Igor Pietkiewicz
Igor Pietkiewicz
Assistant Professor, University of Social Sciences & Humanities, Faculty in Katowice, Poland
Verified email at swps.edu.pl
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A practical guide to using interpretative phenomenological analysis in qualitative research psychology
I Pietkiewicz, JA Smith
Psychological journal 20 (1), 7-14, 2014
Praktyczny przewodnik interpretacyjnej analizy fenomenologicznej w badaniach jakościowych w psychologii
I Pietkiewicz, JA Smith
Czasopismo Psychologiczne 18 (2), 361-369, 2012
Concept mapping with South Asian immigrant women: barriers to mammography and solutions
F Ahmad, S Mahmood, I Pietkiewicz, L McDonald, O Ginsburg
Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health 14 (2), 242-250, 2012
Living in sin? How gay Catholics manage their conflicting sexual and religious identities
IJ Pietkiewicz, M Kołodziejczyk-Skrzypek
Archives of Sexual Behavior 45 (6), 1573-1585, 2016
Help-seeking attitudes and coping strategies among Roman Catholic secular clergy.
IJ Pietkiewicz, D Bachryj
Psychology of Religion and Spirituality 8 (1), 13, 2016
Maladaptive daydreaming as a new form of behavioral addiction
IJ Pietkiewicz, S Nęcki, A Bańbura, R Tomalski
Journal of behavioral addictions 7 (3), 838-843, 2018
Reaching a decision to change vocation: A qualitative study of former priests’ experiences
IJ Pietkiewicz
International journal for educational and vocational guidance 16 (3), 379-404, 2016
Work activity in the process of recovery: an interpretive phenomenological analysis of the experiences of people with a schizophrenia spectrum diagnosis
A Panczak, I Pietkiewicz
Psychiatr Pol 50 (4), 805-826, 2016
Culture, religion, and ethnomedicine: The Tibetan diaspora in India
I Pietkiewicz
University Press of Amer, 2008
A practical guide to using interpretative phenomenological analysis in qualitative research psychology. Psychological Journal, 20 (1), 7–14
I Pietkiewicz, JA Smith
Qualitative research in counseling psychology: A primer in research …, 2014
Burial rituals and cultural changes in the polish community–a qualitative study
I Pietkiewicz
Polish Psychological Bulletin, 2012
Attitudes to professional boundaries among therapists with and without substance abuse history
I Pietkiewicz, K Skowrońska-Włoch
Polish Psychological Bulletin, 2017
Exorcism leads to reenactment of trauma in a Mauritian Woman
IJ Pietkiewicz, M Lecoq-Bamboche
Journal of child sexual abuse 26 (8), 970-992, 2017
Validity and reliability of the Polish online and pen-and-paper versions of the Somatoform Dissociation Questionnaires (SDQ-20 and PSDQ-5)
IJ Pietkiewicz, AM Helka, R Tomalski
European Journal of Trauma & Dissociation 3 (1), 23-31, 2019
Crossing the boundaries of privacy in accidental encounters: Interpretative phenomenological analysis of therapists' experiences
IJ Pietkiewicz, M Włodarczyk
Clinical psychology & psychotherapy 22 (6), 708-721, 2015
Salutary, pathogenic, and pathoplastic aspects of the Jehovah’s Witness culture
IJ Pietkiewicz
Journal of Family Studies 20 (2), 148-165, 2014
Aktywność zawodowa w procesie zdrowienia–interpretacyjna analiza fenomenologiczna doświadczeń pacjentów ze spektrum schizofrenii
A Pańczak, I Pietkiewicz
Psychiatria Polska 6, 2015
Validity and reliability of the revised Polish online and pen-and-paper versions of the Dissociative Experiences Scale (DESR-PL)
IJ Pietkiewicz, AM Hełka, R Tomalski
European Journal of Trauma & Dissociation 3 (4), 235-243, 2019
Cultural pathoplasticity in a Mauritian woman with possession-form presentation: Is it dissociative or not?
IJ Pietkiewicz, M Lecoq-Bamboche, O van der Hart
European Journal of Trauma & Dissociation 4 (2), 100131, 2020
Strategie copingu religijnego w sytuacji utraty - implikacje do terapii
I Pietkiewicz
Czasopismo Psychologiczne 16 (2), 289–299, 2010
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