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Zinchenko, Yury. P.

Zinchenko, Yury. P. / Зинченко Ю. П.

Affiliation: Lomonosov Moscow State University;

Psycid: 2011-a-0001

Researcherid: F-4021-2012

Professor, member of the Russian Academy of Education

Doctor in Psychology

Member of Russian Academy of Education 
Dean, Faculty of Psychology, Lomonosov Moscow State University 
Editor-in-Chief, Journal “Moscow University Bulletin. Series 14. Psychology” 
Editor-in-Chief, “National Psychological Journal”

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Yuri Petrovich Zinchenko is full professor in the Faculty of Psychology of Lomonosov Moscow State University. He earned a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Moscow State University in 1998. He is dean of the Faculty of Psychology and chair of Department of Methodology of Psychology at Moscow State University.

He is associate member of the Russian Academy of Education; president of the Russian Psychological Society; head clinical psychologist in the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation; member of Lomonosov MSU Academic Board; president of the Academic Board of the Faculty of Psychology (Lomonosov MSU); president of MSU Dissertation Committee D501.001.15; member of the Commission for Education of the Russian Academy of Sciences; chairman of the Psychological Section of the Education Board for Classical University Education of Russia; deputy chairman of the Psychology Expert Board of the State Commission for Academic Degrees and Titles at Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation); Honorary President of the Society of Law Enforcement Agencies’ Psychologists; member of a number of scientific and methodological commissions and expert boards of the Security Council of the Russian Federation, the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation, the Ministry of the Russian Federation for Civil Defense, Emergency Management and Natural Disasters Response, the Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation, the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, and the Public Chamber of the Russian Federation.

He is member of the Presidium of IUPsyS under UNESCO; member of the IAAP administration; member of the EFPA Executive Council; Honorary Member of the Human Science Center at Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Germany; Honorary Professor at the University Paris III (Sorbonne), France;  Docteur Honoris Causa (Universidade Fernando Pessoa, Portugal).

Dr. Zinchenko is a well-known scientist in Russia and abroad specializing in the methodology of psychology and the psychology of safety. He has successfully developed and applied Lev S. Vygotsky’s Cultural-Historical approach to fundamental psychological research from the perspective of postnonclassical methodology; applied this approach in several branches of psychological research, including the psychology of safety and counter-terrorism; together with academician Viktor A. Sadovnichy, suggested and used supercomputer calculations to process data packages and formalize patterns of functional state of human under extreme conditions; was the first scientist in Russia to have used the technologies of virtual reality (CAVE format) in psychological research; developed scientific and methodological recommendations on the implementation of safety practices aimed at preventing youth from getting involved in terrorist activities; developed a dynamic model of the psychological security of person and society; studied issues related to the ethics of conducting psychological research and psychological practice.

Dr. Zinchenko delivers lectures on the methodology of psychology, health psychology, psychology of safety and psychology of terrorism; has supervised two Drs. Sc. and 10 Cands. Sc. to date; was Head of the project “Developing a System of Innovative Education at Lomonosov MSU in the Field of Psychology” (part of the federal project Education), within the framework of which innovative programs of training masters in the psychology of safety and the psychology of negotiations and conflict resolution were launched. He has developed the Third Generation of Federal State Educational Standards for such special fields as “Theoretical and Experimental Psychology”, “Occupational Psychology”, “Clinical Psychology”, as well as for programs of training masters in psychology and the program of senior managers in the field of psychology of public service.

Dr. Zinchenko supervised the following scientific projects backed with grants from the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation: “Conducting Fundamental Research in Psychology” (2009), “Elaboration of Innovation Methods of Research, Educational and Practical Activity of Psychologist with Application of Virtual Reality Technologies” (2009-2011), “Methodological Issues of Applying Modern IT to Psychology of Safety” (2010-2012), “Developing a Methodological Basis for Modeling Psychological and Psycophysiological Mechanisms of Human's Functional State through the Use of Supercomputers” (2011-2012). He headed the following research projects: “Socio-psychological Methods and Models of Increasing Effectiveness of Counter-Terrorist Activities” (2005-2006), “Psychological Methods and Models of Increasing Effectiveness of Counter-Terrorist Activities in Changing Russia” (2006-2008), “Methodological Bases of Virtual Reality Applications in Psychology” (2009-2011), “Tolerance as a Factor of Countering Xenophobia” (2010).

He was backed with a grant within the framework of the International Program of Russian-Swiss Scientific Collaboration (a research project “Executive functions in Preterm Born Children: Cognitive, Neuronal and Behavioral Aspects”, 2010-2011).

Dr. Zinchenko headed the following research projects in the field of health psychology carried out under the auspices of the Civic Chamber of the Russian Federation and the All-Russian Non-Governmental Organization “The League of National Health”: “Health Psychology: Innovations in Science, Education and Practice” (2006-2007), “The First Open All-Russian Student Competition of Social Advertising and Social Projects “Russia without Tobacco” (2009), “Psychological Support of Rehabilitation and Drug Addiction Prevention” (2011-2012).

Dr. Zinchenko has founded a scientific school rewarded with a grant from the President of the Russian Federation for the federal support of leading scientific schools of the Russian Federation. The school’s projects have been supported by the Federal Special Program “Scientific and Academic Staff in Innovative Russia for 2009-2013”.

He has over 180 scholarly publications, including those in foreign languages and is author and co-author of 46 books.

Dr. Zinchenko is the Editor-in-Chief of a number leading psychological journals: “Russian Psychological Journal”, “National Psychological Journal”, “The Moscow University Herald. Series 14. Psychology”, annual “Psychology in Russia: State of the Art”, and a member of the editorial boards of the journals “Methodology and History of Psychology”, “Psychology and Natural Science”, “Psychology and Social Studies”, “Cognitive Science”, “Bulletin of Practical Educational Psychology”, “Forensic Psychology”, “The World of Psychology”, “Bulletin of South Ural State University. Series “Psychology”, “Siberian Psychological Journal”. He is the Executive Editor of the series “Classical MSU University Textbook”, a member of the Scientific Editorial Board of the publishing house Ekonomika and a member of the Editorial Advisory Board of the Russian Academy of Education.

