KONFERENCJE MIĘDZYNARODOWE

2021

  • Bronowicka P., Waliłko J., Brytek-Matera A. (2021). Connection between psychological and behavioral features of orthorexia nervosa and excess body weight. The International Conference on Eating Disorders  “Cultivating inclusivity & diversity across research & practice” (Virtual ICED 2021).

  • Brytek-Matera A. (2021). Emotion dysregulation and its connection with abnormal eating pattern: pathways from negative emotions to weight status. The 20th WPA World Congress of Psychiatry (Virtual Congress).

  • Brytek-Matera A. (2021). Dietary patterns and orthorexia nervosa: an evidence-based literature review. The 20th WPA World Congress of Psychiatry (Virtual Congress).

  • Brytek-Matera A. (2021). The effects of physical activity on emotion regulation and eating behaviours. The 32nd International Congress of Psychology (ICP) “Psychology in the 21st century: open minds, societies and world (Virtual Congress).

  • Brytek-Matera A., Bronowicka P., Waliłko J. (2021). Restraint theory: significance of rumination. The 29th European Congress of Psychiatry “Personalising and integrating mental health care in the digital area” (Virtual Congress).

  • Brytek-Matera A., Czepczor-Bernat K. (2021). Potential predictors of BMI among children and adolescents: a preliminary comparative study. The 32nd International Congress of Psychology (ICP) “Psychology in the 21st century: open minds, societies and world” (Virtual Congress)

  • Charzyńska E., Atroszko P., Brytek-Matera A. (2021). Not everyone is the same: latent profile analysis of food addiction, personality traits and loneliness among young adults. The 29th European Congress of Psychiatry “Personalising and integrating mental health care in the digital area” (Virtual Congress).

  • Czepczor-Bernat K., Matusik P., Brytek-Matera A. (2021). The role of restrained and uncontrolled eating in children’s concerns about weight and shape and quality of life. Prague, Czech Republic. The 32nd International Congress of Psychology (ICP) “Psychology in the 21st century: open minds, societies and world” (Virtual Congress)

  • O’Leary D., Brytek-Matera A., Gross J. (2021). Negative affect, affect regulation, and food choice: a value-based decision-making analysis. The 29th European Congress of Psychiatry “Personalising and integrating mental health care in the digital area” (Virtual Congress).

  • Waliłko J., Bronowicka P., Brytek-Matera A. (2021). Mediating role of lack of familiarity with one’s own body in emotional eating-interoceptive awareness relationship among patients with bulimia nervosa. The International Conference on Eating Disorders “Cultivating inclusivity & diversity across research & practice” (Virtual ICED 2021).

2020

  • Brytek-Matera A. (2020). The effect of negative emotions on food intake and maladaptive eating behaviour: a literature review.  The 10th Asian Conference on Psychology & the Behavioral Sciences. Tokyo, Japan.

  • Czepczor-Bernat K., Brytek-Matera A. (2020). Food-related behaviours and nutritional status: a parent-child dyad approach. The 10th Asian Conference on Psychology & the Behavioral Sciences. Tokyo, Japan.

  • Czepczor-Bernat K., Brytek-Matera A. (2020). The impact of maladaptive eating behaviours on body mass index, body dissatisfaction and quality of life in children: a structural equation modeling approach. The 10th Asian Conference on Psychology & the Behavioral Sciences. Tokyo, Japan.

  • Czepczor-Bernat K., Brytek-Matera A., Matusik P. (2020). Homeostatic Theory of Obesity: assessment of a revised version of the Circle of Discontent among children and adolescents. European and International Congress on Obesity (online ECOICO 2020).

