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Alexander R. Luria and psychology in the 21st century

SECOND INTERNATIONAL
LURIA MEMORIAL CONFERENCE

Moscow 24-27
September 2002

PROGRAM

The agenda can be changed.


The International Executive Committee :

prof. E. Homskaya (Russia) & prof. M. Cole (USA) - Copresidents;

prof. T. Akhutina (Russia) - chair of the International Program Committee, prof. M. Bezrukih (Russia), prof.A. Christensen (Denmark), prof. A. Dontsov (Russia), prof. D. Feldstein (Russia), prof. J. Glozman, (Russia) - vice-chair of the International Program Committee, prof. M. Kabanov (Russia), prof. M. Karvasarsky (Russia), prof. A. Konovalov (Russia), prof. V. Krasnov (Russia), prof. V. Lubovsky (Russia), prof. N. Malofeev (Russia), prof. L. Mecacci (Italy), prof. Yu. Mikadze (Russia) - chair of the Organizing Committee, prof. A. Petrovsky (Russia), prof. K. Pribram (USA), prof. V.Rubtsov (Russia), prof. V. Sadovnichy (Russia), prof. V. Shklovsky (Russia), prof. E. Sokolov (Russia), prof. K. Sudakov (Russia),prof. D. Stuss (Canada), prof. A. Tiganov (Russia), prof. A. Thostov (Russia), prof. L. Tsvetkova (Russia), prof. N.Vereshagin (Russia), prof. J. Wertsch (USA), prof. N. Yahno (Russia), prof. V. Zinchenko (Russia).

The International Program Committee:

prof. T. Akhutina (Russia) - Chair, prof. J. Glozman (Russia) - Vice-Chair;

prof. K. Amano (Japan); prof. A. Asmolov (Russia), prof. B. Bratus (Russia), prof. T. Chernigovskaya (Russia), prof. A. Chernorizov (Russia), prof. J. Das (Canada), prof. S. Enikolopov (Russia), prof. P. Ermakov (Russia), prof. D. Farber (Russia), prof. I. Ilyasov (Russia), prof. B. Kaczmarek (Poland), prof. E. Klimov (Russia), prof. N. Korsakova (Russia), prof. B. Kotik, (Israel), O. Krotkova, Ph.D. (Russia), prof. V. Lebedinsky (Russia), prof. A. Leontiev (Russia), prof. M. Magomed-Eminov (Russia), prof. T. Martsinkovskaya (Russia), prof. L. Moscovichute (USA), prof. N. Nikolaenko, (Russia), prof. M. Pchalska (Poland), prof. A. Podolsky (Russia), prof. A. Puente (USA), prof. L. Quintanar (Mexique), prof. I. Ravich-Scherbo (Russia), prof. D. Robbins (USA), prof. T. Stefanenko (Russia), prof. P. Schnle (Germany), prof. E. Sokolov (Russia), prof. L.Tsvetkova (Russia), prof. P. Tulviste (Estonia), prof. D.Tupper (USA), prof. B. Velichkovsky (Germany), prof. L.Wasserman (Russia), prof. A. Zdan (Russia)

The Local Organizing Committee:

prof. Yu. Mikadze - Chair; M. Kapitsa, Ph.D. - Vice-Chair, E.Balashova, Ph.D., E. Enikolopova, Ph.D., I. Gorina, Ph.D., V. Gudkov, A. Gusev, Ph.D., M. Hrakovskaya, Ph. D., S. Ignatieva, K. Karmenyan, M. Kovyazina, Ph.D., A. Kritchevets, D.Sc., M. Maximenko, Ph.D., Z. Melikyan, L. Nazarova, Ph.D., G. Plahtienko, N. Polonskaya, Ph.D., N. Pylaeva, Ph.D., E. Radkovskaya, A.Tsyganok, Ph.D. , Yu. Zinchenko, Ph.D.

 

OUR SPONSORS:

  • Russian Foundation for Basic Research
  • Russian Humanities Foundation
  • Institute Open Society(Soros Foundation)

September 23 Monday

10.00 - 20.00

REGISTRATION
MSU Main Building, Section B, the lobby of the ground floor

 12.00 - 13.00

PRECONFERENCE SCIENTIFIC EXCURSIONS

  1. Federal Center of speech pathology and neurorehabilitation
    11 Yauzskaya St., b.5, hospital # 23.
    Car departure from the main building of the University, sector B at 11 a.m.
  2. Laboratory of clinical psychology at the Research Center of mental health.
    34 Kashirskoye Rd.
    Car departure from the main building of the University, sector B at 11 a.m.

September 24 Tuesday

REGISTRATION

9.00 - 10.00

The lobby of the Conference Hall of the 1st building of Humanities Departments

10.00 - 13.00

Conference Hall of the 1st building of Humanities Departments
OPENING CEREMONY

Chairmen: the Rector of Moscow State University, acad. V.A. Sadovnichy, the Dean of the Department of Psychology, acad. A.I. Dontsov (Russia)

GREETINGS

  • From the Russian Psychological Association, President of RPA, prof. E.. Klimov (Russia)
  • From the Russian Academy of Education Vice-President of RAE, acad. D.I. Feldshtein (Russia)
  • From the International Neuropsychological Society and American Psychological Association prof. A. Puente (USA)
  • From the German Luria Association prof. P. Schnle (Germany)
  • From Polish Neurosychological Association President of PPA, Prof. M. Pchalska (Poland)

  Conference Presidents Speeches

  • E.D. Homskaya (Russia) A.R. Luria and Psychological Science
  • M. Cole (USA) A.R. Luria and Cultural-Historical Approach in Psychology

  14.30 - 15.30

VISIT TO THE TOMB OF A.R. LURIA

  16.00 - 19.00

Afternoon memorial session

A.R. LURIAS LIFE AND WORK

Chairs: V.P. Zinchenko (Russia), J. Wertsch (), Fam Min Hak (Vietnam).

  Oral presentations:

  1. Bratus, B.S. (Moscow, Russia). Alexander Romanovich as a Master of Science.
  2. Asmolov, A.G. (Moscow, Russia). Polyphony of A.R. Lurias personality and Hamburg rating in psychology
  3. Amano, K. (Tokyo, JAPAN). Cherishing the Memory of Professor A. R. Luria
  4. Glozman, J.M. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Memory of a Man and a Scientist: 25 years without Luria
  5. Evrard, M. (Toulouse, FRANCE). The case of Solomon Veniaminovich T.: A general presentation
  6. Chepurnov, S.A., Chepurnova, N. E., and Kelareva, N.A. (Moscow, RUSSIA). A. R. Luria and M.V. Kirzon: Sources of physiological formation of psychologists
  7. Levitin, K.E. (Moscow, RUSSIA) The phenomenon of A.R. Luria
  8. Raynov, V., Ikonomov, N. (Sofia, BULGARIA) Wuertzburg school and K. Buehler in A.R. Luria analysis
  9. Documental videos on the life of A.R. Luria
  10. Luria, A.R. The 1920es according to my own memories.

