A Festschrift in honour of Maria Lewicka (Guest Editors Adrian Wójcik, Sabina Toruńczyk-Ruiz, Anna Wnuk, Katarzyna Byrka) [Vol 14 No 2 (2019)]
This issue of Social Psychological Bulletin (SPB) is dedicated to Professor Maria (Marysia) Lewicka, in honor of her 70th birthday. Maria is probably best known for her work on environmental psychology, with a particular focus on place-related collective memory and place attachment. But she has also published in the fields of social cognition and decision making. Maria’s considerable research interests also extend to social psychology, and she has been an active facilitator and mentor in this field for many years. As Maria was a founder of SPB (which, at the time, was called Psychologia Spoleczna) and also its first Editor-in-Chief, we felt it was fitting that her birthday should be celebrated with a special issue of the journal—so, here it is! This issue consists of seven papers that were either inspired by, or are closely related to, Maria’s academic interests. Although the contributions are highly diverse, they revolve around environmental psychology and socio-psychological research on collective memory.