Dr. Zinchenko has been decorated with the medals “In honor of the 850th Anniversary of Moscow” and “For Cooperation between Rescue Services”. He is the Russian Government Education Award recipient and Honored Fellow of Higher Professional Education of the Russian Federation.     

Selected Publications

Books

(2015) Psychology of securit. Textbook. Moscow: Urait (co-author with A.Dontsov, E.Perelygina, & O.Zotova).

(2013) "Lomonosov" school competition in psychology: methodological recommendations. Moscow: KDU (co-author with Volodarskaya I.A., Matyushkina A.A., & Shilko R.S.).

(2012). Vygotsky, une théorie du développement et de l'éducation: recueil de textes et commentaires (Y.Zinchenko, & F.Yvon, Eds.). Moscow: MSU.

(2012). Macro-psychological aspects of Russia Security. Moscow: Optimum Group (co-author with A.Dontsov, E.Perelygina, & O.Zotova).

(2011). Methodological Issues of Security Psychology. Personality, Society, State. Moscow: MSU.

(2011). Psychology of Virtual Reality. Moscow: MSU.

(2011). Psychology of Public Service. Moscow: MSU (co-author with A.Soroko, A.Potapkin, &V.Fiveisky).

(2011). Sport Psychology. Moscow: MSU (co-author with A. Tonevitsky, A.Veraksa, S.Isaythchev, S.Leonov, et al.).

(2011). Theoretical and methodological foundation of psychological research: determination and social value. Moscow.

(2011). Tolerance as a Factor of Opposition to Xenophobia: Control of Xenophobia Risks in the Risk Society (Ed.). Moscow.

(2011). The person as a subject and an object of Media-Psychology (Ed.). Moscow: MSU

(2010). Security Foundation of Personality and Society. Moscow.

(2010). Psychology of Corporation Security. Moscow (co-author with E.Perelygina, I.Busygina, &O.Zotova).

(2008). Information and Psychological Security in Mass media. Moscow: Aspect Press.

(2008). Foundation of Security Psychology: functionality and integrity. Yekaterinburg (co-author with V.Gratchev, L. Zaks, et al.).

(2008). Contemporary Image of Russia: development prospects. Moscow (co-author with A.Otchirova, &L.Matveeva).

(2008). Philosophy of social sciences and humanities. Moscow: Academitchesky Project (co-author with V.Kapitsin, S.Lebedev, V.Ilyin, L.Ionin, et al.).

(2007). Innovational Education Programs in Psychology. Moscow: MSU (co-author with I.Volodarskaya).

(2007). Psychology in Moscow University, 1755-2005. Moscow: MSU.

(2007). Contemporary terrorism and struggle against it: social- humanitarian dimensions. Moscow (co-author with S.Aphonin, R.Shilko, et al.).

(2003). Clinical Psychology of Sexuality in the Context of Cultural-Historical Approach. Moscow.

Chapters in Books

(2012). Methodological issues of Art Psychology: from semiotic classics to postmodern nonclassics. In Collection of articles on art, philology and history (pp.129-139), Moscow: MSU.

(2012). L'héritage vygotskien dans la psychologie du développement en Union Soviétique. In Y.Zinchenko & F.Yvon (Eds.), Vygotsky, une théorie du développement et de l'éducation (pp.319-334). Moscow: MSU (co-author with L. Chaiguerova).

(2012). Vie et œuvres de L.S.Vygotsky: un parcours vers la psychologie culturelle-historique. In Y.Zinchenko & F.Yvon (Eds.), Vygotsky, une théorie du développement et de l'éducation (pp.27-60). Moscow: MSU (co-author with L.Chaiguerova & F.Yvon).

(2012). Virtualisation of reality and cultures: risks of socialisation in globalised world. In Dialog of Cultures during Globalisation. V.1 (pp.92-94). Saint-Petersburg.

(2012). Methodological foundation of application of virtual reality and super-calculators in psychology. In The V Congress of the Russian Psychological Society (pp.402-404). Moscow.

(2012). The Methodology of Syndrome Analysis of Vygotsky-Luria Approach and Postnonclassic Rationality. In N.K.Korsakova, &Yu.V.Mikadze (Eds.). Heritage of A.R.Luria in the contemporary scientific and cultural-historical context: To the 110 anniversary of A.R.Luria (pp.37-69). Moscow: MSU.

(2011). Models and Methods of Increasing of Information Security and Diagnostics of Xenophobia Risks in the Real and Virtual Worlds. In Tolerance as a factor of opposition to xenophobia: Control of Xenophobia Risks in the Risk Society (pp. 409-480). Moscow (co-author with L. Chaiguerova, R.Shilko, &A.Voiskunsky, et al.).

(2011). Virtual reality in experimental psychology: about methodology. In Yu.Zinchenko (Ed.). The person as a subject and an object of Media-Psychology (Ed.) (pp.58-75). Moscow: MSU.

(2011). Virtualisation of reality: from psychological tools to a new subculture. In Yu. Zinchenko (Ed.). The person as a subject and an object of Media-Psychology (Ed.) (pp.231-278). Moscow: MSU.

(2011). Mass media as an effective tool of prevention against social-psychological factors of development of terrorism. In Yu. Zinchenko (Ed.). The person as a subject and an object of Media-Psychology (Ed.) (pp.575-594). Moscow: MSU.

(2011). Coping Strategies. In A.Bodalev (Ed.) Psychology of Communication. Encyclopaedic dictionary (pp.409-410). Moscow: Cogito-Centre (co-author with R.Shilko).

(2011). Role of Mass Media in struggle against the terrorism. In Diplomatic Yearbook (pp.143-172). Moscow: East-West.

(2011). Virtual reality technologies: theory, practice and application to sport. In Yu.P.Zinchenko, &Tonevitsky (eds.). Sport Psychology (pp.377-392). Moscow: MSU.

