Time to believe: Disentangling the complex associations between time perspective and religiosity Previous research has demonstrated the essential role of time perspective (TP) for numerous vital outcomes, such as health, social behaviors, and well-being. Surprisingly, though, to date the association between TP and religiosity has not been systematically investigated. In the present paper, in a […]
We invite you to explore our talks and posters. Here you can find abstracts of our latest conference papers Between Narcissism and Entitlement: Self-enhancement in a cross-cultural perspective, Warsaw, Poland April, 2018 Zajenkowski, M. (2018). Why do angry people overestimate their intelligence? Evidence for the differential roles of narcissism and neuroticism. International conference – Between Narcissism […]
Is narcissistic anger fueled by neuroticism? the relationship between grandiose and vulnerable narcissism, neuroticism, and trait anger The aim of the present investigation was deeper understanding of the distinction between two types of narcissism (grandiose and vulnerable) in their relation to dispositional anger. Prior research indicated that vulnerable narcissism is associated with higher level […]
How is perception of time associated with cognitive functioning? The relationship between time perspective and executive control In two studies, executive control was assessed with tasks that require deliberate inhibition of automatic responses (antisaccade and go/no-go) and time perspective was assessed with the Zimbardo Time Perspective Inventory. Additionally, in the first study, we controlled for […]
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 […]
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 […]
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!
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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 […]