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The Laboratory fellows at the 22nd International Congress of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology (IACCP)

The 22nd International Congress of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology (IACCP) was held on July 15 – 19, 2014 n Reims, France under the theme “Diversity, Equality, and Culture”.

Cross-cultural psychologists from over the world have participated in the Congress. Members of our laboratory have presented the results of their research conducted in Russia and other countries, and participated in discussions and round tables. A total of 14 presentations were delivered:

A. Khaptsova, S. H. Schwartz - Value congruity as a determinant of satisfaction with life in two population samples (Reciprocal influences of values and societal features, a session);

E. Romanova - Assessing and explaining rural-urban value differences in Russia samples (Reciprocal influences of values and societal features, a session);

L. Grigoryan, S. H. Schwartz  - Values and Attitudes towards cultural diversity in the Russian context (The value of values: the influence of personal values on attitudes, motivational goals, and preferences from a cultural perspective, a symposium); 

S. H. Schwartz, C. Beierlein, E. Davidov et al. - The Schwartz Values Short Scale (SVSS-4): An economic measurement tool for cross-cultural Research (Advances in basic human value assessment, a session);

S. H. Schwartz, J. Cieciuch, E. Davidov  et al.. - Testing for measurement invariance of the new PVQ scale with the alignment optimization (Advances in basic human value assessment, a session);

S. H. Schwartz, C. V. Torres, J. Cieciuch et al. - Advances in the theory and measurement of basic personal values, Predicting behavior with congruent and opposing values in five countries  (National studies relating values to attitudes, personality, and behavior, a session);

J. W. Berry – Current developments in acculturation models and research;

J. W. Berry  - Introduction: Mutual Intercultural Relations in Plural Societies (Exploring intercultural relations: the acculturation of youth in a cross-national perspective, a session);

S. Safdar S.,G. Yongxia G., J. W. Berry - A comparative study of Chinese international students and domestic students in Canada: mutual intercultural relations (Exploring intercultural relations: the acculturation of youth in a cross-national perspective, a session);

N. Lebedeva, A. Tatarko, J. W. Berry - Mutual intercultural relations in Post-Soviet Russia (Exploring intercultural relations: the acculturation of adults in a cross-national perspective, a session);

A. Tatarko - Bridging, bonding social capital and ethnic heterogeneity in multicultural society (the case of

Russia) (Multiculturalism, a session);

A. Lipatova, D. Podolsky - Measuring values in cultural context: effect of testing situation, item translation and method selection (New methods and measures in cultural research, a session);

T. Ryabichenko - The effect of values on acculturation strategies of ethnic minorities in Lithuania (Acculturation).

J. Berry also presented at one of the roundtable discussions at the congress (Roundtable: on the road to half a century of cross-cultural psychology: foundations, current status, and forecasts).

All presentations were met with interest by members of the Congress.