Soviet psychology 1920–1930's through the eyes of its founders, from diversity to unity
Saratov State Socio-Economic University
A historiographical analysis of the works of Soviet psychology major domestic psychologists 1920–1930's – K.N. Kornilov (1927) and L.S. Vygotsky (1928), L.M. Schwartz (1931), B.G. Ananyev (1933, 1941), A.R. Luria (1933), S.L. Rubinstein (1935, 1940), A.N. Leontiev and A.R. Luria (1940) is carried out. It concludes that data contained in these works can significantly refine and supplement the current understanding not only of the individual components of Soviet psychological science 1920–1930's (the most important representatives, schools, areas, fields, events, etc.), but also on its structure, function, and major developments throughout the period as a whole. In addition, the results give a better idea about authors reviewed papers and on the contribution of each in the study of the history of Soviet psychology.
Keywords: Soviet psychology 1920–1930's, history, historiography.