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Qualifications

Fields of research
ETIS CLASSIFICATION: 2. Culture and Society; 2.8. Psychology; CERCS CLASSIFICATION: S260 Psychology
 
 
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Professional Experience

1976-1977 Junior Research Scientist, Tartu University, Psychology Department

1977-1978 Senior Research Scientist and part-time Lecturer, Tartu University, Psychology Department

1978-1980 Assistant Professor and Senior Research Scientist, Tartu University, Psychology Department

April-October, 1980: Visiting Professor, Department of Psychology, Justus-Liebig-Universität, Giessen, West Germany

1980-1981 Visiting Assistant Professor, Institute of Child Development, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota, U.S.A.

1981-1988 Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

VISITING APPOINTMENTS:

1982 May-August; 1983 May-July; 1984 May-June; 1985 July--Visiting Professor at the Institute of Psychology of the Italian Research Council (CNR) in Rome, Italy

1988-1993 Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

VISITING APPOINTMENTS:

1988 May-August--Visiting Professor, University of Leiden, The Netherlands
1989 May-December--Visiting Professor, Max-Planck-Institut für Psychologische Forschung, München, Federal Republic of Germany
1990 May-July--Visiting Professor, University of Melbourne, Australia
1991 May-July--Visiting Professor, Universidade de Brasilia, Brasilia, D.F., Brazil

1993- 1997 Professor , Department of Psychology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
1994 January-May: Acting Director, Developmental Psychology Program

VISITING APPOINTMENTS:
1995 January-February: Visiting Professor, Institute for the Study of Education and Human Development, Rijksuniversiteit Leiden, The Netherlands
1995 January- 1996 May: Visiting Professor, Institut für Psychologie, Technische Universität Berlin, Germany
1995 April-July ; 1996 and 1997 May-August-- Fulbright Visiting Professor, Instituto de Psicologia, Universidade de Brasilia, Brazil

1997- 2013 Professor, Department of Psychology, Clark University, Worcester, Ma.
Research Professor and Research Associate, Center for Developmental Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, N.C.
2001-2005 Chair, Department of Psychology, Clark University, Worcester, Ma.
2013-2018 Researcher, Department of Psychology, Clark University
2018- Professor emeritus

VISITING APPOINTMENTS:

1999 May-July: Visiting Professor, Institut für Sozialwissenschaften, Technische Universität Berlin, Germany
2004 January-February: Visiting Professor, Faculty of Letters, Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Japan
2004 February-March: Brotherton Honorary Visiting Fellow, School of Behavioural Sciences, University of Melbourne, Australia
2006-2010 Visiting Professor, Department of Psychology
Tartu University, Estonia
2006-2007 Leverhulme Visiting Professor, Social and Political Sciences, University of Cambridge, U.K.
2006- 2008 Professor Voluntario (Matricula No. 1018485) Department Pos-Graduação em processos de Desenvolvimento e Saude, Institute of Psychology, Universidade de Brasilia, Brasilia, D.F., Brazil.
2009-2010 David Parkin Visiting Professor, University of Bath, U.K.
2011-2016 Visiting Professor, Department of Human and Health Sciences, University of Huddersfield, Huddersfield, U.K.
2013- 2019 Professeur Inviteé, Université de Luxembourg
2016-2018 Visiting Professor, Institute of Psychology, University of Oslo

2013-2018 Niels Bohr Professor of Cultural Psychology, Aalborg University, Denmark

2018- Professor of Psychology, Aalborg University, Denmark

2019- Visiting Professor, Sigmund-Freud-Privatuniversität, Wien and Berlin


Professional Awards:

1995: Alexander von Humboldt Research Prize for Social Sciences, Germany. Extensions of the prize in 1999 and 2012.

1995--1997: Fulbright Serial Senior Lecturing and Research Award (Brazil)

1996-- 1997 Visiting Fellow, British Psychological Society

2001 Clark University Senior Faculty Fellow

2007 Doctor of Science, honoris causa, Tallinn University, Estonia

2010 Doctor of Science, honoris causa, Universidad del Valle, Cali, Colombia

2017 Hans-Kilian-Award, Germany

2017 -- External Member, Estonian Academy of Sciences.




Memberships in Scientific Societies:

1976- 1980 Estonian Branch, USSR Psychological Association

1980- 1982 Midwestern Psychological Association

1980- present International Society for the Study of Behavioural Development

1981- 2006 Society for Research in Child Development

1981- 1988 CHEIRON Society

1982- present International Society for Ecological Psychology

1981- 1988 AAAS

1985- present International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology

1986- present Jean Piaget Society

1989- present Member, Eesti Psühholoogide Liit -- E.P.L.-- (Union of Estonian Psychologists)

2002- present Founding member, International Society for Dialogical Science, The Netherlands.

2005- 2011 Member, American Anthropological Association

2011- Member, American Psychological Association, Division 5



Professional Activities

1976-2008 Corresponding Associate Commentator, Behavioral and Brain Sciences

1988-present Editorial adviser, Soviet Psychology (Armonk, NY: M. E. Sharpe)-- from 1992 Journal of Russian and East European Psychology.

1989-1995 Member, Editorial Board, Children's Environment Quarterly (Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum)

1990- 1999 Member, Editorial Board, Early Development and Parenting (Chichester: John Wiley & Sons)

1990-2005 Member, Editorial Board, Journal of Social Distress and the Homeless (New York: Human Sciences Press)

1994-present Founding Editor, Culture and Psychology (London: Sage Publications, Ltd.)

1995-2013 Member, Editorial Board, Mind, Culture & Activity (Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers)

1995-present Member, Editorial Advisory Board, Journal of Human and Environmental Sciences (Calcutta: Oriental Centre for Biocultural and Environmental Studies)

1997- 2002 Member, Editorial Board, Human Development (Basel: S. Karger)

1999-present Member, Editorial Board, Infant and Child Development (John Wiley & Sons, Publisher)

1999-present Member, Editorial Board, Studia Iagellonica Humani Cultus Progressus (University of Krakow, Poland)

1999-present Member, Editorial Board, FQS: Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung (F.U. Berlin, Germany)

2001-present Member, Editorial Board, Infancia y Aprendizaje (Salamanca, Spain)

2001-present Member, Editorial Board, Estudios de Psicologia (Madrid, Spain)

2003-2005 and
2009-2011 Member, Editorial Board, Psicologia: Teoria e Pesquisa (Brazil)

2001-present Member, Editorial Advisory Board, International Studies on Child and Adolescent Health, Cambridge University Press.

2003-2006 Member, International Advisory Board, European Journal of School Psychology. Edizioni Carlo Amore.

2005-present Associate Editor, International Journal of Dialogical Science (internet journal of the International Society of Dialogical Science) www.dialogical.org

2005-2007 founding Co-Editor, International Journal of Idiographic Science (www.valsiner.com)

2005-present Member, Editorial Board, Cadernos do Instituto de Estudios Avançados, Universidate de São Paulo, Brazil.

2006- Member, International Honorary Board, Journal of Multicultural Discourses.

Member, Editorial Board, Acta Semiotica Estica

Member, Board of Advisory Editors, ARQUITECTONICS: MIND, LAND & SOCIETY, Technological University of Catalunya, Barcelona.

Editor, Book Series Advances in Cultural Psychology. Information Age Publishers.

2007- Editor, Integrative Psychological and Behavioral Science, Transaction Publishers, N.J. and Springer, USA

2008- Editor, Book Series Cultural Dynamics of Social Representation. Routledge, London, UK

2008--2017 Board member, Horowitz Foundation, Princeton, N.J.

