Ural federal university: Lurian Journal’s First Issue of the Year Is Published

The first 2021 issue of the Lurian Journal of Neuropsychology is published. The publication features articles whose authors describe how schoolchildren and their parents perceive aging, what resilience means, and how people’s behavior changes during times of social change.

For example, a researcher from Portugal describes the results of work aimed at neuropsychological training of children and young people with oppositional and conductive disorders. He cites the case of a 10-year-old boy whose treatment was carried out using the approach developed by the author and his team within the framework of cultural-historical neuropsychology.

The authors from Russia describe the results of an empirical study aimed at identifying and analyzing images of aging in children 5-6,8 years old and determining their connection with the degree of use of parenthood support and the nature of the relationship between children, parents and parenthood. U.S. psychologists discuss the multidimensionality of the concept of resilience and the problem of the influence of neurogenetics and the social environment on an individual’s resilience.


Lurian Journal is a journal aimed at preserving Luria’s legacy, developing Russian and global neuropsychological science by consolidating the results of theoretical, experimental, and applied neuropsychological research, and scientifically promoting research into individual differences in subjects’ mental and personal development, professional formation, and self-actualization in the context of digitalization.

The journal is supported by Lomonosov Moscow State University and the Russian Psychological Society. The editor-in-chief is Zhanna Glozman, Leading Researcher at the Department of Psychology of Moscow State University. Deputy editors-in-chief are Alexander Asmolov, head of the Department of Psychology of the Faculty of Psychology at Moscow State University, and Elvira Symanyuk, director of the Ural Institute of Humanities at UrFU.

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