Selected publications (2010-2017)

For complete list look at CV Section



Veresov, N.(2012). Resolving Conflicts in Collectives: Formula of Opposition, September Publishing, Moscow.

Veresov, N. (1999).Undiscovered Vygotsky: Etudes on the Pre-History of Cultural-Historical Psychology. Peter Lang

Book Chapters

Fleer, M., Gonzales Rey, F., Veresov, N. (2017). Perezhivanie, emotions and subjectivity; setting the stage. In:  Fleer et al. (eds), Perezhivanie, emotions and subjectivity: advancing Vygotsky legacy (pp 1- 15). New York: Springer.

Fleer, M., Gonzales Rey, F., Veresov, N. (2017). Continuing the Dialogue: Advancing conceptions of emotions, perezhivanie and subjectivity for the study of humandevelopment. In:  Fleer et al. (eds), Perezhivanie, emotions and subjectivity: advancing Vygotsky legacy (pp 247-261). New York: Springer.

 Veresov, N. (2017). The Concept of perezhivanie in cultural-historical theory: content and contexts. In:  Fleer et al. (eds), Perezhivanie, emotions and subjectivity: advancing Vygotsky legacy (pp 47-70). New York: Springer.

Veresov, N. (2014). Emotions, perezhivanie et developpement culturel: le projet inacheve de Lev Vygotski (Human emotions, perezhivanie, and cultural development: the unfinished project of Lev Vygotsky), in Semiotique, Culture et Developpement Psychologique, eds Christiane Moro and Nathalie Muller Mirza, Presses Universitaires du Septentrion, France, pp. 209-235.(In French)

Veresov, N. (2014).Method, methodology and methodological thinking. In M. Fleer & A. Ridgway (Eds.). Visual Methodologies and Digital Tools for Researching with Young Children. Springer, pp. 215-228

Veresov, N. (2014). Refocusing the Lens on Development: Towards Genetic Research Methodology. In M. Fleer & A. Ridgway (Eds.). Visual Methodologies and Digital Tools for Researching with Young Children. Springer, pp. 129-149

Veresov, N., (2010). Forgotten methodology: Vygotsky's case, in Methodological thinking in psychology: 60 years gone astray?, eds Aaro Toomela and Jaan Valsiner, IAP, United States, pp. 267-295

Veresov, N., 2010, Theoretical importance of motor skills studies: Three reflections in one mirror, in Connecting Paradigms of Motor Behaviour to Sport and Physical Education, eds Kaivo Thomson & Anthony Watt, TLU Press, Estonia, pp. 80-99.

Journal Articles

Fleer, M., Veresov, N., Walker, S. (2017). Re-conceptualizing executive functions as social activity in children's playworlds. Learning, culture and social interaction,

Veresov, N. (2017). ZBR and ZPD: is there a difference? Cultural-historical psychology, 13 (1) 23-36. doi: 10.17759/chp.2017130102

Veresov, N. & Fleer, M. (2016). Perezhivanie as a theoretical concept for researching young children’s development. Mind, Culture and Activity, 23, (4), 325-335 DOI: 10.1080/10749039.2016.1186198

Veresov, N., Fleer, M. (2016). The Journey Forward. Mind, Culture, and Activity, 23 (4), 350-352

Veresov, N. (2016). Perezhivanie as a phenomenon and a concept: questions on clarification and methodological meditations. Cultural-Historical Psychology, 12 (3), 129-148. doi: 10.17759/chp.2016120308

Minson, V., Hammer, M., Veresov, N. (2016). Rethinking assessments: creating a new tool using the zone of proximal development within a cultural-historical framework. Cultural-Historical Psychology, 12 (3), 331-345 doi: 10.17759/chp.2016120320

Veresov, N., Barrs, M. (2016). The history of the reception of Vygotsky’s paper on play in Russia and the West. International Research in Early Childhood Education,  7 (2), 26-37

Barbosa Nasciutti, F., Veresov, N., Falcao de Aragao, A. M. (2016).  The group as a source of development: rethinking professional development in a collaborative perspective. Outlines - critical practice studies, 17 (1), 86-108

Veresov, N. (2016). Duality of Categories or Dialectical Concepts. Integrative Psychological and Behavioral Science, 50 (2), 244-256

Goff, W., Veresov, N. (2015). Examining teacher-researcher collaboration through the cultural interface. Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2 (10). DOI 10.1007/s11422-015-9665-9

Veresov, N., Kulikovskaya, I. (2015). Human world-outlook evolution: from L. S. Vygotsky to modern times.  Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, 6 (3), 570-574.Doi:10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n3s1p570

Veresov, N. (2015). Experimental-genetic method and the psychology of consciousness: in search of the lost (article 2).Cultural-historical psychology, 11 (1), 117-126, (In Russian). ISSN: 2224-8935

Irvine, S., Davidson, C., Veresov, N.,  Adams,  M., Devi, A. (2015). Lenses and Lessons: Using three different research perspectives in early childhood education research. Cultural-historical psychology, 11 (3), 75-85.

Veresov, N., 2014, Experimental-genetic method and psychology of consciousness: in search of the lost (Part One), Cultural-Historical Psychology [P], vol 10, issue 4, Moscow State University of Psychology and Education, Russia, pp. 121-130.(In Russian)

Veresov, N., Bustamante Smolka, A.L., Paradise, R., (2013). Expanding the cultural-historical theory: fourth generation is coming? Cultural-Historical Psychology, 3, pp. 51-54 (Russian and English versions)

Mackenzie, N., Veresov, N., (2013). How drawing can support writing acquisition: text construction in early writing from a Vygotskian perspective. Australasian Journal of Early Childhood, 38, 4, pp. 22-29

Veresov, N., 2012, The importance of cultural-historical theory of education: reflections on learning, development, business and creativity, Forum Oswiatowe [P], vol 1, issue 46, University of Lower Silesia, Poland, pp. 141-156.

Veresov, N. (2010). Introducing cultural-historical theory: main concepts and principles of genetic research methodology. Cultural-historical psychology, 4, pp.83-90