HSE psychologists have studied how the presence or absence of siblings, as well as birth order, affect children’s ability to maintainpersonal boundaries. The results showed that only children and second-born children have the strongest sense of personal boundaries, while first-born children have the least. However, as children become adults, their ability to balance between their own needs and those of others becomes determined more by gender.
The ‘Migration seminar’: 'The New Russian Islam: Muslim Migrants in the Far North'
'Master of Data Science Admissions' Webinar
Dr. Jacqueline Wong to speak on 'Examining the Use of Prompts to Facilitate Self-Regulated Learning in Massive Open Online Courses'
Open Doors Day of 'Applied Statistics with Network Analysis' and 'Master of Data and Network Analytics' programmes
3rd Model UN Conference 'Higher School of Economics International Model United Nations'