The seminar summarized the cycle of theoretical and empirical research by Dmitry Leontiev, dedicated to experiences as components of activity regulation.
The staff of the International Laboratory of Positive Psychology of Personality and Motivation congratulates Dmitry Leontiev on his 60th birthday.
Dmitry Leontiev received an official gratitude from the Education Department of the Administration of the Petrogradsky District (Russia, St. Petersburg).
Debates with Dmitry Leontiev and Julie Reshe
Alena Zirkos’s PhD thesis was defended on the topic “The role of expressive and impressive vocalizations in self-expression and self-study”.
Alena Zolotareva won a contest for the right to receive a grant from the President of the Russian Federation to support young Russian scientists - candidates of sciences.
The Winter School on modern methods of mathematical modeling of psychological data was held in December with the participation of Alexander Vinogradov (Ukraine).
The workshop on meaning measurement was held by Professor Shulamith Kreitler (School of Psychological Sciences, Tel-Aviv University, Israel)
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?