On December 18, Mahama Tawat (Ph.D., Assistant Professor at the Department of Public Policy, Higher School of Economics) took part in the “Culture matters” seminar.Mahama Tawat gave a talk entitled “Culture matters… for policy scholars too”, in which he described new developments in policy scholarship.
On December 2, Seger Breugelmans, PhD (Assistant Professor at Tilburg University, Netherlands, and Deputy Laboratory Head at ISCL-SCR) took part in “Culture matters” research seminar.
How robust is the association between life satisfaction and value congruence? A study of constructed socio-demographic groups in a Russian national sample.
On November 27, Alena Khaptsova, a doctorate student in the department of Organizational Psychology at HSE and a researcher at the Laboratory for Socio-cultural research, took part in the “Culture matters” seminar.
From 28th to 30th of October in the course of “Advanced Social Psychology”, Jane Piliavin, emeritus professor of Wisconsin University (USA), gave a three-day series of lectures about prosocial behavior.
On October 16, Tatiana Kanonire, PhD, took part in the «Culture matters» seminar.
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.