Agata Jastrzębowska-Tyczkowska

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Dr. Agata Jastrzębowska-Tyczkowska is social psychologist. She fulfills several functions at the SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities. She is a Senior Lecturer at the Faculty of Psychology and Dean’s Representative for Professional Practices and Alumni. She is also Evaluation and Alumni Expert at the Interdisciplinary Doctoral School and SWPS University and the coordinator of the Industrial Doctorate Program by Ministry of Sciences and Higher Education, first edition of SWPS University with Copernicus Science Center. She was also Editor-in-Chief of the pre-publication Series of Youth Working Papers in Youth Research Center of SWPS University.

She is a member of Mobility Research Group of SWPS University:

https://english.swps.pl/research/research-centers/mobility-research-group

In 2011-2015 she conducted the project on alumni’s careers. In 2015-2016, she cooperated with the Ministry of Science and Higher Education on the alumni careers’ central monitoring project – a nationwide survey of graduate careers based on the Polish Social Insurance Institution data.

She is a research fellow of Youth Research Center where she develops her scientific interests which relate to: matching competences, resources and well-being of young migrants and transferable competences.

In personal life she is happy wife and the mother to Zdzisław and Marian.

Publications:

Jastrzebowska A. (2020). Dopasowanie kompetencyjne człowieka do pracy. Warszawa: Scholar.

Grabowska, I., & Jastrzebowska, A. (2019). The impact of migration on human capacities of two generations of Poles: the interplay of the individual and the social in human capital approaches. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 1-19.

Jastrzębowska-Tyczkowska, A., & Skarżyńska, K. (2016). Kiedy zadowoleni z pracy są także zadowoleni z życia? Rola kompetencji pracownika i jego dopasowania do środowiska pracy. Czasopismo Psychologiczne-Pychological Journal22(2).

Michalaszek, A., & Jastrzębowska, A. (2012). Metody Mouselab i WebDiP jako przykłady komputerowych metod śledzenia procesu stosowanych w badaniu procesów decyzyjnych. W: W. Paluchowski, A. Bujacz, P. Haładziński, L. Kaczmarek (red.). Nowoczesne metody badawcze wpsychologii, 207-222.