Pawel Bronowski, Ph.D.

Dr. Bronowski received his Ph.D. from the Department of Psychology at the Jagiellonian University in Cracow in 1999. Dr Bronowski is a clinical psychologist and an academic in the IV Psychiatric Department of the Institute of Psychiatry and Neurology in Warsaw, Poland.

His research interests are connected with psychosocial aspects of alcohol addiction. In accordance with his interests, Dr. Bronowski has dealt with such problems as alcohol, drugs, and tobacco consumption among pregnant women (pro- and retrospective research), factors involved in undertaking treatment and abstinence maintenance by patients who had suffered from an alcohol psychosis (follow up study) and issues related to AA Community (factors determining the decision to accept the AA offer by addicts who were patients of the psychiatric ward, the structure of values, and the system of social support among AA Community members). Dr. Bronowski is an author of several publications related to the problem of addictions.



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