Organized every five years, the Luria International Memorial Congress is an important event for psychologists all over the world as A.R. Luria still remains a world-renowned, widely cited author who has an enduring influence on different branches of psychology and related sciences. The conference commemorated the 115th anniversary of the birth and 40 years from the death of Alexander Luria (1902–1977). The theme of the Congress was ‘Lurian Approach in International Psychological Science’. The highlight of the conference was the large number of international contributions, that is, papers submitted jointly by representatives from different countries. All submitted abstracts were reviewed and the top-quality presentations were published, however, the Program Committee does not always share the opinions of some of the authors. The authors’ style and orthography were preserved.
Conference topics: topics that dealt with disciplines such as cultural-historical psychology, neuropsychology and neurosciences, developmental neuropsychology, including problems of early neurocognitive development of children, neuropsychological rehabilitation of neurological, mental and psychosomatic patients, remediation of learning disabilities, neurolinguistics, neuropsychology of individual differences, psychogenetics, psychophysiology, general, social, developmental and teaching psychology, psychology of health, ergonomics and psychology of the subject of professional activity.
Conference date: 13–16 October 2017
Location: Ekaterinburg, Russia
Editors: J.M. Glozman, O.S. Vindeker, I.A. Ershova, and M.E. Permiakova
Organizers: Ural Federal University named after the First President of Russia B.N. Yeltsin and the Moscow Lomonosov State University
Sponsor: Russian Foundation for Basic Research, Project No. 17-06-20554/17
Published: 1 November 2018