2008-2013 Member, Steering Committee, Holocaust and Genocide Studies Center, Clark University

2009- Member, Editorial Board, Theory & Psychology (Sage)

2017- Editor, Springer Briefs series Advances in Theoretical Psychology

Editor, book series Theory and History of Social and Human Sciences (Springer)





Publications

1. Valsiner, J. & Mikkin, H. (1974). Nonverbal communication in dyads. Tartu University Studies in Psychology. Vol. 3 (pp. 110-127). Tartu. (in Russian)

2. Valsiner, J. (1975). On the ontogenesis of smiling in humans. Soviet School, 2, 113-115. (in Estonian)

3. Allik, J. & Valsiner, J. (1975). On the plasticity of the nervous system. Estonian Nature, 9, 506-510. (in Estonian)

4. Valsiner, J., Niit, H., Roosson, A., Strööm, P., & Huik, J. (1975). The influence of the complexity of task and interaction framework upon the efficiency of group problem solving. Proceedings of the Conference of Baltic Psychologists. Tartu. (published note, in Russian)

5. Valsiner, J. (1975). On three approaches to ontogenesis of dyadic interaction. In O. Kukosyan (Ed.), Theoretical and applied problems of the psychology of interpersonal perception. Krasnodar. (published note, in Russian)

6. Lestsepp, H. & Valsiner, J. (1975). On the relationship between hemispheric lateralization and perception of facial expressions. In O. Kukosyan (Ed.), Theoretical and applied problems of the psychology of interpersonal perception. Krasnodar. (published note, in Russian)

7. Valsiner, J. & Heidmets, M. (1976). Spatial density and spatial behavior: On some problems of environmental psychology. I, II. Estonian Nature, Nos. 1 & 2. (in Estonian)

8. Valsiner, J. (1976). Research on visual interaction: Methodological considerations. In Taju ja suhtlemine (Perception and interaction), pp. 50-58. Tartu: Tartu University Press. (in English)

9. Valsiner, J., Niit, H., Roosson, A., Strööm, P., & Huik, J. (1976). On the effect of problem complexity, interaction channels, and group size on the effectiveness of problem solving. Tartu University Studies in Psychology. Vol. 4 (pp. 10-17). Tartu. (in Russian)

10. Valsiner, J. (1976). On the expression of emotions in the human face: A contemporary solution to an old problem. Estonian Nature, No. 10. (in Estonian)

11. Valsiner, J. (1976). On sensitive periods in the early ontogenesis of mother-infant interaction. In Problems of age periodization of the development in early ontogenesis. Moscow: Institute of General and Pedagogical Psychology. (published note, in Russian)

12. Valsiner, J. (1976). On the interrelationships between physiological, cognitive, and interactive factors in early human ontogenesis. Tartu. (Unpublished Dipl. Psych. dissertation, in Russian)

13. Chikvishvili, L., Valsiner, J., & Lasn, M. (1976). On the experimental investigation of emotion categories in two languages. Tartu University Studies in Psychology. Vol. 5 (pp. 19-26). Tartu. (in Russian)

14. Valsiner, J. & Lestsepp, H. (1977). On the role of hemispheric lateralization in facial expression recognition. Tartu University Studies in Psychology. Vol. 6 (pp. 27-34). Tartu. (in English)

15. Niit, T. & Valsiner, J. (1977). Recognition of facial expressions: An experimental investigation of Ekman's model. Tartu University Studies in Psychology, Vol. 6 (pp. 85-107). Tartu. (in English)

16. Valsiner, J. (1978). Primates and language. I, II. Estonian Nature, No. 2 & 3. (in Estonian)

17. Valsiner, J. & Kaarma, H. (1978). On some psychological problems in obstetrics. Soviet Estonian Health Care, No. 5.

18. Valsiner, J. (1978). Expectancy Effects: A paradoxical area of research. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 1, 3, 408.

19. Myasnikov, V. I., Popov, B. A., Uskov, F. N., & Valsiner, J. (1978). Behavior in the process of communication and diagnostics I. Visual interaction under observation of training observers. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 34, 4, 946-953.

20. Valsiner, J. & Tamm, A. (1978). Mother-infant interaction: A longitudinal study of behavioural interrelations. Acta et commentationes Universitatis Tartuensis, 474. Studies in Psychology. Vol. 7 (pp. 1176-142). Tartu: Tartu University Press. (in English)

21. Valsiner, J., Tago, I., Loolaid, V., & Hauk, K. (1978). Maternal subjective culture: An experimental study of the post-partum cognitive phenomena. Acta et commentationes Universitatis Tartuensis, 474. Studies in Psychology. Vol. 7 (pp. 143-161). Tartu: Tartu University Press. (in English)

22. Valsiner, J. (1979). Mechanisms of recognition of faces and facial expressions. Tartu. (unpublished C. Sc. dissertation, in Russian)

23. Valsiner, J. (1979). The ontogenesis of interaction in primates. Estonian Nature, 2. (in Estonian)

24. Valsiner, J. (1979). A psychosomatic approach towards the problems of obstetrics and gynaecology. Soviet Estonian Health Care, No. 4. (in Estonian)

25. Valsiner, J. (1979). On the phylogeny of human language. Language and Literature, No. 8. (in Estonian)

26. Valsiner, J. & Lehtsalu, M. (1979). Personality characteristics of selected groups of pregnant women: The role of abortion histories in anamnesis. Tartu University Studies in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Tartu: Tartu University Press. (in Russian)

27. Valsiner, J. (1979). Book review: Lewis, M. & Rosenblum, L., Eds. Interaction, conversation, and the development of language. NY: Wiley, 1977. International Journal of Early Childhood, 11, 2, 206-207.

28. Kõrgesaar, J. & Valsiner, J. (1979). Language development in mother-infant interaction. Defektologia (Moscow), No. 5. (book review, in Russian).

29. Valsiner, J. (1979). Children, apes, and Homo habilis. Looming, No. 10. (in Estonian)

30. Heidmets, M., Kilgas, R., Kruusvall, J., & Valsiner, J. (1979). Man, environment, space: Studies on the psychological problems of man-made environment. Tartu: Tartu University Press. 162 pp. (book, in Russian)

31. Allik, J. & Valsiner, J. (1980). Visual perception in early ontogenesis. In H. Reese & L. Lipsitt (Eds.), Advances in child development and behavior. Vol. 15 (pp. 1-51). New York: Academic Press.

32. Valsiner, J. (1981). The father's role in the social network of a Soviet child: The nationalization of the family. In M. Lamb (Ed.), The role of the father in child development (pp. 187-201), 2nd Ed. New York: Wiley.

33. Valsiner, J., Older, E., Hauk, K., and Pappel, M. (1981). The study of infant-mother interaction: The observation of the "need in interaction" in reality. In C. N. Chkhartishvili, W. L. Kakabadze, & N. N. I. Sarjveladze (Eds.), The problems of formation of sociogenic needs (pp. 137-141). Tbilisi: Uznadze Institute of Psychology. (in Russian)

34. Valsiner, J. & Allik, J. (1982). General semiotic capabilities of the higher primates: Some hypotheses on communication and cognition in the evolution of human semiotic systems. In M. R. Key (Ed.), Nonverbal communication today: Current research (pp. 245-257). Berlin-NY-Amsterdam: Mouton.

35. Valsiner, J. (1982). Self evaluation and attitudes of pregnant women. In H. J. Prill & M. Stauber (Eds.), Advances in psychosomatic obstetrics and gynecology (pp. 353-356). Berlin-Heidelberg: Springer.

36. Valsiner, J. (1982). Hemispheric specialization and integration in child development. In S. Segalowitz (Ed.), Language functions and brain organization (pp. 231-244). New York: Academic Press.

37. Valsiner, J. (1984). Conceptualizing intelligence: From an internal static attribution to the study of the process structure of organism-environment relationships. International Journal of Psychology, 19, 363-389.

38. Valsiner, J. (1984). Cognitive socialization (book review: No five fingers are alike, by J. C. Berland, Harvard University Press, 1982). Acta Pedological, 1, 2, 175-178.

39. Valsiner, J. (1984). Construction of the zone of proximal development (ZPD) in adult-child joint action: The socialization of meals. New Directions for Child Development, No. 23, pp. 65-76.

40. Cairns, R. B. & Valsiner, J. (1984). Child psychology. Annual Review of Psychology, 35, 553-577.

41. Valsiner, J. (1984). The childhood of the Soviet citizen: Socialization for loyalty. Ottawa: Carleton University Press. (published lecture)

42. Benigni, L. & Valsiner, J. (1984). Il corpo del neonato e i suoi confini sociali. In L. Gandini (Ed.), Dimmi come lo vesti (pp. 89-135). Milano: Emme Edizioni. (in Italian)

43. Valsiner, J. (1984). Two alternative epistemological frameworks in psychology: The typological and variational modes of thinking. Journal of Mind and Behavior, 5, 4, 449-470.

