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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Reflections On Human Development And Neuropsychology In The Vygotsky' Works|
|Author:||de Andrade J.D.J.|
|Abstract:||The present text appears as a theoretical essay on the subject of human development as depicted in the work of Lev Vygotsky and approaches the implications of this issue forNeuropsychology as described in the work of Alexander Luria. This work was conducted on the basis of the complete works of Vygotsky in Spanish and the works of Vygotsky and Luriain the Portuguese language. Considerations about the functioning of the human brain, the concept of compensation, the disability studies, and the concept of Complex Functional System were selected as the focus of our research. Although numerous studies and different translations of the work of Vygotsky have a considerable impact and dissemination, especially in the fields of psychology and education, issues concerning neuropsychology have not had equal importance. In this context, this paper seeks to highlight the contributions and the fruitfulness of the work with regard to the originality of the author's ideas about the study of neuropsychology and human development.|
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