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BIO Jakub Kus

 

Jakub Kuś

Ph.D. / Assistant Professor

Vice-Dean for Student Affairs, Faculty of Psychology in Wrocław
Department of Metatheoretical Problems in Psychology

Profile

Psychologist. He researchers the impact of new technologies on human behavior and interpersonal relationships. His most recent study focuses on the effects of self-presentation on the sense of self, and on the prevention of diffused responsibility on the Internet.

He is a member of the Polish Society of Social Psychology (PSPS), and a Chairman of the Scientific Board of the Polish Association of Students and Graduates of Psychology.

He is also Head of the “Psychology of the new media” program at SWPS University in Wrocław, where he also teaches psychology of new technologies, personality psychology, psychology of emotions and motivation, online social space, psychometrics, and methodology of psychological research.