On October 1, Olga Poluektova took part in the “Culture matters” seminar with a talk on the heterogeneity of poverty on psychological level.
On September 8 Julia A. Logashenko (senior lecturer of Psychology & Social Work Department, Baltic Federal University by I. Kant, Kaliningrad) took part in the «Culture matters» research seminar with the report on "Model of intercultural sensitivity: the results of a study of student samples".
On September 3 Eugene Tartakovsky (PhD, Professor of Tel Aviv University, Israel) took part in the «Culture matters» research seminar with the report on "Contemporary Russian Jewry: a Psychological Portrait".
Influence of types of social identity of parents and children on value congruence among Russians in North Caucasus
On June 25, Zarina Lepshokova and Viktoria Galyapina (senior researchers at ISEL-SCR, Higher School of Economics, Moscow) took part in the «Culture matters» research seminar.
On June 11-14, the fifth ISEL SCR summer school was held near Moscow. The summer school was dedicated to group work on the participants’ research project.
On June 8-9 the International Scientific-Education Laboratory for Sociocultural Research hosted an international conference “Culture in society, between groups, and across generations”. Scientists from Greece, Israel, Japan, Latvia, Lithuania, Netherlands, and the USA took part in the conference.
On June 8 during the international research conference "Culture in society, between groups and across generations" Maykel Verkuyten, PhD, Professor at the Utrecht University (the Netherlands) made the presentation on "The presence of the past: identity continuity and group dynamics".
Members of ILSCR at the XVI April International Academic Conference on Economic and Social Development
On April 7th – 10th HSE hosted the XVI April international conference on economic and social development.The conference is cross-disciplinary, and members of various fields and disciplines participate. Members of ILSCR participated in the organization of three sessions of the “Sociocultural processes” section and delivered the following talks.
On April 7th, Coleen Word (Co-chair of Center for Applied Cross-Cultural Research, Professor at School of Psychology, Victoria University, Wellington, New Zealand) took part in the “Culture matters” research seminar.