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Ewa Miedzobrodzka is a PhD Candidate in Media Psychology at the Department of Communication Science. She is studying effects of violent video games exposure on adolescents under supervision of prof. Elly Konijn, prof. Lydia Krabbendam, and dr. Johanna van Hooff. Her PhD project is funded by a Research Talent Grant (NWO).

Ewa graduated Master studies in psychology in Poland (2013, SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities). After graduation, she worked as a research assistant in projects on gambling (SWPS University), and on the effects of violent video games on emotional and cognitive processes (SWPS University, VU Amsterdam).

Research

In her PhD research, Ewa combines Media Psychology, Developmental Psychology and Neuroscience to study behavioral and neural correlates of violent video game exposure on social and cognitive skills in adolescent players.

Teaching

  • Essentials of Media Psychology (Media violence effects; Media, mind, and brain)
  • Supervision BA theses
  • Supervision MA theses

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Keywords

  • H Social Sciences
  • video games
  • adolescents
  • development
  • media violence
  • ERP

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Research Output 2015 2015

Polish adaptation and validation of Gambling Craving Scale (GACS)

Buczny, J. & Miedzobrodzka, E. J., 2015, Gambling Addiction and Other Behavioral Addictions: Research Reports. Niewiadomska, I. (ed.). Warsaw, Poland: Res Humanae Foundation, p. 39-56 287 p.

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