Name

Associate Professor Nikolai Veresov      

 

Personal Details

Faculty of Education                                   
Monash University
Peninsula Campus
FRANKSTON VIC 3199

Nikolai.veresov@monash.edu

 

Professional Qualifications

1998

Ph.D. (Psychology), University of Oulu, Finland

1991

1982

Ph.D. (Developmental Psychology), Moscow Pedagogical University, Russia

Master of Education, Murmansk Pedagogical Institute, Russia

 

 

 

Countries Worked

Russia, Finland

 


Employment History

 

2107 - current

 

2014 – current             

 

 2011-current

 

 

2007 – 2011

 

Head of Early Years Academic Community, Faculty of Education, Monash University

Deputy Head of Early Years Academic Community, Faculty of Education, Monash University

 

 Associate Professor, Faculty of Education, Monash University

 

 

Senior Researcher, Kajaani University Consortium, Finland

Senior Researcher, Centre for Developmental Learning and Teaching, Kajaani Unit, University of Oulu, Finland

Invited Professor, Moscow City Institute of psychology and Education

Associate Professor, Faculty of Education, University of Oulu, Finland

 

2002-2006

Director of Research, Kajaani Department of Teacher Education, University of Oulu, Finland

 

1998 - 2002

Researcher, Kajaani Department of Teacher Education, University of Oulu, Finland

 

1997-1998

Invited Researcher, Faculty of Education, University of Oulu, Finland

 

1995 – 1996

Head of Department of Psychology of Management, Murmansk Technical University, Russia

 

 

 

 


Teaching experience

 

Undergraduate:

 

 

 

Graduate:

 

EDF2302 Re-imagining children’s learning

EDF2030 Contemporary child development theories and practices

3039 Leadership and management in educational contexts

 

EDF4327 Practice informing research

EDF4325 The early childhood curriculum

EDF4323 Leadership and management in early childhood education

EDF5913 Educational and administrative leadership

EDF4039 Professional identity, leadership and engagement

 

 


Leadership in teaching/course management

 

Chief Examiner:

 

 

 

 

Unit coordinator:

 

EDF2302 Re-imagining children’s learning

EDF2030 Contemporary child development theories and practices

EDF3039 Leadership and management in educational contexts

EDF4323 Leadership and management in early childhood education

EDF5913 Educational and administrative leadership

 

EDF4039 Professional identity, leadership and engagement

EDF2302 Re-imagining children’s learning

EDF2030 Contemporary child development theories and practices

EDF3039 Leadership and management in educational contexts

EDF4323 Leadership and management in early childhood education

EDF5913 Educational and administrative leadership

 

 

 

PhD/HDR supervision:

 

1

eLearning in context: teaching practices and conceptions mediated by eLearning within the sociocultural context of a Saudi Arabian university

2011-2013 (complete)

PhD

2

Children in the Transition Period from Pre-school to Primary School

2014-2015 (complete)

Master by research

3

Supporting Socially Contextual Problem Solving within the Preschool Setting

 

2016 (complete)

Master by research

4

Rethinking assessments: creating a new tool using the Zone of Proximal development within a cultural-historical framework

2015-2017

PhD

5

English as a second language in Saudi Arabia schools: teaching strategies and developmental conditions

2015-2017

PhD

6

A cultural-historical study of children’s role adjustment during transition to school within a bi-cultural context

 

2014-2017

PhD

7

Influencing on parenting style on problem solving and decision making in young children

2016-2017

Master by research

8

Inclusive Education: Participation of Children with Disabilities in Australian Mainstream Preschools

2016-2017

PhD

9                        

The activity of language learning; an autoethnographic case study on mediation in learning Mandarin

2015-2017

PhD

 

 

 

 

Research Interests

Early childhood development

Cultural-historical theory and research methodology

Play, learning, and development

Executive functions in early years

 

 

 


Research projects/grants

 

Year

Research project

Funded ($)

Role

since 2015

ARC grant LP150100279 : Building executive function in imaginary play

 

