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The Russian Psychological Society

Member of European Federation of Psychologists' Associations (EFPA)
and International Union of Psychological Science (IUPSyS)

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IV International Conference «Relevant Issues of Forensic Psychological Expertise and Complex Forensic Examination. Modern Computer Technologies in Expert Practice» Kaluga, December 18-19, 2020.
27.11.2020 | Tsiolkovskiy Kaluga State University

Venue: 22/48, Stepan Razin Str., Tsiolkovskiy Kaluga State University, Kaluga, Russia. The Conference is to be held in an on-line format.

Ways of participating in the Conference:

  • Delivering a plenary report on one of the conference research areas (15 minutes).
  • Making a speech at a panel discussion (5-7 minutes).

The working languages are Russian and English. The registration is free by any link:

The conference participant needs to include the name of his/her report/speech and abstracts (up to 300 words) in the registration form.

Deadline: December 5 (plenary reports) and December 10 (panel discussion). 

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EFPA Standing Committee (SC) on Clinical NeuroPsychology has published an article
12.10.2020

The article presents research results dedicated to accurate topics related to policies and guiding principles clinical neuropsychology education and competency development, gathered during the last five years by the SC from experts in this area representing 30 countries.

One of the co-authors and active contributors to the SC work is Natalia Varako – the Russian Psychological Society member, Senior Researcher at the Faculty of Psychology, Lomonosov Moscow State University.

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Scientists from 49 countries united to fight COVID-19 pandemic
25.09.2020 | RPS

During 16-17 September 2020 scientists from different countries participated in international online-conference “Role of Psychology in fighting COVID-19 pandemic: International perspective”. Experts presented results of their research on psychological influence of self-isolation, experience in psychological assistance and assessment in order to better cope with the consequences of the coronavirus pandemic and deliver evidence-based service in relation to that.

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