Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, Moscow: Russian Psychological Society, Lomonosov Moscow State University, 2016, 3, 232 p.

Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, Moscow: Russian Psychological Society, Lomonosov Moscow State University, 2016, 3, 232 p.

Mathematical learning: New perspectives and challenges

  • Sex differences in mathematical achievement: Grades, national test, and self-confidence.
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  • Development-focused educational texts as a basis for learners’ intellectual development in studying mathematics (DET technology).
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  • The relation between college students’ academic mindsets and their persistence during math problem solving.
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  • Problem solution as a guided activity with Mexican schoolchildren.
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  • Development of children’s early understanding of numeric structure.
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Developmental psychology

  • Distinctive features of adolescent hardiness in families of different composition.
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  • Structural characteristics of the institutional environment for young children.
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  • Communication difficulties in teenagers with health impairments.
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  • Psychological predictors of inhibition development in educational environments.
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  • Gender and age aspects of child psychological defenses in child-mother relationships.
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Educational psychology

  • Psychological resources of modern Russian adolescents’ resilience to violence in the educational environment.
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  • The role of teacher-child interaction in promoting peer communication.
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  • Cognitive and value parameters of students’ perceptions of the effects of psychoactive substances.
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  • Pilot research on a pupil’s psychological safety in the multicultural educational environment.
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  • Intellectual and personality factors in the achievement of high exam effectiveness in first-year Russian university students.
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