44. Gärling, T., Svensson-Gärling, A., & Valsiner, J. (1984). Parental concern about children's traffic safety in residential neighborhoods. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 4, 235-252.

45. Benigni, L. & Valsiner, J. (1985). Developmental psychology without the study of processes of development? Newsletter of the International Society for the Study of Behavioral Development, No. 1, pp. 1-3.

46. Valsiner, J. (1985). Common sense and psychological theories: The historical nature of logical necessity. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 26, 97-109.

47. Gärling, T. & Valsiner, J. (Eds.) (1985). Children within environments: Towards a psychology of accident prevention. New York: Plenum.

48. Valsiner, J. (1985). Theoretical issues of child development and the problem of accident prevention. In T. Gärling & J. Valsiner (Eds.), Children within environments: Towards a psychology of accident prevention (pp. 13-36). New York: Plenum.

49. Valsiner, J. & Mackie, C. (1985). Toddlers at home: Canalization of children's climbing activity by culturally organized environment. In T. Gärling & J. Valsiner (Eds.), Children within environments: Towards a psychology of accident prevention (pp. 165-192). New York: Plenum.

50. Svensson-Gärling, A., Gärling, T., & Valsiner, J. (1985). Parents' knowledge of children's competence, perceptions of risk, and causes of child accidents and residential satisfaction. In T. Gärling & J. Valsiner (Eds.), Children within environments: Towards a psychology of accident prevention (pp. 65-89). New York: Plenum.

51. Gärling, T. & Valsiner, J. (1985). Children within environments: Different approaches and their relationship to accident prevention. In T. Gärling & J. Valsiner (Eds.), Children within environments: Towards a psychology of accident prevention (pp. 239-245). New York: Plenum.

52. Valsiner, J. (1985). Parental organization of children's cognitive development in their home environments. Psychologia, 28, 3, 131-143.

53. Valsiner, J. (Ed.) (1986). The individual subject and scientific psychology. New York: Plenum.

54. Valsiner, J. (1986). Where is the individual subject in scientific psychology? In J. Valsiner (Ed.), The individual subject and scientific psychology (pp. 1-14). New York: Plenum.

55. Valsiner, J. (1986). Between groups and individuals: Psychologists' and laypersons' interpretations of correlational findings. In J. Valsiner (Ed.), The individual subject and scientific psychology (pp. 113-152). New York: Plenum.

56. Valsiner, J. (1986). Sequence-structure analysis: Study of serial order within unique sequences of psychological phenomena. In J. Valsiner (Ed.), The individual subject and scientific psychology (pp. 347-390). New York: Plenum, 1986.

57. Valsiner, J. (1986). Different perspectives on individual-based generalizations in psychology. In J. Valsiner (Ed.), The individual subject and scientific psychology (pp. 391-404). New York: Plenum.

58. Valsiner, J. (1986). Transcending common sense in psychological theorizing: A developmental perspective. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 27, 184-189.

59. Valsiner, J. & Benigni, L. (1986). Naturalistic research and ecological thinking in the study of child development. Developmental Review, 6, 203-223.

60. Reid, B. V. & Valsiner, J. (1986). Consistency, praise, and love: Folk theories of American parents. Ethos, 14, 3, 282-304.

61. Valsiner, J. (1986). Book review: Main currents of critical psychology (M. H. van IJzendoorn and R. van der Veer). Psychological Record, 36, 3, 419-421.

62. Valsiner, J. (1987). Culture and the development of children's action. Chichester: Wiley. [2nd ed. 1997—see # 189]

63. Valsiner, J. (1987). A valuable book about values in developmental psychology (review of L. Cirillo & S. Wapner, Eds., Value presuppositions in theories of human development, Erlbaum, 1986). Contemporary Psychology, 32, 527-528.

64. Valsiner, J. & Lightfoot, C. (1987). The process structure of parent-child-environment relations and the prevention of children's nonintentional injuries. Journal of Social Issues, 43, 2, 61-72.

65. Garling, T., Svensson-Garling,, A., & Valsiner, J. (1987). Adults' judgments of children's accident risks. Psychological Reports, 60, 1003-1010.

66. Van der Veer, R. & Valsiner, J. (1987). Dualisme in de psychologie van de emotie. Nederlands Tijdschrift voor de Psychologie, 42, 405-413.

67. Van der Veer, R. & Valsiner, J. (1988). Lev Vygotsky and Pierre Janet: On the origin of the concept of sociogenesis. Developmental Review, 8, 52-65.

68. Valsiner, J. (Ed.) (1988). Child development within culturally structured environments. Vol. 1. Parental cognition and adult-child interaction. Norwood. NJ: Ablex.

69. Valsiner, J. (1988). Children's social development within culturally structured environments. In J. Valsiner (Ed.), Child development within culturally structured environments. Vol. 1. Parental cognition and adult-child interaction, Norwood, NJ: Ablex.

70. Hill, P. E. & Valsiner, J. (1988). Getting to know strangers: Toddlers' construction of relationships. In J. Valsiner (Ed.), Child development within culturally structured environments. Vol. 1. Parental cognition and adult-child interaction (pp. 159-214). Norwood, NJ: Ablex.

71. Valsiner, J. (Ed.) (1988). Child development within culturally structured environments Vol. 2. Social co-construction and environmental guidance of development. Norwood: NJ: Ablex.

72. Valsiner, J. (1988). Ontogeny of co-construction of culture within socially organized environmental settings. In J. Valsiner (Ed.), Child development within culturally structured environments. Vol. 2. Social co-construction and environmental guidance of development (pp. 283-297). Norwood, NJ: Ablex.

73. Valsiner, J. (1988). Developmental psychology in the Soviet Union. Brighton: Harvester Press. 404 pp. (in U.S.: Indiana University Press)

74. Valsiner, J. & Van der Veer, R. (1988). On the social nature of human cognition: An analysis of the shared intellectual roots of George Herbert Mead and Lev Vygotsky. Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour, 18, 117-135.

75. Holland, D. C. & Valsiner, J. (1988). Cognition, symbols, and Vygotsky's mediating devices. Ethos, 16, 3, 247-272.

76. Valsiner, J. (1988). A constraints-based theory and its interpretations: A reply. Comenius, 32, 427-441.

77. Valsiner, J. (Ed.) (1989). Cultural context and child development: Towards a culture-inclusive developmental psychology. Toronto-Göttingen-Bern: C. J. Hogrefe and H. Huber.

78. Kindermann, T. & Valsiner, J. (1989). Strategies for empirical research in context-inclusive developmental psychology. In J. Valsiner (Ed.), Cultural context and child development (pp. 13-50). Toronto-Göttingen-Bern: C. J. Hogrefe and H. Huber.

79. Valsiner, J. (1989). Organization of children's social development in polygamic families. In J. Valsiner (Ed.), Cultural context and child development: Towards a culture-inclusive developmental psychology (pp. 67-85). Göttingen-Bern: C. J. Hogrefe and H. Huber.

80. Valsiner, J. & Hill, P. E. (1989). Socialization of toddlers for social courtesy. In J. Valsiner (Ed.), Cultural context and child development: Towards a culture-inclusive developmental psychology (pp. 163-179). Toronto-Göttingen-Bern: C. J. Hogrefe and H. Huber.

81. Valsiner, J. (1989). Towards culture-inclusive developmental psychology: Overcoming epistemological obstacles. In J. Valsiner (Ed.), Cultural context and child development: Towards a culture-inclusive developmental psychology (pp. 291-293). Toronto-Göttingen-Bern: C. J. Hogrefe and H. Huber.

82. Valsiner, J. (1989). Collective coordination of progressive empowerment. In L. T. Winegar (Ed.), Social interaction and the development of children's understanding (pp. 7-20). Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Co.

83. Valsiner J. (1989). Environmental psychology in the Soviet Union. Studies in Soviet Thought, 37, 61-71.

84. Valsiner, J. (1989). On the glory and misery of sociobiological perspectives on human development: A selfish book review. Developmental Psychobiology, 22, 4, 413-417.

85. Winegar, L. T., Renninger, K. A., & Valsiner, J. (1989). Dependent Independence in adult-child relationships. In D. A. Kramer & M. J. Bopp (Eds.), Movement through form: Transformation in clinical and developmental psychology (pp. 157-168). New York: Springer.

