UNESCO Chair on the Cultural and Historical Psychology of Childhood

Moscow State University of Psychology and Education

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New issue of Cultural-Historical Psychology Journal

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We hereby announce a new issue of "Cultural-historical psychology" Journal, which includes a never before published interview with A.N. Leontiev.
Follow the link for contents: http://psyjournals.ru/kip/2013/n4/index.shtml

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UNESCO Bulletin

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UNESCODear colleagues,
An article about UNESCO Chair "Cultural-historical psychology of childhood" was published recently in UNESCO Bulletin.
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Psychology of the third millenium

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Конференция «Психология третьего тысячелетияDear friends!
We are pleased to invite you to a research and practice oriented conference "Psychology of the third millenium", which will take place on April 17, 2014 in International University of Nature, Society and Human "Dubna".
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New issue of Psychology Journal of University “Dubna”

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Dear colleagues! Please be informed that a new issue of Psychology Journal of University “Dubna” came out. View full text here - http://psyanima.ru/journal/2013/3/index.php?ref=news
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New issue of Cultural-Historical Psychology Journal

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Dear colleagues! Please be informed that a new issue of Cultural-Historical Psychology Journal came out. View contents - http://psyjournals.ru/en/kip/2013/n3/index.shtml
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Galperin Piotr YakovlevichGalperin Piotr Yakovlevich
2.10.1902 - 25.03.1988
Psychologist, author of theory of systematic formation of mental acts.
“Short of stature, with a sharp voice, very accurate both in the way he looks and in what he says. He had a good sense of humor: his laughter was frequent and very contagious.” P. Tulviste