Psychology’s Krys Kaniasty delivered a keynote address at a national
psychological conference at the University of Opole, Poland, June 6–7, 2017. Kaniasty’s address was titled “On How Politically Driven Bitterness and Bliss
Influence Psychological Well-Being.”
The address featured results of his studies
conducted in Poland and the United States. It documented how common political events
(e.g., changes of governing parties, elections, political instability) are
related to variations in people’s evaluations of life satisfaction and other
socio-psychological indicators of well-being and happiness.
presentation of this research took place on June 22 at the Institute of
Psychology, Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw.
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