(2008). Topical issues of security in the information space. In Informational and Psychological Safety (pp.9-14). Moscow: Aspect Press (co-author with E.Vartanova).

(2008). Psychological Aspects of Informational Security and opposition to terrorism by means of mass media. In Informational and Psychological Safety (pp.199-226). Moscow: Aspect Press (co-author with R.Shilko).

(2006). Psychological Aspects in Research of Terrorism. In Security, Terrorism and Privacy in Information Society (pp.123-126). Bielefeld: W. Bertelsmann Verlag (co-author with R.Shilko).

(2006). Classification of psychological disorders. In Psychological lexicon: encyclopedia in 6 vol., V.1 (pp.15-18). Moscow: Per Se (co-author with R.Shilko).

(2006). Philosophical and methodological issues of psychology. In Philosophy of social sciences and humanities (pp.523-567). Moscow: Academitchesky project.

(2003). Clinical Psychology as a tool of study of sexual disorders. Bulletin of Ministry of Industry, Science and Technologies (pp.49-55). Moscow.

(2001). Pathopsychological aspects of PTSD. In Psychologists on Migrants and Migration in Russia. Information and Analytical Bulletin of the Russian Red Cross, №3 (pp.10-18). Moscow.

(1993). Sexualité en psychanalyse . In Archives de Psychanalyse (pp.21-25). Paris: Eolia.

(1992). Evolution of Concept "Symptom". In Unconscious: its manifestation and forms (pp.41-49). Moscow.

Articles in Journals

(2014) A Comparative Analysis of Psychological Structure of Perfectionism in Patients with ‘Hypertension at Work’ and Patients with Essential Hypertension. Anuario de Psicología/The UB Journal of Psychology, 44, 2, p. 151-168 (co-author with E.Pervichko).

(2014) A cross-cultural investigation of inhibitory control generative fluency, and anxiety symptons in Romanian and Russian preschoolers. Child Neuropsychology, издательство Swets & Zeitlinger (Netherlands), p. 1-29 (co-author with Lavinia Cheie, Aleksander Veraksa, Aleksandra Gorovaya, and Laura Visu-Petra)

(2014) Dynamics of the psychological features and clinical symptoms in mitral valve prolapse patients receiving long-term integrative psychotherapy for anxiety disorders. Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 7, 3, p. 66-79 (co-author with E.Pervichko, Akatova E.).

(2014) EPA-0562 – Dynamics of Cognitive Disorders in Elderly Patients with Essential Arterial Hypertension During Antihypertnsive Treatment. European Psychiatry, издательство Elsevier BV (Netherlands), 29, 1, p. 1 (co-author with E.Pervichko, Ostroumova O.)

(2014) EPA-0571 – Postnonclassical Methodology in Modern Psychiatry and Clinical Psychology: Opportunities and Perspectives. European Psychiatry, издательство Elsevier BV (Netherlands), 29, 1, p. 1 (co-author with E.Pervichko)

(2014) EPA-0581 – Long-Term Integrative Psychotherapy of Anxiety Disorders in Mitral Valve Prolapse Patients: the Factors of Mental Health Improvement. European Psychiatry, издательство Elsevier BV (Netherlands), 29, 1, p. 1 (co-author with E.Pervichko)

(2014) Editorial. Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 7, 1, p. 2-3

(2014) Ego defense mechanisms in patients with “hypertension at work” and patients with essential hypertension: a comparative analysis. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, Published by Elsevier Ltd (Netherlands), 127, p. 666-670 (co-author with E.Pervichko).

(2014) Emotion regulation in patients with essential hypertension: subjective-evaluative, physiological, and behavioral aspects. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, Published by Elsevier Ltd (Netherlands), 127, p. 686-690 (co-author with E.Pervichko, Ostroumova O.).

(2014) Extremism from the perspective of a system approach. Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 7, 1, с. 23-33

(2014) Heuristic value of post-non-classical models in psychosomatics (on the example of L.S. Vygotsky and A.R. Luria’s syndrome approach. Voprosy Psikhologii. Akademiia pedagogicheskikh nauk RSFSR (Russian Federation), 1, p. 14-27 (co-author with E.Pervichko).

(2014) Parents' Notions of the Internet Information Aimed at Children. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, 146, p. 61-67 (co-author with Zotova Olga Y.).

(2014) Postnonclassical Methodology in Clinical Psychology: Opportunities and Perspectives of Vygotsky-Luria School. Open Journal of Social Sciences, 2, p. 90-95 (co-author with E.Pervichko)

(2014) Qualitative Characteristics of Emotion Regulation Process in Adolescents with Mitral Valve Prolapse. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, Published by Elsevier Ltd (Netherlands), 146, p. 76-82 (co-author with E.Pervichko)

(2014) Security in the worldview of Russians. Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 7, 1, p. 50-61 (co-author with Zotova Olga Y.)

(2013) 2865 - Assesment of quality of life at mitral valve prolapse patients suffering anxiety disorders. European Psychiatry, издательство Elsevier BV (Netherlands), 28, 1, p. 1 (co-author with E.Pervichko, Martynov A.I.)

(2013) 2872 - Psychosemantic study of interoception experience and pain perception in patients with mitral valve prolapse. European Psychiatry, издательство Elsevier BV (Netherlands), 28, 1, p. 1 (co-author with E.Pervichko)

(2013) A Remark on the most informative EEG Signal Components in a super-scalable method for functional state classification based on the wavelet decomposition. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, 86, p. 18-23 (co-author with Galatenko V.V., Livshitz E.D., Staroverov V.M., Lukashenko T.P., Galatenko A.V., Podolskii V.E., Sadovnichy V.A., Lebedev V.V., Isaychev S.A., Chernorizov A.M.)

(2013) Assesment of quality of life at mitral valve prolapse patients suffering anxiety disorders. European Psychiatry, издательство Elsevier BV (Netherlands), 28, 1, p. 1732 (co-author with Pervichko E.I., Martynov A.I.)

