Editorial Board Member - JNH
Dr. Magdalena Pilska graduated from Faculty of Psychology of University of Warsaw in 2000 where she received Master’s degree in Psychology and her PhD in Nutritional Sciences from Faculty of Human Nutrition and Consumer Sciences of Warsaw University of Life Sciences in 2006. Her research interests has always focused on social psychology area and evolved towards food and eating. Working on her PhD thesis she explored the impact of five main personality traits (included in Big Five Personality Model) on women healthy eating behavior, eating attitudes and healthy eating knowledge.
Dr Pilska has been an Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Human Nutrition and Consumer Science of WULS and full member of Polish Society of Social Psychology from 2008. In her university work dr Pilska further investigates wide range of psychological factors influencing human eating behaviors – from healthy diet to eating disorders and obesity. While teaching students dr Pilska conducts lectures and seminars of Psychology of Food and Eating, Social Psychology, General Psychology through blended learning and e-learing.
All areas where psychology meets eating:
- Especially social psychology, implicit and explicit attitudes, psychological and Social determinants of human eating behavior.
- Relationships between emotions, mood, personality traits and healthy or unhealthy diet.
- The psychological aspects that determinate eating disorders and obesity.
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