86. Valsiner, J. (1989). Human development and culture. Lexington, MA: D. C. Heath & Co. (396 pp.)

87. Valsiner, J. (1989). Persevering habits: On the limits of usefulness of statistics in psychologists' reasoning. In J. A. Keats, R. Taft, R. A. Heath, and S. Lovibond (Eds.), Mathematical and theoretical systems (pp. 59-67). Amsterdam: North-Holland.

88. Valsiner, J. (1989). From group comparisons to knowledge: A lesson from cross-cultural psychology. In J. P. Forgas and J. M. Innes (Eds.), Recent advances in social psychology: An international perspective (pp. 501-510). Amsterdam: North-Holland.

89. Valsiner, J. (1989). O papel da sintese no desenvolvimento psicologico. In T. N. Carraher, A. D. Schliemann & L. L. Buarque (Eds.), Anais do Simposio Latino-Americano de psicologia do desenvolvimento (pp. 118-119). Recife, Pe: Editoria Universitaria da UFPE. [in Portuguese]

90. Van der Veer, R. & Valsiner, J. (1989). Overcoming dualism in psychology: Vygotsky 's analysis of theories of emotion. Quarterly Newsletter of the Laboratory of Comparative Human Cognition, 11, 4, 124-131.

91. Valsiner, J. (1990). The ecological investigation of children and families (Review of A. R. Pence, Ed., Ecological research with children and families, NY: Teachers College Press, 1988). Contemporary Psychology, 35, 3, 244-245.

92. Oppenheimer, L. & Valsiner, J. (Eds.) (1991). The origins of action: Interdisciplinary and international perspectives. New York: Springer-Verlag. 265 pp.

93. Cox, B. D., Ornstein, P. A., & Valsiner, J. (1991). The role of internalization in the transfer of mnemonic strategies. In L. Oppenheimer & J. Valsiner (Eds.), The origins of action: International perspectives (pp. 101-131). New York: Springer.

94. Valsiner, J. (1991). Integration of theory and methodology in psychology: The legacy of Joachim Wohlwill. In L. Mos & P. Van Geert (Eds.), Annals of theoretical psychology. Vol. 7 (pp. 161-175). New York: Plenum.

95. Valsiner, J. (1991). David Joravsky. Russian psychology: A critical history. American Historical Review, October, 1241-1242.

96. Valsiner, J. (1991). Building theoretical bridges over a lagoon of everyday events. Human Development, 34, 307-315.

97. Van der Veer, R. & Valsiner, J. (1991). Understanding Vygotsky: A quest for synthesis. Oxford: Basil Blackwell. [Portuguese translation: Vygotsky: uma sintese. São Paulo: Edições Loyola, 1996; 2nd printing in 1998]

98. Valsiner, J. (1991). Construction of the mental: From the "cognitive revolution" to the study of development. Theory & Psychology, 1, 4, 477-494.

99. Valsiner, J. (1991). Developmental psychology in the Netherlands--dikes, dams, and the cultivation of new ideas (book review of W. Koops, et. al., Developmental Psychology behind the Dikes, Delft, 1990). Comenius, 43, 320-323.

100. Asendorpf, J. B. & Valsiner, J. (Eds.) (1992). Framing stability and change: An investigation into methodological reasoning. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

101. Asendorpf, J. B. & Valsiner, J. (1992). Editors' Introduction: Three dimensions of developmental perspectives. In J. B. Asendorpf, & J. Valsiner (Eds.), Framing stability and change (pp. ix-xxii). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

102. Asendorpf, J. B. & Valsiner, J. (1992). Editors' Integration: Six biases in contemporary developmental psychology. In J. B. Asendorpf & J. Valsiner (Eds.), Framing stability and change (pp. 249-258). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

103. Winegar, L. T. & Valsiner, J. (Eds.) (1992). Children's development within social context. Vol. 1. Metatheory and theory, & Vol. 2, Research and methodology. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

104. Valsiner, J. & Winegar, L. T. (1992). Introduction: A cultural-historical context for social "context". In L. T. Winegar, & J. Valsiner (Eds.), Children's development within social context. Vol. 1. Metatheory and theory (pp. 1-14). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

105. Winegar, L. T. & Valsiner, J. (1992). Re-contextualizing context: Analysis of metadata and some further elaborations. In L. T. Winegar & J. Valsiner (Eds.), Children's development within social context, Vol. 2. Research and methodology (pp. 249-266). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

106. Valsiner, J. (1992). Vygotsky's sociohistorical psychology and its contemporary applications, by Carl Ratner (book review). Early Development and Parenting, 1, 56-58.

107. Lightfoot, C. & Valsiner, J. (1992). Parental belief systems under influence: Social guidance of the construction of personal cultures. In I. Siegel, J. Goodnow, & A. McGillicuddy-DeLisi (Eds.), Parental belief systems. 2nd Ed. (pp. 393-414). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

108. Valsiner, J. (1992). Interest: A metatheoretical perspective. In K. A. Renninger, S. Hidi, & A. Krapp (Eds.), The role of interest in learning and development (pp. 27-41). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

109. Valsiner, J. (1992). Social organization of cognitive development: internalization and externalization of constraint systems. In A. Demetriou, M. Shayer, & A. Efklides (Eds.), Neo-Piagetian theories of cognitive development (pp. 65-78). London: Routledge.

110. Valsiner, J. (1992). Co-regulation of interaction: goal-oriented redundant construction of development. Human Movement Science, 11, 481-487.

111. Valsiner, J., & Cairns, R. B. (1992). Theoretical perspectives on conflict and development. In C. U. Shantz & W. W. Hartup (Eds.), Conflict in child and adolescent development (pp. 15-35). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

112. Lawrence, J. A., Benedikt, R., & Valsiner, J. (1992). Homeless in the mind: A case history of personal life in and out a close orthodox community. Journal of Social Distress and the Homeless, 1, 2, 157-176.

113. Valsiner, J. (1992). Review: Peeter Tulviste's continuing expedition, or Estonian psychology between the three worlds. Akadeemia, 4, 10, 2195-2199. (in Estonian)

114. Van der Veer, R., & Valsiner, J. (1992). Voices at play: Understanding Van der Veer and Valsiner. Comenius, 12, 4 (whole No. 48), 423-429.

115. Valsiner, J. (1993). Comparative-cultural research in Soviet psychology. Journal of Russian and East European Psychology, 31, 1, 5-10.

116. Valsiner, J. (1993). Making of the future: Temporality and the constructive nature of human development. In G. Turkewitz & D. A. Devenny (Eds.), Developmental time and timing (pp. 13-40). Hillsdale, N.J. : Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

117. Valsiner, J., & Van der Veer, R. (1993). The encoding of distance: The concept of the zone of proximal development and its interpretations. In R. R. Cocking & K. A. Renninger (Eds.), The development and meaning of psychological distance (pp. 35-62). Hillsdale, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

118. Skinner, D., Valsiner, J., & Basnet, B. (1993). Singing one's life: an orchestration of personal experiences and cultural forms. Journal of South Asian Literature, 26, 1 & 2, 15-43.

119. Lawrence, J. A., & Valsiner, J. (1993). Conceptual roots of internalization: From transmission to transformation. Human Development, 36, 150-167.

120. Valsiner, J. (1993). Book review: Piaget's theory: Prospects and possibilities (Harry Beilin and Peter B. Pufall, Eds.). American Scientist, 81, 596-598.

121. Görlitz, D., Harloff, H. J., Valsiner, J., Hinding, B., Mey, G., Ritterfeld, U., & Schröder, R. (Eds.) (1993). Entwicklungsbedingungen von Kindern in der Stadt. Herten-Berlin: T.U. Berlin & Stadt Herten.

122. Valsiner, J. (1994). Farewell to TOM: Ben Bradley's revolutionary poetics and the fuzzy world of development. Theory & Psychology, 4, 1, 147-150.

123. Valsiner, J., & Leung, M.-C. (1994). From intelligence to knowledge construction: a sociogenetic process approach. In R. J. Sternberg & R. K. Wagner (Eds.), Mind in context: Interactionist perspectives on human intelligence (pp. 202-217). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

124. Van der Veer, R., & Valsiner, J. (Eds.) (1994). The Vygotsky Reader. Oxford: Basil Blackwell.

125. Valsiner, J. (1994). Irreversibility of time and the construction of historical developmental psychology. Mind, Culture, and Activity, 1, 1-2, 25-42.