(2013) Automated Real-time Classification of Functional States based on Physiological Parameters. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, 86, p. 373-378. (co-author with Lobacheva Ekaterina M., Galatenko Yulia N., Gabidullina Rozaliya F., Galatenko Vladimir V., Livshitz Eugene D., Lukashenko Taras P., Vetrov Dmitriy P., Lebedev Alexey E., Podol'skii Vladimir E., Lebedev Vyacheslav V., Isaychev Sergey A., Chernorizov Alexandr M.)

(2013) Automated real-time classification of functional states: significance of individual tuning stage. Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 6, 3, p. 41-48. (co-author with Galatenko Vladimir V., Livshitz Evgeniy D., Chernorizov Alexander M., Galatenko Alexey V., Staroverov Vladimir M., Isaychev Sergey A., Lebedev Vyacheslav V., Menshikova Galina Ya, Gusev Alexey N., Lobacheva Ekaterina M., Gabidullina Rozaliya F., Podol’skii Vladimir E., Sadovnichy Victor A.)

(2013) Editorial. Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 6, 1, p. 2-3

(2013) Editorial. Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 6, 2, p. 2-3

(2013) Ego Defence Mechanisms in Patients with "Hypertension at work" and Patients with Essential Hypertension: A Comparative Analysis. Romanian Journal of Experimental Applied Psychology, 4, S1, p. 160-160. (co-author with E.Pervichko)

(2013) Emotion Regulation in Patients with Essential Hypertension: Subjective-evaluative, Physiological, and Behavioral Aspects. Romanian Journal of Experimental Applied Psychology, 4, S1, p. 164-164. (co-author with E.Pervichko, Ostroumova O.)

(2013) Emotional Experiences and Coping Processes in the Context of Verification of Psychosomatic Hypotheses in MVP Patients. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, Published by Elsevier Ltd (Netherlands), 86, p. 47-52 (co-author with E.Pervichko, Martynov A.)

(2013) Motivation as a factor affecting the efficiency of cognitive processes in elderly patients with hypertension. Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 6, 4, p. 186-198. (co-author with E.Pervichko, Ostroumova O.)

(2013) Nonclassical and Postnonclassical epistemology in Lev Vygotsky’s cultural-historical approach to clinical psychology. Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 6, 1, p. 43-56. (co-author with E.Pervichko)

(2013) Nonclassical and postnonclassical epistemology in Lev Vygotsky’s cultural - historical approach to clinical psychology. Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 6, 1, p. 43-56 (co-author with E.Pervichko)

(2013) Notions of security as a component of students attitudes towards money. Prosedia-Social and behavior sciences, № Vol. 86, p. 98-103 (co-author with E.Pervichko, Zotova O.Y.)

(2013) Peculiarities of Emotional Regulation with MVP Patients: A Study of the Effects of Rational-Emotive Therapy. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, Published by Elsevier Ltd (Netherlands), 78, p. 290-294 (co-author with E.Pervichko, Martynov A.)

(2013) Person-centered approaches in medicine: clinical tasks, psychological paradigms, and postnonclassic perspective. Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 6, 1, p. 95-109 (co-author with Mezzich J.E., Krasnov V.N., Pervichko E.I., Kulygina M.A.)

(2013) Personal Factors of Emotional Burnout in Patients with “Hypertension at Work". Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, Published by Elsevier Ltd (Netherlands), 86, p. 407-412 (co-author with Pervichko E., Ostroumova O.)

(2013) Psychological underpinning of personalized approaches in modern medicine: syndrome analysis of mitral valve prolapsed patients. Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 6, 2, p. 89-102. (co-author with Pervichko Elena I., Martynov Anatoliy I.)

(2013) Psychophysiological mechanisms of mental stress reactions in patients with “hypertension at work” and patients with essential hypertension: a comparative analysis. Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 6, 3, p. 78-94 (co-author with Pervichko E., Ostroumova O.)

(2013) Psychosemantic study of interoception experience and pain perception in patients with mitral valve prolapse. European Psychiatry, издательство Elsevier BV (Netherlands), 28, 1, p. 1738 (co-author with Pervichko E.)

(2013) Russian traditional and postnonclassical psychological perspectives on person-centered mental health care. The International Journal of Person Centered Medicine, Published by University of Buckingham Press (Buckingham, England), 3, 1, p. 81-87 (co-author with Pervichko E., Krasnov V., Kulygina M.)

(2013) Semantic Organization of Interoceptive Sensations in Mitral Valve Prolapse Patients. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, Published by Elsevier Ltd (Netherlands), 86, p. 402-406 (co-author with Pervichko E.).)

(2013) Unasked questions and unused answers in psychology. Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 6, 3, p. 4-18 (co-author with Ernst Pöppel, Yan Bao, Shihui Han, Sozinov Alexey A., Ushakov Dmitry V., Kovalev Artem I., Chernorizov Alexander M., Menshikova Galina Ya, Zabotkina Vera I., Evgeny Gutyrchik, Zaytseva Yuliya S.).)

(2013) Vector approach to integral evaluating of sportsmen functional states. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences Published by Elsevier Ltd (Netherlands), 86, p. 610-614 (co-author with Lebedev Vyacheslav V., Isaychev Sergey A., Chernorizov Alexandr M.)

(2013) Violations of Emotional Regulation in Patients with Stress- Induced Hypertension. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, Published by Elsevier Ltd (Netherlands), 78, p. 295-299 (co-author with Pervichko E., Ostroumova O.)

(2012). The Methodology of Syndrome Analysis within the Paradigm of "Qualitative Research in Clinical Psychology". Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 157-184 (co-author with E.Pervichko).

(2012). The V Congress of the Russian Psychological Society. Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 5, 11-30 (co-author with A.L. Zhuravlev, Yu.V. Kovaleva, & E.A.Sergienko)

(2012). On a syndrome-based approach to psychosomatic medicine (A study of patients with mitral valve prolapse). Česká a slovenská pshyhiatrie. Abstracts WPA International Congress, 108, 159 (co-author with E. Pervichko).

(2012). Introduction. Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 5, 5-10 (co-author with V.F.Petrenko).

