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Mateusz Jaworski

M.A., Ph.D. candidate


PhD student at Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University in Warsaw, Poland, Institute of Psychology. Warsaw University graduate with a Master’s degree in Psychology.  Interested in behavioral decision making studies and in cross-cultural studies on narcissism, Dark Triad and risk-taking. Specialization in Experimental Social Psychology.


Research interest:

Cross-cultural psychology, social psychology, psychology of decision making.


Examples of topics of interest:

Forms of narcissism and its correlates

Trust and risk-taking

Decision making

Economical games

Psychometry and statistics



Worked in grants:


Towards Circumplex Model of Narcissism (2018-19). 2017/26/E/HS6/00282 „Sonata Bis” Grant of prof. UKSW dr hab. Magdalena Żemojtel-Piotrowska awarded by Polish National Science Center.


Deprywacja kontroli, a stosunki (między)grupowe i poznanie polityczne (2015-17). 2014/15/B/HS6/03755 “Opus” Grant of prof. dr hab. Mirosław Kofta awarded by Polish National Science Center.


Selected publications:





Jaworski, M. (2019). Dark Personality – The Relationship Between Attitude Towards Risk

and Dark Triad among Corporate Employees. (in preparation)


Żemojtel-Piotrowska, M., Piotrowski, J., Fatfouta, R., Gebauer, J., Rogoza, R., Czarna, A., Baran, T., Jaworski, M., Sedikides, C., (2018). Towards an Agency-Communion Model of Collective Narcissism: Communal Collective Narcissism and its Nomological Network. (in preparation)