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Krejtz Izabela, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Postal Address:
SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities
Chodakowska 19/31
03-815 Warsaw, Poland

Contact: 
e-mail: iza.krejtz@gmail.com 

Main interests

control of attention, cognitive psychopathology, eye-tracking methodology

Education:
  • 1994 – 1998 MA in Psychology - Department of Psychology, Warsaw University, graduated one year earlier with the first class honors
  • 1997 – 1999 The English Teachers Training College, Warsaw University Graduate Student
  • 1998 – 2001 Institute of Psychology, Polish Academy of Sciences – PhD Student
  • 2002 PhD in Psychology, with the first class honors; the thesis title: “How to make someone hate less his enemies? Neutralization of negative feelings based on unconscious information processing.”
Selected Grants
  • The nature of attentional biases among social phobics. Behavioral, psychophysical and neuronal correlates of attentional processes (no. N402 269036). Role: researcher; principal investigator Paweł Holas, PhD, Medical Warsaw University
  • Cognitive limitations in reasoning and mediators of situational activisation of lower intellectual ability beliefs. Comparison between Intellectual helplessness and stereotype threat phenomena. Role: researcher; principal investigator Sylwia Bedyńska, PhD, Warsaw School of Social Sciences and Humanities, grant financed by Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education (no. NN106 324639)
  • Cognitive and emotional disorders as the predictors of school achievements: the role of working memory (2006-2009); principal investigator Izabela Krejtz, PhD; grant financed by Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education (no. 1H01F 002 30)
  • Temperament and attention: threatening information processing in anxiety (2002-2006); role: main researcher; principal investigator: Małgorzata Fajkowska-Stanik, PhD, Institute of Psychology Polish Academy of Sciences, grant financed by Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education (KBN no. 2 H01 F03824)
  • Social representation types and efficiency of information processing in attention, memory, inhibition and reasoning. Principal investigator: Kinga Piber-Dąbrowska, Warsaw School of Social Sciences and Humanities; role: researcher (KBN no. H01F 033 27)
  • Implicit verbal neutralization of negative attitudes (2001-2002); principal investigator Izabela Krejtz, PhD; Institute of Psychology, Polish Academy of Sciences, grant financed by Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education (KBN no. 5H01F08420)
Selectef publications:
  1. Szarkowska, A., Krejtz, I., Krejtz, K., Duchowski, A. (2013). Harnessing the potential of eye-tracking for media accessibility. [in:] S. Grucza, M. Płużyczka, J. Zając (Eds.), Translation Studies and Eye-Tracking Analysis (= Warschauer Studien zur Germanistik und Angewandten Linguistik). Peter Lang Verlag, Frankfurt/M.
  2. Szarkowska, A., Żbikowska, J., Krejtz, I. (2013). Subtitling for the deaf and hard of hearing in multilingual films. International Journal of Multilingualism.
  3. Brzezicka, A., Krejtz, I., von Hecker, U., Laubrock, J. (2012). Eye movement evidence for defocused attention in depression – perceptual span analysis. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 85,129–133.[30]
  4. Nezlek, J. B., Schaafsma, J., Safron, M., Krejtz, I. (2012). Self-Construal and Intra and Interethnic Social Interaction. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 43, 623 – 637.[35]
  5. Krejtz, I., Szarkowska, A., Krejtz, K., Walczak, A., Duchowski, A. (2012). Audio Description as an Aural Guide of Children’s Visual Attention: Evidence from an Eye-Tracking Study. In Proceedings of Eye Tracking Research and Applications Conference, ACM, 99-106.
  6. Krejtz, K., Krejtz, I., Duchowski, A., Szarkowska, A., Walczak, A., (2012). Multimodal learning with audio description: an eye tracking study of children's gaze during a visual recognition task. In Proceedings of the ACM Symposium on Applied Perception (SAP '12). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 83-90.
  7. edited? Reading patterns of different captioning styles among deaf, hard of hearing, and hearing viewers. American Annals of the Deaf, 156 (4), 363-378.[20]

