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Understanding Vygotsky: A Quest for Synthesis

@inproceedings{Veer1992UnderstandingVA,
  title={Understanding Vygotsky: A Quest for Synthesis},
  author={Ren{\'e} van der Veer and Jaan Valsiner},
  year={1992}
}
Part 1: Lev Vygotsky literature and art. Part 2 The first years in Moscow 1924-1928: pedagogical psychology defectology the role of psychoanalysis the context of Vygotsky's entrance into psychology - Konstantin Kornilov and reactology crisis in psychology Vygotsky and Gestalt psychology. Part 3 The cultural-historical theory 1928-1932: cultural-historical theory the expedition to Central Asia the universe of words - Vygotsky's view on concept formation. Part 4 Moscow, Kharkov and Leningrad 1932… 

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