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The Neuropsychology of Interpersonal Relationships in an Era of Pandemic and Cultural Integration
Submission Deadline: April 30, 2023 (Open) Submit Now
Vsevolod Konstantinov, PhD, Professor
Department of General Psychology, Penza State University, 440026 Penza, Russia
Research interests: problems of adaptation of migrants in new living conditions; psychological aspects of cultural transmission; sociopsychological aspects of personality disadaptation; transformation of migrant identity; ethnic identity; local community; integration; migrants; refugees
About This Topic
COVID-19 pandemic has not only thrown up new challenges but also opened up new opportunities for research in the field of interpersonal relations. In fact, it was a grand experiment that allowed for the study of human interaction in entirely new circumstances rarely encountered in ordinary life.
How did interpersonal relationships change under quarantine conditions? What new effects were revealed under the dominance of online communication and interaction? What changes did the phenomena of interpersonal solidarity, trust and alienation under the new conditions undergo? The pandemic has also provided a new perspective on the issues of cultural interaction, which are of great interest to researchers of migration and the integration of immigrants in the host society.
For this special issue we offer empirical contributions related to the neuropsychology of interpersonal relations in the era of pandemic and cultural integration, including systematic reviews, quantitative and qualitative studies.
We welcome scholarly articles, reviews, and papers of an interdisciplinary nature that allow us to expand our understanding of the field.
interpersonal relationships; transformation of interpersonal relationships; COVID-19; immigrants; host population
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