UNESCO Chair on the Cultural and Historical Psychology of Childhood

Moscow State University of Psychology and Education

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Ermolaeva Marina Valerievna

Positions held: Professor of the UNESCO Chair "Cultural-Historical Psychology of Childhood"

Education level: higher, Moscow State University M.V. Lomonosov (1975)

Qualification: psychologist, teacher of psychology

Names of the direction of training and (or) specialty: psychology

Academic degree: Doctor of Psychology

Academic title: professor

Further training and (or) professional retraining: "Psychological support of specialists working in the field of child telephone counseling", 64 hours, 2018, FSBEI HE MSUPE

Total work experience: 42 years

Work experience in the specialty: 42 years

Research interests: psychology of development of an adult, gerontopsychology, psychological problems of andragogy and gerontogogy, the formation of subjectivity throughout the life of a person, psychological foundations of personality development in higher education, health psychology, psychology of art, psychology of management and business communication

Teaching subjects, courses, disciplines and sections of the modules: "Methodological seminar" Modern principles of collecting and processing experimental data", "Methodological seminar "Specificity of presentation of research results in the education system", "Methodological seminar" Modern approaches to the formation of programs of psychological and pedagogical support"

Author of over 260 scientific publications, including 24 books

Phone: +7 (495) 632-94-33

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