Ph.D., social psychologist, Assistant Professor at Institute of Psychology, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Toruń, Poland
Places of work
Assistant Professor at the Institute of Psychology, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Toruń, Poland
Summary of research
Moral judgments, moral emotions, human-animal relationships
Currently I am involved in the following scientific projects:
1. Moral judgment of harm and exploitation of animals- where I explore difference in judgments of harm done by humans to different types of animals: pets vs farm animals, eatable vs uneatable animals etc.
2. Moral parochialism- where I examine whether the moral judgment differs due to spatial and cultural distance between the judgment maker and moral transgressor.
3. Impact of threat on moral judgments – where my interests focus on the fact whether our moral judgments change as a result of different types of threats.
In the Identification with All Humanity Lab I have been working with Katarzyna Hamer and David Sparkman on the associations between multicultural experiences, IWAH and helping different groups.