Russian Psychological Issues
JournalsTopicsAuthorsEditor's Choice For AuthorsAbout PsyJournals.ruContact Us
Cultural-Historical Psychology - №2 / 2021 | Перейти к описанию
Web of Science СС

  Previous issue (2021. Vol. 17, no. 1)

Included in Scopus

SCImago Journal & Country Rank


Cultural-Historical Psychology

Publisher: Moscow State University of Psychology and Education

ISSN (printed version): 1816-5435

ISSN (online): 2224-8935


License: CC BY-NC 4.0

Started in 2005

Published quarterly

Free of fees
Open Access Journal

Affiliated ISCAR


Analysis of the Phenomenology of Autobiographical Memory within the Framework of Cultural-Historical Approach 2884


Nurkova V.V.
PhD in Psychology, Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, M. V. Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia

The author reviews various studies on sociocultural determination of the development and functioning of autobiographical memory as a specific personality and cognitive system. The author compares these studies with her own findings which indicate the possibility of elaborating more thoroughly upon the topic using the ideas developed within L.S. Vygotsky's school of thought.

Keywords: autobiographical memory, childhood amnesia, cultural-historical approach

Column: Theory and Methodology

For Reference

  1. Adler A. Nauka zhit'. Kiev, 1997.
  2. Vygotskii L.S. Lekcii po pedologii 1933—1934 gg.Izhevsk, 1996.
  3. Vygotskii L.S. Razvitie vysshih psihicheskih funkcii:Sobr. soch.: V 6 t. T. 3. M., 1983.
  4. Masolova G.Yu. Harakteristiki vospominanii o detstvekak instrument ocenki psihologicheskogo blagopoluchiya lichnosti // Mezhdunarodnaya nauchnaya konferenciya studentov, aspirantov i molodyh uchenyh «Lomonosov2007»:Sbornik rabot. M., 2007.
  5. Naisser U. Pamyat': kakie voprosy vazhny? //Kognitivnaya psihologiya pamyati / Pod red. U. Naissera, A. Haimena. Spb.M., 2005.
  6. Nurkova V.V. Zerkalo s pamyat'yu: Kul'turnoistoricheskii analiz fenomena fotografii. M., 2006.
  7. Nurkova V.V. Pamyat' // Obshaya psihologiya. V 7 t. /Pod red. B.S. Bratusya. T. 3. M., 2006.
  8. Nurkova V.V. Rol' avtobiograficheskoi pamyati v strukture identichnosti lichnosti // Mir psihologii. 2004. № 2.
  9. Nurkova V.V. Svershennoe prodolzhaetsya: Psihologiyaavtobiograficheskoi pamyati lichnosti. M., 2000.
  10. Nurkova V.V., Mitina O.V., Yanchenko E.V. Avtobiograficheskaya pamyat': «Sgusheniya» v sub'ektivnoi kartineproshlogo // Psihologicheskii zhurnal. 2005. № 2.
  11. Nurkova V.V., Nikanorova L.V. Ontogenez avtobiograficheskoi pamyati v svete teorii Zh.Piazhe // 15th Advanced Course of the Jean Piaget Archives: Abstracts. Geneva, 1998.
  12. Piaget J. Izbrannye psihologicheskie trudy. M., 1994.
  13. Sapogova E.E. Avtobiograficheskii narrativ v kontekste kul'turnoistoricheskoi psihologii // Kul'turnoistoricheskaya psihologiya. 2005. № 2.
  14. Freud Z. Izbrannoe. M., 1989.
  15. Shahtel' E.G. K voprosu o pamyati i amnezii na sobytiyadetstva // Kognitivnaya psihologiya pamyati / Pod red.U. Naissera, A. Haimena. SPb.; M., 2005.
  16. Erikson E. Identichnost': yunost' i krizis. M., 1996.
  17. Berntsen D., Rubin D.C. Emotionally Charged Autobiographical Memories Across the Life Span: The Recall of Happy, Sad, Traumatic, and Involuntary Memories //Psychology and Aging. 2002. Vol. 17.
  18. Fivush R. Maternal Reminiscing Style and Children's Developing Understanding of Self and Emotion // Clinical Social Work Journal. 2007. Vol. 35.
  19. Haden C.A., Haine R.A., Fivush R. Developing narrative structure in parent - child reminiscing across the preschool years // Developmental Psychology. 1997. Vol. 33.
  20. Hayne H. Earliest memories in Maori New Zealanders // Memory. 2000. Vol. 8. № 4.
  21. Loftus E.F., Ketcham K. The Myth of Repressed Memory. N.Y., 1994.
  22. Mullen M. Earliest memories of Caucasian Americans and native Koreans // Cognitive Development. 1995. Vol.10. № 3.
  23. Nelson K., Fivush R. The Emergence of autobiographi cal memory: A Social cultural developmental theory // Psychological Review. 2004. 111.
  24. Evolution and Development of Human Memory Systems // B. Ellis & D. Bjorklund (еds.). Origins of the Social Mind: Evolutionary Psychology and Child Development. N.Y., 2005.
  25. Pillemer D.B. What is remembered about early child hood events? // Clinical Psychology Review. 1998. № 18 (8).
  26. Rubin D.C., Berntsen D. Cultural Life Scripts Structure Recall from Autobiographical Memory // Memory & Cognition. 2004. Vol. 32. № 3.
  27. Rubin D.C. The distribution of early childhood memo ries // Memory. 2000. Vol. 8. № 4.
  28. Rubin D.C., Wetzler S.E., Nebes R.D. Autobiographical memory across the adult lifespan // D.C. Rubin (ed.). Autobiographical memory. Cambridge, 1986.
  29. Shum M.S. The role of temporal landmarks in the auto biographical memory processes // Psychological Bulletin. 1998. № 124.
  30. Siegler I.C., George L.K. Sex differences in coping and perceptions of life events // Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry. 1983. Vol. 16.
  31. Tulving E. Origin of Autonoesis in Episodic Memory // H.L. Roediger III and J.S. Nairne et al. (eds) The Nature of Remembering: Essays in honor of Robert G. Crowder. Washington, 2001.
  32. Wang Q. Infantile amnesia reconsidered: A crosscultural analysis // Memory. 2003. № 11(1).
  33. Wang Q., Leichtman M.D., Davies K.I. Sharing memories and telling stories: American and Chinese mothers and their 3-year-olds // Memory. 2000. № 8.
  34. Wetzler S.E., Sweeney J.A. Childhood amnesia: An empirical demonstration // D.C. Rubin (ed.). Autobiographical memory. Cambridge, 1986.

© 2007–2021 Portal of Russian Psychological Publications. All rights reserved in Russian

Publisher: Moscow State University of Psychology and Education

Catalogue of academic journals in psychology & education MSUPE

Creative Commons License Open Access Repository     Webometrics Ranking of Repositories

RSS Psyjournals at facebook Psyjournals at Twitter Psyjournals at Youtube ??????.???????