  2019

  • Baron N., Cierpiał M., Modrzejewska A., Brytek-Matera A. (2019). Positive cognitive emotion regulation and physical activity among young adults: an experimental study.  The 7th Maltepe University International Student Congress (MUISC). Istanbul, Turkey.
  • Brytek-Matera A. (2019). Which factors predict orthorexia nervosa in women? Results from two independent studies. XVI European Congress of Psychology “Psychology: creating the future together”. Moscow, Russia.
  • Brytek-Matera A., Czepczor-Bernat K. (2019). Impact of objectively measured physical activity and body composition on eating behaviours in young adults. XVI European Congress of Psychology “Psychology: creating the future together”. Moscow, Russia.
  • Brytek-Matera A., Czepczor-Bernat K., Modrzejewska A. (2019). Physical activity-related predictors of maladaptive eating behaviours: a preliminary experimental study using eHealth technology. The 33rd annual conference of the European Health Psychology Society (EHPS 2019): “Individuals and Professionals. Cooperation to Health”. Dubrovnik, Croatia.
  • Czepczor-Bernat K., Brytek-Matera A. (2019). Emotional functioning, eating behaviours and body image: e-mental health intervention among women with BMI≥25 kg/m2. The 33rd annual conference of the European Health Psychology Society (EHPS 2019): “Individuals and Professionals. Cooperation to Health”. Dubrovnik, Croatia.
  • Czepczor-Bernat K., Kołodziejczyk N., Brytek-Matera A. (2019). Verification of the Marks’ Homeostatic Theory of Obesity: a pilot study among child-parent dyads.  The International Conference on Eating Disorders (ICED 2019) “Start Spreading the News. Education, Dissemination & the Science of Eating Disorders”. New York, United States.
  • Czepczor-Bernat K., Modrzejewska A., Brytek-Matera A. (2019). Potential predictors of physical activity in young adults: a preliminary accelerometer-based study. The 33rd annual conference of the European Health Psychology Society (EHPS 2019): “Individuals and Professionals. Cooperation to Health”. Dubrovnik, Croatia.
  • Gattino S., Rollero C., Boza M., Czepczor-Bernat K., Brytek-Matera A., Lemoine J.E., Reza S.N., Wilson E. (2019). Fattori protettivi e di rischio del processo di auto-oggettivazione: una ricerca cross-culturale [Protective and risk factors of the self-objectification process: a cross-cultural research]. XVI Convegno Nazionale della Sezione di Psicologia Sociale dell’Associazione Italiana di Psicologia. Rome, Italy.
  • Mandecka N., Cierpiał M., Brytek-Matera A. (2019). What psychology students know about eating disorders? A pre- and post-test preliminary study on knowledge of eating disorders and eating- and weight-related problems. Alpbach, Austria. The 27th International Conference on Eating Disorders.
  • Modrzejewska A., Brytek-Matera A. (2019). Interoception, body weight dissatisfaction and avoidance behaviours: are patients with anorexia nervosa different from each other? Alpbach, Austria. The 27th International Conference on Eating Disorders.

2018

  • Brytek-Matera A. (2018). The link between orthorexia nervosa and abnormal eating and body image attitudes and obsessive-compulsive disorder.  XI Congresso Nazionale SISDCA “Ricerca, pratica clinica, relazioni internazionali: nuove frontiere nel trattamento dei disturbi dell’alimentazione e dell’obesità”. Rome, Italy.
  • Brytek-Matera A., Czepczor-Bernat K., Jurzak H., Napieralski P., Kornacka M. (2018). Assessment of repetitive negative thinking and eating behaviours among women and men on vegetarian diets: a mobile technology based Ecological Momentary Assessment study.  The 29th International Congress of Applied Psychology “Psychology: Connecting Science to Solutions” (ICAP 2018). Montréal, Canada.
  • Brytek-Matera A., Czepczor-Bernat K., Kornacka M. (2018). Rumination and eating styles in patients with overweight: a preliminary ecological momentary assessment study. The International Conference on Eating Disorders (ICED 2018) “Innovation. Expanding our Community & Perspectives”. Chicago, United States.
  • Brytek-Matera A., Jurzak H., Czepczor-Bernat K., Napieralski P., Kornacka M. (2018). Do perseverative thinking and extreme focus on healthy eating change after induction of food-related pictures in vegetarians? The results of a pilot study.  The 29th International Congress of Applied Psychology “Psychology: Connecting Science to Solutions” (ICAP 2018). Montréal, Canada.
  • Czepczor-Bernat K., Brytek-Matera A. (2018). The assessment of eating behavior and body image among people with excessive and normal body weight: direct, indirect and buffer effect and model of moderated mediation.  The International Conference on Eating Disorders (ICED 2018) “Innovation. Expanding our Community & Perspectives”. Chicago, United States.
  • Czepczor-Bernat K., Brytek-Matera A. (2018). The REMEBI complex psychological intervention among individuals with excessive body weight: a longitudinal study.  The 29th International Congress of Applied Psychology “Psychology: Connecting Science to Solutions” (ICAP 2018). Montréal, Canada.
  • Czepczor-Bernat K., Kołodziejczyk N., Brytek-Matera A. (2018). The role of body image experiences in the treatment of overweight and obesity: the REMEBI complex psychological intervention. The 26th International Conference on Eating Disorders. Alpbach, Austria.
  • Kołodziejczyk N., Czepczor-Bernat K., Brytek-Matera A. (2018). Analysis of relationships between orthorexia features and eating behaviors and body image- related distress in overweight and obese people. The 25th European Congress on Obesity (ECO2018). Wien, Austria.