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Journal of Russian and East European Psychology
Editor: Pentti Hakkarainen, Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences (phakkar@gmail.com )
Editor Emeritus: Michael Cole, University of California, San Diego
(mcole@weber.ucsd.edu)

Journal of Russian & East European Psychology publishes thematic issues with translations of original submissions as well as articles published in scholarly journals on a variety of topics from child development to creativity to memory to post-traumatic stress. Another important editorial mission of the journal is the publication of work by the greats--Bekhterev, Bernstein, Bozhovich, Brushlinskii, Elkonin, Leontiev, Luria, Puzyrei, Shpet, Uznadze, Vygotsky, Zaporozhets, Zinchenko, Zuckerman--in excellent translations with helpful bibliographic information, contributions by peers and proteges, and introductions by guest editors.

The complete digital archives of Journal of Russian & East European Psychology beginning with Volume 1 (1962) are available free of charge to current institutional subscribers for the life of the paid subscription.

Volumes 1-38 (1962-2000) are also included in the Russian & East European Studies digital archive collection available for one-time purchase to non-subscribers.

"The translations are in excellent English; articles are well documented. ... This is another of the very valuable journals published by M.E. Sharpe, and it is recommended for academic and research libraries." -Magazines for Libraries
 
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Editorial Board
Adam Biela, Catholic University of Lublin; Laszlo Garai, University of Budapest; Jaromir Janousek, Charles University, Prague; Alex Kozulin, ICELP, Jerusalem; Eugene Matusov, University of Delaware; Luciano Mecacci, University of Florence; Boris Meshcheryakov, International University for the Nature, Society, and Man, Dubna, Moscow Region; Dorothy Robbins, University of Central Missouri; Georg Ruckriem, Berlin University of Arts; Lloyd Strickland, Carleton University, Ottawa; Jonathan Tudge, University of North Carolina, Greensboro; Peter Tulviste, Tartu University, Estonia; Jaan Valsiner, Clark University; Nikolai Veresov, University of Oulu, Kajaani; James V. Wertsch, Washington University; Katsuhiro Yamazumi, Center for Human Activity Theory, Kansai University; Anton Yasnitsky, University of Toronto, Canada; V.P. Zinchenko, State University-Higher Education of Economics, Moscow; Galina Zuckerman, Russian Academy of Education, Moscow


Table of Contents
July-August 2013
Vol. 51 No. 04

The Methodological Crisis in Russian (and Western) Psychology
Editor's Introduction
PENTTI HAKKARAINEN 3
The Crisis in Psychology—Systemic or Local?
I.A. MIRONENKO 7
Theoretical-Experimental and Practical Psychology
Two Different Paradigms?
A.L. ZHURAVLEV AND D.V. USHAKOV 22
The Problem of Behavioral Determination and Self-Determination in Cultural-Historical and Existential Psychology
N.S. SHADRIN 44
The Dialectical Logic of S.L. Rubinshtein and A.N. Leontiev and the Logical Foundations of Contemporary Psychology's Network Paradigm
E.E. SOKOLOVA 67

 

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