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Aleksandra Piejka
Aleksandra Piejka
Institute of Psychology, Polish Academy of Sciences
Verified email at psych.pan.pl - Homepage
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Safe but lonely? Loneliness, anxiety, and depression symptoms and COVID-19
Ł Okruszek, A Aniszewska-Stańczuk, A Piejka, M Wiśniewska, K Żurek
Frontiers in psychology 11, 3222, 2020
203*2020
Social cognition in neuropsychiatric populations: a comparison of theory of mind in schizophrenia and mesial temporal lobe epilepsy
Ł Okruszek, A Bala, M Wordecha, M Jarkiewicz, A Wysokiński, ...
Scientific reports 7 (1), 484, 2017
312017
Mental well-being during pandemic: The role of cognitive biases and emotion regulation strategies in risk perception and affective response to COVID-19
A Schudy, K Żurek, M Wiśniewska, A Piejka, Ł Gawȩda, Ł Okruszek
Frontiers in Psychiatry 11, 589973, 2020
262020
Social perception in mesial temporal lobe epilepsy: interpreting social information from moving shapes and biological motion
A Bala, Ł Okruszek, A Piejka, A Głębicka, E Szewczyk, K Bosak, ...
The Journal of Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences 30 (3), 228-235, 2018
172018
Biological motion sensitivity, but not interpersonal predictive coding is impaired in schizophrenia.
Ł Okruszek, A Piejka, A Wysokiński, E Szczepocka, V Manera
Journal of Abnormal Psychology 127 (3), 305, 2018
172018
The second agent effect: interpersonal predictive coding in people with schizophrenia
Ł Okruszek, A Piejka, A Wysokiński, E Szczepocka, V Manera
Social Neuroscience 14 (2), 208-213, 2019
112019
Owner of a lonely mind? Social cognitive capacity is associated with objective, but not perceived social isolation in healthy individuals
A Piejka, M Krawczyk, A Schudy, M Wiśniewska, K Żurek, A Pinkham
Journal of research in personality 93, 104103, 2021
92021
Do you believe what you have been told? Morality and scientific literacy as predictors of pseudoscience susceptibility
A Piejka, Ł Okruszek
Applied Cognitive Psychology 34 (5), 1072-1082, 2020
82020
Affective and cognitive verbal theory of mind in schizophrenia: Results from a novel paradigm
Ł Okruszek, A Piejka, E Szczepocka, A Wysokinski, A Pluta
Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society: JINS 24 (3), 305, 2018
72018
Take me to (the empty) church? Social networks, loneliness and religious attendance in young polish adults during the COVID-19 pandemic
Ł Okruszek, A Piejka, K Żurek
Journal of Religion and Health 61 (1), 722-740, 2022
42022
Brief induction of loneliness decreases vagal regulation during social information processing
A Piejka, M Wiśniewska, JF Thayer, Ł Okruszek
International Journal of Psychophysiology 164, 112-120, 2021
22021
Two means together? Effects of response bias and sensitivity on communicative action detection
A Piejka, L Piaskowska, Ł Okruszek
Journal of Nonverbal Behavior 46 (3), 281-298, 2022
12022
Loneliness is associated with mentalizing and emotion recognition abilities in schizophrenia, but only in a cluster of patients with social cognitive deficits
Ł Okruszek, M Jarkiewicz, A Piejka, M Chrustowicz, M Krawczyk, ...
medRxiv, 2022
12022
Mentalizing abilities mediate the impact of the basic social perception on negative symptoms in patients with schizophrenia
M Chrustowicz, M Jarkiewicz, M Krawczyk, V Manera, A Piejka, A Schudy, ...
Journal of Psychiatric Research 155, 85-89, 2022
2022
Climate change, vaccines, GMO: The N400 effect as a marker of attitudes toward scientific issues
Ł Okruszek, A Piejka, N Banasik-Jemielniak, D Jemielniak
Plos one 17 (10), e0273346, 2022
2022
Social cognitive bias increases loneliness both directly and by decreasing social connection in patients with schizophrenia.
Ł Okruszek, A Piejka, M Chrustowicz, M Krawczyk, M Jarkiewicz, ...
PsyArXiv, 2022
2022
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