Psychology in general + Concepts and schools in the psychology science

Yaroshevsky M. G. , Umrikhin V. V. : Development of . . Teplov's school as a scientific research group 83'1 p.87
Guberman Sh. A. : Computer vision and the theory of Gestalt 83'3 p.135
Shmelev A. G. : The concept of meaning systems in experimental 83'4 p.16
Norakidze V. G. : Personality traits and fixed set 83'5 p.130
Vasilyev I. A. : Contemporary informational theory of thinking in the West-German psychology (in Russian) 83'5 p.147
Nikulenko O. A. : Some problems in the theory of activity 84'4 p.121
Dodonov B. I. : Structure and motivational dynamics of activity 84'4 p.126
Gostev A. A. , Rubakhin V. F. : Classification of mental representations in the light of the systems approach 85'1 p.33
Sardzhveladze N. I. : The unconscious psychological and the paradigm of set in D. N. Uznadze's theory 85'4 p.114
Elfimova N. V. : Problems of motivation in cognitive psychology (in Russian) 85'5 p.162
Leontiev A. N. : The problem of activity in the history of Soviet psychology 86'4 p.109
Loginova N. A. : Biographical method in the light of B. G. Ananiev's ideas 86'5 p.104
Magomed-Eminov M. Sh. , Vasiliyev I. A. : Analysis of the cognitive approach in foreign theories of motivation (in Russian) 86'5 p.161
Yaroshevsky M. G. : L. S. Vygotsky: Search for principles of constructing the theory of psychology 86'6 p.95
Van-der-Veer R. : Cultural-historical studies in Western psychology 86'6 p.108
Apter M. J. : Reversal theory and human activity 87'1 p.162
Talyzina N. F. : The first International Congress dedicated to the theory of activity (in Russian) 87'2 p.182
Kochubey B. I. : Main trends in cognitive psychophysiology 87'4 p.151
Bozhovitch L. I. : On L. S. Vygotsky's cultural-historical conception and its significance for the psychological study of personality 88'5 p.108
Simonov P. V. : An interdisciplinary conception of man: need-information approach 88'6 p.94
: Brief books review (in Russian) 89'4 p.167
Chuprikova N. I. : Did I. P. Pavlov's concept slow down the development of Soviet behaviouristic sciences 90'1 p.117
Piskoppel A. A. : The category of activity and the subject of psychology 90'2 p.98
Kornilov A. P. : "Activity-oriented psychology of personality" in G. Krampen's concept 90'2 p.159
: Out of editorial mail (in Russian) 90'5 p.186
Pavlenko V. N. : Activity approach to the problem of normal psychic development 93'3 p.94
Vasilyuk F. E. : Image structure 93'5 p.5
Kozulin A. : Mediation: Psychological activity and psychological tools 94'4 p.100
Pavlenko V. N. : Cultural-historical development of mental processes and the theory of stage formation of mental acts 95'1 p.53
Belous V. V. : Approaching integrative developmental psychology 98'2 p.10
Gromyko Yu. V. : The construction of social practice by educational means 98'5 p.37
Meshcherjakov B. G. , Zinchenko V. P. : L. S. Vygotsky and modern cultural-historical psychology 00'2 p.102
Petrovsky A. B. : Theoretical psychology as a base for general psychology 00'4 p.3
Petrovsky A. V. , Petrovsky V. A. : Categorical system of psychology 00'5 p.3
Yaroshevsky M. G. , Yurevich A. V. , Allakhverdian A. G. : The program-roles approach and modern science 00'6 p.3
Kossov B. B. : Systems-styled personality conception: its check-up new dimensions 00'6 p.57
Talyzina N. F. : Activity approach to generalization mechanisms 01'3 p.3
Watzlawick P. : Constructivism and psychotherapy 01'5 p.101
Piskoppel A. A. : From traditional values to unique senses 01'6 p.103
Bernstein N. A. : From a reflex to a model of the future 02'2 p.94
Asmolov A. G. : Polyphony of A. R. Luria's personality and the Hamburg score in psychology 02'4 p.21
Cole M. : Reflections over a portrait of A. R. Luria 02'4 p.25
Stepanova M. A. : P. Ya. Galperin's contribution to the psychological theory of activity 02'5 p.28
Talyzina N. F. : Development by P. Ya. Galperin of the activity approach in psychology 02'5 p.42
Barabanshchikov V. A. : Systems and reflection (Towards B. F. Lomov's 75 anniversary) 02'6 p.113
Davydov V. V. : A new approach to interpreting the structure and content of activity 03'2 p.42
Nechaev N. N. : A. N. Leontiev and P. Ya. Galperin: A dialogue across time 03'2 p.50
Chuprikova N. I. : A. N. Leontiev's experiments on forming sensitivity to an inadequate stimulus 03'2 p.118
Poddiakov A. N. : Image of the world and problems of conscious learning: The modern context 03'2 p.122
Elkonin B. D. : Action as a unit of development 04'1 p.35
Vorobiova L. I. : Subject and/or author (on categories of humanitarian psychology) 04'2 p.149
Karpenko L. A. : A. V. Petrovsky's scientific school 04'3 p.134
Bratus B. S. : Leontiev's foundations for sense conceptions of personality 04'4 p.102
Myasoyed P. A. : Psychology in the context of different types of scientific rationality 04'6 p.3
Chuprikova N. I. : The psychophysiological problem and development of the theory of brain organization of higher mental processes in humans by E. I. Boiko and his school 05'2 p.68
Pantina N. S. : Methodological principles in educational psychology 05'4 p.125
Guseltseva M. S. : Cultural psychology and methodology of the humanities 05'5 p.3
Guseltseva M. S. : Types of methodological sets in psychology 05'6 p.98
Miller G. A. : The cognitive revolution from the historical perspective 05'6 p.104
Rubtsov V. V. , Korepanova I. A. : International congress on activity theory and cultural-historic psychology (in Russian) 05'6 p.134