Kinga Bierwiaczonek
Kinga Bierwiaczonek
Department of Psychology, University of Oslo
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Belief in COVID‐19 conspiracy theories reduces social distancing over time
K Bierwiaczonek, JR Kunst, O Pich
Applied Psychology: Health and Well‐Being 12 (4), 1270-1285, 2020
Socio-cultural factors as antecedents of cross-cultural adaptation in expatriates, international students, and migrants: A review
K Bierwiaczonek, S Waldzus
Journal of cross-cultural psychology 47 (6), 767-817, 2016
The role of conspiracy beliefs for COVID-19 health responses: A meta-analysis
K Bierwiaczonek, AB Gundersen, JR Kunst
Current opinion in psychology 46, 101346, 2022
Revisiting the integration hypothesis: Correlational and longitudinal meta-analyses demonstrate the limited role of acculturation for cross-cultural adaptation
K Bierwiaczonek, JR Kunst
Psychological Science 32 (9), 1476-1493, 2021
The COVID-19 pandemic, authoritarianism, and rejection of sexual dissenters in Poland.
A Golec de Zavala, K Bierwiaczonek, T Baran, O Keenan, A Hase
Psychology of Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity 8 (2), 250, 2021
Male, national, and religious collective narcissism predict sexism
AG de Zavala, K Bierwiaczonek
Sex Roles 84 (11-12), 680-700, 2021
An intergroup approach to collective narcissism: Intergroup threats and hostility in four European Union countries
R Guerra, K Bierwiaczonek, M Ferreira, A Golec de Zavala, ...
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 25 (2), 415-433, 2022
Good refugees, bad migrants? Intergroup helping orientations toward refugees, migrants, and economic migrants in Germany
MC Wyszynski, R Guerra, K Bierwiaczonek
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 50 (10), 607-618, 2020
Individual, intergroup and nation-level influences on belief in conspiracy theories
MJ Hornsey, K Bierwiaczonek, K Sassenberg, KM Douglas
Nature Reviews Psychology 2 (2), 85-97, 2023
An interpretation of meta-analytical evidence for the link between collective narcissism and conspiracy theories
AG de Zavala, K Bierwiaczonek, P Ciesielski
Current Opinion in Psychology 47, 101360, 2022
Protective or harmful? Exploring the ambivalent role of social identification as a moderator of intergroup stress in sojourners
K Bierwiaczonek, S Waldzus, K van der Zee
International Journal of Intercultural Relations 60, 1-11, 2017
How ‘should’the majority group acculturate? Acculturation expectations and their correlates among minority-and majority-group members
JR Kunst, S Ozer, K Lefringhausen, K Bierwiaczonek, M Obaidi, DL Sam
International Journal of Intercultural Relations 93, 101779, 2023
Cultural threat perceptions predict violent extremism via need for cognitive closure
M Obaidi, G Anjum, K Bierwiaczonek, JF Dovidio, S Ozer, JR Kunst
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 120 (20), e2213874120, 2023
Selective Cultural Adoption: The Roles of Warmth, Competence, Morality, and Perceived Indispensability in Majority-Group Acculturation
JR Kunst, K Bierwiaczonek, M Obaidi, AM Fluit, T von Soest, DL Sam, ...
PsyArXiv, 2023
How identity fusion predicts extreme pro-group orientations: A meta-analysis
AH Varmann, L Kruse, K Bierwiaczonek, Á Gómez, A Vázquez, JR Kunst
European Review of Social Psychology, 1-36, 2023
Revisiting the integration hypothesis again: High heterogeneity complicates the interpretation of cross-sectional evidence
K Bierwiaczonek, MWL Cheung, JR Kunst
International Journal of Intercultural Relations 93, 101780, 2023
Social media use, social identification and cross-cultural adaptation of international students: A longitudinal examination
L Gaitán-Aguilar, J Hofhuis, K Bierwiaczonek, C Carmona
Frontiers in Psychology 13, 1013375, 2022
The role of conspiracy beliefs for COVID-19 prevention: A meta-analysis
K Bierwiaczonek, JR Kunst, AB Gundersen
PsyArXiv, 2021
Sexual Prejudice and Concerns of National Survival in Poland during the COVID-19 Pandemic
A Golec, K Bierwiaczonek, T Baran, A Hase, O Keenan
URL: https://psyarxiv. com/jsuyg/Access: May 23, 2020, 2020
Does digital intergroup contact reduce prejudice? A meta-analysis
LP da Costa, K Bierwiaczonek, M Bianchi
PsyArXiv, 2023
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