Description of the organisation
Institute for Research in Social Communication, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovakia.
- was established in 1990 as a centre of basic research into complex relations between the biological, social and cultural aspects of human existence. Its focus is on communication, which is both the subject of research and its methodological framework. The research is carried out within the conceptual frameworks of social psychology and other psychological sciences (neuropsychology, evolutionary psychology, health psychology, environmental psychology), as well as systematic philosophy, history of philosophy, logic and methodology of sciences, ethics, anthropology, pedagogy and other adjacent disciplines. In August 2011, the Centre for Pedagogy Research of SAS was established within the Institute.