Psychological underpinning of personalized approaches in modern medicine: syndrome analysis of mitral valve prolapsed patients.
The siege of Leningrad (1941–1944): memories of the survivors who have lived through the trauma.
Cultural-psychological and clinical perspectives of research on phenomena of subjective uncertainty and ambiguity.
The Methodology of Syndrome Analysis within the Paradigm of "Qualitative Research in Clinical Psychology".
Nonclassical and Postnonclassical epistemology in Lev Vygotsky’s cultural-historical approach to clinical psychology.
Person-centered approaches in medicine: clinical tasks, psychological paradigms, and postnonclassic perspective.
The prevalence of drug use among university students in St. Petersburg, Russia.
Coping behavior of women with breast cancer with visible postsurgery deformity.
The development of affective behavioral complexes: a level-based model.
Clinical Psychology of Corporeality: Principles of Cultural-Historical Subject Analysis.
Autism as a Model of Abnormal Emotional Development.
The research of Proactive Coping Behavior of Patients with Chronic Non-Specific Lung Disease.
Phenomenon of Psychological Defense.
Narcissism as Clinical and Socio-Cultural Phenomenon.
The Development of Psychiatry and Psychoanalysis in Post- totalitarian and Transitional Societies.
School Disadaptation in Children with Speech Underdevelopment and its Prevention.
Morphology and Developmental Language Disorders: New Tools for Russian.
The Influence of a Pregnant Woman’s Social Well-Being on the Quality of Her Life.
Comparative analysis of Russian and foreign systems for the neuropsychological diagnosis of children from the standpoint of the psychometric approach and its limitations when used in clinical practice.
Affective-cognitive Differentiation and Integrity as a Dispositional Factor in Personality and Behavioral Disorders.