September 25 27

THEMATIC SESSIONS AND EVENING LECTURES

at the Department of Psychology of MSU:
rooms 310, 303 and 406 (1st Building)
Main Psychological lecture-hall - MPH (2nd Building)

  • Morning sessions 9.30 - 14.00
  • Afternoon sessions 15.00 - 19.30
  • Evening lectures 19.30 - 21.00
  • 9.30 - 10.00 19.00 - 19.30 POSTER SESSION
    (The authors have to fix their posters from 9.30 till 10.00 or from 14.30 to 15.00. Help provided)

  THEMATIC SESSIONS and evening lectures


September 25

Morning sessions 9:30-14:00

A.R. Luria and Cultural-Historical Psychology

Room 406

Chairs: A.G. Asmolov (Russia), M. Cole (USA), V.V. Rubtsov (Russia)

Oral presentations:

  1. Martsinkovskaya, T.D. (Moscow, RUSSIA) Cultural-historical psychology of A. R. Luria
  2. Tulviste P. (Tartu, Estonia) A.R. Luria and General Cultural Psychology
  3. Subbotsky, E. (Lancaster, UK). Rational and magical thinking in Britain and Mexico: Testing Lurias model in a different domain
  4. Das J. (Edmonton, Canada) In reconceptualizing intelligence: Is Luria still relevant?
  5. Veggetti M.S. (Roma, Italy) Consciousness and self-consciousness: Alexander Romanovich Lurias main contribution to present day cognitive and general psychology.
  6. Mazilov, V.A. (Yaroslavl, RUSSIA). The foundation of romantic psychology (Methodological problems of psychology in Lurias works)
  7. Severin A.V., Yaschuk S.L. (Brest, Belarus) The problem of memory development from the point of view of Vygotsky-Luria-Leontiev approach
  8. Stavropolsky, J.V. (Saratov, RUSSIA). Methodological unity of socio-psychological and cross-cultural psychological research of identity
  9. Bermus, A.G. (Rostov-on-Don, RUSSIA) Genesis and development of functional systems of contemporary pedagogical consciousness in the light of cultural-historical approach by L.S. Vygotsky and A.R. Luria

  Poster presentations:

  1. Agranovich, A.V. (Wilmington, USA). Cross-cultural differences in neuropsychological performance: A comparison between American and Russian samples
  2. Bekoyeva, D. D. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Self-conscience and language
  3. Bogdanchikov, S.A. (Saratov, RUSSIA). A. R. Luria as a theorist of general psychology (1920s 1930s)
  4. Burlakova, N. S. (Moscow, RUSSIA). On the experimental study of a deep conscience
  5. Gajdamaschko, N. (Vancouver, BC, Canada). The unique contribution of Vygotskian-Lurian psychology to current teacher education in North America
  6. Gankova, Z.A. (Petrozavodsk, RUSSIA). Intellectual abilities in the Veps population
  7. Denisov, I.G. (Zaporozhye, UKRAINE) Consciousness in Lurias research
  8. Munkueva, K.K. (Ulan-Ude, RUSSIA) Ethnopsychological factor in development of religious attitudes.
  9. Navarro-Calvillo M.E. (San Luis Potos, MExico). The evaluation of the intellectual development in impoverished indigenous children 
  10. Tsvetkov A.V. (Moscow, RUSSIA) Symbol and development of emotional processes in an elementary school child
  11. Cheremoshkina, L.V. (Moscow, RUSSIA). A. R. Luria and the problem of purely psychological characteristics of the mind

 

Neuropsychology of Cognitive Processes

Main Psychological Hall

Chairs: Iznak A.F. (Russia), Stuss D. (Canada), Goldberg E. (USA)

  Oral presentations:

  1. Stuss, D.T. (Toronto, CANADA). Frontal organization of the frontal lobes: Luria, attention, and functional localizations
  2. Shimamura, A. (Berkeley, USA) The Role of the Frontal Lobes in Regulating Memory Processes
  3. Levin, O.S. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Executive functional disturbances after subcortical brain damages
  4. Iznak, A.F. (Moscow, RUSSIA) EEG by frontal lobe dysfunctions
  5. Zueva, J.V., Korsakova, N.K., and Kalashnikova, L.A. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Disorders of cognitive functions due to isolated cerebellum infarcts
  6. Buklina, S. B. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Reproduction of knowledge received before illness and deep cerebral structures
  7. Bogdanova, L., and Moskovichyute, L. (Boston, USA). Luria's neuro-cognitive model of calculation revised: fMRI confirmation
  8. Vartanov, A.V., and Litvinenko, O.N. (Moscow, RUSSIA). The role of the visual cortex in color perception and imagination

  Poster presentations:

  1. Alexandrov, A. E., and Alexandrova, N.Sh. (Berlin, GERMANY). On the organization of visual gnosis
  2. Bahadirov, U.A., and Bahadirov, X.U. (Tashkent, UZBEKISTAN). A neuropsychological approach to the diagnosis of convexital leptomeningitis (arachnoiditis) in adults and children
  3. Tubylewicz O. B. (Oslo, NORWAY) Ullevaal Words Learning List: The Norwegian adaptation of Lurias 10 word learning list
  4. Goncharov, O.A. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Syndromes of disorders of mental activity in frontal lesions of the brain
  5. Dobrovolskaya N.V., Meerson J.A. (Saint-Petersburg, Russia) Individual differences in space perception.
  6. Shestopalova L.F. (Kharkov, UKRAINE) Neuropsychology of the prestroke forms of cerebral vascular diseases
  7. Flores, J.C., Quintanar, L., and Solovieva, Yu. (Puebla, MEXICO). Neuropsychological analysis of patients with frontal lobe damage of different localizations
  8. Lalova, J. (Sofia, BULGARIA). A global-analytical strategy in non-sighted children with nonverbal stimuli 
  9. Patino-Torrealva, V.M. (Morelos, MExico). A. R. Lurias theory and contemporary cognitive neuropsychology
  10. Falikman, .V. (Moscow, RUSSIA). A neurocognitive approach used as a catalyst in the psychological investigation of the dynamics of visual attention
  11. Okuzumi, H., Kokubun, M., Haishi, K., and Tanaka, A. (Tokyo-Nagano-Ryukyu, JAPAN). Exponent of power functions in human walking speed
  12. Enikolopova, E.V., Sadalskaya, E.V., Nanyan, S.B., Alexeeva, T.G., Enikolopov, S.N., Boyko A.N. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Neuropsychological study of cognitive functions in patients with multiple sclerosis

 

Neuropsychology of Childhood

Room 310

Chairs: Mikadze Yu.V. (Russia), Malofeev N.N. (Russia)

  Oral presentations:

  1. Bogoyavlenskaya, M.V., and Goryacheva, T.G. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Neuropsychological features of talented children with learning and social adaptation problems
  2. Vasserman, L.I., and Cherednikova, T.V. (St. Petersburg, RUSSIA). Neuropsychological analysis of strategies of color structuring for complex visual perceptions in normal and abnormal children and adolescents
  3. Zavadenko, N.N., and Suvorinova, N.J. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Risk factors and basic manifestations of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in children
  4. Inshakova, O.B., Levashov, O.V., and Rusetskaya, M.N. (Moscow, RUSSIA).The hypothesis of inversion of visual attention in dyslexic children
  5. Mikadze, Yu.V. (Moscow, RUSSIA) Differential developmental neuropsychology
  6. Njiokiktjien, . (Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS). Lack of time awareness in developmental disorders
  7. Poddyakov, N.N. and Poddyakov A.N. (Moscow, RUSSIA) Domination of integration processes at the preschool age

Poster presentations:

