Year / Number Authors Title Pages
2020, 6 Olga V. Fedorova Russian psycholinguistics: Yesterday, today, tomorrow (subjective notes on the study of mechanisms of language production and comprehension) 105-129
2018, 1 Veronika K. Prokopenya, Natalia A. Slioussar, Tatiana Ye. Petrova, Daria A. Chernova, Tatiana V. Chernigovskaya Experimental studies of grammar: Anaphora resolution in speech comprehension. 76-90
2017, 3 Natalia A. Slioussar, Tatiana Ye. Petrova, Ekaterina V. M ikhailovskaya, Natalia V. Cherepovskaia, Veronika K. Prokopenya, Daria A. Chernova, Tatiana V. Chernigovskaya Experimental studies of grammar: Expressions with literal and non-literal meaning. 83-98
2017, 3 Anna K. Laurinavichyute, Anna V. Chrabaszcz, Nina O. Farizova, Valeria A. Tolkacheva, Olga V. Dragoy The influence of sensorimotor stereotypes on the comprehension of spatial constructions: Evidence from eye-tracking. 99-109
2016, 6 Olga V. Fedorova W. J. M. Levelt. A history of psycholinguistics: The pre-Chomskyan era. New York: Oxford University Press, 2013. 672 p. ISBN 978-0-19-965366-9. 135-141
2015, 4 Magomed I. Magomedov, Arsen K. Abdulaev, Annie Gagliardi, Maria Polinsky The acquisition of noun classes in Tsez. 21-36
2015, 1 Anna K. Laurinavichyute, Olga V. Dragoy, Maria V. Ivanova, Svetlana V. Kuptsova, Anastasia S. Ulicheva Psychological insubstantiality of syntactic traces 102-110
2013, 2 Anja Gattnar Competition of verbal aspects in iterative contexts as depending on the type and position of the quantifier. 52-68
2010, 3 Viktoria V. Kazakovskaya Adults’ reactive remarks and children’s grammar acquisition 3-29
2010, 1 Aleksey D. Palkin Mikhail Bakhtin in the works by Japanese scholars 111-119