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John W. Berry

  • John W. Berry has been at HSE since 2014.

Education and Degrees

  • 1966

    PhD
    University of Edinburgh

  • 1963

    Bachelor
    Sir George Williams University

Honorary Degrees

2001 Doc. Hon causa: University of Athens

2001 Doc. Hon causa: University of Geneva

Publications

Articles and book chapters63

Edited6

Conferences

  • 2017
    Investigación Transcultural, (Mexico-City). Presentation: How shall we all live together?
  • 2015
    XVI April International Academic Conference on Economic and Social Development (Москва). Presentation: Three Hypotheses of Intercultural Relations in Russia and Latvia
  • The 9th Biennial Congress of the International Academy for Intercultural Research (Берген). Presentation: Testing the three hypotheses for intercultural relations in Russia and Latvia

Editorial board membership

1997: Member of the Editorial Board, International Journal of Intercultural Relations.


Grants

Canada Council (Predoctoral), 1964 ‑ 1966, and Department of Education of Quebec, 1964 ‑ 1966. Fieldwork in Africa, Arctic and Scotland

University Research Grants Committee (Sydney), 1967. Central Australian (Arunta) field work

Australian Research Grants Committee, 1968, 1969. Coastal Australian (Illawarra & Yarrabah) field work       

Advisory Research Committee (Queen's), 1969. Coastal Cree (James Bay) field work

Canada Council, 1970. Preparation of Canadian Social Psychology Bibliography (with one co‑investigator)

Canada Council, 1970 ‑ 1971, 1971 ‑ 1972, 1972 ‑ 1973. Canadian Indian Project: Ecology, Differentiation and Acculturation

Department of Communication (Government of Canada), 1972 ‑ 73 ‑ 74 ‑ 75. An Interdisciplinary study of the Impact of Telecommunications in Northern Canada (with seven co‑investigators)

Central Mortgage and Housing (Government of Canada), 1973 ‑ 1974. An Interdisciplinary study of Housing in Arctic Quebec (with three co‑investigators)

Secretary of State for Multiculturalism (Government of Canada), 1974 - 1975. Majority Attitudes Study (with two co‑investigators)

Grant Foundation (New York), 1974 ‑ 1977. Comparative study of Pygmy and Bantu development in the Central African Republic (with six co‑investigators)

Canada Council, 1976 ‑ 1979. Psychocultural Effects of Acculturation among the James Bay Cree (with two co‑investigators) 

National Institute of Mental Health (USA), 1977. Studies of Psychological Differentiation (with three co‑investigators)

Secretary of State for Multiculturalism, 1977. Analysis of Majority Attitudes Study Data for National Unity Questions (with one co‑investigator)

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, 1979. Sabbatical Leave Fellowship

NATO Human Factors Programme, 1980. Cultural Factors and Human Assessment Conference (with one co‑investigator)

Secretary of State for Multiculturalism, 1981. Multiculturalism in Education Conference (with two co‑investigators)        

Department of Indian Affairs (Government of Canada), 1982. Native‑Nonnative Relations (with two co‑investigators)

Advisory Research Committee (Queen's) 1983. Cree‑Ojibwe Literacy Project (with one co‑investigator)

Shastri Indo‑Canadian Institute, 1983. Bihar Developmental Change Project

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, 1984 ‑ 1987. Cree‑Ojibwe Syllabic Literacy Project (with one co‑investigator)

NATO Human Factors Programme, 1985. Indigenous Cognition and Models of Information Processing Conference (with two co‑investigators)

Canadian Ethnic Studies Research Committee, 1985, Multiculturalism Directorate. The Educational and Occupational Aspirations of Ethnic Minorities in the Secondary Schools of Major Urban Areas of Canada (with two co‑investigators)

Advisory Research Committee (Queen's), 1985. Psychological Adaptation of Polish Refugees in Canada

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, 1985. Cultural and Genetic Influences on Inuit Artistic Excellence (with one co‑investigator)

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, 1986. Sabbatical Leave Fellowship

Advisory Research Committee (Queen's), 1988. Cree Conceptions of Cognitive Competence

Department of Multiculturalism and Citizenship, 1989. Multicultural Attitudes Study (with one co-investigator)

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, 1990 - 1993. Ecology, Culture and Cognitive Processing (with two co-investigators)

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, 1990 - 1992. Adaptation Sociale des Adolescents de Seconde Génération (with one co-investigator)

Economic Council of Canada, 1990. Psychological and Cultural Implications of Multiculturalism:  A Cost-Benefit Analysis

