|Statement||Raymond A.Bauer. Vol.7.|
|Series||Russian Research Center Studies|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||229|
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NOTES was published in The New Man in Soviet Psychology on page The New Man in Soviet Psychology (Russian Research Center Studies, No. 7) By Raymond A. Bauer Alex Kozulin cites this book a couple of times in his own writings on psychology in the Soviet Union. It was published in and is no longer in print, but fortunately Amazon had a used copy at a very reasonable price. The New Soviet man or New Soviet person (Russian: новый советский человек novy sovetsky chelovek), as postulated by the ideologists of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, was an archetype of a person with specific qualities that were said to be emerging as dominant among all citizens of the Soviet Union, irrespective of the country's cultural, ethnic, and linguistic. The term “Soviet psychology” refers to a wide range of diverse approaches and trends in the field of psychology which despite significant differences between them have some broad common theoretical and methodological orientations, situated within a specific sociocultural-historical context – in different periods in the USSR’s history.
the relationship of psychology to society two kinds of marxism the pattern of social change the behavioral psychologies of the twenties the mechanistic model of personality consciousness comes to man the turning point in applied psychology the decree against pedology the "new man" in soviet psychology Soviet Psychology is unique in presenting Soviet psychology from an ‘inside’ point of view, and in making us appreciate the strongly theoretical stance of Soviet psychology which Professor McLeish claims is unlikely to be much influenced by the new atmosphere of détente. For a long period of time, the concept of activity has remained a local affair of Soviet psychology. In his classical book The New Man in Soviet Psychology, Raymond Bauer () neglected entirely the concept of activity. More recent studies, such as those of Ted Payne (), Levy Rahmani (), and Luciano Mecacci (), mentioned this problem but hardly made it a center of their work. Book. The New Man in Soviet Psychology Details Author(s): Raymond Augustine Bauer Edition: Originally published Publisher: Harvard University Press.