Grants & awards

X 2017 – X 2020 BEETHOVEN research grant funded together by Polish National Science Centre (NCN) and German Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG), principal investigators: Anna Czarna (Polish part) and Michael Dufner (German part)

1 X 2017 – the 1st Degree Individual Jagiellonian University Rector’s Award for academic achievement in 2016

VI-VII 2017 – Henry “Hank” Heitowit Scholarship (first scholar) awarded by Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR), University of Michigan, USA

VII 2016 – Best Poster Award from European Association of Personality Psychology (EAPP) for the presentation Do Narcissism and Emotional Intelligence Win Us Friends? Modeling Dynamics of Peer Popularity Using Inferential Network Analysis, 18th European Conference on Personality, 19-23 VII, 2016, Timisoara, Romania

3 VIII 2016 – 2 VIII 2019 – National Science Centre OPUS grant Social cognition and interpersonal self-regulation in narcissism, principal investigator: Anna Czarna

15 IV 2014 – 14 IV 2017 – National Science Centre SONATA grant The Dark Triad and moral and economic dilemmas., principal investigator: Anna Czarna

IX 2014 – IX 2015 – postdoctoral fellowship financed in the framework of SCIEX-NMSch by Rektorenkonferenz der Schweizer Universitäten (CRUS), University of Bern, Switzerland

XI 2013 – XI 2015 – postdoctoral fellowship co-financed by the European Union (the Human Capital Operational Programme) within the SET project at Jagiellonian University

X 2012 – X 2013 –  project sponsored by Faculty of Philosophy, Jagiellonian University

IX 2012 – Solomon Asch Award for the best paper published by young researcher in 2011 in Psychologia Społeczna

XII 2011 – VII 2014 – National Science Centre PRELUDIUM grant nr 2011/01/N/HS6/02273 Two types of narcissism: overt and covert – analysis of differences in chronic selfawareness levels, affect and social functioning., principal investigator: Anna Czarna, supervisor: prof. Andrzej Szmajke

VI – XII 2011 – University of Wroclaw internal grant Dynamics of popularity in peer groups: emotional intelligence, self-esteem and narcissism as predictors of relationship quality on different levels of acquaintance. principal investigator: Anna Czarna

II – VIII 2011 – scholarship from “Development of the potential and educational offer of the University of Wroclaw – the chance to enhance the competitiveness of the University” from European Social Fund – The Operational Programme Human Capital

X 2010 – V 2013 – doctoral dissertation grant from State Committee for Scientific Research (KBN) nr N N106 290839; Narcissism and social functioning: maximizing own gains and conditions of including other people’s interests, supervisor: prof. Andrzej Szmajke, executor: Anna Czarna

VI 2010 – travel scholarship from The European Association of Personality Psychology (EAPP)

IX 2006 – Best Poster Award from European Health Psychology Society; The 20th European Health Psychology Conference, 30 VIII – 2 IX, Warsaw, Poland

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