(2012). Peculiarities of emotional regulation with MVP patients: a study of the effects of rational-emotive therapy. Romanian Journal of Experimental Applied Psychology. Special Edition, 3, 29. (co-author with E.Pervichko, & A. Martynova).

(2012). Violations of emotional regulation in patients with stress-induced hypertension. Romanian Journal of Experimental Applied Psychology. Special Edition, 3, 30 (co-author with E.Pervichko, &O.Ostroumova).

(2012). A Syndrome-based Approach in Body Psychology (A study of patients with mitral valve prolapse). Bulletin of Moscow University. Series 14. Psychology, № 2, 57-67 (co-author with E.Pervichko).

(2012). Postnonclassic methodology in clinical psychology: the scientific school of Vygotsky and Luria. National Psychological Journal, №2(8), с. 32-45 (co-author with E.Pervichko).

(2011). Introduction. Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 4, 6-12 (co-author with V.F.Petrenko).

(2011). Methodological foundations of Military Psychology and Psychological Security. Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 4, 53-61 (co-author with A.Veraksa, &S.Leonov).

(2011). Psychology of Security as Social Systemic Phenomenon. Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 4, 307-315.

(2011). Technologies of Virtual Reality in Psychology of Sport of Great Advances: Theory, Practice, and Perspectives. Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 4, 129-152(co-author with G.Men’shikova, A.M. Chernorizov, & A.E.Voyskunskiy).

(2011). Psychological Safety of Individual and Society in the Modern Information Space. National Psychological Journal, №2(6) , 48-59 (co-author with L. A. Shaygerova, & R. S. Shilko).

(2011). Act of Terrorism as an Extreme Situation in the Risk Society. National Psychological Journal, №2(6), 98-112 (co-author with L. A. Shaygerova, &G.V.Soldatova).

(2011). Methodological foundation of the Safety Psychology. National Psychological Journal, №2(6), 11-14.

(2011). Methodological issues of fundamental and applied psychological research. National Psychological Journal, № 1(5), 42-49.

(2011). Psychological Security of Person and Society in the Contemporary Information Space. National Psychological Journal, №2, 48-59.

(2011). Security Psychology as a social-system phenomenon. Bulletin of Moscow University. Series 14. Psychology, №4, 4-11.

(2011). Safety of Corporation and Globalisation. Bulletin of Moscow University. Series 14. Psychology, №4, 12-16.

(2010). Introduction. Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 3, 6-8 (co-author with V.F.Petrenko).

(2010). Technologies of Virtual Reality in the Context of World-Wide and Russian Psychology: Methodology, Comparison with Traditional Methods, Achievements and Perspectives. Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 3, 11-45 (co-author with G.Menshikova, Yu.Bayakovsky, A.M.Chernorizov, &A.E.Voiskounsky).

(2009). Les aspects méthodologiques des rapports entre concepts du signe et du symbole dans la théorie historico-culturelle de L.S. Vygotski. Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 2, 25-34.

(2009). Introduction. Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 2, 6-8 (co-author with V.F.Petrenko).

(2009).The VIII International Congress of Clinical Psychologists. Bulletin of Moscow University. Series 14. Psychology, №3, 124-127 (co-author with G.Glosman).

(2008). Introduction. Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 1, 5-6 (co-author with V.F.Petrenko).

(2008). Psychology of Safety and Resistance to Terrorism. Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 1, 81-101.

(2007). Motivation of the Terrorist. Bulletin of Moscow University. Series 14. Psychology, №2, 20-34 (co-author with K.Surnov, &A.Thostov).

(2007). Psychological portrait of the terrorism: the sources of terrorism as a social form of the identity. Bulletin of Moscow University. Series 14. Psychology, №4, 3-7.

(2007). Psychological Science in the New Educational Context. Bulletin if Applied Pscyhology. №4 (13), 7-8.

(2007). Faculty of Psychology of Moscow University: 40 years. Bulletin of Moscow University. Series 14. Psychology, №1, 8-10.

(2000). Clinical Psychology as a new university specialisation. Bulletin of International Academy of High School, №1, 204-211 (co-author with Yu.F.Poliakov). 

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Zinchenko Yu.P., Shaigerova L.A., Dolgikh A.G., Savelieva O.A. (2019). Methodological issues of studying the impact of bilingualism on cognitions and ethnocultural identity. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin, 1, 174-194

Relevance. The relevance of identifying methodological problems in the study of bilingualism and its impact on individual and social processes is due to the economic, political and socio-psychological characteristics of modern multicultural and multilingual societies. The special significance of the study of bilingualism acquire in the Russian language context. It is characterized by the need to find a balance between raising the status of the Russian language (as the main unifying factor of civil identity) and the development and preservation of the languages of the peoples of Russia (as an important component of the ethnocultural identity of their representatives).

Objective. The work is aimed at the analysis of the main methodological problems that arise during the research of bilingualism, identifying its impact on cognitive processes and the relationship of bilingualism with ethnocultural identity.

Method. From the point of view of the system approach and cultural-historical psychology, a critical analysis of studies of bilingualism, its impact on cognitive processes and the relationship with ethno-cultural identity was carried out.

Results and conclusions. Methodological problems that complicate the study of bilingualism, systematization and generalization of their results, and the application of the results in various spheres of social practice are identified. A number of methodological challenges need to be overcome in the field of studying the impact of bilingualism and multilingualism in order to obtain valid and reliable research results and implement practical, socially significant tasks in the field of preserving the languages of the peoples of Russia along with strengthening the status of the Russian language. The need for interdisciplinary studies of bilingualism and its impact on cognitive processes and ethnocultural identity based on the application of a systematic approach, including in the Russian multilingual context, is shown.

Received: 12/17/2018

Accepted: 12/24/2018

Pages: 174-194

DOI: 10.11621/vsp.2019.01.174

Available Online: 03/15/2019

Zinchenko Yu.P., Eskov V.М., Grigoryeva S.V., Maistrenko V.I. (2018).New possibility of the heuristic activity of neuroemulators. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin, 3, 109-127

Relevance. Today there are no real models of the human brain's heuristic activity. In this regard, now it is absent real models of heuristic activity of the human brain, according to the accumulated experimental material, the possibilities of modeling two basic principles of the operation of real neural networks of the human brain was presented.

