Alicja Glebocka is a professor of clinical and social psychology. She is a Chair of Clinical Psychology at the Krakow University of Andrzej Frycz Modrzewski in Cracow. Her scientific interests focus on issues connected with health psychology, especially: stress, burnout syndrome, dehumanization, and effectiveness of health care system. She is interested in the meaning of cognition in the ability to identify and adequately assess dehumanized behaviors. She also studies psychological mechanisms responsible for creating attitudes toward euthanasia. She explores numerous psychological factors responsible for the process, also in the context of fear of death and dying. For many years she have been conducted research of quality of life and health among elderly people. Another part of her scientific activity is connected with body image and eating disorders. She has published numerous papers in this area. She received the Literary Portal “Granice” 2015 prize for the best psychological book on physical attractiveness. She is the author and co-author of psychological questionnaires, including Body Image Questionnaires, The Scale of Attitudes toward Euthanasia, and The Scale of Behavioral Indicators of Dehumanization. Her methods are used by polish and foreign scientists. Her research has been funded by the European and Polish Commission. She actively participates in international conferences on medicine and psychology.