214.800

Chief investigators:

Prof. Marilyn Fleer (PSI),

Prof. Sue Walker,

Ass.Prof. Nikolai Veresov

Dr. Iris Duhn

 

2013-2014

Review and Evaluation of the Inquiry into Implementation Project

144,685

Chief investigators:

Dr. Iris Duhn

Dr. Joseph Agbenyega

Dr. Jane Bone

Dr. Denise Chapman

Dr. Gloria Quinones

Dr. Nikolai Veresov

2011-2014

“Excellence in Research in Early Years Education Collaborative Research Network” (EREYE CRN) funded by the Department of Industry, Innovation, Climate  Change, Science, Research and Tertiary  Education

3.144,500

Co-leader of Program 2 “Early years curriculum, pedagogy and professional practice”

2009-2011

Megagrant YTsst20983/12: Development of professional consciousness of teachers in multicultural contexts" Federal Program granted by Ministry of Education and Science of Russian Federation

125.000

Program Scientific Director, Chief investigator

2008-2009

Grant SSE0812: Safe school: teachers, children and parents cooperation and relationships. Funded by Finnish national board of Education and Ministry of Education, Republic Karelia, Russian Federation

150. 000 Euro

Leader of Finnish experts team, Head of international investigators team

2004-2006

 

Research grant SSE314: Improvement of co-operation between parents, schools and local education administrations in the republic of Karelia

220.000 Euro

Chief investigators:

Ass. Prof. Nikolai Veresov (Finland), Prof. Pentti Hakkarainen (Finland) Prof. Alexander Mikailov (Russia)

 

 

 


Managerial and administrative responsibilities

  • Deputy Head of Early Years Academic community, Faculty of Education, Monash University
  • Child and Community Development Faculty research group (FRG) co-leader
  • Faculty of education Research Committee member
  • Course advisory Committee (Bachelor of Yearly Years), Faculty of Education
  • Course advisory Committee (Master of Education Early Years/Primary), Faculty of education
  • International society of cultural-historical activity research (ISCAR) Executive Committee member and Australasian regional coordinator
  • Australian Research Council (ARC) grant proposals  evaluator

 

 

 


Publications

Books

Veresov, N. (2012). Resolving conflicts in collectives: formula of opposition. September Publishers. Moscow

Veresov, N. N. (2006). Psihologia upravlenia. Second (revised) edition. Moscow (in Russian).

Veresov, N. (2003). The Formula of Opposition. SPU; Second Edition, Moscow (in Russian),

Veresov N. N. (2001). Psychology of management and administration. Moscow (in Russian),

Veresov, N. (1999). Undiscovered Vygotsky. Etudes on the pre-history of cultural- historical psychology. Frankfurt am Main; Peter Lang Publishers

Veresov, N. (1998). The Formula of Opposition. SPU; Moscow (in Russian).

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 human development. 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). Method, Methodology and Methodological Thinking. In Fleer, Marilyn, Ridgway, Avis (Eds.). Visual Methodologies and Digital Tools for Researching with Young Children; transforming visuality. Springer, pp. 215-228

Veresov, N. (2014).Refocusing lens on development: towards genetic research methodology. In Fleer, Marilyn, Ridgway, Avis (Eds.). Visual Methodologies and Digital Tools for Researching with Young Children; transforming visuality. Springer, pp. 129-149

Veresov, N. (2010). Forgotten methodology: Vygotsky's case. In J. Valsiner & A. Toomela (Eds.).Methodological Thinking in Psychology: 60 Years Gone Astray? IAP Publishers, p. 267- 295

Veresov, N. (2010). Theoretical importance of motor skills studies: three reflections in one mirror. In K.Thompson & A. Watt (Eds.).Connecting Paradigms of Motor Behaviour to Sport and Physical Education. Tallinn. TLU Publishers, p.80-100.

