Alexander Luria, Russian psychologist

Alexander Luria, Russian psychologist

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Caption: Alexander Romanovich Luria (1902-1977), Russian psychologist. Luria was educated at Kazan University and established its Psychoanalytic Association. He then worked at the University of Moscow, developing methods that would lead to the lie-detector test. In the 1930s, he explored Central Asia, studying a wide range of psychological conditions. His work in army hospitals in World War II led to a new field called neuropsychology. Luria's work also forms the basis of the field of cognitive science. The Luria-Nebraska psychological test is named for him. Luria was a professor at Moscow University, and a member of the USSR Academy of Sciences. Photographed in Moscow, Russia.

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