I specialize in work and organizational psychology with a focus on health and well-being of workers. I am particularly interested in prevention of common mental health problems, such as exhaustion and burnout, which often have their source in work-related stress.
I currently lead three research projects focusing on the time varying effects of work-related stressors on workers' health, the need for psychological support initiatives for healthcare workers and managers during the Covid-19 pandemic, and the development of a mobile application to monitor work-related stress and facilitate stress recovery.
I am primarily interested in the application of advanced methodological techniques, such as person-centered analyses, measurement invariance analyses, and intensive longitudinal data analyses, to answer novel research questions in organizational and psychological sciences. By translating new methods developed in interdisciplinary research fields, and applying them to workplace intervention studies, I wish to help researchers and practitioners succeed with their intervention programs to help improve workers’ health and build sustainable work environments.
I am involved in teaching psychometrics and measurement construction, as well as topics related to work and organizational psychology, on both undergraduate and graduate levels.
I also teach a doctoral course on Construction and validation of measurement in behavioral sciences (4.5 credits). The course covers those aspects of classical test theory and modern latent variables theory that are necessary for doctoral students to successfully use a measurement instrument in their research projects.
In 2021, I completed my postdoctoral training at the Division of Psychology, Department of Clinical Neuroscience, Karolinska Institutet.
In 2017, I received a PhD in psychology from Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz, Germany.
In 2012-2014, I was a visiting researcher at the Department of Psychology, Stockholm University.
In 2012, I was a visiting researcher at the University of Tromsø in Norway.
In 2009, I completed a psychology program at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland.
Academic honours, awards and prizes
2013 Swedish Institute Scholarship
2012 Węclewicz Family Scholarship Award