On October 16, Tatiana Kanonire, PhD, took part in the «Culture matters» seminar.
Nevet research group (Hebrew University of Jerusalem) took part in “Culture matters” research seminar
On October 2, Nevet research group (Hebrew University of Jerusalem) took part in “Culture matters” research seminar. Members of the research group presented their ongoing studies.
On September 25, Alexander Zibenberg, PhD, participated in the “Culture matters” seminar. Alexander Zibenberg is a researcher at the Laboratory for Comparative Social Research, HSE.
On September 16, Professor Shalom Hillel Schwartz (Hebrew University of Jerusalem) took part in the “Culture matters” seminar. Prof. Schwartz is a research director at ISEL-SCR and the author of one of the most widely accepted theories of human values (Schwartz 1992, 1994).
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”.
From 8 to 13 July, Paris hosted the 28th International Congress of the Association of Applied Psychology (ICAP) organized by the International Association of Applied Psychology (IAAP).
On June 6-9, the International Scientific-Educational Laboratory for Socio-Cultural Research held its fourth international Summer School. The summer school was focused on improving the research proposals of the participants and brininging them up to standards for publication of the leading international scientific journals.
On June 10-11 International Scientific-Educational Laboratory for Sociocultural Research has held an international conference “The social psychology of economic and cultural change”. They keynote speakers were : Cigdem Kagitcibasi (Koc University, Turkey), Shalom Schwartz (Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel), Fons van de Vijver (Tilburg University, Netherlands), and Seger Breugelmans (Tilburg University, Netherlands). Researchers from the Laboratory and other institutions also presented their research.
Social capital as analytical tool for geographical communities: overview and empirical evidence from Latvia
On May 27, Guido Sechi (University of Latvia, Latvia) participated in the «Culture matters» seminar.