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On March 29th at the Department of Psychology was held a regular scientific seminar of ILSCR. Peter Schmidt, the head of the lab, professor of University of Giessen and Higher School of Economics made a report on “An integrated theory of creativity and innovation”.
The research seminar with the lecture on "Genes, stress, and demographic consequences" was held on 22nd March. The lecturer was Ph.D., Senior Fellow at the N. Vavilov’s Institute of General Genetics Svetlana Borinskaya.
A scientific seminar devoted to development of electronic sources of cross-cultural psychology took place in ILSCR on 13 March. PhD and senior researcher of ILSCR Dmitry Podolsky spoke on possibilities of creating an electronic journal of cross-cultural psychology on the platform of ILSCR.
The regular laboratory research seminar was held on February 14th. The report ''Using of electronic databases in socio-psychological research'' was made by Alexander Tatarko, senior researcher of the ILSCR.
The regular laboratory research seminar was held on January 22th. Alla Kupreychenko, a professor of Organizational Psychology department in Higher School of Economics, Ph.D. in Psychology, a member of EAWOP, a leading researcher at the laboratory of social and economic psychology, delivered a lecture “Psychological aspects of moral regulation of economic behavior”.
The first research seminar of this year within series "Culture Matters" was held on January 19th. The report "Psychology of the social capital of a multicultural society" was made by Alexander Tatarko, senior researcher of the ILSCR.
The Head of the ethnopsychology department in Moscow City Psychological-Pedagogical University, PhD in Psychology, Oleg Huhlaev made a presentation “Nationalism and patriotism in psychological studies” on 15th December.
The regular workshop of the series "Culture Matters" was held on 24th November. Prof. Andrey Belik (Center for Ethnopolitical Research, Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology, leading research associate) made the report "Impact of culture on economic behavior".
The regular seminar of the ILSCR “Culture matters” took place on 17th November. The speaker was Ronald Fisher, senior lecturer at Victoria University (Wellington, New Zealand), with a lecture "What is more important for well-being: money or autonomy?".