Faculty of Legal and Forensic Psychology


Inna Bovina

Faculty of Legal and Forensic Psychology, Department of Clinical and Forensic Psychology


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Academic degree: Doctor of Psychological Sciences (2009, specialty 19.00.05 Social Psychology, dissertation on “Social concepts of health and disease: structure, dynamics, mechanisms”, Department of Social Psychology of the Faculty of Psychology of Lomonosov Moscow State University, 2009); Candidate of Psychological Sciences (1998, specialty 19.00.05 Social psychology, dissertation on the topic “Socio-psychological analysis of group problem solving”)
Academic title: Associate professor
Education level: higher education, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Faculty of Psychology
Direction of training and (or) specialty: Psychology
Qualification: Psychologist, psychology teacher
Total work experience: 27 years
Work experience in the specialty: 25 years
Scientific interests:

  • methodology and methods of research;
  • social impact;
  • social psychology;
  • theory of social representations;
  • psychology of risk;
  • social psychology of health and disease;
  • mechanisms of social behavior;
    group decision-making.

Participation in editorial boards of scientific journals:
Deputy Editor-in-Chief of the journal “Psychology and Law”.
Member of the editorial board of the journal “Bulletin of the RUDN. The series “Psychology and Pedagogy”.

Taught courses:

  • Psychology of health
  • Quantitative analysis of empirical data
  • Qualitative analysis of empirical data
  • Methodological foundations of psychology
  • Scientific schools and theories in modern psychology
  • Scientific and methodological seminar
  • Mathematical processing of psychological and pedagogical research data in the SPSS program
  • Planning and conducting specialized psychological and pedagogical research
  • Actual psychological problems of modern society
  • History and methodology of legal psychology
  • Fundamentals of student’s scientific activity
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  • RHSF: 16-26-08001 a(m) – How does health come to children? Development of social ideas about health in children and adolescents from a cross-cultural perspective (France/Russia). 2016 – 2017 – Bovina I.B. Dvoryanchikov N.V
  • RHSF: 12-06-00719 a – Drug addiction and suicide among young people: an interdisciplinary study 2012 – 2013 – Bovina I.B. Dvoryanchikov N.V.
  • RHSF grant: 13-06-00559 a (“Psychological support of the safety of the educational environment of primary school in the context of the introduction of new educational standards”, performer);
  • RHSF grant:13-46-93007 k (“Preparation of a popular science book on the topic “What do parents need to know about teenage suicides?”, performer);
  • RHSF grant: 13-06-14045 (“Organization and holding of the All-Russian scientific and practical conference “Safety of the educational environment: psychological assessment and support”, performer).

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