Researchers of the ILSCR at the IACCP 21 st International Congress
A representative delegation from the International Laboratory for Socio-Cultural Research participated in the largest cross-cultural psychology scientific event – IACCP 21st International Congress “Cross-Cultural Psychology in the Rainbow Nation of Africa”. The Congress was held from 17 to 21 July in the town of Stellenbosch, South Africa.
The Scientific supervisor of the lab, professor of Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Schalom Schwartz was a keynote speaker with a report “Does Religion affect People’s Basic Values? Comparing Roman Catholics, Protestants, Eastern Orthodox, Muslims, Jews and non-religious across 33 countries”. He was also a chairman and discussant of symposium session “Refinements in the theory of basic human values” and discussant of symposium session “Cultural values: Do current practices in cross-national research provide sound information?”.
The head of the laboratory Nadezhda Lebedeva presented a paper “Implicit Theories of Innovator Characteristics and Their Relations to Values: Comparing Russian Ethnic Groups”.
Senior researcher Alexander Tatarko presented a paper “Values as a predictor of social capital: The cross-cultural analysis of six ethnic groups”.
Senior researcher Maria Efremova presented a paper “Interrelation between individual values, religiosity and economic attitudes: A cross-confessional analysis” (co-author – Zarina Lepshokova).
Junior researcher Zarina Lepshokova presented a paper “Acculturation strategies of migrants and their psychological well-being” (co-author – Lusine Grigoryan) and a poster “Individual values and economic attitudes of Christians and Muslims in Russia” (co-athor – Maria Efremova).
Junior researcher Lusine Grigoryan presented a paper “The role of national identity and attitudes toward immigrants in economic beliefs of Russians: An empirical model” (co-author – Zarina Lepshokova).
Junior researcher Ekaterina Osipova presented a paper “The impact of sociocultural context and motivation on health attitudes of Russian and Canadian students” (co-author – Nadezhda Lebedeva) and a poster “Influence of the sociocultural context to innovations”.
Junior researcher Tatiana Butenko presented a paper “Predicting Behavior with the Revised Theory of Basic Values” (co-author – Shalom Schwartz).
The next IACCP regional conference on cross-cultural psychology will be held in Los Angeles, USA in 2013. The next IACCP congress will be held in Reims, France in 2014.
Abstracts from the Congress see here.