Papers and Presentations

Selected Papers & Presentations:

Witkowski, T. (2017). After Half of Century of Research, Psychology Can’t Predict Suicidal Behaviours Better Than by Coin Flip. Research Digest, January 11.

Witkowski, T. (2016). Why do we enjoy reality TV? Researchers say it’s more about empathy than humiliationResearch Digest, November, 24.

Witkowski, T. (2015). Psychology: scientific discipline or just aggressive marketing? Psychologia Ekonomiczna 7, 69-83. pdf

Witkowski, T. (2013). Letter to Editor. Polish Psychological Bulletin
 44(4), 462-464. full text pdf and the answer

Witkowski, T., & Zatonski, M. (2013). In Twenty-First-Century Europe, Public Prosecutor Appoints Clairvoyant as an Expert Witness. Skeptical Inquirer, 57(5), 7. full text pdf

Witkowski, T. (August, 2013). Is Psychology a Cargo Cult Science? 15th European Skeptics Congress in Stockholm, Sweden. abstract, video

Witkowski, T., & Zatonski, M. (2013). The ‘Psychology is Science not Witchcraft’ Campaign. Skeptical Inquirer, 57(4), 50-53. full text pdf 

Witkowski, T., (May 2012) Pseudoscience in teaching of psychology. The most dangerous myths, frauds and urban legends. VI World Sceptics Congress Promoting Science in Age of Uncertainty, Berlin. abstract

Witkowski, T., (2012) A Review of Research Findings on Neuro-Linguistic Programming. The Scientific Review of Mental Health Practice, 9(1), s.29-40.full text pdf

Witkowski, T., (May 2011) Top most bonkers things about psychology. 25 Congress of The European Federation of Psychology Students’ Assciation, Borowice, Poland. abstract

Witkowski, T., (2011) Psychological Sokal-style hoax. The Scientific Review of Mental Health Practices. Vol. 8 nr 1, s. 50-60. full text pdf.

Witkowski, T., (2011) Thirty-Five Years of Research on Neuro-Linguistic Programming. NLP Research Data Base. State of the Art or Pseudoscientific Decoration? Polish Psychological Bulletin. 41 nr 2, s. 58-66 full text pdf and Review

Witkowski, T., (2010) History of the Open Letter in Defence of Reason. Sceptical Inquirer, 34. full text pdf

Witkowski, T., (September 2010) Fashionable nonsense still in fashion. Psychological Sokal-style hoax. XIV European Sceptics Congress, Budapest.presentation pdf

Witkowski, T., Fortuna, P., (2008) About psychobussiness, tolerance and responsibility or pure scientists strategies. Psychologia Społeczna, 4Abstract

Witkowski, T., Fortuna, P., (2008) If everything is alright why is everything so wrong? Psychologia Społeczna, 4. Abstract

Witkowski, T., (2007) Fashionable nonsesnse still in fashion. Nauka 4Abstract

Witkowski, T., (2006) The theory and practice of NLP in the eyes of a social psychologist. Nauka 4Abstract

Witkowski, T., & Stiensmeier-Pelster, J. (1998) Performance Deficits following Failure: Learned Helplessness or Self-esteem Protection? British Journal of Social Psychology. 37, 59-71. Abstract

Witkowski, T. (1997) Performance level in situations of helplessness threat and group affiliation: Self-protecting strategies in helplessness deficits.Journal of Social Psychology, 137, 2, 229-234. full text pdf

Witkowski, T., Stiensmeier-Pelster J., Kulbat, J., Paszkiewicz, K. (1997) The assessment of motivational orientation: A Polish-language adaptation of the Motivational Orientation Scales (MOS-P). Przegląd Psychologiczny, 40, 199-211. Abstract

Witkowski, T., Stiensmeier-Pelster, J., (August 1997) The assessment of motivational orientation: A Polish- and German-language adaptation of the Motivational Orientation Scales. 4th European Conference on Psychological Assessment. Lisbon, Portugal.

Witkowski, T., Kulbat, J., (August, 1997) A question mark may change research results: Yes-bias. 4th European Conference on Psychological Assessment. Lisbon, Portugal.

Witkowski, T. (July, 1996) Causal attribution is half the story: The effects of personality characteristics and situation on behavior in helplessness threat conditions. The 8th Europen Conference on Personality , Ghent, Belgium.

Witkowski, T., (1996) Perceived freedom of choice as a modifier of egotistic mechanisms in the situation of helplessness threat. Przegląd Psychologiczny, 39 105-117. Abstract

Witkowski, T., & Stiensmeier-Pelster, J. (1996) Performance Deficits following Failure: Learned Helplessness or Self-esteem Protection? Bielefelder Arbeiten zur Sozialpsychologie. Nr. 178.

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