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Tatiana Vasilyevna Akhutina, D.Sc.

Psychology University of Moscow, Moskva, Moscow, Russia 
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Panikratova YR, Vlasova RM, Akhutina TV, et al. (2020) Functional connectivity of the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex contributes to different components of executive functions. International Journal of Psychophysiology : Official Journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology. 151: 70-79
Kuzeva OA, Romanova AA, Korneev AA, et al. (2015) The Dynamics of Programming, Control and the Movement Sequential Organization Skills as the Basic Components of Writing: (Based on Data from Graphomotor Tests) Russian Education and Society. 57: 757-782
Akhutina T. (2015) Luria’s classification of aphasias and its theoretical basis Aphasiology
Akhutina T, Shereshevsky G. (2014) Cultural-historical neuropsychological perspective on learning disability The Cambridge Handbook of Cultural-Historical Psychology. 350-377
Akhutina TV, Pylaeva NM. (2012) Overcoming learning disabilities: A vygotskian-lurian neuropsychological approach Overcoming Learning Disabilities: a Vygotskian-Lurian Neuropsychological Approach. 1-305
Bodrova E, Leong DJ, Akhutina TV. (2011) When everything new is well-forgotten old: Vygotsky/Luria insights in the development of executive functions. New Directions For Child and Adolescent Development. 2011: 11-28
Akhutina TV. (2004) Cultural-historical and natural-scientific foundation of neuropsychology Psikhologicheskii Zhurnal. 25: 20-27
Akhutina T, Foreman N, Krichevets A, et al. (2003) Improving spatial functioning in children with cerebral palsy using computerized and traditional game tasks Disability and Rehabilitation. 25: 1361-1371
Kremin H, Akhutina T, Basso A, et al. (2003) A cross-linguistic data bank for oral picture naming in Dutch, English, German, French, Italian, Russian, Spanish, and Swedish (PEDOI). Brain and Cognition. 53: 243-6
Akhutina T, Kurgansk A, Kurganskaya M, et al. (2001) Processing of grammatical gender in normal and aphasic speakers of Russian. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior. 37: 295-326
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