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Luria A.R.
Alexander Luria

Luria A.R.

Professor (1944), Doctor of Education (1937), MD (1943), member of the Academy of Pedagogical Sciences of RSFSR (1947), member of the Academy of Pedagogical Sciences of the USSR (1967), Moscow, Russia

Interests

General psychology, neuropsychology, theory and methodology of psychological science.

 

Professor (1944), Doctor of Education (1937), MD (1943), member of the Academy of Pedagogical Sciences of RSFSR (1947), member of the Academy of Pedagogical Sciences of the USSR (1967), one of the outstanding Soviet psychologists who have received wide recognition of his scientific educational and social activities. For over 50 years of research, AR Luria made ​​an important contribution to different areas of psychology.


Luria was born in Kazan, a regional center east of Moscow, to Jewish parents. He studied at Kazan State University (graduated in 1921), Kharkiv Medical Institute and 1st Moscow Medical Institute (graduated in 1937). He was appointed Professor (1944), Doctor of Pedagogical (1937) and Medical Sciences (1943). Throughout his career Luria worked in a wide range of scientific fields at such institutions as the Academy of Communist Education (1920-1930s), Experimental Defectological Institute (1920-1930s, 1950-1960s, both in Moscow), Ukrainian Psychoneurological Academy (Kharkiv, early 1930s), All-Union Institute of Experimental Medicine, Burdenko Institute of Neurosurgery (late 1930s), and other institutions. In the late 1930s, Luria went to medical school. Following the war, Luria continued his work in Moscow's Institute of Psychology. For a period of time, he was removed from the Institute of Psychology, mainly as a result of a flare-up of anti-Semitism and shifted to research on mentally retarded children at the Defectological Institute in the 1950s. Additionally, from 1945 on Luria worked at the Moscow State University and was instrumental in the foundation of the Faculty of Psychology at the Moscow State University, where he later headed the Departments of Patho- and Neuropsychology.

Articles

Cultural-Historical Psychology (2012. no. 2, pp. 11–19)

Letters to Lana Lipchina from Kharkov

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