Ekaterina Bushina

Ekaterina Bushina
National Research University Higher School of Economics | HSE · Faculty of Psychology

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Russian schools have been characterized by its ethnic diversity over the past decade. Children from ethnic minorities in Russia face problems in accul- turation, including school bullying. The purpose of this article is to deter- mine the relationship between the acculturation strategies of ethnic minori- ty students, acculturation expectations of...
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Affect is involved in many psychological phenomena, but a descriptive structure, long sought, has been elusive. Valence and arousal are fundamental, and a key question-the focus of the present study-is the relationship between them. Valence is sometimes thought to be independent of arousal, but, in some studies (representing too few societies in th...
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Бушина Екатерина Валерьевна — кандидат психологических наук, старший научный сотрудник Центра социокультурных исследований, Национальный исследовательский университет «Высшая школа экономики». E-mail: evbushina@hse.ru (контактное лицо для переписки) Каримова Азхария Мухамадовна — стажер-исследователь Центра социокультурных исследований, Национальны...
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The article considers whether support for multicultural ideology by the ethnic majority leads to a more inclusive sociocultural context for ethno-cultural minorities. We investigate the role of common superordinate identity in these relations on the example of Soviet identity in Armenia. A socio-psychological survey was conducted among 213 represen...
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The objectives of this research are to determine whether the intercultural competence of teachers is related with self-efficacy and emotional burn-out in a Russian context.
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Objective of the study is to adapt of an English-language methodology that reveal the level of ag- gression and victimization in a school bullying situation on a Russian-language sample. Background. Bullying is one of the most serious problems of interpersonal relations at school. Results of previous research suggest negative consequences of bullyi...
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Objective of the study is to develop and test a methodology for assessing the degree of involvement in the use of ICT in various areas of life. Background. Modern social and physical environments are saturated with digital incentives that encourage people to get involved in interacting with these environments through information and communication t...
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The United Nation’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) offer an extensive framework for coordinating and shaping government policies, and for engaging the public with sustainability. Public understanding of the SDGs and sustainability can influence this engagement, as people are more likely to accept and share information consistent with their...
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In this study we examined whether different styles of teachers’ instructions (pro-social vs behavioural) affect the attitudes and beliefs of pre-adolescents towards peers with migrant backgrounds. The research was conducted in two countries: in Italy (N = 93) and in Russia (N = 134) among students in their last year of primary school (M age = 11.27...
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We examined the applicability of the hybrid model of creativity, which specifies distinct domains that all express an underlying general creativity factor, in data from representative samples from Central Russia and the North Caucasus (N = 2,046). Using multigroup confirmatory analysis, Study 1 supported the invariance of a model with the six unifa...
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This study was conducted in two post-Soviet countries: Latvia and Azerbaijan. After the collapse of the Soviet Union, Latvia and Azerbaijan took different developmental paths: Latvia became more oriented toward Western Europe, while Azerbaijan became closer to Turkey and to the Islamic world. Our study identifies similarities and differences in the...

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