Hostile and energetic: Anger is predicted by low agreeableness and high energetic arousal A hypothesis that anger is related to high energetic arousal (EA), but only at a low level of agreeableness was tested. In the first two studies, the association between trait anger, agreeableness, and EA was explored. In the next two studies, the […]
We invite you to explore our talks and posters. Here you can find abstracts of our latest conference papers. 3rd International Conference on Time Perspective, Copenhagen, Danemark August 2016 Maciantowicz, O., Witowska, J., Zajenkowski, M. Time to work: Pacing Styles, Time Perspectives and Personality Traits (poster) In the present study, we examined the association between time […]
Zajenkowski, M., Stolarski, M., Maciantowicz, O.,, Malesza, M., Witowska, J. (2016). Time to be smart: Uncovering a complex interplay between intelligence and time perspectives. Intelligence, 58 , 1-9. In the present studies we examine complex relationships between time perspective (the characteristic way in which an individual partitions the flow of personal experiences into time-bound categories; […]
Zajenkowski, M., Stolarski, M. (2015). Is conscientiousness positively or negatively related to intelligence? Insights from the national level. Learning and Individual Differences, 43, 199–203. Although conceptually conscientiousness should be positively associated with intelligence, existing empirical data do not support this hypothesis. Several recent investigations reported a negative association of the two variables. In the […]
Zajenkowski, M., Witowska, J., Maciantowicz, O., Malesza, M. (in press). Vulnerable past, grandiose present: The relationship between vulnerable and grandiose narcissism, time perspective and personality. Personality and Individual Differences. Our recent research is focused around differentiating two known dimensions of narcissism. We investigated relationship between grandiose and vulnerable narcissism and Time Perspective. Research findings has shown that people […]
Our new article accepted in Personality and Individual Differences! Łowicki, P., Zajenkowski, M. (in press). No empathy for people nor for God: The relationship between the Dark Triad, religiosity and empathy. Personality and Individual Differences, In our new study we have investigated the relationship between antisocial personality traits – the Dark Triad – and religious beliefs. We found that […]
Vulnerable Past, Grandiose Present
Our recent research is focused around differentiating two known dimensions of narcissism. We investigated relationship between grandiose and vulnerable narcissism and Time Perspective. Research findings has shown that people with high score on grandiose narcissism scale tend to care about hedonistic activities in present, and that individuals scoring high on vulnerable narcissism scale have a tendency to negatively view […]
Our newest research: Vulnerable Past, Grandiose Present Vulnerable Past, Grandiose Present Our new article: What makes narcissts unhappy? New publication in Intelligence Are smart nations happier?
Intelligence Cognition Emotion Lab presents: We invite you to participate in our most recent study! Take part in our research on-line (polish version) We see our study as a nice opportunity to reflect on your Self and also a wonderful chance to participate in the development of our science!
Our new article
New article published in Personality and Individual Differences!
Stolarski, M., Jasielska, D., Zajenkowski, M. (in press). Are all smart nations happier? Country aggregate IQ predicts happiness, but the relationship is moderated by individualism–collectivism. Intelligence. We examined the moderating role of individualism–collectivism in the relationship between intelligence and life satisfaction, as measured at the country level. Intelligence was a robust positive predictor of national life […]