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The Fourth International Conference on Theory of Ethnic and Cross-Cultural Psychology

On May 30-31, lab members Nadezhda Lebedeva, Alexander Tatarko and Tatiana Ryabichenko took part in the Fourth International Conference on Theory of Ethnic and Cross-Cultural Psychology. Read more...

On May 30-31, lab members Nadezhda Lebedeva, Alexander Tatarko and Tatiana Ryabichenko took part in the Fourth International Conference on Theory of Ethnic and Cross-Cultural Psychology. The conference was dedicated to the Year of Culture in Russia and was held at Smolensk University for Humanities. Researchers from Russia, Belarus, Bulgaria, Israel, Kazakhstan, Lithuania, Moldova, Poland, South Korea, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan discussed the goals and directions of interdisciplinary studies and presented their theoretical and empirical work. 

The total of 120 presentations were divided into 7 sections. Nadezhda Lebedeva presented the results of her joint work with John Berry and Alexander Tatarko, “Empirical testing of multiculturalism, integration, and contact hypotheses”. Alexander Tatarko’s presented on the influence of regional ethnic heterogeneity in Russia on the socio-psychological capital of the population. Tatiana Ryabichenko delivered a talk entitled “Values as predictors of acculturation strategies among the Russian youth in Lithuania”. The presentations were a part of the section on ethnopsychological issues of migration and acculturation.

 

T.Ryabichenko, V.Ponizovsky