Veresov, N (2009). Developing world - “developing school - “developing child: possible response on challenges to educational institutions. In M. Elhammoumi (Ed.). Psychology in Arabic world: challenges and responses, p. 48 -58(in English and Arabic).

Veresov, N (2007). Psychology of consciousness in Russia and the West: possible cross-points. In Akopov (Ed.) Psychology of consciousness: state of affairs and the perspectives. Samara (in Russian) 

Veresov, N. (2006). Motor skills, live movements and the possibilities of fundamental psychology: towards non -linear dimensional model of development. In Thomson Kaivo, Liukkonen Jarmo & Jaakkola Timo (Eds.). Promotion of motor skills in sports and physical education, p. 19-27

Veresov, N (2005). Kulttuurin ymmartamisen mahdollisuuksista ja keinoista: loogis-filosofinen nakukulma. S. Verigin & N. Veresov (Eds.). Kieli-historia-kulttuuri. Yazyk-Istoria-Kultura. Oulun Yliopisto,  p. 8-22 (In Russian with Finnish abstract).

Helenius, A & Veresov, N (2005). Inclusion by means of early intervention. Society, Interaction, Education. Proceedings of the international conference. Rezekne, 2005, p. 37-43

Veresov, N & Melnikov, A (2005). Obrazovanie I kultura: nerealnie tseli I realnie tsennosty. Rumiantsev O (Ed.) V perspective kulturologii. Moscow, p. 163 -195

Veresov, N. (2004). Zone of proximal development (ZPD): the hidden dimension? Anna- Lena Ostern & Ria Heil?-Ylikallio (Eds.). Language as culture – tensions in time and space. Vasa, ABO Akademi, Vol. 1, p. 13-30.

Hakkarainen, P., Veresov, N. (2001). Narrative learning; developmental perspective. In: V. Kudriavtsev (Ed.). Developing developmental education. Moscow. Gnom, 121-138.

Veresov, N. (2000). Vygotsky, Ilyenkov and Mamardashvili - Towards a monistic theory of mind (methodological notes). In V. Oittinen (Ed.) Evald Ilyenkov’s Philosophy Revisited. Kikimora Publishers, p. 131-145

Veresov, N. (2000). Learning and development: Piagetian and Vygotskian perspectives. In: Julkunen, K. & Haapala, A. (Eds.) Learning and Instruction in Multiple Context and Settings, 7-17. 

Veresov, N. (1997). Mahdollisus luoda systeemiseen lahestymistapaan perustuvaa ei-klassista psykologiaa . In: Helenius, A & Razinov, P. (Eds.) Lapsi kielta oppimassa. Learning the language. University of Oulu. Publications of the Department of Teacher Education Kajaani, p. 70-84 (in Finnish)

Veresov, N. N. (1990). Education as a way of individual's development: Hegel's conception. In F. Mihailov (Ed.). Kultura, obrazovaniye i razvitie individa. [Culture, education and individual's development]. Moscow; IFAN Press, p. 81-94 (In Russian). 

Articles

Fleer, M., Veresov, N., Walker, S. (2017). Re-conceptualizing executive functions as social activity in children's playworlds. Learning, culture and social interaction, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.lcsi.2017.04.003

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

Veresov, N. (2016). Duality of categories or dialectical concepts? Integrative Psychological and Behavioral Science 50 (2), 244-256.

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/s11422-015-96

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: 2224-893

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, (10)4, 121-130.(In Russian)

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), 22-29.

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

Veresov, N. (2012). The importance of cultural-historical theory of education: Reflections on learning, development, business and creativity. Forum Oswiatowe, 1, 46, University of Lower Silesia, Poland, p 141-156.

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

Veresov, N. (2010). Marxist and non-Marxist aspects of the cultural-historical psychology of L.S. Vygotsky. Russian psychology rewiev,1,p.18-28

Veresov, N. (2009). Rozwoj kulturowy rozumiany w kategoriach dramatu. Brakuj ce ogniwo czy ukryte przesanie L. S. Wygotskiego? [Development in terms of drama. Vygotsky’s view]. Terazniejszosc- Czlowiek-Edukacja, 1,45, p.47-55 (in Polish).

