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Psychology educator , researcher

Tadeusz StanisLAw GaLKowski, Polish psychology educator, researcher. Recipient silver medal Council of Paris, 1977; Commission National Education medal Minister National Education, Warsaw, 1984; bachelor cross, 1986.


GaLKowski, Tadeusz StanisLAw was born on April 6, 1936 in Czestochowa, Poland. Son of Stanislaw Michal and Zofia Teresa (Ciepielowska) GaLKowski.


Master of Arts, Catholic University Lublin, Poland, 1957. Doctor of Philosophy, Jagiellonian University, Cracow, Poland, 1969.


Psychologist Phoniatric Center, Lublin, 1956-1958, Medical School, Warsaw, Poland, 1958-1962, Child Psychiatric Hospital, Garwolin, Poland, 1962-1967. Assistant professor Catholic Academy, Warsaw, 1968-1974. Associate professor University Marie Curie, Lublin, 1974-1983.

Professor psychology University Warsaw, since 1978, director postgraduate study abnormal school psychology, 1985-1990. Consultant Institute Mother and Child, Warsaw, 1964-1974. Director research National Institute Health and Medical Research, Paris, 1989-1990.

Founder, chairman Polish Committee Audiophonology, since 1982.


  • Other Work

    • Author 15 books. Co-editor/editor 4 books. Founder, editor-in-chief journal Audiofonologia.

      Contributor numerous articles to international journals, including Journal Clinical Psychology, Audiology, Development Medicine and Child Neurology, Acta Paedopsychiatrica, Folia Phoniatrica.


Member Democratic Party, Warsaw, 1961-1981. Founder, chairman National Society for Autism, since 1990. President science council Polish Union for Deaf, since 1992.

Member World Federation for Mental Health (European regional council 1985-1990), International Bureau Audiophonology.


  • Other Interests

    Classical music, travel, gardening.


Married Helena Teresa Chrostowska, October 2, 1965. 1 child, Raphael.

Stanislaw Michal GaLKowski

Zofia Teresa (Ciepielowska) GaLKowski

Helena Teresa Chrostowska

Raphael GaLKowski