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Association for Contextual Behavioral Science Polska (ACBS Polska)
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Affiliated 2016

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Poland Chapter website: http://acbs.pl/

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Contact Information

Lidia Baran
University of Silesia in Katowice
Katowice, Poland


President: Hubert Czupała
Vice president: Agnieszka Biernacka

Members at Large: Magdalena Hyla, Barbara Ostrowska, Jakub Szymański 
Members of the Review Committee: Konrad Ambroziak, Mateusz Fudali, Agnieszka Wroczyńska 
Secretary/Treasurer: Lidia Baran
Student Representative: Joanna Gawrońska


Chapter mission is to alleviate human suffering and improve the quality of human life. Intermediate objectives that support the achievement of the main objective are to support the development of research in Poland and practice within a functional contextualism, in accordance with the fields of cognitive psychology and behavioral therapy.

Description of Chapter Activities

1) Follow our work on: YoutTube, Facebook, website.
2) Conferences: III Poznań ACT & CBS Conference
3) An initiative to adapt ACBS questionnaires to Polish. Currently the first paper is "Polish Version of the Acceptance and Action Questionnaire-II (AAQ-II)". Other papers will follow.
4) Polish language materials


Description of Membership

To become a member a person must complete a form on the website of the Association and pay the annual membership fee. To remain a member, a person must not fall behind with any contributions or debts, both in the ACBS Polska, as well as the ACBS. The members of the ACBS Polska may be individuals interested in the development of functional contextualism in the field of science and practice.

The types of membership: Professional Member, Student Member, Associate Member, Honorary Member. Membership fees are determined annually by the Commission Board and paid to the ACBS Polska.

Fee: minimal - 60PLN, recommended - 100PLN.


ACBS Newsletter Article June 2018: III Poznańska Konferencja ACT i CBS: International Collaboration Made This European Conference a Success