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The Range of Socio-Psychological Problems of Small Groups as Discussed at the Regular Conference Dedicated to the Memory of Professor A. V. Petrovsky 669
Kondratyev M.Yu., Doctor of Psychology, Corresponding Member, Russian Academy of Education, Moscow, Russia, firstname.lastname@example.org
Meshkova N.V., PhD in Psychology, Head of the Sector for Academic Journals Development, Moscow State University of Psychology & Education, Moscow, Russia, email@example.com
This note provides a brief report on the Second All-Russian Conference "Social Psychology of Small Groups", dedicated to the memory of professor A. V. Petrovsky. During the Conference the following events took place: Plenary Session; Round Table for heads of social psychology departments and departments teaching the socio-psychological disciplines in Moscow and Moscow region universities "Group and Organization: Integration or Differentiation?"; and six sections where the the most urgent issues of the modern social psychology of small groups were discussed: "Social Psychology of Group Development: Integration and Differentiation in Small Groups", "Relationships of Interpersonal Importance and "Significant Other" in a Small Group", "Social Psychology of Personality: Problems of Ascent to Social Maturity", "Problems of Activity and Communication in the Context of Small Groups", "Social Psychology in Education: Theory and Practice" and "Social and Psychological Research Methods of Personality and Group Dynamics in Small Groups"
Column: Scientific Life