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Journal of Cultural-Historical PsychologyCultural-Historical Psychology is a quarterly journal published by Moscow State University of psychology and Education (www.mgppu.ru). It is the International Society for Cultural and Activity Research is affiliated journal. It is recommended by the Higher Attestation Commission of Ministry of Science and Education of the Russian Federation for publishing doctoral research results.

Cultural-Historical Psychology indexed in EBSCO and PsychINFO as well as Russian scientific databases.

Cultural-Historical Psychology is an international journal that is dedicated to history, current advances and future perspectives of cultural-historical psychology of L.S. Vygotsky. The journal is aimed to publish classical achieves and original works on methodological, theoretical and practical issues of cultural-historical psychology, activity theory and their contemporary modifications alongside with concordant approaches such as dialogical studies and social constructionism.

Cultural-Historical Psychology provides the scene for dialogue and collaboration of researchers of cultural-activity theory all over the world. The journal submits manuscripts in Russian and in English (which can be then translated or published in the original). All papers published in the journal have been fully peer-reviewed by double-blind review by the members of international editorial board.

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Luriya Alexandr RomanovichLuriya Alexandr Romanovich
16.07.1902 - 14.08.1977
Psychologist, pioneer of Russian neuropsychology. Student of L.S. Vygotsky.
“He was a master of experiment, and believed that any psychological problem can be resolved through experiment.” E.D. Homskaya