  1. Badarni, A. (Sakhnin, Israel). Memory formation in primary school children: A cross-cultural study
  2. Gogberashvili, T.Yu., and Mikadze Yu.V. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Structure and mechanisms of memory disorders in children with partial epilepsy
  3. Gonzalez, H.Y. (San Luis Potosi, MExico). The importance of child neuropsychological evaluation in a hospital experience
  4. De Agostini M. (Paris, France) Executive functions in children with traumatic brain injury.
  5. Ermakova, L.A., and Malysheva, N.A. (Chelyabinsk, RUSSIA). Disturbed formation of spatial representations in children with consequences of organic pathology
  6. Karimulina E.G., Zvereva N.V. (Moscow, RUSSIA) Perceptual asymmetry in healthy and problem children
  7. Kiselev, S.Yu., and Novoselova, Yu.A. (Ekaterinburg, RUSSIA). Neuropsychological correlates of the reaction time in children in the late preschool years
  8. Kovyazina, M.S., and Velichko, M.A. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Dependence of the neuropsychological syndrome on the type of epileptic activity in children with temporal epilepsy
  9. Melikyan, Z.A. (Moscow, RUSSIA) 3-D drawing of objects by primary school children
  10. Metz-Lutz, M.N., Seegmuller, C., Saint Martin, A. (de), and Hirsch, E. (Strassbourg, FRANCE) Attention and executive functions in idiopathic focal childhood epilepsy: Developmental study.
  11. Piyanzin, A.I., Akinina, Z.F., Saveliev, I.S., Remezov, D.V., Lukianenko, N.S., Ashkenadze, A.V., Shatohin A.S., and Popova, N.K. (Barnaul-Novosibirsk, RUSSIA). Success at primary school and the psychoneurological state of children after perinatal lesions of the central nervous system
  12. Chepurnova, N.E., Sato Masako, Sato Sigero, Nikanorova, M. B., Belousova, E. D., Yatsuk, S.L., and Chepurnov, S.A. (Moscow-St. Petersburg, RUSSIA). Performances of children with epilepsy on the modified test by Revesh-Krushinsky-Popova for the evaluation of verbal intelligence

 

System and Dynamic Approach towards Developmental Psychophysiology

Room 303

Chairs: Farber D.A. (Russia), Shepovalnikov A.N. (Russia)

Oral presentations:

  1. Kostandov, E.A., Kurova, N.A., Cheremushkin, E.A., and Yakovenko, I.A. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Attitude and theory of the double (ascendent and descendent) influence in visual perception processes
  2. Machinskaya R.I., Dubrovinskaya N.V. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Brain mechanisms of informational and motivational components of voluntary attention in primary school children
  3. Tsytseroshin, M.N., Galperina, E.I., and Pogosyan, A.A. (St. Petersburg, RUSSIA). Qualitative differences in the organization of coherent relations of cortical biopotentiality in children and adults during cognitive activity s
  4. Grigoryeva, L.P., Alieva, Z.S., Tolstova, V.A., and Filchikova, L.I. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Effects of visual and acoustic deprivation on the integrative activity of children with complex sensory disorders
  5. Pisarevskiy, M. V., Posikera, I. N., and Stroganova, T. A. (Moscow, RUSSIA) Neurophysiological markers of endogenous attention in infants of first 6 months of life
  6. Vasserman, E.L., Kartashev, N.K., and Polonnikov, R.I. (Saint-Petersburg, RUSSIA). On the qualitative evaluation of the degree of functional brain maturity in normal and pathological development

  Poster presentations:

  1. Gorbachevskaya, N.L. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Features of the EEG typological structure in children with general (pervasive) developmental disorders (PDD)
  2. Lukashevich, I.P., Machinskaya, R.I., and Shklovsky, V.M. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Speech and memory formation in children as depending on the brain hemispheres state
  3. Mednikova, L.S. (Arkhangelsk, RUSSIA) Space-time organization of activity: an ontogenetic aspect
  4. Meshkova, T.A., Gorbachevskaya, N.L., Davydova, E.Yu., and Gorbachevskiy, A.V. (Moscow, RUSSIA) Investigation of neuropsychological parameters of memory and spectral characteristics of EEG in children with learning difficulties
  5. Panasevich, E. A. (Saint-Petersburg, RUSSIA) Peculiarities of space-time organization of brain potentials in rest and in cognitive activity in men and women
  6. Borisov, S.V., and Kaplan, S.V. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Structural features of EEG alpha rhythm in children with schizophrenia
  7. Fefilov, A.V. (Izhevsk, RUSSIA). Age-related dynamics of EEG in primary school pupils solving arithmetic problems
  8. Sheinkman, O.G. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Some EEG-patterns in patients with early autism
  9. Yaguchi, K., Kanno, I., Nagata, K., and Yokoyama, E. (Tokyo, JAPAN). Smile facilitated human face perception: The facts from a simultaneous PET and topographic ERP study

September 25

Afternoon sessions 15:00-19:30

A.R. Lurias Approach towards Personality and Communication

Room 310

Chairs: Glozman J.M., (Russia), Veggetti M.S. (Italy)

  Oral presentations:

  1. Asmolov, A.G. (Moscow, RUSSIA) On the A.R. Lurias approach to the investigation of personality defence mechanisms
  2. Sadalskaya, E.V., Nanyan, S.B., Enikolopov, C.N., Enikolopova, E.V. (Moscow, RUSSIA) Quality of life and state of emotional-motivational sphere in patients with multiple sclerosis
  3. Sidorova, O.A., and Tsyganok, A.A. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Speech and perception of non-verbal emotional cues
  4. Vartanova I.I., Vartanov A.V. (Moscow, RUSSIA) Age specificity of emotion perception and categorization.
  5. Logvinova, N.Yu. (Kharkov, UKRAINE; Paris, France). Features of life perception in persons exposed and not exposed to radiation
  6. Vorobey, N.Yu. (Minsk, BELARUS). On group communication of adolescents
  7. Rau, E.Yu., and Konnova, V.P. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Specificity of self-esteem and level of aspiration in stuttering schoolchildren
  8. Lycheva, N.Yu., Levin, O.S., and Glozman, J.M. (Moscow, RUSSIA). The inner picture of disease and the quality of life of Parkinsonian patients

  Poster presentations:

  1. Akhankova, T.E. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Family influence on personality change in a stuttering child s
  2. Butorina, N.E., and Zabozlayeva, I.V. (Chelyabinsk, RUSSIA). Neuropsychological study of emotional and volitional disturbances in school performance difficulties
  3. Ivantsova, M.V. (Minsk, BELARUS).The formation of a common semantic field in the processes of communication
  4. Karaulashvili, A., and Gagoshidze, T. (Tbilisi, GEORGIA). Effects of temporal epilepsy as a chronic disease regarding patients reactions and interpersonal relations style
  5. Lukyanchikova, J.A. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Expression of emotions in drawings of pupils from the school for gifted children
  6. Palagina, N.N., and Sinenko, N.G. (Bishkek, Kirghizstan). Social, economical, and ethnic components of personality self-conscience
  7. Razuvaeva, T.N., and Sergeeva, I.S. (Surgut, Russia). Specific of social adaptation in adolescents of different intellectual development levels
  8. Rachinsky, A.I., and Kolosova, L.I. (Ekaterinburg, Russia) Psychological problems of patients after cardiac infarction.
  9. Tarakanova, T.E., and Pavalaki, I.F. (Surgut, RUSSIA). Different communication conditions for the formation of dialogical speech in children with vision problems
  10. Yaschuk, S.L., and Budnik, V.N. (Brest, BELARUS). The problem of investigation of human emotions: A psychophysiological perspective in A.R. Lurias works

 

Interhemispheric asymmetry and interaction

Main Psychological Hall

Chairs: L.I. Vasserman (Russia), L.I. Moskovichute (USA), O.A. Krotkova (Russia)

  Oral presentations:

