Academic year 2020/2021
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and as a result of a broad consultation within our institution, we regret to inform you that it has been decided to postpone all Erasmus+ mobilities (incoming and outgoing) planned for the Winter Semester 2020/21. We will be happy to welcome all the mobilities initially planned for the 1st semester (Winter Semester) of academic year 2020/2021 during the 2nd semester (Summer Semester).
Modules 2020/2021 (summer semester only)
Module: „Psychology of Communication”
The main goal of the module is to provide students with complex knowledge on communication, referring to intercultural, social, interpersonal as well as intrapersonal level. The module consists of four courses containing current themes in communication theory and applied communication research along with trainings of communication skills.
1. “Intercultural Communication” course focuses on the role of culture in communication practices, specifically its influence on perception, social categorization, conflict resolution and relating to others. It offers students opportunity to develop sound knowledge and intercultural competencies in managing differences in culturally diversified environment. Lecturer: Karolina Pietras, PhD
2. “Computer Games and Social Media – A Psychological Perspective” is the study of current trends in communication via social media, as well as social psychology of gaming. The course presents interpersonal aspects of using social media and on-line playing, along with topics of image management in on-line communication. Lecturer: Karolina Czernecka, PhD
3. “Communication Skills Training” is a training aimed at improving communication skills in interpersonal interactions. Students will learn and practice verbal and nonverbal ways to communicate successfully, learn to manage the interpersonal conflicts, as well as learn to prepare and conduct communication training for a respective target groups. Lecturer: Agnieszka Lasota, PhD
4. “The Psychology of Emotion Regulation” addresses the communication on the intra-personal level presenting the issues of managing one’s emotional reactions. The content covers i.a. emotion regulation during life-span, its biological and cognitive foundation, relations to well-being. The clinical application presented in the course demonstrate tools and strategies of emotion regulations, performance anxiety in particular. Lecturer: Julia Kaleńska-Rodzaj, PhD
More Information for Incoming Students
For Erasmus+ EU-Partners
mgr Magdalena Birgiel, room 173
For Erasmus+ non-EU Partners
Elird Kashahu, room 174
Monday, Wednesday,Thursday, Friday: 7.30 – 15.30
Tuesday: Office closed