4 edition of A. R. Luria And Contemporary Psychology found in the catalog.
December 30, 2004
by Nova Science Publishers
Written in English
|Contributions||Tatiana Akhutina (Editor), Janna Glozman (Editor), Lena Moskovich (Editor), Dorothy Robbins (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||206|
Abstract. A world-renowned scientist, Luria’s theories continue to excite experts more than 30 years beyond death. By the s, following Luria’s death (Aug ), a survey of neuropsychologists divulged that he was revered as “Number 1” amongst the ten founders of neuropsychology (Akhutina and Pylaeva, L. Vygotsky, A. Luria and developmental Author: Dana Princiotta, Sam Goldstein. A. R. Luria’s close collaboration with his mentor and friend L. S. Vygotsky culminated in a range of important contributions to cultural-historical, developmental and cross-cultural psychology. A psychologist by training, later in life Luria also earned a medical degree while already a professor of psychology.
A.R. Luria is professor of psychology at the University of Moscow. His books include Higher Cortical Functions in Man (), The Mind of a Mnemonist (), and The Man With a Shattered World ()/5(20). LURIA, A. R. ()The Soviet psychologist Alexandr Romanovich Luria is best known for his work in neuropsychology but also contributed to developmental and crosscultural psychology. The son of a prominent physician, Luria graduated from the University of Kazan in and joined the staff of the Moscow Institute of Psychology in He tempered his early interest .
Introduction. Alexander Romanovich Luria (–) represents one of the major and most influential authors in cognitive neurosciences, in particular in neuropsychology, during the 20th century (Haggbloom et al., ).Indeed, he is frequently regarded as the founder of contemporary neuropsychology (Goldberg, , ).His papers, book chapters, and books Cited by: 1. Contemporary implications of Vygotsky and Luria. Worcester, Mass.: Clark University Press, (OCoLC) Named Person: L S Vygotskiĭ; L S Vygotskiĭ; A R Lurii︠a︡; Heinz Werner; L S Vygotskiĭ: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Michael Cole; .
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Luria And Contemporary Psychology: Festschrift Celebrating The Centennial Of The Birth Of Luria Hardcover – Decem by Tatiana Akhutina (Author), Janna Glozman (Author), Lena Moskovich (Author), Dorothy Robbins (Author) & 1 moreCited by: 4.
A.R. Luria and Contemporary Psychology: Festschrift Celebrating the Centennial of the Birth of Luria. This Luria Festschrift is dedicated to the life and legacy of A R Luria, celebrating the centennial anniversary of his birth ().
There is no scholar more versed in the original Vygotsky-Luria work, or its contemporary resonances, than Dr.
Jane Knox, who now, with the late Dr. Victor Golod, has provided us with a brilliant and scholarly translation of the [book], which A. R. Luria And Contemporary Psychology book has enriched with a richly detailed introduction and fascinating : Paperback.
Luria's thinking and conceptual style reflect his genius and rich understanding of brain-behavior relationships. As those who have read it agree, Luria demonstrates remarkable insight with his complex analysis and his qualitative analysis is ""breathtaking.
A.R. Luria is professor of psychology at the University of Moscow. His books include Higher Cortical Functions in Man (), The Mind of a Mnemonist (), and The Man With a Shattered World ().Cited by: Review of contemporary developments supporting the appropriateness and usefulness of these concepts is presented.
It is finally concluded that Luria is one of the major founders of contemporary. Alexander R. Luria has 42 books on Goodreads with ratings.
Alexander R. Luria’s most popular book is Psicologia e Pedagogia: Bases Psicológicas da. Alexander Luria: Life, research & contribution to neuroscience Maria Ilmarovna Kostyanaya. The University of Queensland. Pieter Rossouw.
School of Psychology, School of Social Work and Human Services The University of Queensland. Alexander Luria was the founder of Russian neuropsychology who based his studies on the above-mentioned general psychological framework.
Luria, A. () The development of the role of speech in mental processes: The regulative function of speech and its development. In Language and cognition, ed.
Wertsch. Washington, DC: V. n & SonsCited by: 1. Luria's approach to neuropsychological assessment was examined. Three basic points of departure from Luria are presented: his interpretation. A.R. Luria and contemporary psychology: festschrift celebrating the centennial of the birth of Luria. Contemporary Neuropsychology and the Legacy of Luria book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Best known as a founding father of ne 3/5(1). Luria's last work, summing up his contributions to the study of the psychology of language. Discusses his general philosophical approach and theoretical and empirical research, providing a concise account of how he applied his ideas to the developmental, cross-cultural, and clinical issues of language and : Joseph H.
Danks, Alexander R. Luria, James V. Wertsch. Alexander Romanovich Luria (–) is recognized as one of the most inﬂu-ential 20th century scientists in cognitive neurosciences, in particular in neuropsy-chology (Haggbloom et al., ).
Indeed, he is frequently regarded as the founder of contemporary neuropsychology (Goldberg,). Papers, book chapters. Luria and the Cultural-Historical Approach in Psychology 37 Approach 1: Human characteristics derive from genotypical codes and are essentially physiological processes deriving from reflexes.
Approach 2: Human consciousness develops from the nature of social processes, so the content of consciousness reflects social relations. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Festschrift for A.R. Luria. Description: xi, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Contents: E. Alexander Romanovich Luria Александр Романович Лурия Maria Ilmarovna Kostyanaya A fairly limited number of official and translated materials on the origins of Soviet neuropsychology and the biography of its founder, Alexander Romanovich Luria, is available (Akhutina, ; Homskaya, ).
Despite undoubted social restrictions pertaining to the. To approach this question, he and A.R. Luria planned two expeditions to Uzbekistan during andalthough only Luria actually travelled there, with some other colleagues.
The purpose of this research program was clear: to investigate the influence of culture, and in particular, one of its most important institutions, education, on the Cited by: 1.
Peiró, J. M., Mateu, C., and Carpintero, H. El impacto de la obra de A. Luria en la comunidad cientifica actual [The impact of A. Luria's work on the contemporary scientific community].
Revista de Historia de la Psicología 1: Google ScholarCited by:. Alexander Romanovitch Luria is widely recognized as one of the most prominent neuropsychologists of the twentieth century. This book - written by his long-standing colleague and published in Russian by Moscow University Press infifteen years after his death - is the first serious volume from outside the Luria family devoted to his life and work and includes the .L.S.
Vygotsky and A.R. Luria: Foundations of Neuropsychology I would like to start this paper with one memory. Inwhen I completed my dissertation, L.S. Tsvetkova, my scientific adviser, decided to show the manuscript to Alexander Romanovich Luria. He made a single correction: in one place, concerning the detailed.Luria was born in Kazan, Russia in He died in Moscow of heart failure in InLuria married Lana Linchina, also a scientist, and together they had one daughter, Elena Alexandrovna Luria, herself a distinguished microbiologist.
Luria is highly regarded in the.