This volume contains various articles that are a sample of the ideas constructed and facts collected by Alexander Romanovich Luria during more than half a century of psychological research.
Part I: Early Beginnings 1. Psychoanalysis as a System of Monistic Psychology Part II: Developmental Studies 2. A Child's Speech Responses and the Social Environment 3. Experimental Psychology and Child Development 4. Paths of Development of Thought in the Child 5. The Development of Writing in the Child 6. The Development of Constructive Activity in the Preschool Child 7. The Formation of Voluntary Movements in Children of Preschool Age Part III: Neuropsychology 8. L. S. Vygotsky and the Problem of Functional Localization 9. Two Approaches to an Evaluation of the Reliability of Psychological Investigations: (Reliability of a Fact and Syndrome Analysis) 10. Disturbance of Intellectual Functions in Patients with Frontal Lobe Lesions 11. Neuropsychological Analysis of the Predicative Structure of Utterances 12. Syndromes of Mnemonic Disorders Accompanying Diencephalic Tumors 13. Eye-Movement Mechanisms in Normal and Pathological Vision: (Simultaneous Agnosia and Optical Ataxia)
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