International Centre for Research in Human Development

 

The International Centre for Research in Human Development was founded in 2014. The aims of the Centre are: conducting world-class research, training young scientists, involving leading Russian and international scientists in research and educational activities, and integrating current research into international scientific community.

Centre Scientific Council:
Robert Plomin (UK), Richard Tremblay (Canada), Stephen Petrill (US), Xinlin Zhou (China), Andrej A. Kibrik (Russia), Sergey N. Orlov (Russia)

Directors:
Yulia Kovas, Professor, Director of the International Laboratory for Interdisciplinary Investigations into Individual Differences in Learning (InLab), Goldsmiths, University of London (UK); Co-director of the Russian-British Laboratory for Behavioural Genetics.
Sergey Borisovich Malykh, Professor, Fellow of the Russian Academy of Education, Director of the Laboratory for Developmental Behavioural Genetics at Psychological Institute of the Russian Academy of Education, Co-director of the Russian-British Laboratory for Behavioural Genetics

Centre Board of Directors: Eduard V. Galazhinskiy (Russia), Michel Boivin (Canada), Gordon Harold (UK), Dmitry Y. Balanev (Russia), Zoya I. Rezanova (Russia).

Managing Director: Daria M. Matseputo

Science project manager: Alexey A. Miklashevsky

International Centre for Research in Human Development consists of:

The Laboratory for Cognitive Investigations and Behavioural Genetics (funded by the Government Mega-Grant awarded to Tomsk State University)

Institute of Genetic, Neurobiological and Social Foundations of Child Development:

  • Laboratory for Investigations into Biopsychosocial Factors in Child Development
  • Centre for Programme Evaluation and Knowledge Dissemination in Child Development

Laboratory for Cognitive Studies of Language

Laboratory for Cognitive Investigations in Space Exploration

Learn more about ethical aspects: http://lab.tsu.ru/cognitivestudies/node/14?lang=en