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Vygotsky Circle as a Personal Network of Scholars: Restoring Connections Between People and Ideas
  • A. Yasnitsky
  • Sociology, Medicine
  • Integrative psychological & behavioral science
  • 11 June 2011
The name of Lev Vygotsky (1896-1934) is well-known among contemporary psychologists and educators. The cult of Vygotsky, also known as “Vygotsky boom”, is probably conducive to continuousExpand
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Vygotsky in English: What Still Needs to Be Done
At present readers of English have still limited access to Vygotsky’s writings. Existing translations are marred by mistakes and outright falsifications. Analyses of Vygotsky’s work tend to downplayExpand
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Revisionist Revolution in Vygotskian Science: Toward Cultural-Historical Gestalt Psychology
Lev Vygotsky is presumably the best-known and the most-cited Russian psychologist today. At least this seems to be true of contemporary Russia and North America (Aleksandrova-Howell, Abramson, andExpand
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Vygotsky: An Intellectual Biography
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VYGOTSKY CIRCLE DURING THE DECADE OF 1931-1941: TOWARD AN INTEGRATIVE SCIENCE OF MIND, BRAIN, AND EDUCATION
This dissertation presents a study of the scientific practices of the circle ofVygotsky’s closest collaborators and students during the decade of the 1930s-andincluding the early 1940s (untilExpand
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Revisionist revolution in Vygotsky studies
Foreward, Alex Kozulin PART I. Contexts and People 1. The archetype of Soviet psychology: From Stalinism of the 1930s to the "Stalinist science" of our days, Anton Yasnitsky 2. Unity in diversity:Expand
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Lev Vygotsky: Philologist and defectologist, a sociointellectual biography.
Among the pioneers of psychology, Lev Vygotsky (1896-1934) may be the best known of those who are least understood. This is not just a problem of historical scholarship: The misunderstanding ofExpand
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From Vygotsky to Vygotskian psychology: introduction to the history of the Kharkov School.
Around the end of the 1920s, Vygotsky introduced his integrative framework for psycho-logical research to the Soviet Union. This framework was not abandoned and forgotten until its rediscovery inExpand
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