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Aleksandra Cichocka

Aleksandra Cichocka Aleksandra Klaudia Cichocka is a student at Warsaw University and Warsaw School for Social Psychology. Her main areas of interests are political psychology (political conflict and its dynamics, political marketing, ideologies), environmental psychology (city psychology, locality) and economic psychology.

In the ICCC Aleksandra works on research concerning the role of need for closure in conflict dynamics and on the development of new tools measuring patterns of conflict. Aleksandra also collaborates with Agnieszka Golec de Zavala (Middlesex University) in a research project that focuses on the role of cognitive motivation, mortality salience and religion in conflict.

Aleksandra is a former president of the Warsaw branch of Polish Association of Psychology Students and Graduates. Her interests are Latin-American culture and politics. She loves rock music and traveling.