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Marxist and non-Marxist aspects of the cultural-historical psychology of L. S. Vygotsky

Zone of proximal development: the hidden dimension?

Motor skills, live movements and the possibilities of fundamental psychology: towards non-linear dimensional model of development. Printed in Thomson Kaivo, Liukkonen Jarmo & Jaakkola Timo (Eds.). Promotion of motor skills in sports and physical education. University of Jyvaskyla, Department of Sport Sciences, 2006. p.19-27

Veresov, N., Akhutina, T (2003). In lieu of an introduction. An interview with Tatiana V. Akhutina. . Journal of Russian and East-European psychology. Psychology of speech and neuropsychology, Vol. 41, 3-4. pp. 3-13

Veresov, N (2006). Guest Editor Introduction. Nikolai Bernshtein: the psychology of activeness and the psychology of action. Journal of Russian and East-European psychology. Vol. 44, 2, 3-12

Veresov, N. and Zinchenko, V. (2002) . Editors introduction. Zaporozhets and the psychology of voluntary action. Journal of Russian and East-European psychology. A.V.. Vol.40, 3, pp 3-13

Veresov, N. Leading activity in developmental psychology. Journal of Russian and East European psychology. 44, 5, 2006, p. 7-26

Veresov, N. (2010).Theoretical importance of motor skills studies: three reflections in one mirror. In K. Thompson & A. Watt (Eds.).Connecting Paradigms of Motor Behaviour to Sport and Physical Education. Tallinn. TLU Publishers, p.80-100.

Veresov, N. (2010). Forgotten methodology: Vygotsky''s case. In J. Valsiner & A. Toomela (Eds.).Methodological Thinking in Psychology: 60 Years Gone Astray? IAP Publishers, p. 267- 295

Veresov, N. (2010). Introducing cultural-historical theory: main concepts and principles of genetic research methodology. Cultural-historical psychology, 4, p. 83-90

The problem of consciousness in Vygotsky`s Approach . Introduction of Doctoral Dissertation (1998)

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