Current Issue: Lurian Journal

The mission of the journal is to develop and popularize the systemic cultural & historical approach in various fields of psychology and neuroscience laid by Alexander Romanovich Luria. The journal seeks to publish results of the relevant theoretical, experimental and applied psychological research conducted by Russian and foreign scientists as well as to preserve Lurian legacy.

The journal aims to determine the development prospects and new directions of modern neuroscience and psychology; to publish original theoretical and experimental works in the fields of general, cognitive, social and pedagogical psychology, psychophysiology and clinical psychology, bio- and neuromedicine as well as to encourage interdisciplinary research in neuroscience; to consolidate scientific efforts of top scientists and experts in the fields of psychology and neurotechnologies.

Articles should be written in English. All authors have to bring their texts to the level of English that is acceptable to the educated English-speaking community. If assistance is needed, the editor can provide English editing for a fee.

The journal also welcomes submission of interdisciplinary research papers and theoretical reviews in English by Russian and foreign scientists in the areas of neuroscience and psychology.

All submitted manuscripts are reviewed by the leading highly-qualified researchers in the related sphere who have won worldwide recognition.

Published quarterly.

The topics related to this journal include the following research areas (see submissions page for details):

  • Methodology of psychology
  • Psychology of individual differences
  • The human genome
  • Clinical neuropsychology
  • Psychology within the framework of professional activity
  • Neuropsychology in education
  • Neuropsychology and digitalization of human space
  • Scientific life
  • Youth section
  • In memory of A.R. Luria

Current Issue

Vol. 2 No. 3 (2021)
Published: 2021-11-05

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In memory of A.R. Luria

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