Joanna Tomczyk

Joanna Tomczyk
SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities | SWPS · Faculty of Psychology

Master of Arts

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Introduction Gratitude is commonly known as a positive emotion, but it can also be understood as a disposition—one’s inherent quality that includes being grateful for the positive aspects of one’s life and appreciating altruistic gifts. A growing body of research suggests that having a disposition of gratitude is positively related to wellbeing and...
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Gratitude is known to be negatively related to symptoms of depression and positively related to well-being, among many other benefits to mental health that it is associated with. Yet, most research focuses on the between-person relationships between gratitude and other constructs, while the rarely studied within-person relationships may reflect dif...
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Introduction: Gratitude is known to have beneficial effects on the well-being of various populations, including women with breast cancer. The present diary study examined if daily feelings of gratitude would affect the daily functioning of women with breast cancer and if after a 2-week-long gratitude intervention they would function better than bef...
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Across three studies conducted in the US and Poland, we found that vegans tended to think that others treated them more negatively because of their diet than lacto-ovo vegetarians or pescatarians. In contrast, pescatarians tended to think that other treated them less negatively than lacto-ovo vegetarians did. In one study, we found that vegans, lac...
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Introduction: Gratitude has been studied as a disposition that reflects the extent to which people appreciate what they have in life knowing that it has not been given to them forever. Being grateful has been found to promote quality of life, which is why it may be used to cope in difficult times including during breast cancer diagnosis and treatm...

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