  1. Egorov, A.Yu. (Saint-Petersburg, RUSSIA). Disorders of the inter-hemispheric interaction and psychopathological states
  2. Krotkova, O.A. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Reconstruction of inter-hemispheric relations as a mechanism of realizing the brain potential for compensation
  3. Ermakov, P.N., and Dikaya L.A. (Rostov-on-Don, RUSSIA). Dynamics of the interrelations between inter-hemispheric functional asymmetry and the development of general abilities in gifted high school students
  4. Meerson J.A., Dobrovolskaya N.V. (Saint-Petersburg, RUSSIA) On interhemispheric asymmetry in patients with paranoid form of schizophrenia
  5. Fokin, V.F. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Stationary and dynamic characteristics of inter-hemispheric cerebral asymmetry
  6. Moskovichute, L., and Zohrabian A. (Boston, USA; London, GREAT BRITAIN). Hemispheric asymmetry of neurodynamic parameters
  7. Shulgovsky, V.V., Slavutitskaya, M.V., and Moiseeva, V.V. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Interhemispheric asymmetry of pre-saccadic potential in the human brain
  8. Trachenko, O.P. (Saint-Petersburg, RUSSIA). Functional brain asymmetry and the inner lexicon

  Poster presentations:

  1. Dikaya, L.A. (Rostov-on-Don, RUSSIA). Inter-hemispheric interaction in gifted pupils in different conditions of education
  2. Doletsky, A.N., Ryabinin, O.A., and Haykin V.D. (Volgograd, RUSSIA). Event-related potentials in the evaluation of inter-hemispheric asymmetry
  3. Ermolaev, D.V., and Kovyazina, M.S. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Inter-hemispheric interaction and emotional processes
  4. Homskaya E.D., Bianki E.A. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Dynamics of interhemispheric interaction in different analyzers and lateral organization of functions
  5. Shipkova, K.M., Grishina, E.G., and Shklovsky, V.M. (Moscow, RUSSIA). The role of inter-hemispheric interaction in the dynamics of neupsychological syndrome
  6. Stepanov, V.G. (Moscow, RUSSIA) Interhemispheric functional asymmetry and age.
  7. Udachina, E.G. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Manual asymmetry signs and the structure of psychological defense

  

Diagnostics and Correction of Learning Difficulties

Room 310

Chairs: T.V. Akhutina (Russia), V.I. Lubovsky (Russia), J. Das (Canada)

  Oral presentations:

  1. Akhutina, T.V., and Pylaeva, N.M. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Methodology of neuropsychological remediation of children with uneven development of higher mental functions
  2. Pylaeva, N.M. (Moscow, RUSSIA) Neuropsychological methods for development of programming and control functions
  3. Joshi, R. M., Aaron, P.G., Hoien, T., Chengappa, R., Xi-Wu-Feng, and Boulware-Gooden, R. (Austin-Terre Haute-Long Island, USA; Stavanger, Norway; Mysore, India) Learning to spell by ear and by eye
  4. Velichenkova, O.A. (Moscow, RUSSIA). The neuropsychological analysis of specific writing disorders in children
  5. Polonskaya, N.N. (Moscow, RUSSIA) Neuropsychological approach to diagnostics of primary school children with different learning successfulness
  6. Perezhigina N.V. (Yaroslavl, RUSSIA). Neuropsychological syndromes of dyslexia in primary school children
  7. Reznichenko, T.S., and Benilova, S.Yu. (Moscow, RUSSIA). An individually-oriented approach to remediation of children with deviations in mental development

  Poster presentations:

  1. Agladze, N.N. (Puschino, RUSSIA). Neuropsychological diagnosis of children entering school with the aim of organizing the efficient psychological-pedagogical conduction: Experience of a school psychologist
  2. Artishevskaya, T.M. (Chelyabinsk, RUSSIA). The role of language means in learning motivation in adolescence
  3. Babina, G.V., and Vasilyeva, G.N. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Diagnostics of the level of reading ability of primary school children with speech disorders
  4. Benko, L.A. (Chelyabinsk, RUSSIA). A complex approach to the evaluation and correction of writing disturbances
  5. Bilukova, T.I., and Pismennaya, V.N. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Differentiation between writing and reading disorders due to the visual physical deficits or to defects at the gnostic-praxic level
  6. Dmitrova, E.D. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Neurolinguistic aspect of dysgraphia and dyslexia correction
  7. Ziborova, E.V. (Moscow, RUSSIA). A neuropsychological approach to the investigation of emotion and will in children with learning disorders
  8. Korneev, A.A., Krichevets, A.N., Babayeva, Yu. D., and Akhutina, T.V. (Moscow, RUSSIA) The analysis of efficiency of different methods of teaching to write
  9. Krichevets, A.N., Akhutina T.V., Vahakuopus J., Matikka L., Narhi V., Ryahovskaya, M.V., Forman, N. (Moscow, RUSSIA Helsinki, Finland London, Great Britain). Working out methods of correction of spatial functions in children with cerebral palsy
  10. Soboleva, A.E. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Russian with smile: Lurias approach to dysgraphia remediation
  11. Hmelevskaya M.V. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Neurolinguistic syndrome study of phonological dysgraphia

 

Neurophysiological Mechanisms of Dynamical Functional Organization of Mental Processes

Room 303

Chairs: M.M. Bezrukikh (Russia), Dubrovinskaya N.V. (Russia)

  Oral presentations:

  1. Beteleva, T.G., and Farber, D.A. (Moscow, RUSSIA). The dynamic functional organization of the system of visual perception
  2. Mikhailova, E.C., and Davydov D.V. (Moscow, RUSSIA) Dynamic character of interhemispheric asymmetry of evoked potentials of brain cortex in man in recognition of emotions on face expression
  3. Fishman, M.N. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Systemic organization of perceptive activity in children with different levels of mental development
  4. Bezrukikh, M.M. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Central mechanisms of the organization and regulation of voluntary movements in children
  5. Shepovalnikov, A.N., Kats, E.E., and Ukrainets O.V. (St. Petersburg, RUSSIA). Specificity of brain biopotential system interaction in children with speech disorders (alalia and dysarthria)
  6. Davydova, E.Yu., Gorbachevskaya N. L., and Iznak, A.F. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Intellectual gifts: Advanced or retarded development?

  Poster presentations:

  1. Boravova, A.I., and Galkina, N.S. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Correlations between indices of constant brain potential and M. Lusher test data in children of early adolescent age
  2. Gorodensky, N.G., Sharmina, S.L., and Fokin, V.F. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Level of aspiration and dynamics of functional inter-hemispheric asymmetry at late preschool ages
  3. Doletsky, A.N., Ryabinin, O.A., and Haykin V.D. (Volgograd, RUSSIA). Evoked potential in the evaluation of inter-hemispheric asymmetry
  4. Tolstova, V.A. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Characteristics of brain organization of visual perception of difficult-to-verbalize figures in children with dysgraphia
  5. Tristan V.G., Pogadayeva O.V., Tristan, V.V. (Omsk, RUSSIA). Neurophysiological mechanisms of human psychophysiological state change under local alpha-stimulating training (LAST)
  6. Shukichi, E. (Niigata, JAPAN). Auditory P3 component of the event-related potential in individuals with mental retardation: Comparison of active and passive conditions

September 25, 2002

19.30 21.00

  • Robert J. Sternberg (Yale University, USA) Why intelligence cannot be "one thing":
    Cultural investigations of intelligence - Main Psychological lecture-hall
  • Boris M.Velichkovsky (University of Dresden, Germany) The century of mind and brain: How Lurias dream is becoming a reality - Room 310

September 26

Morning sessions 9:30-14:00

 

Psycholinguistics and Neurolinguistics

Room 406

Chairs: A.A. Leontiev (Russia), Mecacci L. (Italy), Andreewsky E. (France).

