Conference program with speech summaries (downloadable)

THURSDAY, May 12, 2016
9.00-9.30 Registration
10.00-10.15 Opening of the conference
10.15-11.25 Session I. Consumer Behaviour

  1. Demand side management using "Grivalria" (B. Gołębiowska)
  2. Personal experiences of the disaster and the tendency to acquire insurance (A. Połeć, J. Traczyk, A. Sobków, T. Tyszka)
  3. How do Polish private investors rate stock market trends? (A. Lewandowska)
11.25-11.55 Coffee break
11.55-13.00 Plenary lecture I 

Dr Hab. Michał Wierzchoń: Rationality of consumer decisions and behaviors in the light of modern cognitive theories. Unconscious processing of information in basic and applied studies

13.00-14.00 Lunch
14.00-15.50 Parallel sessions

Session IIA. Decisions 1

  1. Rationality of decisions and strategies for selection and Dualism of Poznań (P.Śleboda, J. Sokolowska-Pohorille)
  2. Are people interested in probabilities of natural disasters? (J. Mihailowa, T. Tyszka, K. Pfeifer)
  3. Probabilistic bases of the illusion of control (E. Kubińska, M. Czupryna, Ł. Markiewicz)
  4. Cognitive abilities and analytical thinking style and overconfidence (A. Domurat, M. Proteins)
  5. The role of numerical abilities, the need for cognition and intelligence in making easy and difficult decisions (J. Traczyk, K.Fuławka, J. Kuś, A.Sobków)


Session IIB. Psychology of advertising and brand

  1. Do ad viewers remember what annoys them? (G. Banerski, M. Matyja, K. Przybyszewski)
  2. Cognitive control in the perception of consistency of conceptual press ads. The formation of illusory dependencies (M. Gąsiorowska, A. Grochowska)
  3. Memory distortion in the context of ad consistency. Effects for recognition and free recall (A. Grochowska, A. Falkowski, J. Olszewska)
  4. Consistency or inconsistency – what better affects affecting affective attitudes towards the brand? (A. Popławska, A. Opoka)
  5. Interpretative framework and contrasting model of similarity in shaping the image of the economic and political brand (A. Falkowski, M. Jabłońska, M. Sidoruk-Błach)


15.50-16.20 Break
16.20-17.30 Parallel sessions 

Session IIIA. Decisions 2

  1. Women's perceived intelligence and physical attractiveness as economic bads in men's mating choices (A. Karbowski, D. Deja, M. Zawisza)
  2. Cognitive representation levels and the tendency to cheat depending on the beneficiaries of the fraud committed (A. Macko, M Malawski, M. Niesiobędzka)
  3. The uncertainty of consequences helps to solve moral dilemmas (M. Białka, T. Tyszka)

Session IIIB. Personal finance 1

  1. Choices in line with the negative discount rate resulting from the Behavioral Life Cycle Hypothesis (M. Palenik)
  2. Abstract processing of information facilitates deferral of financial gratification (J. Rudzińska-Wojciechowska)
  3. The impact of activating self-control thinking on the economic choices of children aged 9-12 (A. Trzcińska, K. Sekścińska, D. Maison)
19.30 Gala Dinner (Cadenza Restaurant, Wojciech Kilar Square 1 in Katowice)
FRIDAY, May 13, 2016
9.00-10.00 Registration
10.00-11.50 Parallel sessions

IVA session. Risk

  1. Affective assessment and the relationship between perceived risk and profit (A. Żyłowska)
  2. Numerical abilities as moderator of the impact of incidental affection on the tendency to take risks (K. Fuławka, J. Traczyk, T. Zaleśkiewicz)
  3. Promotional and preventive self-regulatory attitude and austerity, investment and risky financial choices (K. Sekścińska, D. Maison, A. Trzcińska)
  4. Better sort? Genes and risk-prone ness and capital placement with stock investors (R. Muda, M. Kicia, M. Michalak, A. Filip, P. Gawda, M. Ginszt)
  5. Who doesn't risk this one doesn't drink champagne? Longitudinal study of changes in risk preferences over time (Ł. Markiewicz)

IVB session. Economic psychology and social factors

  1. Secondary burnout syndrome as a result of interpersonal relationships at work (E. Lisowska)
  2. Gender discrimination in a male-dominated environment. Results of the election results of the participants of the game show (N. Starzykowska, M. Krawczyk)
  3. Effects of cognitive load on showing trust (K. Samson)
  4. The impact of activating the idea of money on social trust (A. Kuźmińska, A. Gąsiorowska, K. Vohs)
  5. Relationships of materialism and spirituality of parents and teenagers in the context of the quality of the relationship of parents (A. Zawadzka, M. Niesiobędzka)
11.50-12.20 Coffee break
12.20-13.50 Session V. Personal Finance 2

  1. Tell me what I want to hear: The conceptual effect in assigning the authority of epistemic financial advisers (A. Gąsiorowska, T. Zaleskiewicz)
  2. Financial Advisor: seller or expert? Investment recommendations and customer satisfaction and perception of the authority of the adviser (M. Kicia, K. Stasiuk, R. Muda, B. Danieluk)
  3. Social standards in the process of borrowing and repaying financial obligations (A. Hełka, M. Wójcik)
  4. Debtor uneven – about psychological factors differentiating motives and styles of debt and strategies to leave debts (D. Maison, A Hełka)
13.50-15.00 Lunch + Poster session

  1. Double gap: impact of threat to the wage market (M. Adamus)
  2. Gender effect on the real estate market (J. Brzezicka, R. Wiśniewski)
  3. Modular mind and activation of the idea of money, family and homeland – understanding logical implications in the context of cognitive procedure (L. Jach)
  4. Impact of visual disinformation elements on the assessment of the hero of the reportage (M. Michalik)
  5. Social responsibility of business from the perspective of small and medium-sized enterprises (E. Samardakiewicz, O. Gorbaniuk, A. Plewko, M. Wójcik, M. Wołowiec, K. Śliwka, D. Kowalski)
  6. Prospects and problems of unification of behavioral economics (A. Sołek)
  7. Using the experimental method in examining the possibility of changing the information resource of high school students on the future path of education and labour market prospects (E. Welter, P. Kusztelak)
15.00-15.45 ASPE General Meeting
15.45-16.00 Break
16.00-17.00 Plenary lecture by Elizabeth Bieńkowska, European Commissioner for Internal Market and Services
17.00 Conclusion of the conference