  8. Holas, P., Krejtz I. & Cypryańska M. (submitted to special issue of International Journal of Psychophysiology).Facets of Threat. Differences in Orienting and Maintaining of Gaze to Angry, Disgust and Fearful Faces in Anxiety. Evidence from Eye-Tracking Study.
  9. Krejtz K. , Krejtz I., Nowak A. , & Bielecki M. (to be submitted). The importance of clarity: differential effects of self-esteem in visual attention.
  10. Schaafsma J., Nezlek J., Krejtz I., Safron M. (2010). Ethnocultural identification and naturally occurring interethnic social interactions: Muslim minorities in Europe. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 40, 1010–1028.
  11. Matuszczak M., Krejtz I., Orylska A., Bielecki M. (2009).Working memory training in ADHD. Czasopismo Psychologiczne, 15. (in Polish)
  12. Krejtz I., Brzezicka A. , Wróbel A. (2009). Functional attention and memory biases in selected psychopathological states: Cognitive and Neuropsychological perspective. Studia Psychologiczne, Warsaw. (in Polish)
  13. Brzezicka A. , I. Krejtz (2009). Neurocognitive perspective in psychopathology. Stowarzyszenie Psychologia i Architektura, Poznań, Poland. (in Polish)
  14. Krejtz I., Orylska A. , Wolańczyk T. (2009) Inhibition deficits in ADHD and their consequences. [in:] A. Brzezicka, I. Krejtz (Eds.) Neurocognitive perspective in psychopathology (pp. 39 – 54). Stowarzyszenie Psychologia i Architektura, Poznań, Poland. (in Polish)
  15. Krejtz I., Krejtz K., Bielecki M. (2008). Eye-movement applications in social psychology. Social Psychology, T.Z.Nr: 4. (in Polish)
  16. Krejtz I., Krejtz K., (2007). Introduction to simple and multiple regression analysis. [in:] A. Brzezicka-Rotkiewicz, S. Bedyńska, (Eds.), Statistical guide: practical manual for data analyses. (pp. 364-384). Warsaw, Academica. (in Polish)
  17. Fajkowska M., Krejtz I. (2006). Temperament,anxiety and attentional information processing. [in:] M. Fajkowska-Stanik, M. Marszał-Wiśniewska i G. Sędek, (Eds). Peering at thoughts and feelings. Disorders and optimalization of emotional and cognitive processes. (pp. 45-62), Gdańsk: GWP. (in Polish)
  18. Joorman J., Krejtz I., Sedek G. (2006). Cognitive deficits in depression – the role of inhibition. [in:] M. Fajkowska-Stanik, M. Marszał-Wiśniewska i G. Sędek, (Eds). Peering at thoughts and feelings. Disorders and optimalization of emotional and cognitive processes. (pp. 148-168). Gdańsk: GWP. (in Polish)
  19. Krejtz K., Krejtz I. (2005). Content analysis – theory and research practice. [in:] K. Stemplewska-Żakowicz, K. Krejtz , T. Szutrowa (Eds.) Psychological interview, vol. 1, (pp. 129-149). Pracownia Testów Psychologicznych, Warsaw. (in Polish)
  20. Krejtz I., Krejtz K. (2005). Reliability in qualitative and quantitative content analysis. [in:] K. Stemplewska-Żakowicz, K. Krejtz , T. Szutrowa (Eds.) Psychological interview, vol. 1, (pp. 231-249). Pracownia Testów Psychologicznych, Warsaw. (in Polish)
  21. Krejtz I., Sędek. G., Szymaszek A. (2005). Symptoms of intellectual helplessness. [in:] K. Piber-Dąbrowska, A. Brzezicka-Rotkiewicz (Eds.) When do we stop thinking? Non-personality distractors of mental ability. Warsaw: Academica. (in Polish)
  22. Krejtz I., Cyryańska M., Spórna M. (2005). Ungood spider is not that bad – cogitive biases in phobia. [w:] K. Piber-Dąbrowska, A. Brzezicka-Rotkiewicz (Eds.) When do we stop thinking? Non-personality distractors of mental ability. Warsaw: Academica. (in Polish)