and dominant authoritarianism and negative emotions on prejudice. Personality & Individual Differences, 45, 744-749. (IF = 1.82; 5 cyt.)
  7. Cornelis, I., van Hiel, A. & Kossowska, M. (2009). Age differences in conservatism: Evidence on the mediating effects of personality and cognitive style. Journal of Personality, 77, 51-88. (IF = 3.0; 4 cyt.)
  8. Kossowska, M., Trejtowicz, M., de Lemus, S., Bukowski, M., Van Hiel, A. & Goodwin, R. (2011). Relationships between right-wing authoritarianism, terrorism threat and attitudes towards restrictions of civil rights: A comparison among four European countries. British Journal of Psychology, 102, 245-259. (IF = 2.172)
  9. Golec de Zavala, A., Kossowska, M. (2011), The role of ideological orientations in terrorist perception. European Journal of Social Psychology, 41, 538-549. (IF = 1.582)
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