2017
Bocian, K., Baryla, W. (Augiust, 2017). Pain(less) Cleansing: Priming of Pain Experience Wipes Guilt and Sadness but not Shame. Talk given at 19th Transfer of Knowledge Conference of the European Social Cognition Network, Gdansk, Poland.
Bocian, K., Baryla W., Kulesza, W., Wojciszke, B. (July, 2017). Mere Liking Effect: The Role of Attitude Formation on Attributions of Morality and Trust. Poster presented at the 18th General Meeting of the European Association of Social Psychology, Granada, Spain.
2016
Bocian, K., Baryla W., Kulesza, W., Wojciszke, B. (September, 2016). Mere Liking Effect: Interpersonal Attractiveness Manipulation Distorts Perception of Morality and Trust. Talk given at the 13th Convention of Polish Association of Social Psychology, Wroclaw.
Bocian, K., Baryla W., Kulesza, W., Wojciszke, B. (August, 2016). Morality by Liking: The Role of Attitude Formation on Attributions of Morality and Trust. Talk given at 18th Transfer of Knowledge Conference of the European Social Cognition Network, Lisbon, Portugal.
Bocian, K., Wojciszke, B. (2016). We Are Tribal Creatures: Patriotism Enhances Self-interest Bias in Collectivistic Moral Judgments. Talk given at Motivation and Social Perception Conference, Gdansk.
2015
Bocian, K., Baryla, W., Wojciszke, B. (September, 2015). Trust me! Self-interest biases moral judgment and magnifies trust in cheaters. Talk given at the 12th Convention of Polish Association of Social Psychology, Lodz.
Bocian, K., Parzuchowski, M., Baryla, W. (September, 2015). Activation of a stereotype of an immoral person facilitates the cleanliness motive. Talk given at the 12th Convention of Polish Association of Social Psychology, Lodz.
Bocian, K., Wojciszke, B. (September, 2015). Unawareness of Self-interest Bias in Moral Judgments of Others’ Behavior. Talk given at 17th Transfer of Knowledge Conference of the European Social Cognition Network, Heidelberg, Germany
Bocian, K., Baryla, W., Wojciszke, B. (May, 2015). Trust me! Self-interest biases moral judgment and magnifies trust in cheaters. Talk given at the 9th Convention of Polish Association of Economic Psychology, Gdansk.
Bocian, K. Baryla, W., Wojciszke, B. (May, 2015). Self-interest Bias of Moral Judgments of Others’ Actions. Talk given at the 2nd Sopot Seminar in Person Perception, Sopot.
Bocian, K., Baryla W., Wojciszke, B. (February, 2015). Self-Interest Bias Enhances Moral Judgment and Trust. Poster presented at the 16th Annual Meeting of Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Long Beach.
2014
Bocian, K., Wojciszke, B. (September, 2014). Self-interest Bias of Moral Judgments of Others’ Actions. The 16th Transfer of Knowledge Conference of the European Social Cognition Network, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium.
Bocian, K. (September, 2014). Self-interest Bias of Moral Judgments of Others’ Actions. The 35th Convention of Polish Psychological Society, Bydgoszcz.
Bocian, K., Wojciszke, B. (July, 2014). We are tribal creatures: Evidence for the existence of in-group morality. The 17th General Meeting of the European Association of Social Psychology, Amsterdam.
Bocian, K., Baryla, W., Winnicki, M., Zamulski, P., Wojciszke, B. (May, 2014). Pain(less) Cleansing: Mere Priming of Pain Concept can Reduce Feelings of Guilt and Sadness. The 26th Annual Convention of Association for Psychological Science, San Francisco.
Bocian, K., Wojciszke, B. (February, 2014). I do not like you. Disliking constrains the self-interest bias in moral judgment. The 15th Annual Meeting of Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Austin.
Bocian, K., Wojciszke, B. (February, 2014). I do not like you! Disliking constrains the self-interest bias in moral judgment. The 2014 SPSP Justice and Morality Pre-Conference, Austin.
2013
Bocian, K., Wojciszke, B. (September, 2013). I do not like you: disliking inhibits the effects of self-interest in the moral evaluation of others’ behavior. Talk given at the 10th Convention of Polish Association of Social Psychology, Cracow.
Wojciszke, B., Bocian, K. (September, 2013). Evidence for the existence of a collectivist ethics. Talk given at the 10th Convention of Polish Association of Social Psychology, Cracow.
Bocian, K., Wojciszke, B. (May, 2013). Blinded By Self-Interest: Why do actions serving own interests appear moral? Poster presented at the 25th Annual Convention of Association for Psychological Science, Washington.
Bocian, K., Wojciszke, B. (January, 2013). Egocentric ethics: Why do actions serving our interests feel moral? Poster presented at the 14th Annual Meeting of Society for Personality and Social Psychology, New Orleans.
2012
Bocian, K. (Novmber, 2012). Egocentric ethics: why moral and righteous are actions which serves our interests? Talk given at the 2nd SWPS Ph.D. Scientific Session, Warsaw.
Bocian, K., Wojciszke, B. (September, 2012). Kali’s Morality: why moral and righteous are actions which serves our interests? Talk given at the 9th Convention of Polish Association of Social Psychology, Sopot.
Białobrzeska, O., Bocian, K., Wojciszke, B. (September, 2012). Self-interest bias in judgments of fairness and morality. Talk given at the 14th Transfer of Knowledge Conference of the European Social Cognition Network, Estoril
Bocian, K., Białobrzeska, O., Wojciszke, B. (Feburary, 2012). Self-interest bias in moral judgment. Talk given at the 5th Research Methods Winter School, Zakopane.
Parzuchowski, M., Bocian, K. (Feburary, 2012). Consequences of processing diminutives in case of ordinary objects. Talk given at the 5th Research Methods Winter School, Zakopane.
Parzuchowski, M., Wojciszke, B., Bocian, K. (January, 2012). When Applet is less effective than Application: diminutives in describing objects influence perceptual and affective judgments. Poster presented at the 13th Annual Meeting of Society for Personality and Social Psychology, San Diego.
2011 - 2009
Bocian, K., Parzuchowski, M. (September, 2011). Cognitive and emotional consequences of processing diminutives. Talk given at the 8th Convention of Polish Association of Social Psychology, Poznań.
Bocian, K. Weremiuk, M. (December, 2009). Dirty peoples and clean hands. Thinking about immoral person activate a motive for cleanliness. Talk given at the Psychology of Tomorrow Scientific Conference, Gdansk.
Bocian, K. Weremiuk, M. (November, 2009). Dirty thoughts and clean hands. Why, thinking about pedophile activate a motive for cleanliness. Talk given at the 14th SWPS Student Scientific Session, Warsaw.