Goal. The proving of real neuroemulator possibility for system synthesis as a model of heuristic behavior of human brain.

Methods. We propose the numerical repetition of electroencephalogram registration (EEG) and construct the special matrix of their (EEG) comparison. For neuroemulator we propose the numerical repetition and choice value of weight of coefficient wi0for any diagnostic parameters xi(like for real EEG).

Conclusions. It is shown that such two procedures (reverberation and chaos) are identical to the heuristic activity of the brain. The brain selects the main xi* from the set of xi variables and at the same time we move from the phase space m to the new phase space with little dimension n (n<<m). The choice of the main xi*is a problem of system synthesis (finding of the order parameters). It is realized at the expense of reverberation and chaos to neural networks. We must mark: the artificial neuron nets emphasize demonstrate such behavior at every time.

Received: 06/22/2018

Accepted: 06/28/2018

Pages: 109-127

DOI: 10.11621/vsp.2018.03.109

Available Online: 09/07/2018

Shaigerova L.A., Shilko R.S., Zinchenko Yu.P., Dolgikh A.G., Vakhantseva O.V. (2018) Cultural determination of mental health and psychological well­-being: methodological issues. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin, 2, 3-23

Relevance.The growth of mental health disorders, psychological problems in modern society among different categories of the population, including representatives of different cultures and faiths and the lack of cultural development of specific approaches to understanding mental health and psychological well-being raise the problem of cultural conditionality of representations of mental health and psychological well-being in a number of important interdisciplinary problems, of high scientific and practical importance in such multinational and multicultural countries as Russia.

Objective.To examine the relationship between cultural context and mental health and psychological well-being.

Methods.Review and analysis of current research in the field of cultural conditioning of various aspects of mental health and psychological well-being.

Conclusions.The analysis of the different approaches to the study of representations of mental health and psychological well-being has allowed to establish that the existing differences in ways of coping with stress, the level of stigma in seeking psychological help have cultural conditioning and do not only depend on socio-economic living conditions, but also on subjective perceptions of these phenomena, as well as ethnic and cultural identity of people in a particular society. The urgency and necessity of development of new and cultural-specific adaptation of existing diagnostic tools for comparative study of ideas about mental health and psychological well-being within one territorially united society, which is characterized by high ethnic and cultural diversity, are shown.

Received: 05/15/2018

Accepted: 05/21/2018

Pages: 3-23

DOI: 10.11621/vsp.2018.02.03

Available Online: 06/20/2018

Zinchenko Yu.P., Filatov M.A., Kolosova A.I., Makeeva S.V. (2017). Comparative stochastic and chaotic analysis of student’s parameters attention bet­ween Surgut and Samara region. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin, 4, 21-33

In this paper was studied the attention properties of students aged 12—17 who are living in different climatic regions: the city of Surgut in the Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous District and in rural areas of the middle Russia (Samara Region). The students of the first group live in the extreme climatic conditions of the North, aggravated by the adverse social and environmental factors of urbanization. The students of the second group live in a climatically and environmentally friendly area, with minimal impact of man-made pollution. The method used to estimate the attention of Bourdon, in the modification proposed by the Soviet psychologist P.A. Rudik. A comparative statistical analysis of the results obtained the attention properties of different groups of students are carried out. The dynamics of changes in the K, E, A indices during the test was estimated, the coefficients for the whole test and for each minute of the experiment were calculated too. Specific features of the development of student’s attention: identified according age, gender differences, differences in the development of indicators of attention of students in two different schools. Significant differences (P<0.001) in the distribution and productivity of attention were revealed, the coefficient of productivity of attention of students in Surgut was 1.15 times lower than that of their peers in the Samara region. According to new theory of chaos-selforganization it was calculated the quasiattractors volume V for three coordinates Zi (coefficient of attention concentration, attention quality, attention production). It was demonstrated the maximum volume V of quasiattractor for 14—15 year old pupils of Surgut. Very small volume V demonstrates pupils of 16—17 year of Samara district. Reducing the size of quasi-tractors demonstrates a decrease in variation range and represents a greater consolidation of the group in terms of studied parameters (large volumes of quasi-tractors in Surgut population can indicate a large variation in parameters of attention and performance).

Received: 11/02/2017

Accepted: 11/16/2017

Pages: 21-33

DOI: 10.11621/vsp.2017.04.21

Available Online: 12/30/2017

Eskov V.M., Zinchenko Yu.P., Filatova O.E., Eskov V.V. (2017). Hypothesis of N.A. Bernstein and the real chaos of homeostatic systems in psy­chology. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin, 3, 22-38

This year marks the 70th anniversary of the publication of the monograph by N.A. Bernshtein "On the construction of movements" and 60 years since the publication of his eighth essay "The urgent problems of the regulation of motor acts". In these works, for the first time, the problem of uncertainty in the organization (and dynamics of behavior) of all systems, which we now designate as homeostatic or systems of the third type, according to W. Weaver's classification, was first raised. This problem was voiced by N.A. Bernstein as the hypothesis of "repetition without repetition", within which it is possible (as suggested by Bernstein) to describe any motor acts. After a detailed study of the various types of motion in biomechanics, we ascertained that modern deterministic-stochastic science has approached its developmental boundary in the study of living systems, since the main thesis about the repeatability and predictability of the state of the biosystem (neuronets of the brain, the human psyche) is violated. We turn to the study of systems that are in a continuous chaotic regime of changes of any parameters xi of such (unstable) systems. The Eskov-Zinchenko effect, which is a quantitative proof of Bernshtein’s hypothesis of "repetition without repetition", is that the successively obtained samples xi (in one, unchanged state) demonstrate a kaleidoscope of statistical distribution functions f(x), i.e. fj(xi)≠fj+1(xi) for two neighboring registered (from one person) registered samples xi (i.e., for the jth and j+1th). This erases the boundaries between arbitrary and involuntary movements from the standpoint of their objective, statistical evaluation. Statistical instability of any received samples of parameters xi, which describe homeostatic systems, requires new concepts and new models - models of homeostasis.

