Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, Moscow: Russian Psychological Society, Lomonosov Moscow State University, 2019, 1, 200 p.

Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, Moscow: Russian Psychological Society, Lomonosov Moscow State University, 2019, 1, 200 p.

Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, Moscow: Russian Psychological Society, Lomonosov Moscow State University, 2019, 1, 200 p.
2019
Volume 12 (01)
Language and cognition
Guest editors:
Csaba Pléh, Boris B. Velichkovsky
  • Understanding of Active and Passive Constructions in 7- to 10-Year-Old Russian-Speaking Children: Reliance on Inflections or Word Order
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    Akhutina, T.V., Panikratova, Y.R., Korneev, A.A., Matveeva, E.Yu. & Vlasova, R.M. (2019). Understanding of active and passive constructions in 7- to 10-year-old Russian-speaking children: Reliance on inflections or word order. Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 12(1), 3–20.

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  • Developing Secondary Language Identity in the Context of Professional Communication
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    Denissova, G.V., Redkina, E.A., Zalizniak A.A. (2019). Developing secondary language identity in the context of professional communication. Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 12(1), 21–30.

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  • Information-processing in French Adults Practicing Deception
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    Fekete, G. (2019). Information-processing in French adults practicing deception. Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 12(1), 31–48.

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  • A Four-Dimensional Spherical Model of Interaction Between Color and Emotional Semantics
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    Kiselnikov A.A., Sergeev A.A., Vinitskiy D.A. (2019). A Four-Dimensional Spherical Model of Interaction Between Color and Emotional Semantics. Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 12(1), 48-66.

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  • What Are You Tinking About Where? Syntactic Ambiguity between Abstract Arguments and Concrete Adjuncts in Hungarian, Modulated by Concreteness
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    Forgács B., Pléh C. (2019). What Are You Thinking About Where? Syntactic Ambiguity between Abstract Arguments and Concrete Adjuncts in Hungarian, Modulated by Concreteness. Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 12(1), 67-78.

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  • The Relationship of Language and Intelligence Development to the Maturity of the Subcortical Structures in Children with Specific Language Disorders
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    Efimova V.L, Nikolaeva E.I. (2019). The Relationship of Language and Intelligence Development to the Maturity of the Subcortical Structures in Children with Specific Language Disorders. Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 12(1), 79-88.

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  • Modeling Personality Structure Using Semantic Relationships: Is the HEXACO Honesty-Humility a Distinct Trait?
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    Gill C.M.H.D., Berezina E. (2019). Modeling Personality Structure Using Semantic Relationships: Is the HEXACO Honesty-Humility a Distinct Trait? Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 12(1), 89-103.

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  • The Relationship Between Executive Functions and Language Competences in Middle School Children
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    Velichkovsky B.B., Bondarenko I.N., Morosanova V.I. (2019). Modeling Personality Structure Using Semantic Relationships: Is the HEXACO Honesty-Humility a Distinct Trait? Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 12(1), 104-117.

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  • Luria's Approach to the Restoration of Speech in Aphasia and the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICFDH)
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    Baulina M.E., Skvortsov A.A., Kovyazina M.S., Varako N.A. (2019). Luria's Approach to the Restoration of Speech in Aphasia and the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICFDH). Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 12(1), 118-128.

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  • Eye Movements and Word Recognition during Visual Semantic Search: Differences between Expert and Novice Language Learners
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    Blinnikova I.V., Rabeson M.D., Izmalkova A.I. (2019). Eye Movements and Word Recognition during Visual Semantic Search: Differences between Expert and Novice Language Learners. Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 12(1), 129-146.

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  • Conceptualization of the Sensory Experience: A Frame-Based Approach
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    Blinnikov G.B. (2019). Conceptualization of the Sensory Experience: A Frame-Based Approach. Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 12(1), 147-162.

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  • Comparing the Generation of Words from Different Semantic Categories in Native and Foreign Languages
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    Marchenko O.P. (2019). Comparing the Generation of Words from Different Semantic Categories in Native and Foreign Languages. Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 12(1), 163-171.

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  • Notes on the “Self-Centered” Factor, Based on Data from Child Language Acquisition
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    Slavova V. (2019). Notes on the “Self-Centered” Factor, Based on Data from Child Language Acquisition. Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 12(1), 172-187.

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  • Possible Cognitive Mechanisms for Identifying Visually-presented Sound-Symbolic Words
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    Tkacheva L.O., Sedelkina Y.G., Nasledov A.D. (2019). Possible Cognitive Mechanisms for Identifying Visually-presented Sound-Symbolic Words. Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 12(1), 188-200.

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