RE: Collected volumes of LSV

From: del Valle, Rodrigo Tomas (
Date: Thu Feb 10 2005 - 15:36:36 PST

The Internet always amazes me :-)


        From: Andy Blunden []
        Sent: Thursday, February 10, 2005 6:26 PM
        Subject: RE: Collected volumes of LSV
        I copied the Table of Contents from Mike's email and posted it there, on the principle if one person needs it, then others will as well. So, thanks to Mike for that. I have the LSVCW in my Uni library, but Mike got to it much faster than I was going to be able to.
        At 11:18 AM 10/02/2005 -0500, you wrote:

                Here you can also find a detailed table of contents (no page numbers...)
                -----Original Message-----
                From: Phil Chappell []
                Sent: Wednesday, February 09, 2005 7:15 PM
                Subject: Re: Collected volumes of LSV
                On Thursday, February 10, 2005, at 06:10AM, Mike Cole <> wrote:
                Peter Moxay kindly provided the following. I hope this gets to you before you haul all the volumes in.
                Thanks a million anyway,
                Here's my quick transcription. Is this what you need?
                If anyone' interested, we can put in the page numbers sometime and post it as a web page somewhere.
                Peter Moxhay
                Portland Public Schools
                Portland, Maine
                The Collected Works of L. S. Vygotsky
                Volume 1
                Problems of General Psychology
                Including the Volume Thinking and Speech
                Prologue to the English Edition
                Jerome Bruner
                The Development of Vygotsky's Though: An Introduction Norris Minick
                THINKING AND SPEECH
                Chapter 1. The Problem and the Method of Investigation
                Chapter 2. The Problem of Speech and Thinking in Piaget's Theory
                Chapter 3. Stern's Thery of Speech Development
                Chapter 4. The Genetic Roots of Thinking and Speech
                Chapter 5. An experimental Study of Concept Development
                Chapter 6. The Develpoment of Scientific Concepts in Childhood
                Chapter 7. Thought and Word
                Lecture 1. Peception and Its Development in Childhood
                Lecture 2. Memory and Its Development in Childhood
                Lecture 3. Thinking and Its Development in Childhood
                Lecture 4. Emotions and Theoir Development in Childhood
                Lecture 5. Imagination and Its Development in Childhood
                Lecture 6. The Problem of Will and Its Development in Childhood
                Afterword to the Russian Edition
                A. R. Luria
                Volume 2
                The Fundamentals of Defectology
                (Abnormal Psychology and Learnign Disabilities)
                Vygotsky and Soviet Russian Defectology: An Introduction Jane Knox and Carol B. Stevens
                Part I: General Problems of Defectology
                Introduction: Fundamental Problems of Defectology
                Chapter 1: Defect and Compensation
                Chapter 2: Principles of Education for Physically Handicapped Children
                Chapter 3: The Psychology and Pedagogy of Children's Handicaps
                Part II: Special Problems of Defectology
                The Blind Child
                Principles of Social Education for the Deaf-Mute Child
                Compensatory Processes in the Development of the Retarded Child
                The Difficult Child
                Moral Insanity
                The Dynamic of Child Character
                Defectology and the Study of the Development and Education of Abnormal Children
                Part III: Questions at the Forefront of Defectology
                The Study of the Development of the Difficult Child
                Bases for Working with Mentally Retarded and Physically Handicapped Children
                Fundamental Principles in a Plan of Pedological Research in the Field of "Difficult Children"
                The Collective as a Factor in the Development of the Abnormal Child
                Intorduction to Ia. K. Tsveifel's book, Essay on the Behavioral Characteristics and Education of the Deaf-Mute
                Introduction to E. K. Gracheva's book, The Education and Instruction of Severely Retarded Children
                The Problem of Mental Retardation
                The Diagnostics of Development and the Pedological Clinic for Difficult Children
                From Addresses, Reports, etc.
                Volume 3
                Problems of the Theory and History of Psychology
                Some Major Themes in Vygotsky's Theoretical Work. An Introduction René van der Veer
                On Vygotsky's Creative Development
                A. N. Leont'ev
                Part 1: Problems of the Theory and Methods of Psychology
                Chapter 1: The Methods of Reflexological and Psychological Investigation Chapter 2: Preface to Lazursky
                Chapter 3: Consciousness as a Problem for the Psychology of Behavior
                Chapter 4: Apropos Koffka's Article on Self-Observation (Instead of a Preface)
                Chapter 5: The Instrumental Method in Psychology
                Chapter 6: On Psychological Systems
                Chapter 7: Mind, Conscousness, the Unconscious
                Chapter 8: Preface to Leont'ev
                Chapter 9: The Problem of Consciousness
                Chapter 10: Psychology and the Thery of Loclaization of Mental Functions
                Part 2: Developmental Paths of Psychological Knowledge
                Chapter 11: Preface to Thorndike
                Chapter 12: Preface to Bühler
                Chapter 13: Preface to Köhler
                Chapter 14: Preface to Koffka
                Chapter 15: The Historical Meaning of the Crisis in Psychology: A Methodological Investigation
                M. G. Yaroshevsky and G. S. Gurgenidze
                Volume 4
                The History of the Development of the Higher Mental Functions
                Chapter 1: The problem of the Development of Higher Mental Functions
                Chapter 2: Research Method
                Chapter 3: Analysis of Higher Mental Functions
                Chapter 4: The Structure of Higher Mental Functions
                Chapter 5: Genesis of Higher Mental Functions
                Chapter 6: The Development of Speech
                Chapter 7: Prehistory of the Development of Written Language
                Chapter 8: Development of Arithmetic Operations
                Chapter 9: Mastering Attention
                Chapter 10: The Development of Mnemonic and Mnemotechnical Functions
                Chapter 11: Development of Speech and Thinking
                Chapter 12: Self-Control
                Chapter 13: Cultivation of Higher Forms of Behavior
                Chapter 14: The problem of Cultural Age
                Chapter 15: Conclusion; Further Research; Development of Personality and World View in the Child
                The Question of Multilingual Children
                Volume 5
                Child Psychology
                Part 1: Pedology of the Adolescent
                Chapter 1: Development of Interests at the Transitional Age
                Chapter 2: Development of Thinking and Formation of Concepts in the Adolescent
                Chapter 3: Development of Higher Mental Functions during the Transitional Age
                Chapter 4: Imagination and Creativity in the Adolescent
                Chapter 5: Dynamics and Structure of teh Adolescent's Personality
                Part 2: Problems of Child (Developmental) Psychology
                Chapter 6: The Problem of Age
                Chapter 7: Infancy
                Chapter 8:The Crisis of the First Year
                Chapter 9: Early Childhood
                Chapter 10: The Crisis at Age Three
                Chapter 11: The Crisis at Age Seven
                Volume 6
                Scientific Legacy
                Tool and Sign in the Development of the Child
                Chapter 1: The Problem of Practical Intelelct in the Psychology of Animals and the Psychology of the Child
                Chapter 2: The Function of Signs in the Development of Higher Mental Processes
                Chapter 3: Sign Operations and Organization of Mental Processes
                Chapter 4: Analysis of Sign Operations of the Child
                Chapter 5: Methods of studying Higher Mental Functions
                The Teaching about Emotions. Historical-Psychological Studies Sections 1-20
                On the Problem of the Psychology of th Actor's Creative Work Epilogue

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