The 70th anniversary of scientific activities of G.S. Kostiuk Institute of Psychology of the National Academy of Pedagogical Sciences of Ukraine
AbstractG.S. Kostiuk Institute of Psychology of the National Academy of Pedagogical Sciences of Ukraine was founded on October 1, 1945 by the № 1573 Resolution of the Council of People's Commissars of the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic as the Research Institute of Psychology of the UkrSSR. In 1996 the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine named the Institute after a prominent Ukrainian psychologist Grygory Sylovych Kostiuk. The mission of the Institute is the conduct of fundamental, applied and other research aimed to solve important methodological, theoretical and applied problems of psychological science and practice.The main activities of the Institute include: development and scientific substantiation of state projects and concepts of education, psychological and pedagogical sciences in Ukraine; conduct of research requested by enterprises, institutions and organizations; publishing activities, establishment and publication of printed and electronic scientific publications; training of highly qualified research and teaching staff in the field of psychological sciences by means of postgraduate (PhD and Doctoral) programs; organization and conduct of scientific and practical conferences, seminars, meetings, symposia, congresses, forums, assemblies and other activities to disseminate psychological knowledge and promote the Institute’s work results; development of methodological recommendations and technologies for psychological help to managers and employees in organizations from different social sectors (education, civil service, army, business, medicine, etc.) as well as to school and college students and their parents, etc. In 2015, G.S. Kostyuk Institute of Psychology of the NAPS of Ukraine celebrates the 70th anniversary of its scientific activities. the Scientific Council of the Institute has planned and approved a number of special scientific events in 2015-2016.
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