126. Valsiner, J. (1994). What is "natural" about "natural contexts"?: Cultural construction of human development (and its study). Infancia y Aprendizaje, 66, 11-19 [Spanish translation, ibid. pp. 100-104]

127. Valsiner, J. (1994). Uses of common sense and ordinary language in psychology, and beyond: a co-constructionist perspective and its implications. In J. Siegfried (Ed.), The status of common sense in psychology (pp. 46-57). Norwood, N.J.: Ablex.

128. Van der Veer, R., Van IJzendoorn, M. H., & Valsiner, J. (Eds.). (1994). Reconstructing the mind: Replicability in research on human development. Norwood, N.J.: Ablex.

129. Valsiner, J. (1994). Replicability in context: the problem of generalization. In R. Van der Veer, M. H. Van IJzendoorn, & J. Valsiner, (Eds.), Reconstructing the mind: Replicability in research on human development (pp. 173-182). Norwood, N.J.: Ablex.

130. Valsiner, J. (1994). Bidirectional cultural transmission and constructive sociogenesis. In W. de Graaf & R. Maier (Eds.), Sociogenesis reexamined (pp. 47-70). New York: Springer.

131. Valsiner, J. (1994). From energy to collectivity: A commentary on the development of Bekhterev's theoretical views. In L. H. Strickland (Ed.), V.M. Bekhterev's Collective Reflexology (pp.xiii-xxiv). Commack, N.Y.: Nova Science Publishers.

132. Rosa, A., & Valsiner, J. (Eds.). (1994). Explorations in socio-cultural studies. Vol. 1. Historical and theoretical discourse. Madrid: Fundacion Infancia y Aprendizaje.

133. Rosa, A., & Valsiner, J. (1994). Introduction: An overture on history and theory. In A. Rosa & J. Valsiner (Eds.), Explorations in socio-cultural studies. Vol. 1. Historical and theoretical discourse (pp. 13-18). Madrid: Fundacion Infancia y Aprendizaje.

134. Valsiner, J. (1994). Reflexivity in context: Narratives, hero-myths, and the making of histories in psychology. In A. Rosa & J. Valsiner (Eds.), Explorations in socio-cultural studies. Vol. 1. Historical and theoretical discourse (pp. 169-186). Madrid: Fundacion Infancia y Aprendizaje.

135. Valsiner, J. (1994). James Mark Baldwin and his impact: social development of cognitive functions. In A. Rosa & J. Valsiner (Eds.), Explorations in socio-cultural studies. Vol. 1. Historical and theoretical discourse (pp. 187-204). Madrid: Fundacion Infancia y Aprendizaje.

136. Rosa, A., & Valsiner, J. (1994). Coda: discourse, meaning and knowledge-- a reflection on the socio-cultural approach within the crisis of modernity. In A. Rosa & J. Valsiner (Eds.), Explorations in socio-cultural studies. Vol. 1. Historical and theoretical discourse (pp. 247-254). Madrid: Fundacion Infancia y Aprendizaje.

137. Tudge, J., Putnam, S., & Valsiner, J. (1994). A socio-cultural approach to reading: a context-sensitive methodology. In N. Mercer & C. Coll (Eds.), Explorations in socio-cultural studies. Vol. 3. Teaching, learning and interaction (pp. 73-81). Madrid: Fundacion Infancia y Aprendizaje.

138. Valsiner, J. (1994). Commentary (on P. van Geert's Vygotskian Dynamics of Development). Human Development, 37, 366-369.

139. Valsiner, J. (1994). Culture and human development: a co-constructionist perspective. In P. van Geert, L. P. Mos, & W. J. Baker (Eds.), Annals of Theoretical Psychology. Vol. 10 (pp. 247-298). New York: Plenum.

140. Valsiner, J. (1994). Co-constructionism: what is (and is not) in a name? In P. van Geert, L. P. Mos, & W. J. Baker (Eds.), Annals of Theoretical Psychology. Vol. 10 (pp. 343-368). New York: Plenum.

141. Vasconcellos, V. M. R., & Valsiner, J. (1995). Perspectiva co-constructivista na psicologia e na educação. Porto Alegre: Artes Medicas.

142. Valsiner, J. (Ed.). (1995). Child development within culturally structured environments. Vol. 3. Comparative-cultural and constructivist perspectives. Norwood, N.J.: Ablex Publishing Corporation.

143. Valsiner, J. (1995). Introduction: social co-construction of psychological development from a comparative-cultural perspective. In J. Valsiner (Ed.),Child development within culturally structured environments. Vol. 3. Comparative-cultural and constructivist perspectives (pp.1-22). Norwood, N.J.: Ablex Publishing Corporation.

144. Benigni, L., & Valsiner, J. (1995). "Amoral familism" and child development: Edward Banfield and the understanding of child socialization in Southern Italy. In J. Valsiner (Ed.),Child development within culturally structured environments. Vol. 3. Comparative-cultural and constructivist perspectives (pp.83-104). Norwood, N.J.: Ablex Publishing Corporation.

145. Valsiner, J. (1995). Comparative-cultural co-constructionism and its discontents. In J. Valsiner (Ed.),Child development within culturally structured environments. Vol. 3. Comparative-cultural and constructivist perspectives (pp. 286-296). Norwood, N.J.: Ablex Publishing Corporation.

146. Valsiner, J. (1995). Human development and the process of psychotherapy: some general methodological comments. In J. Siegfried(Ed.), Therapeutic and everyday discourse as behavior change (pp. 81-92). Norwood, N.J.: Ablex Publishing Corporation.

147. Valsiner, J., & Gupta, S. (1995). Re-discovering realities of social worlds: but can they be adequately explained? Comment on Leyendecker et al.(1995). Social Development, 4, 2, 209-213.

148. Kindermann, T. A., & Valsiner, J. (Eds.) (1995). Development of person-context relations. Hillsdale, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. 256 pp.

149. Kindermann, T. A., & Valsiner, J. (1995). Introduction: Individual development, changing contexts, and the co-construction of person-context relations in human development. In T. A. Kindermann & J. Valsiner (Eds.), Development of person-context relations (pp. 1-9). Hillsdale, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

150. Valsiner, J. (1995). Processes of development, and search for their logic: An introduction to Herbst's co-genetic logic. In T. A. Kindermann & J. Valsiner (Eds.), Development of person-context relations (pp. 55-65). Hillsdale, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

151. Kindermann, T. A., & Valsiner, J. (1995). Epilogue: Directions for the study of developing person-context relations. In T. A. Kindermann & J. Valsiner (Eds.), Development of person-context relations (pp. 227-240). Hillsdale, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

152. Valsiner, J. (1995). Editorial: Culture and Psychology. Culture & Psychology, 1, 1, 5-10.

153. Valsiner, J. (1995). Editorial: Discourse complexes and relations between social sciences and societies. Culture & Psychology, 1, 4, 411-422.

154 Vasconcellos, V. M. R., & Valsiner, J. (1995). From imitation to cognitive construction: Contrasting Wallon and Piaget. In I. Lubek, R. van Hezwjik, G. Pheterson, & C. W. Tolman(Eds), Trends and issues in theoretical psychology (pp. 197-206). New York: Springer.

155. Valsiner, J. (1995). From labelled to basic science: A review of Psychology, society, and subjectivity (by Charles W. Tolman). Mind, Culture, and Activity, 2, 4, 305-307.

156. Valsiner, J. (1996). Editorial: After the first year. Culture & Psychology, 2, 1, 5-8.

157. Valsiner, J., & Litvinovic, G. (1996). Processes of generalization in parental reasoning. In S. Harkness & C. Super (Eds.), Parents' cultural belief systems: Their origins, expressions, and consequences (Pp. 56-82). New York: Guilford Press.

158. Valsiner, J. (1996). Social utopias and knowledge construction in psychology. In V. A. Koltsova, Y. N. Oleinik, A. R. Gilgen & C. K. Gilgen (Eds.), Post-Soviet perspectives on Russian psychology (pp.,70-84). Westport, Ct.: Greenwood Press.

