IN INTERNATIONAL PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE
First Information letter
The year 2017 marks 115 years from the birth of Alexander Luria (1902-1977) and 40 years from his death. To commemorate the life and scientific achievements of this world-renowned psychologist Yeltsyn Ural Federal University, Moscow Lomonosov State University in collaboration with the Russian Psychological Association (RPA), American Psychological Association (APA), Tomsk State University, Kemerovo Federal University, International Society of Applied neuropsychology (ISAN), International Society of Cultural-historical Activity Research (ISCAR), Institute of Vygotsky in Portugal, Center for Integrating Neuropsychology and Psychology (CINAPSI) in San Paulo, Moscow Research Center of Developmental Neuropsyсhology and Irkutsk Research Center of Family Health and Human Reproduction are pleased to announce
The Fifth International Luria Memorial Congress.
The congress will be held on 13-16 October 2017 in Yekaterinburg, capital of Ural.
The congress will include plenary and thematic sessions (oral and poster presentations), round table discussions and evening lectures of the leading specialists in psychology and neuroscience from Russia and other countries. A competition will be organized between the papers of students, postgraduate students (Ph.D. fellows) and young researchers (under 33 years old).
The working languages of the conferences are English and Russian. There will be simultaneous translation during the congress.
The social program of the congress The Ural is the place where Alexander Luria (1902-1977) started his excellent career as a neuropsychologist. During the World War II he was the head of a rehabilitation hospital in Kisegach – a small Ural town. Here he has developed with his colleagues the world known methods of neuropsychological assessment and rehabilitation of soldiers after traumatic brain injury. The social program of the congress will include a visit to this historical place, as well as to the other world known historical places and famous museums of Ural.
International Presidency of the Congress:
Chair: Janna Glozman (Russia).
Members: Tatyana Akhutina – Chair of the Program Committee (Russia), Carla Anauate (Brazil), Alfredo Ardila (USA), Mike Cole (USA), Bozydar Kaczmarek (Poland), Sergey Kiselev – Vice-chair of the Organizing Committee (Russia), Victor Koksharov – Co-chair of the Organizing Committee (Russia), Bella Kotik-Friedgut (Israel), Lucciano Mecacci (Italy), Jordi Pena Casanova (Spain), Antonio Puente (USA), Joaquim Quintino – Aires (Portugal), Yulia Solovieva (Mexique), Elvira Symanuk (Russia), Alexander Thostov – Cochair of the Program Committee (Russia), Peter Tulviste (Estonia), Nicolay Veresov (Australia), Yuri Zinchenko (Russia).
Chair: Tatyana Akhutina. Cochair: Alexander Thostov
Members: Elena Balashova, Liudmila Baranskaya, Boris Bratus’, Alexander Chernorizov, Elena Enikolopova, Maria Falikman, Tatyana Fotekova, Islam Ilyasov, Fairuza Ismagilova, Olga Karabanova, Natalya Korsakova, Yulia Kovas, Maria Kovyazina, Olga Krotkova, Anna Leonova, Olga Lvova, Regina Machinskaya, Yury Mikadze, Valentina Nikolaeva, Vladimir Polyakov, Irina Roshina, Anatoly Skvortsov, Olga Tikhomadritskaya, Larisa Tokarskaya, Rosa Vlasova.
Chair: Victor Koksharov. Vice-Chair Sergey Kiselev.
Members: B.Yu. Berzin, Mike Cole, A.A. Kiselnikov, М.V. Кlimenskih, V.V. Knazev, О.А. L’vova, E.I. Nikolayeva, А.А. Pecherkina, V.M.Polyakov, I.G. Polyakova, L.V. Rychkova, E.E. Symanuk, A.N. Veraksa, О.S. Vindeker.
Secretary: Svetlana Pavlova
Topic Category List
- A.R. Luria life and work
- A.R. Luria and cultural-historical psychology
- Neuropsychology in XXI century: new branches and methods
- Actual state and perspectives in neurosciences
- Neuropsychological rehabilitation and remediation
- A.R. Luria and developmental neuropsychology
- Neuropsychology of individual differences
- Diagnostics and remediation of learning disabilities
- Lurian approaches in assessment and rehabilitation of mental, elderly and psychosomatic patients
- Brain and mental processes and states: Lurian approaches in psychophysiology and neurophysiology
- Early neurocognitive development of children
- Interhemispheric asymmetry and interaction
- Development of Luria’s ideas in neurolinguistics
- A.R. Luria and general psychology and psychology of personality
- A.R. Luria and social psychology
- A.R. Luria and developmental psychology
- A.R. Luria and teaching psychology
- A.R. Luria and ergonomics and organizational psychology
- A.R. Luria and psychology of the subject of professional activity
- Psychology of health
For the Fifth International Luria Memorial Congress.
October 13 – 16 2017, Yekaterinburg.
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APPLICATION FORM on line
The conference fee is 60 euro. For students, ISAN, RPA and ISCAR members, accompanying persons, guests and actively participating coauthors 30 euro. The conference fee includes: congress-package, social program, equipment for simultaneous translation, publication of the abstract and invitation letters with visa support.
A special issue of “Psychology in Russia” (indexed in Scopus) will publish some Congress proceedings, selected by the Program Committee
Length limit – 250 words (output data: title, name(s) of author(s), country, city and e-mail – are included). References to the grants should be issued in the form of footnote. Application form is mandatory together with the abstract. Each author can submit maximum 3 abstracts with maximum 2 abstracts as the first presenter. Please underline the presenter’s name. Abstracts are accepted in Russian or English.
Abstract submission started the 1 November 2016 and continues until May 25 2017. Please send the abstract together with the application form to the Congress Secretary Svetlana Pavlova by e-mail: Luria.firstname.lastname@example.org
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