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Year of birth
Academic degree
Doctor of Psychological Sciences, PhD
Field of studies

Principal Investigator of the Saint Petersburg State University (Russia)

General information

Leading scientist's research interests: Study of biological and social mechanisms of human development during childhood and adolescence, cognitive development of children, including development of language and speech, diagnostics, etiology and therapy of autism, various specific learning disabilities, disruptions of development of language and speech and delinquency.

Quote by the head of the laboratory: "We should turn into a society where the main asset is human. Human is the main resource. But we do not research this resource in Russia there is quite a few things we know about its formation, that is, about childhood of Russians".

Scientific recognition

Awards and achievements:

2021 - Excellence in Research, Scholarship and Creative Activity (University of Houston, USA).

2021 - Arnheim Award for Outstanding Lifetime Achievement (American Psychological Association, Division 10, USA).

2021 - Distinguished Contribution to Assessment Psychology (American Psychological Association, Division 12, Section IX,USA).

2020 - Translation Award (International Mind, Brain and Education Society (IMBES), USA).

2020 - Mary Ainsworth Award for Excellence in Developmental Science, (American Psychological Association, Division 7, USA).

2019 - Distinguished Faculty Award, College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences (University of Houston, USA).

2019 - Outstanding International Psychologist Award, Psychologist in the United States (American Psychological Association, Division 52, USA).

2019 - American Psychological Association Mid-Career Award for Outstanding Contributions to Benefit Children, Youth, and Families (USA).

2014 - Sylvia Scribner Award (American Educational Research Association, Division C, USA).

2004 - The American Psychological Association Distinguished Scientific Award for Early Career Contribution to Psychology in the area of Developmental Psychology (USA).

2003 - Richard E. Snow Early Career Award (American Psychological Association, Division 15, USA).

2003 - Boyd McCandless Early Career Award (American Psychological Association, Division 7, USA).

2002 - Berlyne Early Career Award for Creative Achievement (American Psychological Association, Division 10, USA).

2001 - Sigmund Koch Early Career Award (American Psychological Association, Division 24, USA).

1996 - Gardner Lindzey Dissertation Award (American Psychological Association, Division 1, USA).

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