159. Valsiner, J. (1996). Review note: An international journal from Africa: Ife PsychologIA. Culture & Psychology, 2, 1, 129-134..

160. Valsiner, J. (1996). Modelling the functional social network of child care, and its structural change. Journal of Human and Environmental Sciences (Calcutta), Special Inaugural Volume, 2-21.

161. Valsiner, J. (1996). Cultural organization of cognitive functions. In M. P. Friedman & E. C. Carterette (Eds.), Handbook of perception and cognition (2nd ed.). Vol. 3. Cognitive ecology (pp. 29-58). San Diego, Ca.: Academic Press.

162. Maier, R., & Valsiner, J. (1996). Presuppositions in tutoring: rhetorics in the concept. Archives de Psychologie, 64, 27-39.

163. Valsiner, J., & Voss, H.-G. (Eds.) (1996). The structure of learning processes. Norwood, N.J.: Ablex Publishing Corporation.

164. Valsiner, J., & Voss, H.-G. (1996). Learning, development, and synergetics. In J. Valsiner, & H.-G. Voss (Eds.).The structure of learning processes (pp. 1-14). Norwood, N.J.: Ablex Publishing Corporation.

165. Voss, H.-G., & Valsiner, J. (1996). Epilogue: The structure of learning: phylogenesis, ontogenesis, and microgenesis. In J. Valsiner, & H.-G. Voss (Eds.).The structure of learning processes (pp. 329-333). Norwood, N.J.: Ablex Publishing Corporation.

166. Valsiner, J. (1996). Devadasi temple dancers and cultural construction of persons-in-society. In M. K. Raha (Ed.), Dimensions of human society and culture (pp. 443-476). New Delhi: Gyan Publishing House.

167. Valsiner, J. (1996). Co-constructionism and development: a socio-historic tradition. Anuario de Psicologia (Barcelona), No. 69. Pp. 63-82.

168. Tudge, J., Putnam, S., & Valsiner, J. (1996). Culture and cognition in developmental perspective. In R. B. Cairns, G. H. Elder, & E. J. Costello (Eds.), Developmental science (pp. 190-222). New York: Cambridge University Press.

169. Valsiner, J., & Van der Veer, R. (1996). Desde el gesto hasta el self: perspectivas comunes en las sociopsicologías de George Herbert Mead y Lev Vygotsky. In D. Páez & A. Blanco (Eds.), La teoría sociocultural y la psicología social actual (pp. 63-73). Madrid: Fundación Infancia y Aprendizaje.

170. Valsiner, J. (1996). Whose mind? Human Development, 39, 295-300.

171. Valsiner, J. (1996). Development, methodology, and recurrence of unsolved problems: on the modernity of "old" ideas. Swiss Journal of Psychology, 55, 2/3, 119-125.

172. Valsiner, J. (1996). Indeterminación restringida en los procesos de discurso. In C. Coll & D. Edwards (Eds.), Enseñanza, aprendizaje y discurso en el aula (pp. 23-34). Madrid: Fundación Infancia y Aprendizaje.

173. Valsiner, J. (1996). Intelligence as a secret charm of schoolmasters: A comment on Räty and Snellman. Papers on Social Representations, 5, 1, 73-76.

174. Valsiner, J. (1996). Psychologists' chorus on an epistemic market: a return to basic developmental ideas. despite socio-cultural change. Polish Quarterly of Developmental Psychology. 2, 3, 249-258.

175. Tudge, J., Shanahan, M., & Valsiner, J. (Eds.) (1997). Comparisons in human development: Understanding time and context. New York: Cambridge University Press.

176. Tudge, J., Shanahan, M., & Valsiner, J. (1997). Comparisons in human development: to begin a conversation. In J. Tudge, M., Shanahan, & J. Valsiner, J. (Eds.), Comparisons in human development: Understanding time and context (pp. 1-10). New York: Cambridge University Press.

177. Shanahan, M., Valsiner, J., & Gottlieb, G. (1997). Developmental concepts across disciplines. In J. Tudge, M., Shanahan, & J. Valsiner, J. (Eds.), Comparisons in human development: Understanding time and context (pp. 13-71). New York: Cambridge University Press.

178. Fogel, A., Lyra, M.C.D.P., & Valsiner, J. (Eds.) (1997). Dynamics and indeterminism in developmental and social processes. Mahwah, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

179. Oliveira, Z. M. R., & Valsiner, J. (1997). Play and imagination: the psychological construction of novelty. In A. Fogel, M. C. D. P. Lyra, & J. Valsiner (Eds.), Dynamics and indeterminism in developmental and social processes (pp. 119-133). Mahwah, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

180. Valsiner, J. (1997). Working on a sociocultural psychology: A tribute to Sylvia Scribner [book review of L. Martin, K. Nelson & E. Tobach, Eds., Sociocultural psychology: Theory and practice of doing and knowing. N.Y.: Cambridge University Press, 1995]. Contemporary Psychology, 42, 1, 74-75.

181. Valsiner, J. (1997). Subjective construction of intersubjectivity: Semiotic mediation as a process of pre-adaptation. In M. Grossen & B. Py (Eds.), Pratiques sociales et médiations symboliques (pp. 45-60). Bern-Frankfurt-am-Main: Peter Lang.

182. Valsiner, J.,. & Lawrence, J. A. (1997). Human development in culture across the life span. In J. W. Berry. P. R. Dasen & T. S. Saraswathi (eds.), Handbook of Cross-Cultural Psychology. Second Edition. Vol. 2. Basic processes and human development (pp. 69-106). Boston: Allyn & Bacon.

183. Branco, A. U., & Valsiner, J. (1997). Changing methodologies: A co-constructivist study of goal orientations in social interactions. Psychology and Developing Societies, 9, 1, 35-64.

184. Valsiner, J., Branco, A. U., & Melo Dantas, C. (1997). Co-construction of human development: Heterogeneity within parental belief orientations. In J.. E. Grusec & L. Kuczynski (Eds), Handbook of Parenting and the Transmission of Values (pp. 283-304). New York: Wiley.

185. Valsiner, J. (1997). A construção subjetiva da intersubjetividade. Interfaces: Revista de Psicologia, 1, 1, 41-44.

186. Valsiner, J. (1997). Modelos psicológicos, modelos educativos. Una perspectiva histórico-cultural. In A. Álvarez (Ed.), Hacia un currículum cultural: la vigiencia de Vygotski en la educación (pp. 183-192). Madrid: Fundación Infancia y Aprendizaje.

187. Valsiner, J. (1997). Dialogical models of psychological processes: capturing dynamics of development. Polish Quarterly of Developmental Psychology, 3, 2, 155-160.

188. Valsiner, J. (1997). Attila tells his story… but do we listen? . Polish Quarterly of Developmental Psychology, 3, 4, 245-249.

189. Valsiner, J. (1997). Culture and the development of children’s action. 2nd ed. New York: Wiley.

190. Dodds, A.. E., Lawrence, J. A., & Valsiner, J. (1997). The personal and the social: Mead's theory of the 'generalized other' . Theory & Psychology, 7, 4, 483-503.

191. Valsiner, J. (1998). The development of the concept of development: Historical and epistemological perspectives. In W. Damon & R. Lerner (Eds.), Handbook of child psychology. 5th edition. Vol. 1. Theoretical models of human development (pp. 189-232). New York: Wiley.

192. Valsiner, J. (1998). Social sciences and little countries: when "big" may mean "small" and vice versa. TRAMES: A Journal of the Humanities and Social Science, 2 (whole 52/47), 1, 120-129.

193. Josephs, I. E., & Valsiner, J. (1998). How does autodialogue work? Miracles of meaning maintenance and circumvention strategies. Social Psychology Quarterly, 61, 1, 68-83.

194. Görlitz, D., Harloff, H.-J., Mey, G., & Valsiner, J. (Eds.) (1998). Children, cities, and psychological theories: Developing relationships. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter [688pp]

195. Valsiner, J. (1998). The pleasure of thinking: A glimpse into Karl Bühler's life. From Past to Future: Clark Papers on the History of Psychology, 1, 1, 15-35. [re-printed in J. Valsiner (Ed), Thinking in psychological science (pp. 69-95). New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction Publishers, 2007]

196. Lyra, M. C. D. P, & Valsiner, J. (Eds.) (1998). Child development within culturally structured environments. Vol. 4. Construction of psychological processes in interpersonal communication. Stamford, Ct.: Ablex Publishing Corporation.