Veresov, N. (2009). Conflict in organization: resolution strategies. Social psychologist, 1, p. 11 -22 (in Russian)

Veresov, N (2009). Developing world - "developing school - "developing child: possible response on challenges to educational institutions. In M. Elhammoumi (Ed.). Psychology in Arabic world: challenges and responses, p. 48 -58 (in English and Arabic).

Veresov, N (2008). Kehityksen dimensioanaalinen maili. In Aili Helenius & Riitta Korhonen (Eds.) Pedagogiikan palikat. WSOY, p. 25-32 (in Finnish).

Veresov, N (2008). Some brief results. In Ponnikas, Mustonen, Korhonen, Aldea-Partanen, Veresov (Eds.) Maahanmuuttaj at osana kainuulaista - Ulkomaalaisvaeston tyoelamavalmiudet ja koulutustarpeet. Kainuun maakunta - kuntayhtyma (in Finnish).

Veresov, N & Suortti, J. (2008). Generation "AS IF": some considerations from the point of view of cultural-historical psychology. Bulletin of Academy of Pedagogical and Social Sciences, 7, p.341- 350 (in Russian).

Veresov, N. (2007). The Vygotsky's Institute of psychology. Guest Editor Introduction of the special issue of Journal of Russian and East European psychology, 44, 6, 2006, p. 3 -6

Veresov, N (2007). Leading activity in developmental psychology. Journal of Russian and East European psychology. 44, 5, 2006, p. 7-26

Veresov, N (2007). Suomi country - open society? Bulletin of the Academy of Social and Pedagogical sciences, 1, p. 54-70 (in Russian)

Veresov, N (2006). Nikolai Bernshtein: the psychology of activeness and the psychology of action. Journal of Russian and East-European psychology. Vol. 44, 2, 3

Veresov, N. (2005). Marxist and non-Marxist aspects of the cultural-historical psychology of L. S. Vygotsky. Outlines. Critical Social studies. 7, 1, 31-50

Veresov, N. (2005). Leading activity in developmental psychology: the concept and the principle. Cultural- historical psychology. Bulletin, 2, 20-22

Veresov, N. & Melnikov, A. (2004). Education and culture: unreal purposes and real values. Izvetia Akademii Pedagogicheskih I sotsialnih nauk,(Newsletter of Academy of social and pedagogical sciences),  8 , p. 11-30 (in Russian).

Veresov, N., Akhutina, T (2003). In lieu of an introduction. An interview with Tatiana V. Akhutina. Journal of Russian and East-European psychology. Psychology of speech and neuropsychology, Vol. 41, 3-4. pp. 3-13

Veresov, N. (2003). Editor’s introduction. Journal of Russian and East-European psychology. Development, creativity, personality, culture. Vol. 41, 6, pp.3-7

Veresov, N. (2002). The Earth is our Home. Creative Education Journal, 10, 16-22 (in Serbian). 

Veresov, N. (2002). The program of ecological education for pre-schoolers. Creative Education Journal, 10, 23-32 (in Serbian)

Veresov, N. (2002). Editor’s introduction. Journal of Russian and East-European psychology. Special issue in memory of A.V.Brushlinskii, Vol. 40, 2, pp. 3-6 

Veresov, N. and Zinchenko, V. (2002). Editors introduction. Journal of Russian and East- European psychology. A.V. Zaporozhets and the psychology of voluntary action. Vol.40, 3, pp 3-13

Veresov, N. Hakkarainen (2001). Prerequisites of collective activity emergence in elder pre- schoolers. Voprosy psihologii [Problems of psychology], 1, 27-46 (in Russian).

