Krzysztof StanisLAw Hirszel
Krzysztof StanisLAw Hirszel, Polish psychology educator, social psychology researcher. Fellow United Nations, 1964; Psychologists and Social Workers scholar British Committee International Exchange, 1965, Copernicus scholar Bielefeld's University, 1986. Member POlish Marketing Association.
Hirszel, Krzysztof StanisLAw was born on July 25, 1929 in Warsaw, Poland. Son of Wladyslaw Marceli and Stanislawa Franciszka (Stranc) Hirszel.
Master of Arts, Catholic University, Lublin, 1959. Doctor of Philosophy, Polish Academy of Sciences, 1969. Habilitate, Polish Academy of Sciences, 1979.
Junior lecturer Catholic University, 1951-1952. Lecturer Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, 1962-1969, adjunct faculty member, 1969-1973, assistant professor, 1983-1988. Chair executive Academy Catholic Theology, since 1988, associate professor, since 1992, vice dean, 1990-1993.
Head Psychological Laboratory, Otwock, 1958-1991, Department Social Research, Warsaw, 1973-1983.
Author: Tuberculosis Specialists: Meeting the Needs of Medical Profession, 1969, Worker and Engineers: The Attitudes Toward Work and Selected Social Values, 1983, Work and Motivation, 1993. Co-author: Situation of Disabled Person, 1979 (General Secretary's award Polish Academy of Sciences 1979).
Member POlish Marketing Association.
Climbing, flower cultivation.
Married Katarzyna Elzbieta Sokolewicz, July 17, 1988.
Wladyslaw Marceli Hirszel
Stanislawa Franciszka (Stranc) Hirszel
Katarzyna Elzbieta Sokolewicz