Received: 09/15/2017

Accepted: 09/26/2017

Pages: 22-38

DOI: 10.11621/vsp.2017.03.22

Available Online: 10/30/2017

Eskov V.M., Zinchenko Yu.P., Filatova O.E. (2017). Indications of paradigm and justification of the third paradigm in psychology. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin, 1, 3-17

According to modern concepts, the idea of a paradigm is associated with a certain common approach within the natural sciences in description of a large class of processes, objects, systems. If we’re talking about a global paradigm, this means such (global) paradigm should cover the huge classes of objects in nature and society. Today we highlight three global paradigms throughout modern science, which cover three global clusters of all processes and objects of living nature and inanimate nature. W. Weaver was first who proposed such statements in 1948 in his famous publication “Science and complexity”. However, during nearly 70 years almost no one paid any attention to these statements (though he spoke very simply about the most important things). W. Weaver has divided all objects and systems in nature into three giant clusters: the simplest systems (simplicity), which are described now in the framework of deterministic theories and models, unorganized complexity (stochastic system) and system of third type — organized complexity (organized complexity). Under the system of the third type he understood all living systems, but no special features in their organization has been identified and learned by W. Weaver. It is now clear that he could not do the study within the framework of modern science because this requires a different (third) paradigm and different science.

Received: 03/14/2017

Accepted: 03/28/2017

Pages: 3-17

DOI: 10.11621/vsp.2017.01.03

Available Online: 04/30/2017

Eskov V.M., Zinchenko Yu.P., Eskov V.V., Filatova D.Yu. (2016). Subjective and objective assessment of the degree of muscle tension. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin, 2, 19-35

Limited applicability of stochastics and comparing it with the new methods of multidimensional phase space were showed. Quantitative measures of the parameters are quasi-attractors for evaluation of chaotic dynamics on the example of the little finger abductor muscle. Method of multidimensional phase space carried out the study and modeling of complex biological objects (complexity). The state of the neuromuscular system is studied in two modes: a weak muscle tension and strong, almost the maximum force. Used quasi-attractors volumes of multidimensional phase spaces, which provide the identification of real changes in the parameters of the functional state with weak muscles (F1=5 daN) and strong (F2=10 daN) static stress. Analysis of the timebase signal x1(t) obtained with myograph, and autocorrelation functions A(t) signal showed their unrepeatability. Comparative analysis of the biomechanical system is made on the basis of registration of quasi-attractor’s volume, as well as on the basis of analysis of the Shannon’s entropy E. Volume of quasi-attractor’s movements x1(t) и x2(t)=dx1/dt at low load is slightly less than similar amounts of displacement of vector (х1, х2)Т  under a heavy load of musculus abductor digiti mini. The values ??of the Shannon entropy under a heavy load are statistically unchanged. Values of the Shannon entropy under heavy load, not statistically vary on the advisability of entropy approach in the assessment of muscular efforts and the impossibility of application of the theorem of Glansdorff—Prigogine (thermodynamics of nonequilibrium systems) in psychophysiological research. Overall, restricting the use of methods of stochastics and the possibility of using the method of multidimensional phase spaces, have been demonstrated in the Eskov—Zinchenko effect.

Received: 05/12/2016

Accepted: 06/21/2016

Pages: 19-35

DOI: 10.11621/vsp.2016.02.19

Available Online: 09/20/2016

Zinchenko Yu.P., Eskov V.M., Eskov V.V. (2016) Definition of Glensdorf–Pri­ gogine’s evolution and the problem of homeostatic regulation in psychophysiology. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin, 1, 3-24

The discussion of crucial problems of psychophysiology and natural sciences is presented, in general: are there any recurrences of measured values of psycho­physiological parameters (functions) of a person. It is shown that it is impossible to obtain arbitrarily a repetition of samples for tremor and electromyogram (when trying to maintain static muscular tension), statistical distribution function of samples f(x) is continuously changing. This dynamics is typical for tremor (conditionally involuntary movement) and electromyogram when the higher nervous activity of individual oversees the muscular effort. The involuntary movement (tremor) shows the number of coincidence of electromyogram samples (at unrestricted muscular tension) k, which is similar to such in the matrices of pairwise comparisons of tremor samples. Shannon’s entropy in this case does not change significantly.

Received: 02/15/2016

Pages: 3-24

DOI: 10.11621/vsp.2016.01.03

Available Online: 04/15/2016

Zinchenko Yu. P., Evdokimov V. I., Rybnikov V. Yu.(2014). Аnalysis of Russian and foreign dissertations in the field of medical (clinical) psychology (1990–2011) . The Moscow University Psychology Bulletin, 2, 3-15

The article provides the analysis of 766 dissertations on specialization 19.00.04 “Medical psychology” submitted to dissertational councils in the Russian Federation and 23 807 foreign doctoral theses in the field of clinical psychology presented in ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Database in 1990–2011. Compared to the international flow, the Russian array of theses includes less research (p<0.001) in history and methodology of medical psychology, psychological interventions, psychological aspects of medical treatment, psychological hygiene and prevention, social rehabilitation and improvement of patients’ quality of life and more research (p<0.001) in pathopsychology, neuropsychology, psychosomatics and somatic psychology, psychology of developmental impairments and deviant behavior. Quantitative and dynamic characteristics of dissertation flow on specialization 19.00.04 “Medical psychology” revealed strong links with macroeconomic development, indicator of scientific potential and innovative researchers’ activity in the field of medical (clinical) psychology in Russia.