Oral presentations:

  1. Ovchinnikova, I. (Perm, RUSSIA) Paradigmatic and syntagmatic connections in mental lexicon of a Russian child
  2. Bobrova, N.A. (Moscow, RUSSIA). A comparative study of inner lexicon features of left and right handed children in late preschools
  3. Babanina, Yu.V., and Inshakova, O.B. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Oral and written reactions to verbal stimuli by primary school pupils with dysgraphia
  4. Guberman, S.A. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Rhythmic articulation
  5. Alexandrova, N.Sh. (Berlin, GERMANY). Bilinguism in small children: A tendency to monolinguism?
  6. Diakova, E.A. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Specific features of utterance perception and actualization in stuttering adults
  7. Andreewski, E., and Guberman, S. (Paris, FRANCE Silicon Valley, USA). Two examples of application of A.R. Lurias approach in interdisciplinary investigation of recognition in writing
  8. Robbins, D. (Warrensburg, USA). The future of Lurias relevance to Western applied linguistics

  Poster presentations:

  1. Maksimov, V.V., and Yelshansky, S.P. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Deficiency of associations in mental and narcological diseases
  2. Ghassemzadeh, H. (Teheran, IRAN). Metaphors, cultural models, and inner speech
  3. Kashirskaya, E.V. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Individual typical differences of associations in normal behavior
  4. Kabardov, M.K. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Functional brain asymmetry and types of verbal abilities
  5. Zhukova, I.L. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Mechanisms of aphasia and features of associative reactions
  6. Dovgan, I.V. (Simferopol, UKRAINE). Cognitive and communicative features in mental diseases (clinico-neurolinguistic aspects)
  7. Samoylova, V.M., Glozman, J.M. (Moscow, RUSSIA) On the possibility of a combination neuropsychological and psycholinguistic methods in the diagnosis of school maladjustment

 

Neuropsychology and Neurophysiology of Individual Differences

Main Psychological Hall

Chairs: E.D. Homskaya (Russia), V.A. Moskvin (Russia)

  Oral presentations:

  1. Homskaya E.D. (Moscow, RUSSIA) Neuropsychological approach to the study of the typology of healthy persons
  2. Moskvina, N.V., and Moskvin, V.A. (Orenburg, RUSSIA). Individual features of verbal activity
  3. Efimova, I.V., and Budyka, E.V. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Functional inter-hemispheric organization of the brain and the results of evaluation of motor (physical) abilities
  4. Polyakov, V.M. (Irkutsk, RUSSIA). Neuropsychology in screening studies of children populations
  5. Privalova, N.N., and Sukhorukov, V.I. (Kharkov, Ukraine). Comprehensive neuropsychological evaluation of individual adaptive abilities
  6. Ermakov, P.N., and Himicheva, L.V. (Rostov-on-Don, RUSSIA). A comparison between types of inter-hemispheric functional asymmetry and the psycho-physiological changes with the efficiency of the hyperbaroxigenation in pregnant women
  7. Melchenko N. I., and Kurbatova E. G. (Samara, RUSSIA) Investigation of correlation of brain lateral organization profile with type and determinants of perception by Rorschachs method
  8. Nepomnyaschiy, A.V., and Gorbatyuk, A.N. (Taganrog, RUSSIA). The possibilities of forming personality traits on the basis of the functional asymmetry markedness

  Poster presentations:

  1. Andreeva, A.V., and Moskvin, V.A. (Orenburg, RUSSIA). Lateral features in patients with hepatitis
  2. Berdichevskaya, E.M. (Krasnodar, RUSSIA). The type of inter-hemispheric asymmetry as a neurophysiological basis for individual motor activity
  3. Lukyanchikova, J.A. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Expression of emotions in drawings of pupils from the school for gifted children
  4. Sidorova, M.A. (Moscow, RUSSIA). On the problem of the norm in neuropsychology (gender differences)

  

Neuropsychology of the Elderly

Room 310

Chairs: N.K. Korsakova (Russia), N.N. Yakhno (Russia)

Oral presentations:

  1. Balashova, E.Yu. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Disorders of time perception in pathological aging
  2. Zakharov, V.V., Yakhno, N.N. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Memory disorders in Parkinsons disease
  3. Korsakova N.K. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Normal and abnormal mental aging (syndrome approach)
  4. Kopytova F.V., Mednikova Yu.S., and Popova E.N. (Moscow, RUSSIA). The study of aging brain potential learning capacities
  5. Melnikova, T.V., Antipenko, E.A., and Romanenko, Zh.V. (Nizhniy Novgorod, RUSSIA). Higher cortical functions after post-stroke local brain lesions in midlife and old age
  6. Pavlova, Yu.M. (Ulyanovsk, RUSSIA). Neuropsychological diagnostics of early intellectual deficiency in vascular encephalopathy
  7. Prakht, N.Yu., and Korsakova, N.K. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Interhemispheric asymmetry and interhemispheric interaction in the elderly
  8. Roschina, I.F., and Zharikov, G.A. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Neuropsychological approach to the prehospital diagnostics of dementia of Altzheimer type
  9. Chincharauli, T., Arganashvili A., and Gagoshidze T. (Tbilisi, GEORGIA). Age related changes in implicit memory

  Poster presentations:

  1. Amosova, N.A., and Levin, O.S. (Moscow, RUSSIA). A comparative study of cognitive disorders in progressive supranuclear palsy and Parkinsons disease
  2. Balashova, E.Yu, Starkova, N.R., and Scherbakova, N.P. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Mediation of mental activity in affective disorders of the elderly
  3. Varako, N.A. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Dynamics of neuropsychological symptoms during pharmacotherapy with hypotensive medications in elderly patients
  4. Glozman J.M., and Ignatieva, S.Yu. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Lurias approach to rehabilitation of aged patients with cortical and subcortical brain lesions
  5. Moroz, E.V. (Komsomolsk-on-Amur, RUSSIA). Lurias neuropsychological assessment as a method for the differentiation of cerebral diseases in the elderly
  6. Smolentseva, I.G., Glozman, J.M., Levin, O.S., and Tserensodnom, B. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Speech activity disorders in patients with Parkinsons disease
  7. Shapovalova, S.A., and Grigoryeva V.N. (Nizhniy Novgorod, RUSSIA) Training of memory in the treatment of the elderly patients with dyscirculatory encephalopathy

 

The Brain, Mental Processes and States

Room 303

Chairs: E.N. Sokolov (Russia), A. Puente (USA)

  Oral presentations:

  1. Sokolov, E.N. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Modality-specific and non-specific memory: neuronal mechanisms
  2. Puente, A. (Wilmington, USA). The last article by R. Sperry A powerful paradigm made stronger
  3. Arakelov, G.G., and Glebov, V.V. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Specific stressful factors provoking borderline states
  4. Danilova, N.N. (Moscow, RUSSIA). The role of frequency-specific codes in attention processes
  5. Kadik, A.A.., Fursova, E.A., Sokolov, E.N., Korshunova, S.G., and Izmaylov, Ch.A. (Moscow, RUSSIA).The event-related potential as a measure of semantic differences in humans
  6. Kvasovets, S.V., Ivanov, A.V. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Perception of unconscious information: Neuropsychological aspects
  7. Panasevich, E.A. (Saint-Petersburg, RUSSIA) Space-time organization features of brain potentials in rest and in cognitive activity in men and women
  8. Starchenko, M.G. (Saint-Petersburg, RUSSIA). Investigation of the cerebral organization of creative thinking
  9. Mukhin, E. I. (Moscow, RUSSIA) Systemic morpho-physiological and neurochemical basis of higher cognitive processes (experimental-biological aspect)

  Poster presentations:

