Psychometric properties of the Russian version of the utrecht Work engagement scale (UWES-9).
Assessment of the digital competence in Russian adolescents and parents: Digital Competence Index.
Psychological adaptation in the info-communication society: The revised version of Technology-Related Psychological Consequences Questionnaire.
Human errors: their psychophysical bases and the Proprioceptive Diagnosis of Temperament and Character (DP-TC) as a tool for measuring.
Stimulus determinants of the phenomenon of change blindness.
A substantial psychometric analysis of the scales of the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory: F. B. Berezin’s version, the MMIL.
The psychometric properties of the Russian version of the Empathy Quotient.
Problems with the assessment of shame and guilt.
Multimethod approach to measuring values in a school context: exploring the association between Congruence — Discrepancy Index (CO DI) and task commitment.
Relativist Psychology: a New Concept of Psychological Measurement.
Methodology of Neuropsychological Assessment:Qualitative (Metasyndromal Analysis of Cognitive Deficit Structure) and Quantitative (Psychometric Estimate) Aspects.
Testing of Mental Abilities.
Morphology and Developmental Language Disorders: New Tools for Russian.
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.