Veresov, N., Hakkarainen, P. (2001). Psychology at the limit, or The limits of psychology. Journal of Russian and East European Psychology, 39, 1, 3-5

Veresov, N. (2001). Developmental psychology and the act of development (Guest Editor’s introduction). Journal of Russian and East European Psychology, 39,4, 3-8

Veresov, N. Hakkarainen (2000). On psychological pre-conditions for the collective activity in play and learning. International Association for the Developmental Education Bulletin, 8, 32-45

Veresov, N. (2000). Vygotsky - Ilyenkov - Mamardashvili. Searching for monistic way in psychology.  Voprosy filosofii [Problems of Philosophy], 12, 48 - 64 (in Russian).

Veresov, N., Hakkarainen, P. (1999). D.B. El’konin and the evolution of developmental   psychology. Journal of Russian and East European psychology, 6, 3-10

Hakkarainen, P., Veresov, N. (1998). Leikki, mielekkyys ja lapsen kehitys[ Play, meaning and child development]. Kasvatus. The Finnish Journal of Education, 5, p. 452 - 462 (in Finnish) 

Veresov, N. N. (1997). Ecos: the Home without walls. Introduction to theoretical basics of the "We are earthlings" curriculum. In: Rasanen, R. & Sunnari, V. (Eds.). Challenges for growth within boundaries. Oulun Yliopiston kasvatustieteiden tiedekunnan tutkimuksia, 98, p. 139-153 

Veresov, (1995). The "We are earthlings" curriculum for ecological education of young children (second article). Doshkolnoye vospitaniye [Preschool education] Journal. 1, p.19-25 (In Russian). 

Veresov, N. N. (1995) The day as a year. Doshkolnoye vospitaniye [Preschool education] Journal. 3, p. 22-40 (In Russian).

Veresov, N. N. (1994). The "We are earthlings" curriculum for ecological  education of young children (first article). Doshkolnoye vospitaniye [Preschool education] Journal.12, p. 23-33 (In Russian).

Veresov, N. N. (1993). "We are earthlings" - children say. Econord. International Journal for Northern Europe. 6, p. 69-80. (In Russian, English, and Norwegian).

Veresov, N. N. (1993). Origins of humanitarian approach to ecological education of young children. Doshkolnoye vospitaniye [Preschool education] Journal. 7, p.39-43 (In Russian).

Veresov, N. N. (1991). Culture and creativity as psychological ideas.   Voprosy psikhologii [Problems in psychology], 1-2, 124-129 (In Russian)

Veresov, N. N. (1990). Scientifical metaphors and puzzling questions.     Voprosy filosofii. [Problems in philosophy], 11, p. 169-171

Veresov, N. N. (1987) Learning history and formation of historical concepts. Voprosy psikhologii [Problems in psychology], 6, p. 86-97 (In Russian). 

 

 


Editing experience (journals)

 

 

  • Journal of Russian and East European psychology (Editorial Board)
  • International journal of cultural-historical psychology (Editorial Board)
  • Journal of developmental learning (Editorial Board)
  • Outlines. Journal of social critical practice (Editorial Board)
  • Journal of integrated social sciences (Editorial Board)
  • Creative education (Editorial Board)

Editing experience (book series)

 

 

  • Springer book series “Perspectives in cultural-historical research” Co-editor
  • Springer book series “Cultural psychology of education” -  Editorial board

 


Edited books/journals special issues

 

  • Fleer, M., Gonsales-Rey, F. & Veresov, N. (Eds.) (2017). Perezhivanie, emotions, subjectivity: advancing Vygotsky’s legacy. Springer Publishers
  • Special issue co-editor: Expanding the cultural-historical theory: fourth generation is coming? Cultural-Historical Psychology, 2013, 3,
  • Nikolai Bernshtein: the psychology of activeness and the psychology of action. Journal of Russian and East-European psychology, 2006, 44, 2
  • Verigin, S. & Veresov, N. (Eds.)(20015). Kieli-historia- kulttuuri. Yazyk-Istoria-Kultura. Oulun Yliopisto
  • Development, creativity, personality, culture. Special issue of Journal of Russian and East-European psychology, 2004, 41, 6
  • A.V. Zaporozhets and the psychology of voluntary action. Journal of Russian and East-European psychology, 2002,  40, 3, Guest Editor (with V. P. Zinchenko).

