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Vygotsky’s Non-Classical Psychology of Language within the Metatheories of Holographic Movement and Synpatogenesis: Playing with a New Reality (ISCAR paper, 2005)
Argument for Retaining "Word Meaning" as a Unit of Analysis (unpublished)
Generalized Holographic Visions of Language in Vygotsky, Luria, Pribram, Eisenstein, and Volosinov
Unity of Vygotsky-Leontiev-Luria within Diversity: Understanding the Past to Shape the Future of Russian Activity Theory and Cultural-Historical Theory
Understanding Vygotsky's Non-Classical Metapsychology