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ANALOG MISSION TO MARS

SWPS University has partnered with EXORiON Foundation in EXO17 Mars analog research project manned entirely by a Polish crew.

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Future is uncertain

The aim of the project is to better understand the decision making process, especially in the situations of delayed lotteries.

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News 31-10-2017

Professor Wojciszke Awarded Beethoven 2 Research Grant

Professor Bogdan Wojciszke, Deputy Dean for Research of the Sopot Faculty of Psychology has been awarded a research grant in the Beethoven 2 competition, which was organized by the National...

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Events 18-10-2017

Beehive, Small Data, Behavioral and Interventional Studies

Small data is big business. Nowadays companies and researchers want to know everything there is to know about human behavior, trends in sport statistics and weather forecasts, because this deceptively...

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News 27-07-2017

Among Top Recipients of Grants from the National Science Centre

The National Science Centre (NCN) has published a report related to grants awarded to research institutions in Poland for the period 2011-2016. SWPS University ranked 5th among the top recipients...

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Research Projects 01-06-2017

Dynamic Relation between Repetitive Negative Thinking and Inhibition in Depression

Everyone experiences negative thoughts from time to time. However, for people suffering from depression or anxiety negative thinking may turn into a self-propelling vicious circle that seems impossible to stop...

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Popular Science Blog 01-06-2017

Robot Teaches Programming and Helps to Name Emotions

During my flight to Earth, my spacecraft crashed into an asteroid. Its parts scattered all over the world and now children help me find them. This is a story of...

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Research Projects 15-03-2017

Long-Term Musical Training and Reading Ability

Neuroscientists have been interested in the undeniable impact of music on the human brain for many years. In his book Musicophilia, the noted neurologist Oliver Sacks describes how patients with...

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