The Vygotsky Family Archive: New Findings

  title={The Vygotsky Family Archive: New Findings},
  author={Ekaterina Zavershneva},
  journal={Journal of Russian \& East European Psychology},
  pages={34 - 60}
  • E. Zavershneva
  • Published 1 January 2010
  • Psychology
  • Journal of Russian & East European Psychology
English translation © 2010 M.E. Sharpe, Inc., from the Russian text © 2008 “Voprosy psikhologii.” “Zapisnye knizhki, zametki, nauchnye dnevniki L.S. Vygotskogo (1912–1934): rezul’taty issledovaniia semeinogo arkhiva,” Voprosy psikhologii, 2001, no. 2, pp. 92–102. A publication of the Russian Academy of Education. The author expresses heartfelt gratitude to Gita L’vovna Vygodskaia and Elena Evgen’evna Kravtsova for assistance in working with the archive and for valuable counsel. Translated by… 
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