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Research into methodological foundations and conceptual apparatus of psychology with an emphasis on systematic cultural and historical approach, current scientific, technical, social and economic development of Russia and other countries; methodology of neuropsychological, psychological and pedagogical assistance; cognitive, motor functions, emotional and personality sphere of an individual by using experimental methods of psychology; search for innovative methods and techniques in various fields of psychology.
Psychology of individual differences
Research into individual characteristics of psychical processes and conditions, functions in children and adults with normative and atypical development; a role of various factors in the formation of individual differences (genetic, psychological, social, professional, etc.); brain processes and patterns; peculiarities of the development of psychical processes, including processes in early childhood, psychical and psychological characteristics of people at an elderly age.
The human genome
Research focused on interrelation of general and individual mental characteristics of psychical processes and innate genetic programs of a person.
Research into a problem of norm and its typology; a nature of giftedness and genius; neuropsychological syndromes as a result of interhemispheric asymmetry and interhemispheric interaction, damage of deep subcortical structures and cerebral cortex; technologies for identifying, preventing and correcting problems of mental and psychological development of children; rendering assistance to people with uneven and abnormal development of mental functions.
Psychology within the framework of professional activity
Research into psychological aspects of career guidance at all stages of the human life cycle including early career counselling; psychological foundations of different streams of professional activity; personality transprofessionalism; constructive and destructive trends in the professional development.
Neuropsychology in education
Research into neurocognitive learning technologies; the causes of school failure and outlining guidelines for its prevention and correction; atypical behavior of students; the characteristics of children with different types of academic progress; methods and techniques of correctional development and restorative education; practical methods of assisting children as a school psychologist and neuropsychologist; innovative methods of teaching children to read, write, count from the theoretical and methodological perspectives; support of gifted children.
Neuropsychology and digitalization of human space
Research into constructive and destructive effects of digitalization; digital and Internet addiction; digital consciousness; changes in the functioning of brain structures influenced by digitalization of education (including vocational training); professional activities as well as digitalization of human space on the whole; the influence of digital media and communication on the ontogenetic development of a person.
Reviews, outcomes and resolutions of conferences; outstanding scientific developments; book reviews; open letters.
Research articles in compliance with the journal scope by young non-degree scholars up to 30 years old, students, graduate students and degree-seeking candidates.
In memory of A.R. Luria
New data from A.R. Luria’s biography, analysis and review of classical works on neuropsychology, publication of archive materials.