The project of our colleagues Maria Bultseva and Ekaterina Vasilyeva was supported by Vladimir Potanin's Charitable Foundation.
An award ceremony for the winners and laureates of the Student Research Paper Competition 2022 was held at the HSE Center of Cultures on February 1.
Klaus Boehnke receives the 2022 APA Award for Distinguished Contributions to the International Advancement of Psychology
American Psychological Association has selected prof. Klaus Boehnke to receive the Award for Distinguished Contributions to the International Advancement of Psychology for the year 2022.
Professor John W. Berry is the most cited Canadian social psychologist, he is also ranked 37th among all social psychologists in the world and 2363 among all scientists in general.
John W. Berry (Chief Research Fellow, CSCR) has been elected to the Royal Society of Canada (RSC), one of the highest academic honors for Canadian scholars in arts, humanities, and sciences (the RSC is equivalent to the National Academy in some other countries).
J. W. Berry was included in the list of 2% of the best scientists in the world at Stanford University
Professor John W. Berry has been included in the recent Stanford University's list of 2% of the world's top scientists. The study analyzed data from 1965 to 2019, covering about 7 million scientists in 22 main fields of science. Most of those on the list work in Medicine and Technology. According to the list, among Canadian psychologists from all fields, prof. Berry is ranked # 3 on this list and # 1 among Canadian social psychologists.
Deputy director of the Center for Sociocultural Research Prof. Klaus Boehnke received the award "Outstanding Psychologist outside the United States" from the American Psychological Association (International Psychology - APA Division 52).
Professor Emeritus John W. Berry of Queen’s University, Kingston Ontario, Canada and the National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia as the winner of the 2019 William B. Gudykunst Outstanding Book Award for his edited book: Mutual Intercultural Relations published by the Cambridge University Press, 2017.
This book offers a comparative analysis of value and identity changes in several post-Soviet countries. In light of the tremendous economic, social and political changes in former communist states, the authors compare the values, attitudes and identities of different generations and cultural groups. Based on extensive empirical data, using quantitative and qualitative methods to study complex social identities, this book examines how intergenerational value and identity changes are linked to socio-economic and political development. Topics include the rise of nationalist sentiments, identity formation of ethnic and religious groups and minorities, youth identity formation and intergenerational value conflicts.
The article by the chief researcher of the ILSCR John Berry and Feng Hou (University of Victoria) "Immigrant Acculturation and Wellbeing in Canada" was selected as the winner of the 2016 CPA Canadian Psychology (CP) Best Article Award according to the Canadian Psychological Association (CPA).
October 21, Anna A. Mironova (research intern at Lab) successfully defending his Ph.D. thesis "Private intergenerational transfers in different types of households".
The publication "International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences (Second Edition)" won the main prize of the 40th annual PROSE Awards in the category "Excellence in Reference Works". Two of the Area Editors have affiliation with National Research University Higher School of Economics — John Berry (co-head of International Scientific-Educational Laboratory for Socio-Cultural Research), and Peter Schmidt (former co-head of International Scientific-Educational Laboratory for Socio-Cultural Research).