Tag "Culture Matters"

Theoretical basics of studying socio-psychological capital of a person in changing multicultural society

On 19th of September has been held seminar from series "Culture Matters" with Alexander Tatarko, senior researcher, assistant professor of Department Organizational Psychology. He made a presentation on following topic: "Theoretical basics of studying socio-psychological capital of a person in changing multicultural society".

Informal communication and organizational loyalty: cross-cultural analysis

On 5th of December together with the Department of Organizational Psychology scientific seminar "Culture Matters" took place. As part of the seminar was a lecture by Lusine Grigoryan, a junior researcher at the laboratory, graduate student of organizational psychology, on the theme: "Informal communication and organizational loyalty: cross-cultural analysis".

An introduction to Systematic reviews

On the 5th of November has been held scientific seminar from series "Culture Matters". Sebastian Bamberg, PhD, professor at University of Applied Sciences, Bielefeld (Germany), made a presentation on following topic: “An introduction to Systematic reviews”.

Implicit methods for studying ethnic attitudes. Experience in experimental researches

On 24th of October has been held seminar from series "Culture Matters" with the presentation of Irina Plotka, PhD, Professor at Baltic Psychology and Management University College (Riga, Latvia), on following topic: "Implicit methods for studying ethnic attitudes. Experience in experimental researches".

Cultural values as constraints and facilitators of socio-economic change

On 10th of October has been held seminar from series "Culture Matters" with Shalom H. Schwartz, PhD, Scientific Supervisor of ILSCR, Professor at Hebrew University (Jerusalem, Israel) and at HSE (Moscow, Russia), presented an open lecture on following topic: "Cultural values as constraints and facilitators of socio-economic change".

Emotion and Decision Making: How Feeling is for Doing

On 25th of September has been held seminar from series "Culture Matters" with Seger Breugelmans and Marcel Zeelenberg, PhD, Professors of Social Psychology in Tilburg University, Netherlands. They made a presentation on following topic: "Emotion and Decision Making: How Feeling is for Doing".

Personal Value Preferences and Attitudes toward People with Disabilities: People Living with HIV, Intellectual Disability, and Severe Mental Illness

On 12 of September on scientific seminar "Culture matters", Eugene Tartakovsky, Lecturer of School Social Work in Tel-Aviv University, Israel, made a presentation on following topic: " Personal Value Preferences and Attitudes toward People with Disabilities: People Living with HIV, Intellectual Disability, and Severe Mental Illness".

A Big Brother in the brain: neuroeconomics of social influence on our decision-making

On 19th of June has been held seminar from series "Culture Matters" with new Dean of Psychology department Vasily Klucharev. He presented a report on following topic: "A Big Brother in the brain: neuroeconomics of social influence on our decision-making". Neuroeconomics  is a new field that combines economics, psychology and neuroscience.

Linguistic and socio-cultural adaptation of international migrants through education

On May 16 has been held a seminar in series "Culture Matters". During this seminar Elena Omelchenko, PhD, Associate Professor of the UNESCO Moscow Institute of Open Education, General Director of the "Ethnosphere", made a presentation on following topic "Language and socio-cultural adaptation of international migrants through education."

The results of the analysis of the views of ordinary residents of the North Caucasus Federal District on the problems of mutual adaptation of migrants and host population

On April 18 Victoria N. Galyapina, senior researcher of our laboratory, PhD in psychology, took part in the «Culture matters» research seminar with the report on "The results of the analysis of the views of ordinary residents of the North Caucasus Federal District on the problems of mutual adaptation of migrants and host population". Read more...