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.
Date: October 31, 2020 at 13:00 (Nur-Sultan time)
Format: Online conference on Zoom (Conference ID: 729 4094 9342 access Code: 123456)
Paper submission is accepted until October 15, 2020 by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org .
Conference Registration fee, including publication - 3000 tenge (6 EUR). All que stions about payment, please contact with Toksanbayeva Nazgul Bahytovna by cell-phone: +7 775 217 35 44.
16 -17 September 2020, Faculty of Psychology, Lomonosov Moscow State University is organizing an online-conference where experts from European, Asian, North and South American, African psychological associations will be discussing psychological point of view on COVID-19 pandemic and psychological contribution to cope with it. The conference is supported by International Union of Psychological Sciences (IUPsyS) and European Federation of Psychologists’ Associations (EFPA).
Guest co-editors: Magdalena Żemojtel-Piotrowska (Poland), Sofya Nartova-Bochaver (Russia)
This special issue will be devoted to the topic of subjective well-being.
The main aim of the issue is to show the wide range of phenomena related to subjective well-being, including its predictors, descriptors, and consequences in various life situations and cross-cultural context.
The special issue invites articles that advance knowledge and experience about the different aspects of subjective well-being – features and circumstances contributing to it as well as those that decrease and damage it. Research on familiar phenomena of positive psychology, like personal authenticity, in various fields of psychology, is also planned to be presented. Papers on diagnostics of subjective well-being, interventions, cases, experimental and empiric studies as well as methodological and analytic articles, presenting different approaches to understanding subjective well-being and positive functioning are welcomed.
Deadline for submission is February 1st, 2021
Guest Editor: Buxin Han (China), is professor of psychology at the Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences (IPCAS), Beijing, China.
This special issue will be devoted to psychological aspects of the challenging COVID-19 pandemic in international context.
The main aim of the issue is to show the wide range of psychological challenges which have appeared in the life of people in many countries and answers to the challenges from psychological science.The forthcoming Special Issue will cover topics that advance knowledge and experience about the COVID-19-situation in psychological practice, education and research. Empirical research, as well as scholarly reviews, methodological and analytic articles, presenting new research approaches are invited. Cross-cultural studies are particularly welcomed.
Deadline for submission is July 13st, 2020
We are glad to inform you that the new issue of the journal "Psychology in Russia: State of the Art" - 13(1), 2020 - was released. You can access the full-text articles here: http://psychologyinrussia.com/volumes/13_1_2020.php
We are glad to announce that 3 articles from the new issue of "Psychology in Russia: State of the Art", 12(4), 2019 were released. You can access the full-text articles here:
EFPA: “Psychological care and knowledge can save lives”.
The World Health Organi zation (WHO) chose s uicide as the theme for the World Mental Health Day 2019.
This choice reflects the importance of suicide and the need to intervene preemptively. Suicide kills close to 800 000 people every year which is more than 2 000 per day. However, these large numbers of deaths by suicide are not inevitable. Suicide varies significantly across country, and period, ranging from less than 5 to more than 15 suicides per 100 000. This variation suggests that there are several psychological and social in terventions that can be implemented.
We are honoured to share the news and are delighted to congratulate our colleagues from Saint-Petersburg State University as they have won the right to host the 20th European Conference on Developmental Psychology which will be held in 2021! The Сonference is a biennale conducted under the European Association for Developmental Psychology auspices. Russia will be organising the Conference for the first time.
At the EFPA General Assembly meeting in Moscow on July 7 2019, the delegates elected a new president for EFPA: Christoph Steinebach from Federation of Swiss Psychologists and Federation of German psychologists’ associations. He is the successor of Telmo Mourinho Baptista who served 4 years as President of EFPA.
New EC members are Secretary General Ole Tunold (Norway), Treasurer Nicola Gale (UK), Koen Lowet (Belgium). Russian Psychological Spciety is especially honored that for the first time in history its’ representative became an EC member: Anna Leybina (Russia), PhD, scientific officer at Lomonosov Moscow State University, member of Russian NAC, and the Chair of ECP 2019 Executive Committee also has been elected by the General Assembly to contribute to EFPA EC.