  1. Bogolepova, I.N., and Malofeeva, L.I. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Individual variability and asymmetry in the organization of some human cortical structures
  2. Boytsova, Yu.A., and Danko S.G. (Saint Petersburg, RUSSIA). Neurophysiological correlates of specific psychological states in women with severe pre-menstrual syndrome
  3. Boravova, A.I., and Galkina, N. S. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Correlations between indices of constant brain potential and M. Lusher test data in schoolchildren in early adolescence
  4. Gromyko, N.V., and Vandans, Ya.A. (Riga, LATVIA). On objective instrumental evaluation of the psychophysiological development of children and adolescents
  5. Grushevsky V.A. (Nikolaev, Ukraine) Mind and brain: Basic principles of system organization
  6. Kiselnikov, A.A., Vartanov, A.V., Glozman, J.M., and Karpova, N.L. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Interaction of brain structures in stuttering
  7. Kozlovsky, S.A. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Working memory: Localization problems
  8. Malyarenko, T.N., Matyuhov, A.V., Malyarenko, Yu.E., and Govsha, Yu.A. (Sochi, RUSSIA). The role of prolonged sensory influxes in a different modality for the optimization of human brain functions
  9. Zhdanova, G.E., and Starovoitova, N.K. (Moscow, RUSSIA). N400 an event-related potential (ERP) component reflecting levels of a stress reaction

September 26

Afternoon sessions 15:00-19:30

 

Diagnostics and Remediation of Mental and Psychosomatic Disorders in Adults

Room 406

Chairs: Tkhostov A.Sh. (Russia), Samokhvalov V.P. (Ukraine), Krasnov V.N. (Russia)

  Oral presentations:

  1. Samokhvalov, V.P. (Simferopol, UKRAINE) Psychosemantics of music translation in norm and pathology
  2. Zislin, Yu., Kotik-Fridgut, B. (Jerusalem, ISRAEL). On bilingual manifestations in psychosis
  3. Korsakova, N.K. (Moscow, RUSSIA). On the mechanisms of the formation of neuropsychological symptom-complexes without focal brain damage
  4. Oscar-Berman, M. (Boston, USA). Neuropsychological frameworks for understanding alcoholism-related brain damage
  5. Sirota, N.A., Yaltonsky, V.M., and Bausheva, I.L. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Psychological mechanisms of coping behavior and its dynamics during motivational-communicational training for specialists
  6. Gospodenok, E.A., and Spivak, D.L. (Saint-Petersburg, RUSSIA). Specificity of cognitive functions in altered states of consciousness (on the model of childbirth stress)
  7. Manelis, N.G., and Gorina, I.S. (Moscow, RUSSIA) Analysis of drawings in children with autism
  8. Strelkov,Yu. K., Zverkova, I.V. (Moscow, RUSSIA). The future in the structure of time in subjects with narcomania (phenomenological approach)
  9. Dozortseva, E.G. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Abnormal development of personality in delinquent teenage girls

  Poster presentations:

  1. Azizov, K.N., Ilhimova, D.I., and Tulyaganova, G.K. (Tashkent, Uzbekistan). Neuropsychological syndromes in chronic ischemic heart disease
  2. Alfimova, M.V. (Moscow, RUSSIA). The role of hereditary factors in disturbances of higher mental functions in schizophrenia
  3. Dolnykova, A.A. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Some aspects of cognitive training in schizophrenia
  4. Gruntal, N.A., and Elshansky S.P. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Deficits of cognitive style as a risk factor for destructive and auto-destructive behavior in patients with opium narcomania
  5. I Gil Son (Moscow, RUSSIA). Some methodological problems of psychoanalytic studies
  6. Ivanov, O.I. (Saint-Petersburg, RUSSIA). Modifications of the inter-hemispheric interaction after pharmacological treatment of psychoses
  7. Pervichko, E.I., Ostroumova, O.D., and Baryshnikova Z.M. (Moscow, RUSSIA). The A.R. Luria syndrome analysis methodology and opportunities of psychosomatic phenomena study (on an essential arterial hypertensia material)
  8. Shelkoplyas, E.V. (Ivanovo, RUSSIA). Individual optimization of adaptation as a basis for therapeutic-prophylactic and rehabilitation programs in the therapy of neuroses and psychosomatic disorders
  9. Vinogradova, O.E., Korsakova, N.K., and Munchaeva, E.R. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Dynamics of cognitive and affective processes in patients with depression in the course of medical treatment (A neuropsychological approach)

 

 Neuropsychological Rehabilitation

Main Psychological Hall

Chairs: Shklovsky V.M. (Russia), Schnle P. (Germany)

  Oral presentations:

  1. Shklovsky V.M. (Moscow, RUSSIA) Methodological issues of neurorehabilitation.
  2. Pchalska, M., and MacQueen, B.D. (Krakow-Bydgoszcz, POLAND). A differential diagnosis of frontal syndrome, dynamic aphasia, and transcortical motor aphasia in patients with damage to the left frontal lobe
  3. Shklovsky, V.M., Shipkova, K.M., and Lukashevich, I.P. (Moscow, RUSSIA). A comprehensive approach to the assessment of the speech function in patients with ischemic strokes
  4. Schnle, P.W. (Magdeburg, GERMANY). Inner speech in patients in the vegetative state
  5. Matecha B., Kulistak P. (Slepy-nad-Vltava, CZECH REPUBLIC) A.R. Lurias conception of neurosurgery and neuropsychological rehabilitation
  6. Larina, O.D., and Koroleva, O.A. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Overcoming memory disorders in patients with different forms of aphasia using the computer program Speech Rehabilitation
  7. Alferova, V.V., Ikonnikova, E. M., and Shevtsova, E.E. (Moscow, RUSSIA). A comprehensive approach to treatment and rehabilitation in subcortical dysarthria
  8. Selischev, G.S., and Geraskina, G.K. (Moscow, RUSSIA). The role of normalization of neurodynamic processes in the attainment of general rehabilitation effects

  Poster presentations:

  1. Diaz Victoria A.V. (Morelos, MEXICO). Neuropsychological rehabilitation of spatial neglect and A.R. Lurias theory
  2. Koroleva, O.A., Larina, O.D. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Restoration of the relation of phoneme-grapheme-articuleme in patients with local brain damage using the computer program Speech Rehabilitation
  3. Kulyabina, M.S. (Moscow, RUSSIA). The organization of correction and rehabilitation in patients with aphasia and dysarthria at the Center for Speech Pathlogy and Neurorehabilitation
  4. Okuzumi, H., Kokubun, M., Haishi, K., and Tanaka, A. (Tokyo-Nagano-Ryukyu, JAPAN). Exponent of power functions in human walking speed
  5. Smirnova, A.A. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Use of automatized vocal series for speech disinhibition in patients with different forms of aphasia
  6. Timoschenko, E.G. (Moscow, RUSSIA). The socio-psychological aspect of aphasic patients rehabilitation

 

Normal and Pathological Speech Formation

Room 310

Chairs: T.V. Akhutina (Russia), T.V. Chernigovskaya (Russia), K. Amano (Japan)

  Oral presentations:

