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I am originally from Poland, where I studied Applied Developmental Psychology (MA) and Applied Linguistics with a specialization in Arabic (BA) at the Kazimierz Wielki University in Bydgoszcz. Currently, I am a doctoral candidate in School Psychology at the University of Montana. My previous research projects explored the vocabulary learning strategies among Arab learners of English, the implicit prejudices towards Arabs, and the effects of positive mood on the English vocabulary memorization, as well as humanitarian aid workers (HAWs)' perspectives of Muslim refugee children’s resilience. My current research project investigates HAWs’ views on refugee children’s mental health. I have collaborated with multiple nonprofit organizations, schools, and relief agencies in the United States, and eight other countries.