Program

Programme

The International Psychological Forum "Child in the Digital World" is dedicated to the issues of sustainable development of young children and adolescents in the context of the transformation of childhood caused by the digitalization of modern society.

1 June 2022

9:00 – 9:30
Moscow time
Moderator: Leybina Anna.

Associate Professor at the Faculty of Psychology at the Lomonosov Moscow State University, Member of the Executive Committee of the European Federation of Psychologsts’ Associations (EFPA), PhD in Psychology.

9:30 – 11:00
Moscow time
Moderator: Leybina Anna.

Associate Professor at the Faculty of Psychology at the Lomonosov Moscow State University, Member of the Executive Committee of the European Federation of Psychologsts’ Associations (EFPA), PhD in Psychology.

  1. What it means to be a child in the digital age: The Indian perspective
  2. Social Support To Improve Children's  Resilience During The Pandemic
  3. COVID-19 first lockdown as a unique window into language acquisition: What you do (with your child) matters
  4. Information Skills of Older Preschoolers: Diagnosis and Cartoon Technology for Development
  5. Use of mobiles and other digital tools: How to prevent from possible negative health impacts?
16:30 – 18:00
Moscow time
  1. The Digital Socialization Generation in a Mixed Reality: A Picture of the World and the Image of the Self
  2. Network analysis of problematic technology use, psychological distress, and meaning in life among children and adolescents
  3. Changes in parental care and screen media usage before and during the pandemic COVID-19 in Brazil
  4. The child as organizer and creator of his stories. Essential elements to tackle the digital world
  5. Transformation of children’s’ behavior of cultural patterns in the context of screen time
  6. Fostering preschool teachers’ readiness to use digital technologies in educational robotics
11:10 – 12:40
Moscow time
Moderator: Chursina Apollinaria. Researcher at Psychological Institute of the Russian Academy of Education, Researcher at the Department of Educational Psychology and Pedagogy at Faculty of Psychology of the Lomonosov Moscow State University, and doctoral student of the School of Health Sciences at the University of Granada (Spain)
Moderator: Leybina Anna.

Associate Professor at the Faculty of Psychology at the Lomonosov Moscow State University, Member of the Executive Committee of the European Federation of Psychologsts’ Associations (EFPA), PhD in Psychology.

  1. Children in the COVID-19 Pandemic - Challenges of the online class
  2. Cognitive, social and educational impact of technologies on the pupils of two basic schools in Catalão, Brazil
  3. Screen time or paper reading time: which is a stronger predictor for preschoolers’ emergent literacy skills during the transition to primary school
  4. Philosophical foundations for the development of children's thinking
  5. Evaluation of the quality of the organization of the educational process and remote forms of interaction between pedagogical staff of preschool education institutions and legal representatives of students during the pandemic
14:30 – 16:20
Moscow time
Moderator: Chursina Apollinaria. Researcher at Psychological Institute of the Russian Academy of Education, Researcher at the Department of Educational Psychology and Pedagogy at Faculty of Psychology of the Lomonosov Moscow State University, and doctoral student of the School of Health Sciences at the University of Granada (Spain)
Moderator: Vera Yakupova. Researcher at the Faculty of Psychology, Lomonosov Moscow State University (Russia). Psychologist, psychotherapist
  1. Childbirth experience before and during the COVID-19 pandemic: PTSD and postpartum depression
  2. Preparation for childbirth in the context of intensive motherhood: basic functions and paradigms
  3. Rural maternity practices in the modern city
  4. Navigating Institutional Inconsistencies Via Different Emotional Styles: Communication In Maternity Care In Russia
  5. Uncontested happiness and obligatory joy of motherhood. Post-Soviet changes in the social situation and attitudes towards motherhood in Russia
  6. Maternity Outcomes of Minority Women in Finland Survey – An Overview and Some Preliminary Findings
12:50 – 14:20
Moscow time
Moderator: Chursina Apollinaria. Researcher at Psychological Institute of the Russian Academy of Education, Researcher at the Department of Educational Psychology and Pedagogy at Faculty of Psychology of the Lomonosov Moscow State University, and doctoral student of the School of Health Sciences at the University of Granada (Spain)
Moderator: Veraksa Alexander.

Head of the Psychology of Education and Pedagogics Department Faculty of Psychology at the Lomonosov Moscow State University, Vice-Director of the Psychological Institute of the Russian Academy of Education, Vice-President of the Russian Psychological Society, Full Member of the Russian Academy of Education, Doctor of Psychology.

