'Russia Is Not Colder, but Weather Contrasts Are Greater Here.' What HSE Scientists Shared with Visitors at 'Russia' Forum
On February 7, the lecture hall of the Russian 'Znanie' ('Knowledge') Society hosted a series of talks by HSE researchers and faculty as part of the 'Russia' International Exhibition and Forum. The talks covered a diverse array of topics, such as the interplay between innovation and creativity, how values are passed down between generations, debunking myths about Russia, the principles of successful communication in various contexts, and the concepts of collectivism and individualism. The events were open to the public.
Socio-psychological features of psychological safety of students in conditions of intercultural interaction
At the Culture Matters seminar on February 21, a report was heard from Evgenia Vitalievna Egamberdieva on the topic: Social and psychological features of the psychological safety of students in conditions of intercultural interaction.
On November 28th - December 2nd the delegation of MSc Applied Social Psychology visited Tilburg University (the Netherlands). The purpose of the trip was to extend the Double Degree agreement and to promote the program in the Netherlands.
Students and teachers of "Applied Social Psychology" at the HSE's 1st International Scientific Conference of Young Scientists
On November 7-8th Higher School of Economics, Faculty of Social Sciences hosted the 1st International Scientific Conference of Young Scientists "To the Alliance of the Social Sciences: Theory and Practice of Interdisciplinary Cooperation."
Group-based pride and out-group attitudes: the role of security of national identity and intergroup comparison
On October 20, Alexandra Sivova (MSc in Psychology at HSE and TiU), took part in the "Culture Matters" research seminar with the report on "Group-based pride and out-group attitudes: the role of security of national identity and intergroup comparison".
On October 13, Dmitry Grigoryev (HSE), took part in the "Culture Matters" research seminar with the report on "Socio-economic adaptation and discrimination against immigrants in the socio-economic domain".
On September 27, Guido Sechi (Ph.D., University of Latvia), took part in the "Culture Matters" research seminar with the report on "Social capital accumulation and effects at a local level: evidence from Latvia".
A two-day seminar was held in the Saint-Petersburg’s HSE department on the 25th-26th of May and was conducted by the lecturers of Applied Social Psychology programme: Alyona Khaptsova and Olga Poluektova. The seminar’s topic was ‘Methodology of a Field Research: The Cost-Quality Balance’.
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.