 


Reviewing experience

  • Mind, Culture and Activity Journal
  • Creative education Journal
  • Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood Journal
  • Integrative psychological and behavioural science journal

 

 


Professional Associations

  • International Vygotsky Society, Member of International Executive Committee
  • ISCAR (International Society for cultural historical activity research), Coordinator of Austraasian region, Executive Committee member
  • International Society for Developmental Pre-school Education, Member of International Executive Committee
  • International Society for Humanistic Psychology, Chair of Russian Northern-Western Regional Board
  • International Association for Developmental Learning (MARO), Expert Committee

 

 

Professional Activities:

 

Since 1998 Nikolai participated at 45 international scientific Conferences with keynote speeches and presentations conferences Committees

2013 – ISCAR (International Society of cultural and activity research) – Chair of International Program    Committee of Sydney2014 ISCAR Congress

2011 (September) -      International Conference “Psychology of consciousness”, Samara, Russia

2011 (August) -            ISCAR Summer University, Moscow, Russia (Organising Committee)

2010 (June) -               First ISCAR Summer school, Moscow, Russia (Organising Committee)

2009 (March) -           All-Arabic Conference on psychology, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (Scientific Committee)

2009 (March) -          International Doctoral school, Kajaani, Finland (Organizing Committee))                                

2008 (June)  -            Cultural Diversity in the Epoch of Globalization International Conference,   Murmansk, Russia (Organizing  Committee)

2006 (March) -          "Contemporary school management" International Symposium, Kirovsk, Russia (Organizing Committee)

2006 (February) -      Culture, language, communication Conference, Kajaani, Finland (Organizing  Committee)

2005 (December) -    Fifth International Vygotsky's readings Conference, Moscow, Russia (Organizing Committee)

2004 (November) - "EKOS" - home without walls: ecological education" International Conference,  Belgrade, Serbia (Organizing Committee)

2003 (December) -  MARO (International Association for Developmental learning) Annual Conference,  Moscow (Scientific Committee)

2002 (December) -   MARO (International Association for Developmental learning) Annual Conference, Moscow (Scientific Committee)

1999 (September) -  International Ilyenkov's Symposium, Helsinki, Finland (Planning Committee)

Editorial activities

2013 -   Special issue co-editor: Expanding the cultural-historical theory: fourth generation is coming? Cultural-Historical Psychology, 3,

2006 -   Guest editor: Nikolai Bernshtein: the psychology of activeness and the psychology of action. Journal of Russian and East-European psychology. Vol. 44, 2

2005 -   S. Verigin & N. Veresov (Eds.). Kieli-historia- kulttuuri. Yazyk-Istoria-Kultura. Oulun Yliopisto (Editor)

2004     Guest Editor. Journal of Russian and East-European psychology. Development, creativity, personality, culture. Vol. 41, 6

2002 -  Guest Editor (with V. P. Zinchenko). Journal of Russian and East-European psychology. A.V. Zaporozhets and the psychology of voluntary action. Vol.40, 3

2002 -   Guest Editor. Journal of Russian and East-European psychology. Special issue in memory of A.V.Brushlinskii, Vol. 40, 2

2001 -  Guest editor : Developmental psychology and the act of development. Journal of Russian and East European Psychology, 39,4

2001 - Guest editor (together with P. Hakkarainen), Psychology at the limit, or The limits of psychology. Journal of Russian and East European Psychology, 39, 1,

1999 -   Guest editor (together with P. Hakkarainen). D.B. El'konin and the evolution of developmental psychology, Journal of Russian and East European psychology, 6, 3-10

 

 

 

Links:

 

Academia.edu

https://monash.academia.edu/NikolaiVeresov

 

Google scholar

https://scholar.google.com.au/citations?user=Cr0Si9oAAAAJ&hl=en

 

Research gate

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Nikolai_Veresov