197. Lyra, M. C. D. P., & Valsiner, J. (1998). Introduction: Process approach in sociogenesis. In M. C. D. P. Lyra & J. Valsiner, J. (Eds.), Child development within culturally structured environments. Vol. 4. Construction of psychological processes in interpersonal communication (pp. 1-11). Stamford, Ct.: Ablex Publishing Corporation.

198. Vasconcellos, V. M. R., & Valsiner, J. (1998). Making of personal place at 18 months of age. In M. C. D. P. Lyra & J. Valsiner, J. (Eds.), Child development within culturally structured environments. Vol. 4. Construction of psychological processes in interpersonal communication (pp. 85-101). Stamford, Ct.: Ablex Publishing Corporation.

199. Budwig, N., Valsiner, J., Bamberg, M. (1998). Situating Rogoff: The inter-disciplinary study of human development. Clark Working Papers on Developmental Psychology, 1, 1, 1-16.

200. Kohl de Oliveira, M. & Valsiner, J. (Eds.) (1998). Literacy in human development. Stamford, Ct.: Ablex Publishing Corporation.

201. Kohl de Oliveira, M. & Valsiner, J. (1998).Introduction: To be or not to be… literate. In M. Kohl de Oliveira & J. Valsiner (Eds.), Literacy in human development (pp. 1-12). Stamford, Ct.: Ablex Publishing Corporation.

202. Valsiner, J. (1998). The guided mind. Cambridge, Ma.: Harvard University Press.

203. Valsiner, J., & Branco, A. U. (1998). Moving from cognition to culture: A history revisited. Contemporary Psychology, 43, 11, 744-746

204. Valsiner, J. (1998). Dualisms displaced: from crusades to analytic distinctions. Human Development, 41, 350-354.

205. Valsiner, J. (1999). I create you to control me: A glimpse into basic processes of semiotic mediation. Human Development, 42, 26-30.

206. Gupta, S., & Valsiner, J. (1999). Mitos en los corazones: sugerencias implicitas en las historias. Educar: Revista de Educación (Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico), No. 9, 63-73.

207. Vorderer, P. & Valsiner, J. (1999). (Sozial-)Psychologie und Soziologie-- oder: Das Mikro-Makro-Problem (-Bewusstsein). In N. Groebem (Ed.), Zur Programmatik einer sozialwissenschaftlichen Psychologie. Bd. 1. 2. Halbband (pp. 115-149). Münster: Aschendorff

208. Josephs, I. E., Valsiner, J., & Surgan, S. E. (1999). The process of meaning construction. In J. Brandtstätdter and R. M. Lerner (Eds.), Action & self development (pp. 257-282). Thousand Oaks, Ca.: Sage.

209. Josephs, I. E., & Valsiner, J. (1999). Meaning-making and miracles: The creative inconsistency of the mind. In K. H. Reich, F. K. Oser & W. G. Scarlett (Eds.), Psychological studies on spiritual and religious development. Vol. 2. Being human (pp. 101-114).Lengerich: W. Pabst.

210. Gupta, S., & Valsiner, J. (1999). Coordination of speaking and acting in the second year of life. Mind, Culture & Activity, 6, 2, 143-159.

211. Valsiner, J. (1999). Partnership in the social world: Opportunities for science and practice. In R. Bibace, J. J. Dillon & B. N. Dowds (Eds), Partnerships in research, clinical, and educational settings (pp. xxi-xxvi). Stamford, Ct.: Ablex.

212. Valsiner, J. (1999). La cultura dentro de los processos psicölogicos: semiosis constructiva. Psicologia y Ciencia Social (UNAM-Iztacala) , 3, 1, 75-83.

213. Branco, A. U., & Valsiner, J. (1999). A questão do método na psicologia do desenvolvimento: uma perspectiva co-constructivista. In M. da Paz & A. Tamayo (Eds)., Escola, saúde e trabalho: estudos psicologicos (pp. 23-39). Brasilia, D.F.: Editora UnB.

214. Valsiner, J. (1999). Eliminating pseudoempiricism from psychology: A return to science. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 40, Suppl., 93-94.

215. Valsiner, J. (2000). Culture and human development. London: Sage (319 pp) [Chinese translation in 2007, Shanghai: East China Normal University Press. 441 pp]

216. Valsiner, J. (2000). Social consumption of cannibals [review of G. Jahoda, The images of savages: ancient roots of modern prejudice in Western culture. New York: Routledge, 1999]. Culture & Psychology, 6., 1, 88-96.

217. Valsiner, J. (2000). Data as representations: contextualizing qualitative and quantitative research strategies. Social Science Information, 39, 1, 99-113.

218. Valsiner, J. (2000). Entre a "Democracia da Literatura" e a paixao pela compreensão: Entendendo a dinâmica do desenvolvimento. Psicologia: Reflexão e critica, 13, 2, 319-325.

219. Valsiner, J., & van der Veer, R. (2000). The social mind: Construction of the idea. New York: Cambridge University Press. 488pp

220. Valsiner, J. (2000). Scaling the skyscraper of the contemporary social sciences [Review of D. Holland, W. Lachicotte, D. Skinner & C. Cain, Identity and agency in cultural worlds. Cambridge, Ma.: Harvard University Press, 1998]. Culture & Psychology, 6, 4, 495-501.

221. Valsiner, J. (2000). The fate of the forgotten: Chamberlain's work reconsidered. From Past to Future, 3, 1, 15-39. [re-printed in J. Valsiner (Ed), Thinking in psychological science (pp. 179-209). New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction Publishers, 2007, and in Integrative Physiological & Behavioral Science, 2005, 40, 4, 218-242 ]

222. Valsiner, J. (2000). Thinking through consequences: the perils of pragmatism. Revista de Historia de la Psicologia, 21, 4, 145-175.

223. Valsiner, J. (2001). Glory to the fools: ambiguities in development through play within games [Review of K.-P. Koepping (ed.), The games of gods and man]. Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung, 2, 1. [http://qualitative-research-net/fqs/fqs-eng.htm]

224. Valsiner, J. (2001). The first six years: Culture's adventures in psychology. Culture & Psychology, 7, 1, 5-48.

225. Valsiner, J. (2001). Contemplating self: From India to contemporary self-psychology [Book Review: A. Paranjpe’s Self and Identity in Modern Psychology and Indian Thought]. Culture & Psychology, 7, 1, 115-118.

226. Skinner, D., Valsiner, J., & Holland, D. (2001). Discerning the dialogical self: A theoretical and methodological examination of a Nepali adolescent’s narrative. Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung (on-line journal), 2, 3, 34 paragraphs.

227. Valsiner, J. (2001). Constructive curiosity of the human mind: Participating in Piaget. Introduction to the Transaction Edition of Jean Piaget's The child's conception of physical causality (pp. ix-xxii). New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction Publishers. [reproduced in Society, 2005, 42, 2, 57-62]

228. Valsiner, J. (2001). Process structure of semiotic mediation in human development. Human Development, 44, 84-97.

229. Valsiner, J. (2001). Comparative study of human cultural development. Madrid: Fundacion Infancia y Aprendizaje. 219pp.

230. Valsiner, J. (2002). Forms of dialogical relations and semiotic autoregulation within the self. Theory & Psychology, 12, 2, 251-265.

231. Valsiner, J. (2002). Mutualities under scrutiny: dissecting the complex whole of development. Social Development, 11, 2, 296-301.

232. Valsiner, J. (2002). Irreversibility of time and ontopotentiality of signs. Estudios de Psicologia, 23, 1, 49-59.

233. Valsiner, J. (2002). Talking and acting: Making change and doing development. Narrative Inquiry, 12, 1, 177-188.

234. Valsiner, J. (2002). Ethnography lost and found: Qualitative methodology between science, art, and social powers (Book Review, Handbook of Ethnography). Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung [on-line journal], 3, 2, 21 paragraphs.

235. Crawford, V. M., & Valsiner, J. (2002). Phenomenon, methodology and interpretation in the study of meaning: American women constructing themselves as mothers and career workers. Psychology and Developing Society, 14, 1, 91-129.