Canadian International Development Agency, 1990 - 1995. International Centre for the Advancement of Community Based Rehabilitation (with 6 partners)

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council & Ministry of Multiculturalism and Citizenship, 1991. State of the Art Review of Research on Canada's Multicultural Society (with 5 co-investigators)

Canadian Ethnic Studies Research Committee, 1996 - 1998, and Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, 1996 - 1998. International Comparative Study of Ethnocultural Youth (ICSEY)

Canadian Ethnic Studies Research Committee, 1998. International Study of Attitudes Towards Immigration and Settlement (ISATIS; with two co-investigators)

Partnerships for Tomorrow Programme, 2001. Multicultural Estonia

Canadian Space Agency, 2002. Intercultural Relations in International Space Station 

Partnerships for Tomorrow Programme, 2003. Multiculturalism in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania

Urban Aboriginal Peoples Study, Environics Institute, Member of Advisory Circle, 2008

Canadian International Development Agency. Governance of Social Development/Care Centres in Post-Tsunami Sri Lanka, 2008

Jacobs Foundation, Productive Development of Immigrant Youth, 2008 - 2009

HSE Book Series Published by Springer

Springer, one of the world's leading publishers of scientific literature, has launched a new book series, entitled ‘Societies and political orders in transition’. The series has been initiated by the HSE Faculty of Social Sciences, and three HSE representatives are members of the series International Advisory Board, with the other four members coming from universities in Germany, UK and the USA.

John Berry won the prize for the best article

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).

New collection of 4 volumes of cross-cultural psychology

Edited and with a new introduction by Professor John W. Berry (Chief research fellow of ILSCR) and David L. Sam (University of Bergen, Norway) the new series of 4 volumes on cross-cultural psychology will include the collection of basic classical works as well as contemporary research devoted to various topics studied in the framework of cross-cultural psychology.

How Shall We all Live Together?

29-30 November 2016 in Tallinn, John Berry gave a public talk based on the MIRIPS project.

III International Research Conference"Culture in society, between groups and across generations"

May 30th - June 1st the III International Research Conference "Culture in society, between groups and across generations”, organized by the International Laboratory for Socio-Cultural Research at the Expert Institute of the Higher School of Economics took place in Moscow.

III International Research Conference "Culture in society, between groups and across generations"

May 30th - June 1st the III International Research Conference "Culture in society, between groups and across generations", organized by the International Laboratory for Socio-Cultural Research at the Expert Institute of the Higher School of Economics took place in Moscow.

Participation in international scientific conference in Smolensk

On May 27-28, ILSCR staff members Nadezhda Lebedeva, Alexander Tatarko, Zarina Lepshokova, Victoria Galyapina, Marina Kotova, Dmitry Dubrov and Maria Drobovtseva took part in the Fifth international scientific conference "Theoretical problems of ethnic and cross-cultural psychology".

Reports of the laboratory staff at the XVII April International Academic Conference

19-22 April 2016 was held the XVII April International Academic Conference on Economic and Social Development which was organized and hosted by the National Research University Higher School of Economics with the participation of the World Bank.

John Berry and Peter Schmidt have won PROSE Awards

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).

Socio-psychological factors of the adoption of the policy of multiculturalism in Russia

On December 22, Marina V. Kotova Candidate of Sciences (PhD) in Psychology, Senior Researcher of International laboratory for Socio-Cultural Research, senior lecturer, School of Psychology, (Department of Social Sciences, HSE), took part in the "Culture Matters" research seminar with the report on "Socio-psychological factors of the adoption of the policy of multiculturalism in Russia".

Patterns and determinants of immigrants’ sense of belonging to Canada and their source country, and relationships with their well-being

On 24 November John Berry (Chief Researcher Fellow of our laboratory, Professor of Queens University, Canada) took part in the «Culture matters» research seminar with the report on "Patterns and determinants of immigrants' sense of belonging to Canada and their source country, and relationships with their well-being".

Acculturation and Adaptation of Russian immigrants in the U.S.

On November 12 Dina Birman (PhD, Associate Professor at School of Education and Human Development, University of Miami, Editor-in-chief of the journal "International Journal of Intercultural Relations") took part in the «Culture matters» research seminar with the report on "Acculturation and Adaptation of Russian immigrants in the U.S.".

'My Nickname at School Was 'Professor'. I Had to Live up to It'

Why do people become researchers and pursue careers in science? What is more important for them – self-fulfillment or financial incentives? On the day before Russia celebrated Science Day on Feb 8, HSE’s news service talked to researchers working at HSE about what motivated them to become scientists.