  1. Chernigovskaya, T.V. (Saint-Petersburg, RUSSIA). Children with specific language disorders and agrammatism in aphasia
  2. Kumagai, T. (Fukui, JAPAN). Children with autism and language disorder: Application of Luria's neurolinguistic model to the investigation of their developmental features
  3. Tsaparina, D.M. (Saint-Petersburg, RUSSIA). Similarities and differences in the spatial interaction of cortical evoked potential of subjects performing semantic, grammar or phonemic analysis
  4. Kornev, A.N. (Saint-Petersburg, RUSSIA). Neuropsychological study of the primary speech of underdevelopment in children
  5. Slepovich, E.S. (Minsk, BELARUS). The speech activity of children with mild mental deficiency from the standpoint of A.R. Lurias ideas
  6. Fotekova, T.A. (Abakan, RUSSIA). Common and different features of speech in children with delay in cognitive and language development
  7. Lublinskaya, V.V., Koroleva, I.V., Stolyarova, E.I., Ogorodnikova, E.A., and Pak, S.V. (St. Petersburg, RUSSIA). A description of the mental lexicon in children with normal and abnormal speech development
  8. Koroleva, I.V. (Saint-Petersburg, RUSSIA). Psycho-physiological and psycholinguistic aspects of speech development in children after cochlear implantation

  Poster presentations:

  1. Alexandrova, B., and Bogdanova E. (Sofia, Bulgaria). The Stroop Color and Word Test across four children's age groups
  2. Buchkina, I. P., Novinskaya-Baradaran, O.A., and Nikiforova, S.N. (Saint-Petersburg, RUSSIA). Verbal functions in preschool children with delay in cognitive and language development
  3. Gantimurova, O.P., and Pavalaki, I.F. (Surgut, RUSSIA). Development of optical-spatial representations in children with severe speech disorders
  4. Jones, H., Solovieva, Y., Akhutina, T.V. (Puebla, MEXICO Moscow, RUSSIA) Neuropsychological evaluation of mental images in Mexican schoolchildren
  5. Leikin, M. (Haifa, ISRAEL). Syntactic processing of Hebrew sentences in normal and dyslexic readers: Electrophysiological evidence
  6. Mukhina, M.P. (Moscow, RUSSIA). The specificity of agrammatism in the oral speech of children with structural-semantic speech disorders
  7. Novikova, O.Yu., Perezhigina, N.V. (Yaroslavl, RUSSIA) Early psychological-pedagogical diagnostics of delays in speech development
  8. Filatova, Yu.O. (Moscow, RUSSIA) Holistic and analytic approaches in understanding the mechanisms of cluttering
  9. Shokhor-Trotskaya (Burlakova), M.K. (Moscow, RUSSIA). On the problem of left-handedness in the deviant speech development of children

 

Competition of Presentations by Young Researchers

Room 303

Chairs: J.M. Glozman (Russia), B.M. Velichkovsky (Germany)

  Oral presentations:

  1. Zagryazhskaya, E.A., and Kerusova, E.I. (Moscow, RUSSIA) A.R. Lurias role in the development of psychoanalysis in Russia
  2. Shapiro, K. (Boston, USA). "Dynamic aphasia" since Luria: A syndrome rediscovered
  3. Bagriy, M. A., and Isaeva, K. P. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Examination and the mind
  4. Nitsiou, C. (Lemesos, CYPRUS). Use of the Picture Naming Individual Growth and Development Indicator with young English language learners
  5. Potanina, A. U. (Moscow, RUSSIA) Lurias approach as basis to correction of control functions in primary school children
  6. Najem, A. (Tunis, TUNISIA). Semiotic mediation and cognitive activities
  7. Glozman J.M., Kaczmarek B., Puente A., Solovieva J. (Russia-Poland-USA-Mexico). A.R. Luria and psychology students: Cross-cultural research

  Poster presentations:

  1. Gordon, E.B. (Moscow, RUSSIA). On the differential diagnosis of children
  2. Gorustovich, A.S., and Gorustovich, O.B. (Brest, BELARUS). Neuropsychological assessment of unsuccessful pupils in the work of a school psychologist
  3. Margari, M. (Athens, GREECE) Learning difficulties in connection with neuro-psychic disorders
  4. Munkueva, K.K. (Ulan-Ude, RUSSIA) Ethnopsychological factor in development of religious attitudes
  5. Mukhina, M.P. (Moscow, RUSSIA). The specificity of agrammatism in the oral speech of children with structural-semantic speech disorders
  6. Sizova, O.B. (Saint-Petersburg, RUSSIA). Overcoming difficulties in the construction of a proposition in alalia by means of cumulative fairy-tales
  7. Shirapova, D.D. (Ulan-Ude, RUSSIA) The Romantic of the classical sciences
  8. Zarzhitskaya, O.A. (Brest, BELARUS). The role of neuropsychology in studying general psychological learning

September 26

19.30 21.00

  • Endel Tulving (University of Toronto and Rothman Research Institute, Canada) Episodic memory and the frontal lobes - Main Psychological lecture-hall

September 27

Morning sessions 9:30-14:00

 

Diagnostics and Remediation of Mental or Psychosomatic Disorders in Children

Room 406

Chairs: V.V. Lebedinsky (Russia), V.V. Nikolaeva (Russia)

  Oral presentations:

  1. Bardyshevskaya, M.K. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Regressive phenomena in the development of children with emotional disorders
  2. Nikolaeva V.V., Arina G.A. (Moscow, RUSSIA) Phenomenological aspects of psychosomatic development
  3. Belogurova, T.F. (Tumen, RUSSIA). Pathogenic aspects of correction of spatial attention in children with autism
  4. Gavrilko, T.I. (Minsk, BELARUS). A study of the word as a sign in understanding of emotional states by primary school children with low vision
  5. Dunaykin, M.L., and Brin, I.L. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Common and different in the structure of disorders of nervous and mental development in various forms of child cerebral palsy
  6. Nikolaenko, N.N. (St. Petersburg, RUSSIA) Investigation of understanding of metaphors in children of different age and in patients with infantile autism
  7. Turevskaya, R.A. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Measuring sensitivity towards the emotional state in adolescents with a psychopath-like syndrome

  Poster presentations:

  1. Jauer-Niworowska, O. (Warsaw, POLAND). The role of body awareness in the process of psychological and speech correction in children with cerebral palsy
  2. Lebedeva, E.I. (Moscow, RUSSIA). The theory of mind in normal and autistic preschool children
  3. Leonidu, D. (Nicosia, CYPRUS) The structure of an adolescents self-image and cognitive style specificity
  4. Skoblo, G.V., Baz, L.L., and Lukovtseva, Z.V. (Moscow, RUSSIA). The mental health of preschool children born from mothers with post-natal depression
  5. Tanaka, A., Haishi, K., Hosobuchi, T., Okuzumi, H., and Kokubun, M. (Ryukyu-Nagano-Saitama-Tokyo, JAPAN). Carefulness and quickness of motor behavior in preschool children and persons with mental retardation
  6. Vassiliu, M., and Leonidu, D. (Lemesol, Cyprus) Readiness to use narcotics: Personal and social traits
  7. Zvereva, N.V. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Mental dysontogenesis in schizophrenia in the light of a polymodal multifunctional investigation
  8. Zvereva, S.V., and Bykova, N.B. (Saint-Petersburg, RUSSIA). Psychophysiological criteria of the differentiation of pedagogical neglect with similar symptoms of intellectual underdevelopment

 

Aphasia and Restorative Education

Main Psychological Hall

Chairs: L.S. Tsvetkova (Russia), M. Pchalska (Poland)

  Oral presentations:

  1. Tsvetkova, L.S. (Moscow, RUSSIA) On contemporary problems in aphasiology
  2. Avdeeva, I.M. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Activation of vocabulary in patients with different forms of aphasia, using nonverbal-verbal associations
  3. Vizel, T.G. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Individual variants of aphasia from the standpoint of interrelations between cerebral levels
  4. Goryacheva, K.Yu. (Saint-Petersburg, RUSSIA). On short-term memory in aphasics.
  5. Urzhumtseva, I.V. (Moscow, RUSSIA). On some rehabilitation techniques to deal with disorders of verbal codes use in aphasic patients with right-hemispheric compensatory hyperactivity
  6. Hrakovskaya, M.G. (Saint Petersburg, RUSSIA). A non-traditional approach to the rehabilitation of verbal systems in patients with semantic aphasia

