Lab staff members (Dmitry Leontiev, Martin F. Lynch, Tamara O. Gordeeva, Sergei Ishanov) took part in the 6th World Congress on Positive Psychology in Melbourne (Australia), July 18-21, 2019. About 1600 participants from 50 countries were registered at the congress.
Normative theories of judgment either focus on the rational standard – decontextualized preference maximization, or the reasonable standard – the pragmatic balance of preferences and socially-conscious norms.How do people’s intuitions and behavior about these concepts relate to theoretical frameworks advanced in economics, politics, and the law?
Evgeny Osin, the deputy head of the lab, held a master class on data analysis in R. Inside you will find an interesting links for self-study of R.
Some useful links from the researcher of our laboratory on the topic of calling.
Together with Sergey Shchebetenko we discussed what a person thinks and how he evaluates his personality traits, which we reveal in questionnaires.
A special role in the transition from childhood to adulthood is played by the formation of self-determination - the integration of freedom and responsibility - in the process of passing through the teenage crisis. The report was made by the head of the laboratory Dmitry Leontiev
Polina Zolotareva, candidate of psychological sciences and a laboratory member, made a presentation "Psychometric analysis of the new apathy scale."
At the end of June, the 9th Conference on Positive Psychology (ECPP) was held in Budapest, Hungary. The topic this year is “Positive Psychology for the Prosperity of Europe in Transition.” The conference was organized on the basis of the University of Budapest and brought together more than seven hundred participants from 66 countries.
On June 1-2 International Laboratory of Positive Psychology of Personality and Motivation has held an international symposium “Happiness beyond Wellbeing”, where some of the most distinguished researchers in the field of positive psychology discussed the phenomenon of eudaimonic happiness.
The lecture by Veronica Huta, the Associate Professor at the University of Ottawa.