Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, Moscow: Russian Psychological Society, Lomonosov Moscow State University, 2017, 4, 208 p.

Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, Moscow: Russian Psychological Society, Lomonosov Moscow State University, 2017, 4, 208 p.

  • Making human beings human: A tribute to Bronfenbrenner’s centennial.
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    789

Educational psychology

  • Dependence of success in foreign language acquisition at primary school age on reaction type and cognitive control.
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    1044
  • Comprehension of idiomatic expressions by Russian speaking typically developing children.
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    1188
  • Learning about concepts through everyday language interactions in preschools.
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  • Psychological and socio-cultural adaptation of international journalism students in Russia: The role of communication skills in the adaptation process.
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    1545
  • The interrelationship between cognitive control and academic success of first-year students: An interdisciplinary study.
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    1073
  • Knowledge of Romani language grammar.
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    1761
  • Embodied finger counting in children with different cultural backgrounds and hand dominance.
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    1105
  • Big Five Factors and academic achievement in Russian students.
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    3232

Social psychology

  • Socio-cultural differences in the self-descriptions of two groups of Azerbaijanian students learning in the Russian and Azerbaijani languages.
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    907
  • Runaway behavior among children in residential care in St. Petersburg: A qualitative study.
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    1281

Virtual reality

  • A study of Generation Z’s involvement in virtual reality.
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    1762
  • Creativity in online gaming: Individual and dyadic performance in Minecraft.
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    1626

Clinical psychology

  • Syndromic analysis in child neuropsychology: A case study.
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    781
  • An inner picture of health as a factor in changing a child’s behavior to health-promoting behavior.
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    771

Well-being in adults

  • The subjective well-being of a person as a prism of personal and socio-psychological characteristics.
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    787
  • Regulatory and personality predictors of the reliability of professional actions
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