Фабрикант Маргарита Сауловна

Marharyta S. Fabrykant

Candidate of Psychology, Associate Professor

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Born on September 6th, 1984 in Minsk.

1999, 2000 and 2001 - 1st prize at country-level competitions of schoolchildren in the Belarusian language.

2001 - graduated from the Minsk pedagogical gymnasium with a golden medal.

2003 - 1st prize in an essay competition 'European Union in the 21st century' organized by the Center of European Documentation And Information of the Belarusian State University.

2001, 2002 and 2003 - received the Cambridge University FCE. CAE and CPE certificates of proficiency in English as a foreign language.

2005 and 2006 - 1st category in the country-level competition of students' scholarly works, 2005 - laureate of the competition in the section 'Psychology, pedagogical and correctional psychology'.

2005 - bachelor of psychology.

2006 - graduated cum laude from the faculty of philosophy and social sciences of the BSU with the specialization 'Psychologist. Teacher of psychology'.

2007 - received the Warsaw University certificate of the advanced knowledge of Polish as a foreign language.

2008 - 1st prize in an essay competition 'Contemporary Belarus: from Dream to Reality'.

2009 - awarded the stipendium of the President of the Republic of Belarus for graduate students.

2009 - completed graduate studies at the faculty of philosophy and social sciences of the BSU in the field of social psychology.

Since 2009 - lecturer at the chair of psychology of the faculty of philosophy and social sciences of the BSU.

2009-2011 - participant of the international project "Comparative Study of Everyday Life: Current Theoretical Paradigms, Methodological Orientations and Teaching Practices".

Scientific Interests:

  • Cross-cultural psychology, cultural psychology, intercultural psychology, indigenous psychology, ethnic psychology.
  • Interdisciplinary studies in nations and nationalism.
  • Narratology.
  • Metahistory.
  • Social psychology of science.
  • Social trust.