  1. Digital game as means of development
  2. Development of executive functions in play: role of an adult
  3. Mediation of video game consumption in Havana schoolchildren
  4. Play makes a real difference
  5. Internet gaming and addiction in Nepal context

2 June 2022

9:00 – 10:30
Moscow time
Moderator: Chursina Apollinaria. Researcher at Psychological Institute of the Russian Academy of Education, Researcher at the Department of Educational Psychology and Pedagogy at Faculty of Psychology of the Lomonosov Moscow State University, and doctoral student of the School of Health Sciences at the University of Granada (Spain)
Moderator: Veraksa Alexander.

Head of the Psychology of Education and Pedagogics Department Faculty of Psychology at the Lomonosov Moscow State University, Vice-Director of the Psychological Institute of the Russian Academy of Education, Vice-President of the Russian Psychological Society, Full Member of the Russian Academy of Education, Doctor of Psychology.

  1. Morphofunctional characteristics of Mongolian schoolchildren with different levels of physical activity
  2. Different types of obesity in children and their relation to physical fitness level
  3. Psychological and pedagogical support for parents of a child with disabilities in a digital environment
  4. Risks of the social situation of a child's development in the context of information socialization
  5. Pedagogical foundations of design of developing computer games for children with intellectual disabilities
12:20 – 14:20
Moscow time
Moderator: Petr Bezmenov.
Moderator: Tkhostov Aleksander. Doctor of Psychology, Professor of Neuro- and Pathopsychology Department, Faculty of Psychology, Lomonosov Moscow State University (Moscow, Russia)
  1. Effectiveness of diagnosing ADHD using virtual reality glasses
  2. A systematic view of the development of a child in the digital world: the position of parents
  3. A systematic view of the development of a child in the digital world: the position of a teenager
  4. Children at a “distance”: changing the mental health of schoolchildren during distance learning
  5. Features of health anxiety in children aged 9-11 in a pandemic situation
  6. Psychological Functions of Usage of smartphones by Teenagers during Individual Psychotherapy Sessions
  7. Clinical and psychological motives in Russian animation
10:40 – 12:10
Moscow time
Moderator: Galina Dolya. Founder of 'Key to Learning' and Curriculum Director/Co-Author of the 'Key to Learning' curriculum
  1. Vygotsky in Action in the Early Years: the Key to Learning curriculum
  2. Children and adults - from caterpillars to butterflies through Key To Learning tools
  3. Developing children’s learning abilities to ensure academic, social and personal success
  4. Home-Based Learning and Hybrid Learning Programme for Pre-Schoolers
  5. The Impact of the Digital World in the Development and Learning Structures in Early Childhood
16:10 – 17:40
Moscow time
Moderator: Yulia Solovieva. Professor, Director of the Institute of Neuropsychology and Psychopedagogy of Puebla (INPP) (Mexico). Specialist in Developmental Psychology, Educational Psychology and Child and Adult Neuropsychology.
  1. Psychology and neuroscience of creativity and imagination
  2. Psychology and neuropsychology in the Digital World
  3. Digitalization of childhood from a neurologist's point of view: risks and bonuses for children's brains
  4. On-line drawing classes : development of spatial functions in preschoolers
  5. Clinical child psychology in the digital world
14:30 – 16:00
Moscow time
Moderator: Chursina Apollinaria. Researcher at Psychological Institute of the Russian Academy of Education, Researcher at the Department of Educational Psychology and Pedagogy at Faculty of Psychology of the Lomonosov Moscow State University, and doctoral student of the School of Health Sciences at the University of Granada (Spain)
Moderator: Dmitry Kornienko. Senior Researcher at the Laboratory of Childhood Psychology and Digital Socialization of the Psychological Institute of the Russian Academy of Education (Russia),
Professor at the Department of General Psychology, Institute of Social Sciences, Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration under the President of the Russian Federation
  1. Conscious self-regulation as a meta-resource of adolescent’s well-being
  2. Teenagers’ Social Networking and Extremist Attitudes
  3. Jumping out of the mind: Children’s response to the ‘living in the computer simulation’ hypothesis
  4. The features of online social network use as predictors of teenager’s life-satisfaction
  5. Personality characteristics of adolescents with different levels of Internet addiction