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Adrian Dominik Wojcik

Faculty of Philosophy and Social Sciences, Nicolaus Copernicus University

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Adrian Dominik Wojcik holds the position of an associate professor of social and conservation psychology at the Faculty of Philosophy and Social Sciences, Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, Poland. Additionally, he serves as the Vice-Dean for Research at the same institution. His primary research centres around conservation psychology, specifically investigating the relationship between pro-environmental behaviour and broader attitudes encompassing religious values, political ideology, and social identity. Additionally, he is actively involved in climate activism, wherein he organizes workshops for environmental organizations, promoting pro-environmental attitudes.

Country(ies) of Specialty

Poland United Kingdom

Focus areas of expertise

Greenwashing Communications research Public opinion Social movements

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cik, Adrian Dominik.
“Between Lynn White and Big Gods – Religious Sources of pro-Environmental
Attitudes – Cross-Cultural Test of Lynn White’s Hypothesis.” Current
Research in Ecological and Social Psychology, May 2023, 100109.

Wojcik, Adrian, and
Aleksandra Cislak. “When Appreciating Nature Makes One Care Less for Human Beings: The Role of Belief in Just Nature in Helping Victims of Natural
Disasters.” Social Justice Research 26, no. 3 (September 2013): 253–71.

Wojcik, Adrian
Dominik, Aleksandra Cislak, and Peter Schmidt. “‘The Left Is Right’: Left and Right Political Orientation across Eastern and Western Europe.” The Social
Science Journal, 2021.

Cislak, Aleksandra,
Adrian D. Wójcik, Julia Borkowska, and Taciano L. Milfont. “Secure and Defensive Forms of National Identity and Public Support for Climate Policies.” PLOS
Climate 2, no. 6 (June 8, 2023): e0000146.

Cislak, Aleksandra, Aleksandra Cichocka, Adrian
Dominik Wojcik, and Taciano L. Milfont. “Words Not Deeds: National Narcissism, National Identification, and Support for Greenwashing versus Genuine Proenvironmental Campaigns.” Journal of Environmental Psychology 74 (April 2021): 101576.

Cislak, Aleksandra, Adrian Dominik Wojcik, and
Aleksandra Cichocka. “Cutting the Forest down to Save Your Face: Narcissistic National Identification Predicts Support for Anti-Conservation Policies.” Journal of Environmental Psychology 59 (August 2018): 65–73.

Wojcik, Adrian Dominik, and Marzena Cypryańska. “Can COVID-19 Help Save the World? The Consequence of the Pandemic for Changes in Climate Change Mitigation at the Institutional and Individual Levels.” In The Social Science of the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Call to Action for Researchers, edited
by Monica K Miller. Oxford University Press, in press.


Wojcik, Adrian
Dominik, Dominika Jurgiel, and Mateusz Strzałkowski. “‘Disruption to End the
Destruction’ – Support for the Circular Economy Within and Against the Economic
System.” In The Human Dimension of the Circular Economy. Reframing the
Mindset at Macro, Organizational and Individual Levels, edited by Aldona
Glińska-Neweś and Paulina Ulkuniemi. Elgar, In press.