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Journal Cover Psychology in Russia: State of the Art
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   ISSN (Print) 2074-6857
   Published by Russian Psychological Society Homepage  [2 journals]
  • Zinchenko Yu. P. (2013). Editorial. Psychology in Russia: State of the
           Art, 6 (1), 2
    • Abstract: Since the publication of its first issue in 2008, Psychology in Russia: State of the Art hadserved as a flagship journal for the Russian Psychological Society and has played animportant and unique role for the field of psychology in Russia. And with the psychologicalscience rapidly becoming increasingly international, integrated and multidisciplinary,the journal today enjoys a wide international readership and is becoming asource of scholarship in psychology worldwide.This year marks the transition of Psychology in Russia: State of the Art from annualto quarterly publication to encourage exploration, development and validation ofnew scholarly discoveries in the field. This required our editorial team to streamline thejournal’s review and publication processes to meet the challenge and see our journalevolve as it continues to grow in size and influence.
      PubDate: Tue, 04 Jun 2013 10:09:33 +040
       
  • Lebedeva, Nadezhda M., Tatarko, Alexander N. (2008). Ethnic Identity,
           Group Status and Type of Settlement as Predictors of Ethnic Intolerance.
           Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 1, 102-119
    • Abstract: The results of the field research of intergroup attitudes in Southern Russia (N=723) demonstrated that the relationships of the valence and uncertainty of ethnic identity, perceived discrimination and the level of religious identity with intergroup attitudes depend on a group status (majority-minority) and the type of settlement (dense - sparse). The perceived discrimination predicts the intolerance of intergroup attitudes among the majority group members whereas, the valence and uncertainty of ethnic identity - among the minorities members. The salience of ethnic identity and high level of religious identity predict intolerant attitudes among migrants with the dense way of settlement, the valence of identity and perceived discrimination predict intolerant attitudes among the migrants with the sparse type of settlement. The willingness to distinguish between people by religion provides the maintenance of their group boundaries and identity in multicultural regions of Russia. The growth of uncertainty of ethnic identity, decrease of perceived discrimination and the level of religious identity as well as general ethnic tolerance provide better adaptation of migrants in multicultural regions of Russia.
      PubDate: Wed, 29 May 2013 23:38:17 +040
       
  • Mezzich J.E., Zinchenko Y.P., Krasnov V.N., Pervichko E.I., Kulygina M.A.
           (2013) Person-centered approaches in medicine: clinical tasks,
           psychological paradigms, and postnonclassic perspective. Psychology in
           Russia: State of the Art, 6, 95-109
    • Abstract: The article aims to demonstrate advances in methodological means suggested by Vygotsky’s cultural-historical concept in association with a theoretical model of a Person-centered diagnosis and practical use of the construct for clinical psychology and medicine. This, to a greater extent, arises from the fact that the cultural-historical concept (due to its humanistic nature and epistemological content) is closely related to the person-centered integrative approach. But for all that the concept corresponds to the ideals of postnonclassical model of scientific rationality with a number of ‘key’ features. Above all it manifests its “methodological maturity” to cope with open self-developing systems, which is most essential at the modern stage of scientific knowledge. The work gives consideration to ‘defining pillars’ of Person-centered approach in modern medicine, to humanistic traditions of the Russian clinical school, and high prospects in diagnostics of such mental constructs as “subjective pattern of disease” and “social situation of personal development in disease” - within the context of person-centered integrative diagnosis. This article discusses the need for implementation a cross-cultural study of subjective pattern of disease and its correlation with a particular “social situation of personality development under disease conditions”. It aims at development and substantiation of the model of person-centered integrative approach, enhancement of its diagnostic scope and, consequently, improvement of the model of person-centered care in modern psychiatry and medicine.
      PubDate: Tue, 30 Apr 2013 11:56:58 +040
       
  • Veraksa A.N. (2013) Symbol as cognitive tool of mental activity.
           Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 6, 57-65
    • Abstract: The article describes various aspects of symbolic mediation and is aimed at showing its specificity. The author views a situation of uncertainty as a structural element of a symbol and introduces the notion of a symbol being a special tool for orientation in such situations. On the one hand, a symbol is contrasted to a sign, and on the other, is regarded as a transitional form in the process of its mastering. Author pays special attention to understanding the role of symbol in connection with understanding of play and its role in child’s development. Emotional and cognitive functions of symbol are defined and illustrated by examples.
      PubDate: Tue, 30 Apr 2013 11:23:05 +040
       
  • Zinchenko Y.P., Pervichko E.I.(2013) Nonclassical and Postnonclassical
           epistemology in Lev Vygotsky’s cultural-historical approach to clinical
           psychology. Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 6, 43-56
    • Abstract: The work presents historiographic and theoretical methodological study of establishment of fundamental theses of L.S. Vygotsky’s cultural-historical concept within the field of clinical psychology. We prove potency in application of contemporary philosophical concepts, which help distinguish between the types of scientific rationality (classical, nonclassical, and postnonclassical), for scientific reflection over the development of psychology and designation of paradigmatic status of cultural-historic concept suggested by L.S. Vygotsky and Vygotsky-Luria syndrome approach at the contemporary stage of science. Present study of scientific works of L.S. Vygotsky and his followers demonstrated that fundamentals of cultural-historic conception suggested by L.S. Vygotsky and further developed in methodology of Vygotsky-Luria syndrome approach, these fundamentals presented the origins of not only non-classical, but as well post-nonclassical model of scientific rationality. They are characterized by post-nonclassical understanding of the object and method of psychological study and post-nonclassical mode of thinking of the scientists. As it was showed, in works of L.S. Vygotsky there formulated general methodological requirements to organization of mental studies, which, on the whole, go in tune with the requirements introduced for study of complex self-developing systems. There were produced arguments to prove that the concept of Vygotsky-Luria syndrome approach describes mental syndromes as dynamic structures, which display the features of self-organization, self-determination and adaptive rationality. Hence, they can be regarded as open self-developing systems. We assume and verify the hypothesis that the syndrome analysis, due to the features of post-nonclassic modeling of scientific rationality it reveals, may be regarded as theoretically productive methodological approach at the modern stage of science.
      PubDate: Tue, 30 Apr 2013 11:21:54 +040
       
  • Bayanova L.F. (2013) Vygotsky’s Hamlet: the dialectic method and
           personality psychology. Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 6, 35-42
    • Abstract: This article presents an analysis of Vygotsky’s work on the psychology of art and his use of the image of Hamlet in the psychological analysis of personality. It also describes the capabilities of the dialectic method for assessing psychological problems. Reference to three dialectical oppositions—of the story and the plot, of the main character’s spinelessness and his insanity, and of subject and personality—allows the development of a theoretical analysis of the psychology of personality in its relationship to culture. Culture is defined as the system of normative situations. Keywords: image of Hamlet, dialectic method, culture, normative situation, personality, subject.
      PubDate: Fri, 26 Apr 2013 14:20:03 +040
       
  • Akhutina T.V., Pylaeva N.M. (2011). L.Vygotsky, A.Luria and Developmental
           Neuropsychology. Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 4, 155-175
    • Abstract: This article is devoted to Lev Vygotsky’s and Alexander Luria’s contribution to thetheory and methods of neuropsychology, and particularly, developmental neuropsychology.The first part of the article covers the principle foundations of neuropsychologyas elaborated by Vygotsky and Luria. The goal of the second part isto show what interpretation of learning disabilities can be derived from it.
      PubDate: Thu, 17 Jan 2013 17:57:14 +040
       
 
 
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