Peter Babinčák

born in 1977, he is an associate professor at the Institute of Psychology of the Faculty of Arts, the University of Prešov. He lectures and conducts seminars on psychological methodology and basic statistical methods in psychology, and optional disciplines in the field of general and experimental psychology and psychology of morality, and he also conducts bachelor’s seminars. His research focuses on the subjective assessment of quality of life, and the psychological causes and consequences of poverty. Another area of his research interest is the issue of moral reasoning and its measurement. He currently holds the position of director at the Institute of Psychology.

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