Paweł Gwiaździński

Paweł Gwiaździński
Jagiellonian University | UJ · Institute of Psychology

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
I'm interdisciplinary researcher with background in philosophy and cognitive science. My research interest circle around 4E cognition, phenomenology (applied to empirical endeavor and theoretical as well), consciousness studies and interplay between those fields. I'm passionate about philosophical underpinnings of modern theories of mind and cognition and different ways of incorporating those into science, art and technology.
Additional affiliations
October 2016 - present
University of Silesia in Katowice
Position
  • PhD Student
Description
  • Teaching: -Introduction to Cognitive Science -Basic Problems of Cognitive Science -Translation of English Science Texts
Education
September 2015 - July 2017
Jagiellonian University
Field of study
  • Cognitive Science

Publications

Publications (12)
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Introduction The rise of social media users and the explosive growth in misinformation shared across social media platforms have become a serious threat to democratic discourse and public health. The mentioned implications have increased the demand for misinformation detection and intervention. To contribute to this challenge, we are presenting a s...
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Misinformation on social media poses a serious threat to democracy, sociopolitical stability, and mental health. Thus, it is crucial to investigate the nature of cognitive mechanisms and personality traits that contribute to the assessment of news items' veracity, failures in the discernment of their truthfulness, and behavioral engagement with the...
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This study aims to investigate how daily activities affect mood in the context of social distancing guidelines enforced during the COVID-19 pandemic. Using Ecological Momentary Assessment (EMA) administered four times a day during a two-week period, we asked participants (N = 91) about their mood and the activities they engaged in. Seven individual...
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This study aims to investigate how daily activities affect mood in the context of social distancing guidelines enforced during the COVID‐19 pandemic. Using Ecological Momentary Assessment (EMA) administered four times a day during a 2‐week period, we asked participants (N = 91) about their mood and the activities they engaged in. Seven individuals...
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Introduction Misinformation is a complex concept and its meaning can encompass several kinds of different phenomena. Liang Wu et el. consider a wide variety of online behavior as misinformation: 1 unintentionally spreading false information, intentionally spreading false information, disseminating urban legends, sharing fake news, unverified inform...
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W swoim wystąpieniu chciałbym przedstawić wyniki swoich badań z wykorzystaniem wywiadu eksplikacyjnego, które przeprowadziłem we współpracy z grupą projektu Systemy Narracyjne. W badaniu za cel postawiono ustalenie sposobów przeżywania przez widza immersji oraz ucieleśnienia w filmach projektu Dream Screen – wywoływania marzeń sennych za pomocą fil...
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Background: A growing body of evidence supports the belief that yoga benefits physical and mental health. The aim of the study is to investigate whether the sense of coherence and sense of agency are more developed in people practicing hatha-yoga than in the group of people who have never practiced yoga. Methods: TAHE, SOC-29 questionnaire and shor...
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Sigmund Freud`s psychoanalysis was greatly complex project in the field of human psyche research. His work is not only proposition of a completely unusual solution to the dilemma of behaviour, new therapy (the talking cure - as one of his patients named it), but also the whole new hermeneutics, and theory of symbol. In this paper i would like to fo...
Conference Paper
In this paper, the author considers phenomenology of gendered body in the context of the psychological and cultural problem of transsexuality. As the philosophical background, Merleau-Ponty's phenomenology of the body is reviewed and I.R. Owen's paper 'The Phenomenological Psychology of Gender: How Trans-Sexuality and Intersexuality Express General...

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Projects (3)
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The aim of the research project is to identify the cognitive and neural mechanisms engaged in the formation of the subjective experience of sensory substitution (SS). We plan to focus on three main research problems: 1) subjective experience of SS characteristics (we plan to investigate how participants experience visual information through SS devices); 2) neuronal consequences of SS (we plan to test the functional reorganisation of the brain engaged in SS with magnetic resonance); The project will investigate how the substituted information provided by three SS devices (BrainPort, Enactive Torch, Colorophone) is experienced and how it can be integrated. In the first phase of the project we will develop behavioural procedures (such as shape or colour identification tasks). In the second phase of the project we plan to apply these tasks in a single research group over a series of meetings. Each person will take part in approximately one two-hour study every two weeks throughout the year. The participants will be tested individually. This part of the project will be preceded by an MRI scan (RS fMRI, DTI, T1). Throughout the second phase of the project, participants will perform a variety of SS device-based tasks. project 2016/23/B/HS6/00275 granted by National Science Centre, Poland under OPUS programme
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Using microphenomenological interview method I'm studing different stages of subjective experience of being immersed in multimedial piece - "At least for a while" by Daniel Crook. The main focus of study is to explore bodily correlates of this feeling, which then could be used to operationalise experimental procedure which employs also third-person methods. Results of my study will be used to build scenario for Dream Screen project's movie.
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The aim of this research project is to investigate different approaches to naturalization of phenomenological tradition in modern researches on consciousness in cognitive science. Im committed to 4E approach in form of neurophenomenology (Varela, Thompson, Petitmengin et. al.) and front-loaded phenomenology on the other hand (Gallagher, Zahavi et. al). Im particularly interested in bordes of conscious experience, and altered states of consciousness like: dream, mystical experience, psychodelic drug effects, meditation, immersion, alterations in body schema, and their cognitive functions (or lack of).