Wojciech Kulesza

PhD, social psychologist, he focuses on the issue of mimicry. 
At SWPS University in Poznań he is interim Head of the Department of social and intercultural psychology. In his scientific work, he focuses on mimicry, which is imitating human behaviour and speech. He is also actively engaged in the issue of psychology of love. He is the author of national and western articles, theoretical reviews and chapters in books (in Polish and English). He also participates in national and international conferences. In 2007, he became a holder of the Polityka scholarship. He was nominated for two distinctions: the award of the Mayor of the Capital City of Warsaw and Artur Rojszczak Award granted by the Club of the Foundation for Polish Science Scholars. He also executed several projects funded from national and international sources. Apart from the research, he was also engaged in the reform of higher education system and science in Poland. In 2010, he was nominated by Minister Prof. Barbara Kudrycka as a member of the consulting group of young scientists. Until December 2013, he was a member of the ministerial team assessing the applications for financial support connected with popularisation of results of research conducted by Polish scientists (up to 2012 he was the chair of the team). Within the period between 2012 and 2013, he went to Florida Atlantic University for a scientific scholarship.

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