Received: 02/03/2014

Pages: 3-15

Available Online: 06/30/2014

Zinchenko Yu.P., Pervichko E.I. (2012). Syndrome approach to psychology of corporeity (patients with mitral valve prolapse for example). The Moscow University Psychology Bulletin, 2, 57-67

The paper aims to consider a syndrome-based approach in methodology adopted for psychological phenomena in application to corporeity psychology. We present a study case of 290 patients with mitral valve prolapse. We endeavor constructioning of a psychosomatic syndrome, employing techniques for a qualitative and statistical data analysis of longitudinal clinical-psychological study. We bring evidence that the syndrome is of multi-level character, and that its structure is determined by several factors: a motivational factor (with domination of the infavoidance motive and unsatisfied self-approval need), a factor of emotional regulation disorders, and a psychophysiological factor. We argue that it is feasible to use a psychosomatic syndrome as a key method in approaching not only diagnostic but also prognostic problems both in clinical psychology and in medicine. 

Pages: 57-67

Available Online: 06/30/2012

Zinchenko Yu. (2008) From chief editor. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin, 3, 3

From chief editor

Pages: 3

Available Online: 09/30/2008

Glozman J.M., Zinchenko Yu.P.(2008). 8th International congress of clinical psychologists. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin,3,124-127

8th International congress of clinical psychologists.

Pages: 124-127

Available Online: 09/30/2008

Zinchenko Yu.P.(2008). Oleg K. Tikhomirov — the professor of MSU Department of Psychology. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin,2,4-8

Зинченко Ю.П. Олег Константинович Тихомиров — профессор факультета психологии Московского университета.

Pages: 4-8

Available Online: 06/30/2008

Zinchenko Yu.P., Surnov K.G., Tkhostov A.Sh.(2007).The motivation of a terrorist. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin,2,20-34

Motives of the terrorist activity are revealed through the analysis of psychological mechanisms of realization of basic human needs at the stages of involvement in a terrorist organization and participation in them. Psychological appeal of terrorism in the context of the problem of the influence of modern technology on the dynamics of the boundaries of the norm and pathology is discussed.

Received: 08/02/2007

Pages: 20-33

Zinchenko Yu.P.(2007). Psychological portrait of terrorism: the background of terrorism as a form of social identity. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin,4,3-7

Some key aspects of the terrorism as an object of psychological research are described: 1) ideological principles as an object of political psychology; 2) emotions such as aggression and hatred as an object of development psychology and psychology of personality; 3) terrorists’ organizations as an object of social psychology; 4) psychological motives inciting people to participate in terrorism activity as an object of clinical psychology; 5) usage of global informational space by terrorists as an object of psychology of mass communication. Instead of conclusion all participants of the round table are invited to discuss the following issues: a) terrorism as social-psychological phenomenon; b) psychological essence of the terrorism, psychological features of terrorists; c) motivation of terrorists; d) reduction of inter-ethnical tension as a factor of decreasing of terrorists’ activity; e) psychological mechanisms of mass-media influence on peoples’ behavior in a risk conditions of terrorists attacks; f) mass-media publications as a way to prevent the terrorism; g) psychological mechanisms of involvement into terrorist organizations; h) psychological rehabilitation of people survived different kinds of violence, including terrorist acts; i) psychological accompanying of antiterrorism measures; j) psychological training of specialists in counteraction to terrorism and elimination of consequences of terrorists’ acts.

Pages: 3-7

Zinchenko Yu.P.(2011). Security psychology as social systemic phenomenon. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin, 1, 4-11

Security psychology considers via social systemic search for contiguity and mutual complement of existing advances of psychology and conceptual security understanding. The ability of systemic vision of security and its cognitive and practical character are demonstrated. The possibility to investigate safety psychology as social theoretical construct is suggested. Multi-aspect approach to security is substantiated. Methodological challenges of psychological security are discussed.

Pages: 4-11

Zinchenko Yu.P.(2007). Boris Gerasimovich Ananiev: A message into the future. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin, 4, 8-10

The address is devoted to the following issues: a) congratulation of Faculty of Psychology at Saint-Petersburg State University with the opening Conference timed to 100th year Anniversary of birthday of famous Russian psychologist, one among the founders of the Faculty Boris Gerasimovich Ananiev from Russian Psychological Society and Faculty of Psychology at Lomonosov Moscow State University; b) collaboration of Faculties of Psychology at Lomonosov Moscow State University and Saint-Petersburg State University; c) some basic psychological problems that are general for Moscow’s and Saint-Petersburg’s scientific traditions; d) perspectives of further collaboration.

Pages: 8-10

Zinchenko Yu.P., Stepanova M.A. (2008).Work of dissertation councils at the MSU Department of Psychology. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin,1,13-21

The article presents the analysis of work of dissertation councils at the MSU Department of Psychology. Quantitative indexes of defend thesises in psychology and pedagogic are adduced for 2001–2007 years. It was made an attempt to assume the quality of defended thesises in psychological and pedagogical science, as the priority was set the task to increase heir level, in particular, due to high requirements to publications in scientific edition «Moscow University Bulletin (Vestnik). Seria 14. Psychology».

Pages: 13-21

Zinchenko Yu.P.(2007).Professional psychologies — for the future of Russia. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin,3,7-14

Professional psychologies — for the future of Russia.

Pages: 7-14

Zinchenko Yu.P., Berezanskaya N.B., Volodarskaya I.A., Tikhomandrytskaya O.A., Shmelev A.G. (2011). The experience of introduction of the computer testing technology in the system of the final examinations for students-psychologists. The Moscow University Psychology Bulletin, 2, 135-153

The article describes the results of the several years introduction of computerized testing in the outcome examinations for the final year students of psychological faculty of the Lomonosov Moscow State University. The procedure of testing, the features and the structure of the test item bank, technological and organizational issues are discussed including the procedural rules for students and professors. The main focus of the article is statistical analyses of the obtained correlations between test scores, traditional oral exam scores and academic history scores for all years in the university. As a result of the systematic improvements of test item bank the correlation between test scores and academic history scores increased each year and is equal last year 0.72 (the Pearson’s linear correlation coefficient) and 0.86 (Gulford’s coefficient for extreme groups). At the same time the analogical correlation for oral exams remained at the same level (0.55—0.59 the Pearson’s linear correlation coefficient). 

Pages: 135-153


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