Karolina Dyduch-Hazar

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Karolina Dyduch-Hazar

PhD Student, SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities in Warsaw

Summary of research

My research interests focus on individual and collective narcissism, mechanisms of retaliatory behaviors and psychology of intergroup relations. I am trying to understand how belief about the hedonistic function of revenge motivate people to retaliate after feeling oneself harmed. Currently, I am working on a novel scale measuring hedonistic beliefs about revenge. I also investigate how revengefulness shapes intergroup relations. I am an active member of Dr. Agnieszka Golec de Zavala's PrejudiceLab at Goldsmiths, University of London. I was also a guest researcher at Department of Social Psychology of Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main, Germany.

Research interests

Belief in the hedonistic function of revenge, retaliatory aggression, collective narcissism, revengfulness

Publications

Dyduch-Hazar, K., Mrozinski, B., & Golec de Zavala, A. (2019). Collective narcissism and in-group satisfaction predict opposite attitudes toward refugees via attribution of hostility. Frontiers in Psychology. 10:1901. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2019.01901


Golec de Zavala, A., Dyduch-Hazar, K., & Lantos, D. (2019). Collective narcissism: Political consequences of investing self-worth in the in-group's image. Political Psychology, 40(S1), 37-74.

Grants and awards

Fulbright Junior Research Award 2020/2021 [Polish-American Fullbright Commission] Social Psychology and Neuroscience Lab, Virginia Commonwealth University


Preludium Grant – 36 200 euro [National Science Center, Poland] Is revenge "sweet"? Examining the role of anticipated pleasure from revenge on retaliatory behavior


BST Grant – 1 700 euro [SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities in Warsaw] WP/2018/B/32 Validation of Hedonistic Beliefs About Revenge Scale


Conference grant – 650 euro [SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities in Warsaw] for attending annual convention of Society for Personality and Social Psychology in Portland, USA

Conference presentations

Dyduch-Hazar, K., Mrozinski, B., & Golec de Zavala, A. (2019, September). Opposite unique associations of collective narcissism and in-group satisfaction with hostility toward refugees via attribution of hostility. In A. Brylka (Chair), Predictors of tolerance toward otherness. Symposium conducted at 16th Congress of Polish Society of Social Psychology. Poznan, Poland.


Dyduch-Hazar, K., Golec de Zavala, A., & Mrozinski, B. (2019, July). Introducing Hedonistic Beliefs About Revenge Scale. In A. Golec de Zavala (Chair), Individual predictors of intergroup hostility: facilitators and inhibitors. Symposium conducted at the 2019 Conference of International Society for the Study of Individual Differences, Florence, Italy.


Dyduch-Hazar, K., Mrozinski, B., & Golec de Zavala, A. (2019, July). Collective narcissism predicts retaliatory intergroup aggression via belief in the hedonistic power of intergroup revenge especially when the past harm to the in-group is made salient. In A. Golec de Zavala (Chair), Individual predictors of intergroup hostility: facilitators and inhibitors. Symposium conducted at the 2019 Conference of International Society for the Study of Individual Differences, Florence, Italy.


Dyduch-Hazar, K., Mrozinski, B., Cypryanska, M., & Golec de Zavala, A. (2019, July). Opposite unique relationships of collective narcissism and ingroup satisfaction on intergroup aggression via hedonistic beliefs about revenge. In A. Golec de Zavala (Chair), National collective narcissism: vengeful hostility towards minorities and ambivalence towards the European Union. Symposium conducted at the 2019 Annual Scientific Meeting of International Society for Political Psychology, Lisbon, Portugal.


Dyduch-Hazar, K., Mrozinski, B., & Golec de Zavala, A. (2019, February). The role of anticipated mood improvement in the relationship between collective narcissism and intergroup hostility. Poster presented at SPSP 2019 Annual Convention. Portland, OR, United States.


Dyduch-Hazar, K., & van Dick, R. (2018, September). ‘They don’t like us, we will show them’: Do ostracized group members prefer autocratic leaders? The role of collective narcissism. Poster presented at 51st Congress of German Psychological Society. Frankfurt am Main, Germany.

Latest posts

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XVI Congress of Polish Society of Social Psychology in Poznan

A panel session Predictors of tolerance toward otherness at 16th Congress of Polish Society of Social Psychology, September 20-22 in Poznan, Poland.

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Why collective narcissism and in-group satisfaction predict opposite attitudes toward refugess in Poland?

In our recently published paper (Dyduch-Hazar, Mrozinski and Golec de Zavala, 2019), we investigated why collective narcissism and in-group satisfacti

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42nd Annual Meeting of International Society of Political Psychology in Lisbon

We had the pleasure of delivering a symposium, “National collective narcissism: vengeful hostility towards minorities and ambivalence towards the Euro

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ISPP 2019: Beliefs about own group, hedonistic function of revenge and aggression against refugees

Collective narcissism and in-group satisfaction are alternative beliefs people may hold about social identities they share (Golec de Zavala, Dyduch-Ha

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See you at the International Society for the Study of Individual Differences Conference in Florence!

Our lab will be conducting a symposium on Individual predictors of intergroup hostility: facilitators and inhibitors. In this symposium we will talk a

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