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CHAT* Reading notes

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Cole, M, and Maltzman, I. (1969) A Handbook of Contemporary Soviet Psychology. New York: Basic Books

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Cole, M. (1996) Cultural Psychology: A Once and Future Discipline. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press

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Daniels, H., Cole, M. & Wertsch, J.V. (2007) The Cambridge Companion to Vygotsky. New York: Cambridge University Press

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Daniels, H. (2008) Vygotsky and Research. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge

Dusavitskii, A.K. (1999/2003) On the Ideal Form of Personality Development in the System of Developmental Education. Journal of Russian and East European Psychology. 41(5), 34-50.

Davydov, V.V. (1990) Soviet Studies in Mathematics Education Volume 2, Types of Generalization in Instruction: Logical and Psychological Problems in the Structuring of School Curricula. Reston, Virginia: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics

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El'konin, D.B. (1989/1999) How to Teach Children to Read. Journal of Russian and East European Psychology. 37(6), 93-117.

Engestrom, Y. (2001) Expansive Learning at Work: toward an activity theoretical reconceptualization. Journal of Education and Work, 14(1), 133-156

Engestrom, Y., Miettinen, R. & R. Punamaki (1999) Perspectives on Activity Theory. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

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Gal'perin, P.Ya (1941/1980) The Role of Orientation in Thought. Soviet Psychology, 18(2), 84-99.

Gal'perin, P. (1976/1992) Human Instincts. Journal of Russian and East European Psychology. 30(4), 22-36.

Gal'perin, P.Ya. (1982) Intellectual Capabilities Among Older Preschool Children: On the Problem of Training and Mental Development. In W.W. Hartup (Ed.), Review of Child Development Research, vol. 6, pp. 526-546. Chicago: University of Chicago Press

Gal'perin, P.Ya (1969/1989) Study of the Intellectual Development of the Child. ''Soviet Psychology'', 27(3), 26-44. /reading/notes_on_galperin_1969_1989

Gal'perin, P.Ia (1978/1992) Stage-by-Stage Formation as a Method of Psychological Investigation. Journal of Russian and East European Psychology. 30(4), 60-80.

Gal'perin, P.Ya (1977/1997) Linguistic Consciousness and Some Questions of the Relationship between Language and Thought. Journal of Russian and East European Psychology. 30(4), 81-92.

Iwao, S. and Cole, M. (1996) The Development of the Mind as Psychological Systems. Journal of Russian and East European Psychology. 34(1), 6-15.

Karpov, Y.V. (2005) The Neo-Vygotskian Approach to Child Development. New York: Cambridge University Press

Kozulin, A. (1990) Vygotsky's Psychology: A Biography of Ideas. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press

Kudriavtsev, V.T. and Urazalieva, G.K. (2011) The Prerequisites of Personality Growth in Developmental Education. Journal of Russian and East European Psychology. 49(6), 64-83.

Kudriavtsev, V.T. (2001) The Productive Power of a Child's Imagination: A Logical Study. Journal of Russian and East European Psychology. 39(2), 6-29.

Lave, J. and Wenger, E. (1991) Situated Learning: Legitimate Peripheral Participation. New York: Cambridge University Press

Leontʹev, A.N. (1978) Activity, Consciousness, and Personality. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall

Luria, A.R. (1976) Cognitive Development: Its Cultural and Social Foundations (M. Cole, ed., M. Lopez-Morillas & L. Solotaroff, trans.). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press

Meshcheryakov, A. (1974/1979) Awakening to Life Deaf-Blind Children: Forming Behaviour and the Mind in Deaf-Blind Children. Moscow: Progress Publishers

Rubenshtein, S.L. (1958/1992) Thinking and Ways of Investigating It. Journal of Russian and East European Psychology. 32(5), 63-93.

Scribner, S. and Cole, M. (1981) The Psychology of Literacy. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press

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Sokolova, E.E. (2013) The Dialectical Logic of S.L. Rubinshtein and A.N. Leontiev and the Logical Foundations of Contemporary Psychology's Network Paradigm. Journal of Russian and East European Psychology. 51(4), 67-93.

Ulybina, E.V. (2002) Structure and Functions of Everyday Consciousness. Journal of Russian and East European Psychology. 40(6), 41-77.

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Vygotsky, L.S. (1971) The Psychology of Art. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press

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Wertsch, J.V. (2002) Voices of Collective Remembering. New York: Cambridge University Press

Zaporozhets, A.V. (1979/2002) Thought and Activity in Children. Journal of Russian and East European Psychology. 40(4), 18-29.

Zaporozhets, A.V. (1986/2002) Toward the Question of the Genesis, Function, and Structure of Emotional Processes in the Child. Journal of Russian and East European Psychology. 40(2), 45-66.

Zaparozhets, A.V. (2002) On the Active Nature of the Visual Perception of an Object. Journal of Russian and East European Psychology. 40(2), 13-21.

Zaparozhets, A.V. (2002) The Development of Sensations and Perceptions in Early and Preschool Childhood. Journal of Russian and East European Psychology. 40(2), 22-34.

Zaparozhets, A.V. (2002) The Development of Perception and Activity. Journal of Russian and East European Psychology. 40(2), 35-44.

Zaparozhets, A.V. (2002) The Role of L.S. Vygotsky in the Development of Problems of Perception. Journal of Russian and East European Psychology. 40(4), 3-17.

Zaparozhets, A.V. (2002) Perception, Movement, and Action. Journal of Russian and East European Psychology. 40(4), 53-93.

Zinchenko, V. and Munipov, V. (1979/1989) Fundamentals of Ergonomics. Moscow: Progress Publishers

Zinchenko, V.P. (2004) The Psychological Theory of Activity: "Remembrances of the Future". Journal of Russian and East European Psychology. 42(2), 30-68.

Zinchenko, V., Pruzhinin, B. and Shchedrina, T. (2010/2011) On a Structural Concept and Levels of Analysis of Activity. Journal of Russian and East European Psychology. 49(4), 66-76.


* CHAT stands for Cultural-Historical Activity Theory

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