The collection covers current developments in the theory and practice of social and political
psychology. There are discussed the issues of collective intuition, and prognostic potential of socio-
psychological research. It is highlighted the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and quarantine
restrictions on the psychological well-being of the individual, social cohesion and trust, the
experience of privacy, the organization of volunteer psychological support activities. There are
studied the factors of development of civic competencies, and civic identity of Ukrainians, the
problems of group interaction phenomenology, and community readiness for emergencies. There
are considered the risks of cybersocialization, the media technologies to support discriminated
persons, the tools for uncertainty tolerance measuring. There are offered innovative approaches to
educational process organization.
Addressed to social and political psychologists, specialists of related sciences, teachers, Ph.D.
students, and university students.