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ABS422 - The development of cultural-historical paradigm in Russian scientific periodical publications: 10-year results

3.9 Other topics related to Theme 3
2:40 PM, Thursday 31 Aug 2017 (20 minutes)
The article presents the analysis of the development of the ideas of L.S. Vygotsky's school using the example of the publications in the international scientific journal Cultural-Historical Psychology (for the period 2005 through 2016). Over the period from 2005 to the end of 2016, 595 articles of 524 authors from 32 countries have been published in the journal Cultural-Historical Psychology. The study of the subjects of the articles published in the journal was held within the framework of the following criteria: scientometric publication indicators; group of authors; themes of the publications; relevance of the articles for their readers. The research uses the following sources: Russian Science Citation Index (RSCI); repository data of the psychological editions of; report data on the activities of the journal Cultural-Historical Psychology. The selected topics and review the basic content of the publications presented in the research  12 thematic units allocated in empirical studies: Speech and thinking (17%); Socialization, communication, attitude (14%); Education (9%); Perception (6%); Memory (6%); Special and neuropsychology (9%); Personality, motivation, emotions (11%); Ethnocultural research (3%); Family (9%); Religious identity (4%); Types of activities, interests (8%); Art, creativity (4%). The most developed areas are the studies of speech and thinking, personality, and communication.
Moscow State University of Psychology and Education
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