  Poster presentations:

  1. Janyan, A., Andonova, E., Raycheva, M., Stoyanova, K., and Kostadinova, T. (Sofia, Bulgaria). Specificity of article processing in normal and aphasic Bulgarians: Evidence from grammaticality judgment tasks
  2. Komissarova, Yu.V., and Ignatova, V.A. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Dynamics of verbal functions in the residual period after a stroke
  3. Kuchumova, T.A. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Subcortical aphasia - some characteristics of the neuropsychological syndrome
  4. Leonenko, A.E., and Koroleva, O.A. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Restoration of vocabulary in patients with different forms of aphasia through the formation and enlarging of semantic fields
  5. Mlynarska, M. (Wroclaw, Poland) Reconstruction of expressive speech in cases of motor aphasia and its theoretical interpretation
  6. Obukhovskaya, A.Yu. (Moscow, RUSSIA) Peculiarities of correction and rehabilitation in children with aphasia
  7. Perchuk, L.B. (Moscow, RUSSIA) Overcoming of disturbances of verbal and nonverbal communication in patients with severe aphasia on group speech therapy lessons
  8. Rudometova, Yu.Yu. (Moscow, RUSSIA) Group logopaedagogic training for patients with moderately pronounced aphasia after local brain damages
  9. Stoyanova, K., Raycheva, M., Janyan, A., Kostadinova, T., Andonova, E., and Sabev, M. (Sofia, BULGARIA). Patterns of article use in Bulgarian aphasics

 

A.R. Luria and Psychogenetics

Room 303

Chairs: I.V. Ravich-Scherbo (Russia), T.M. Marutina (Russia)

  Oral presentations:

  1. Ravich-Scherbo, I.V., and Sigal, N.L. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Alexander Romanovich Luria as a founder of Russian psychogenetics
  2. Egorova, M.S. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Age related change in genotype-environment interrelations and variance of psychological features
  3. Marutina, T.M. (Moscow, RUSSIA) Psychological factors as regulators of genotype-environment correlations
  4. Grigorenko, E.L. (New Haven, USA; Moscow, RUSSIA). A genetic etiology for autism
  5. Stroganva, T.A. (Moscow, Russia) The nature of psychophysiological characteristics of individuality in infants.
  6. Ivonin, A.A., Tsytseroshin, M.N., and Pogosyan, A.A. (Saint-Petersburg, RUSSIA). Genetic aspects of EEG spatial organization and strategies of cognitive activity
  7. Rusalov, V.M., and Galimov, R.A. (Moscow, RUSSIA). On the hereditability of formal-dynamic characteristics of human individuality
  8. Sergienko, E.A. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Psychological specificity of mono-and dizygote twins early development

  Poster presentations:

  1. Chernov, D.N. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Factors influencing the verbal development of twins
  2. Chertkova Yu.D. (Moscow, RUSSIA). The structure of interactions between particular cognitive features and general intelligence in adolescence.
  3. Dozortseva, A.V., and Sergienko, E.A. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Lateral manual preferences in newborns executive actions
  4. Gavrish, N.V. (Moscow, RUSSIA). The nature of EEG variability and morpho-functional maturation
  5. Gindina E.D. (Moscow, RUSSIA) Neuropsychological analysis of mental functions in twins.
  6. Kornienko, D.S. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Genotype determination of communication activity abilities: Developmental aspects
  7. Parshikova, O.V. (Moscow, RUSSIA) Measurement of index of hereditability of general personality features depending on intellectual level
  8. Piankova, S.D., and Egorova, M.S. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Temperament specificity and some cognitive characteristics of 6-10 year-old children (longitudinal investigation)
  9. Pushina, N. P., and Stroganova, T.A. (Moscow, RUSSIA) Investigation of age dynamics and individual differences in performance of deferred answer test (A-not-B test) in 7-12 months old children
  10. Ryazanova, T.B., and Sergienko, E.A. (Moscow, RUSSIA). The structure of mental and psychomotor abilities in early ontogenesis: Psychogenetic and ontogenetic perspectives
  11. Stroganova, T.A., Posikera, I.N., and Tsetlin, M.M. (Moscow, RUSSIA). The nature of individual differences in the temperament of infants
  12. Sukhanov A.V. (Novosibirsk, RUSSIA). Genotypes AROE and degree of dementia in Alzheimer decease
  13. Vilenskaya, G.A. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Heredity of mood features in early childhood
  14. Zyryanova, N.M. (Moscow, RUSSIA). Genotype and the environment in the variability of deductive reasoning

September 27

15.00 - 16.00 FINAL PLENARY SESSION
Concluding remarks
Awards to the winners of the competition for the best scientific work and the best presentation among young researchers

 

17.00-18.30 VIDEO-BRIDGE NEW-YORK MOSCOW
(Entrance upon invitation tickets)


September 28

11.00 15.00

Visit to the A.R. Lurias village house in Svistukha.
Transportation departs from the Dept. of Psychology, MSU (boarding upon invitation tickets)

The Program at a Glance


September 23 REGISTRATION PRECONFERENCE SCIENTIFIC EXCURSIONS


September 24 REGISTRATION OPENING CEREMONY VISIT TO THE TOMB OF A.R. LURIA Afternoon MEMORIAL SESSION


September 25 27 THEMATIC SESSIONS AND EVENING LECTURES

Date and Time General Psychology,

Psychology of Normal and Abnormal Personality

General and Clinical Neuropsychology Developmental Neuropsychology: Diagnostics and Remediation Psychophysiology and Psychogenetics
  Room 406 Main Psychological Hall Roo, 310 Room 303
September 25,
9:30-14:00
A.R. Luria and Cultural-Historical Psychology Neuropsychology of Cognitive Processes Neuropsychology of Childhood System and Dynamic Approach towards Developmental Psychophysiology
September 25,
15:00-19:30
A.R. Lurias Approach towards Personality and Communication Interhemispheric Asymmetry and Interaction Diagnostics and Correction of Learning Difficulties Neurophysiological Mechanisms of Dynamical Functional Organization of Mental Processes
September 25, 19:30-21:00 Evening Lecture: Robert J. Sternberg (USA) Why intelligence cannot be "one thing": Cultural investigations of intelligence (MPH)
September 25, 19:30-21:00 Evening Lecture: Boris M. Velichkovsky (Germany) The century of mind and brain: How Lurias dream is becoming a reality (Room 310)
September 26,
9:30-14:00
Psycholinguistics and Neurolinguistics Neuropsychology and Neurophysiology of Individual Differences Neuropsychology of the Elderly The Brain, Mental Processes and States
September 26,
15:00-19:30
Diagnostics and Remediation of Mental and Psychosomatic Disorders in Adults Neuropsychological Rehabilitation Normal and Pathological Speech Formation   
September 26,
15:00-19:30
International Competition of Presentations by Young Researchers (Room 303)
September 26, 19:30-21:00 Evening Lecture: Endel Tulving (Canada) Episodic memory and the frontal lobes (MPH)
September 27,
9:30-14:00
Diagnostics and Remediation of Mental or Psychosomatic Disorders in Children Aphasia and Restorative Education    A.R. Luria and Psychogenetics

September 27 final plenary session Video-bridge new-york - Moscow


September 28 postconference visit to the a.R.lurias dacha in Svistukha


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