Psychology's Kaniasty Presents in Europe and Africa on Stress and Coping

Posted on 10/3/2012 11:58:09 AM
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Krys Kaniasty has been active in presenting at professional meetings in Europe and Africa.

First, he presented an invited lecture at the Institute of Psychology, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw (Poland), June 14, 2012: “In search of the obvious? Stress-related grown explains the relationships between received social support and perceived social support.”

Next, he chaired two sessions and presented three papers at the 33rd international conference of the Stress and Anxiety Research Society (STAR), July 2–4, 2012, in Palma de Mallorca, Spain.

Stress and Anxiety Research Society Conference in Palma de Mallorca, Spain
  1. “When is Received Social Support Actually Helpful? A Review of Merging Theoretical Concepts and Assessment Instruments”
  2. “Political Stress and Sociopolitical, Interpersonal, and Community Functioning” (with U. Jakubowska, Polish Academy of Sciences)
  3. “Political Alienation as a Mediator in the Relation Between Sense of Economic Threat and Authoritarianism” (with A. Bronowicka, Opole University, Poland).
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Finally, Kaniasty was a second author of an invited presentation delivered by Urszula Jakubowska (Polish Academy of Sciences) at the 30th International Congress of Psychology, Cape Town, South Africa, July 2012 (Jakubowska, U., & Kaniasty, K. “Attitudes toward democracy in post-communist states and their psychosocial determinants: The example of Poland”).

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