Marina Sheveleva Spoke at XVI European Congress of Psychology
Marina Sheveleva, head of the HSE-Perm’s School of Foreign Languages, spoke at the XVI European Congress of Psychology which took place from July 2 to 5, 2019 in Moscow. The congress brought together more than 3000 psychologists, case workers, educators, public officials and other people interested in psychology, from 82 countries.
Marina’s paper was called ‘Imposter Syndrome among Russian Students: The Link between Perfectionism and Psychological Distress’. The study was carried out within the HSE-Perm’s high priority research area ‘Psychological Factors of a Person’s Social Well-being.’
The congress saw another paper by a participant in this research area. Emily Camp (Graduate Research Assistant, Department of Educational, School, & Counseling Psychology, University of Missouri) presented a paper entitled ‘Psychometric Evaluation of the Russian Family Almost Perfect Scale’.