236. Valsiner, J. (2002). Buggers in the field: Researchers as tricksters in the universe of social sciences [Review of Klaus-Peter Köpping’s Shattering frames: Transgressions and transformations in anthropological discourse and practice. Berlin: Reimer Verlag, 2002]. Culture & Psychology, 8, 4, 489-495.

237. Thompson, N. S., & Valsiner, J. (2002). Doesn’t a dance require dancers? Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 25, 5, 641-642.

238. Valsiner, J., & Connolly, K. J. (Eds.) (2003). Handbook of developmental psychology. London: Sage.

239. Valsiner, J., & Connolly, K. J. (2003). The nature of development: The continuing dialogue of processes and outcomes. In J. Valsiner & K. J. Connolly (Eds), Handbook of developmental psychology (pp. ix-xviii). London: Sage.

240. Valsiner, J. (2003). Assumptions and knowledge construction: What can science learn from primate languages and cultures? In A. Toomela (Ed.), Cultural guidance in the development of the human mind (pp. 39-59). Westport, Ct.: Ablex.

241. Valsiner, J. (2003). Comparative methodology as the human condition: Conwy Lloyd Morgan and the use of animal models in science. From Past to Future, 4 (1), 1-9. Reprinted in R. Diriwächter and J. Valsiner (Eds), Striving for the whole: Creating theoretical syntheses (pp. 151-161). New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction Publishers, 2008.

242. Valsiner, J. (2003). Culture and its Transfer: Ways of Creating General Knowledge Through the Study of Cultural Particulars. In W. J. Lonner, D. L. Dinnel, S. A. Hayes, & D. N. Sattler (Eds.), Online Readings in Psychology and Culture (Unit 2, Chapter 12), (http://www.wwu.edu/~culture-- moved to http://orpc.iaccp.org ), Center for Cross-Cultural Research, Western Washington University, Bellingham, Washington USA. New: http://scholarworks.gvsu.edu/orpc/ edited by Wolfgang Friedlmeier

243. Valsiner, J. (2003). Upconscious processes in schooling. European Journal of School Psychology, 1, 1, 43-56.

244. Valsiner, J. (2003). Interaction and development: Accounting for emergence. In C. Raeff & J. B. Benson (eds.), Social and cognitive development in the context of individual, social, and cultural processes (pp. 13-34). London: Routledge.

245. Gupta, S., & Valsiner, J. (2003). Myths and minds: implicit guidance for human conduct. In I. E. Josephs (Ed), Dialogicality in development (pp. 179-195). Westport, Ct.: Praeger.

246. Valsiner, J. (2003). Editorial introduction: Beyond intersubjectivity. Culture & Psychology, 9, 3, 187-192.

247. Valsiner, J. (2003). The world according to psychology: numbers and knowledge. In A. Baltin & T. Niit (Eds), Psühholoogia rakendus ja rakenduspsühholoogia (pp. 7-10). Tallinn: Tallinn Pedagogical University.

248. Valsiner, J. (2003). Beyond social representations: A theory of enablement. Papers on Social representations, 12, 7.1-7.16 [http://www.psr.jku.at/]

249. Valsiner, J. (2003). Enabling theories of enablement: In search for a theory-method link. Papers on Social representations, 12, 7.1-7.16 [http://www.psych.lse.ac.uk/psr]

250. Lawrence, J. A., & Valsiner, J. (2003). Making personal sense: An account of basic internalization and externalization processes. Theory & Psychology, 13, 6, 723-752.

251. Valsiner, J. (2003). Sensuality and sense: Cultural construction of the human nature. Human Affairs (Bratislava),13, 151-162.

252. Joerchel, A. C. & Valsiner, J. (2004, January). Making Decisions About Taking Medicines: A Social Coordination Process [79 paragraphs]. Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research [On-line Journal], 5(1). Available at: http://www.qualitative-research.net/fqs-texte/1-04/1-04joerchelvalsiner-e.htm

253. Amin, T. G., & Valsiner, J. (2004). Coordinating operative and figurative knowledge: Piaget, Vygotsky, and beyond. In J. Carpendale & U. Müller (Eds.), Social interaction and the development of knowledge (pp. 87-109). Mahwah, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum.

254. Valsiner, J. (2004). Three years later: Culture in psychology—between social positioning and producing new knowledge. Culture & Psychology, 10, 1, 5-27.

255. Valsiner, J. (2004). Living through culture: new pathways to knowing. Foreword to N. Chaudhary, Listening to culture: constructing reality from everyday task (pp. 7-11). New Delhi: Sage.

256. Valsiner, J. (2004). El desarollo de las teorías del desarollo: la “Hollywoodización” de la cìencia y su impacto. Infancia y Aprendizaje, 27, 2, 147-154.

257. Valsiner, J. (2004). Cultural psychology today—personal introduction to the Ritsumeikan Symposium. Ritsumeikan Bulletin, 3, 108-118.

258. Diriwächter, Rainer, Valsiner, Jaan & Sauck, Christine (2004, November). Microgenesis in Making Sense of Oneself: Constructive Recycling of Personality Inventory Items [49 paragraphs]. Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research [On-line Journal], 6(1), Art. 11. Available at: http://www.qualitative-research.net/fqs-texte/1-05/05-1-11-e.htm

259. Valsiner, J. (2004). Glory and misery of fame in psychology: Hero myths in the making of a social science. History of Psychology and Psychology Studies, 6, 21-26. [Japanese Society for History of Psychology]

260. Valsiner, J. (2004). What to do with the whole? Implications from taking Ganzheitspsychologie seriously. From Past to Future, 5, 1, 85-87.

261. Abbey, E., & Valsiner, J. (2004). Emergence of meanings through ambivalence [58 paragraphs]. FQS: Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung [On-Line Journal], 6 (1), Art. 23. [www.qualitative-research-net/fqs-texte/1-05/05-1-23-e.htm]

262. Valsiner, J. (2004). Opening-and closing-of knowledge fields: new technologies and reconstructing the “social capital” within science. Culture & Psychology, 10, 4, 497-508.

263. Branco, A. U., & Valsiner, J. (Eds.) (2004). Communication and metacommunication in human development. Greenwich, Ct.: Information Age Publishers. 318 pp

264. Maciel, D., Branco, A. U., & Valsiner, J. (2004). Bidirectional process of knowledge construction in teacher-student transaction. In A. U. Branco & J. Valsiner (Eds.), Communication and metacommunication in human development (pp. 109-125). Greenwich, Ct.: Information Age Publishers.

265. Valsiner, J. (2004). Dialogues with personal futures. In A. U. Branco & J. Valsiner (Eds.), Communication and metacommunication in human development (pp. 227-247). Greenwich, Ct.: Information Age Publishers.

266. Branco, A. U., & Valsiner, J. (2004). Beyond narrative and discourse analysis: Communication and metacommunication reunited. In A. U. Branco & J. Valsiner (Eds.), Communication and metacommunication in human development (pp. 313-318). Greenwich, Ct.: Information Age Publishers.

267. Valsiner, J. (2004). Onde a realidade prevalence: uma nova sintese teórica para a ciência do desenvolvimento. In M. C. Rossetti-Ferreira, K de Souza Amorim, A. P. Soares da Silva & A. M. Almeida Carvalho (Eds). Rede de significações e o studio do desenvolvimento humano (pp. xi-xii). Porto Alegre: ArtMed Editora.

268. Valsiner, J. (Ed.) (2005). Heinz Werner and developmental science. New York: Kluwer Scientific/Plenum Publishers. [439 pp.]

269. Valsiner, J. (2005). Developmental science in the making: The role of Heinz Werner. In J. Valsiner (Ed.), Heinz Werner and developmental science (pp.1-17). New York: Kluwer Scientific/Plenum Publishers.

270. Valsiner, J. (2005). Recurring agendas: Integration of developmental science. . In J. Valsiner (Ed.), Heinz Werner and developmental science (pp. 391-424). New York: Kluwer Scientific/Plenum Publishers

271. Bibace, R., Laird, J. D., Noller, K. L., & Valsiner, J. (eds.) (2005). Science and medicine in dialogue: Thinking through particulars and universals. Westport, Ct.: Praeger [316 pp]

272. Bibace, R., Laird, J. D., Noller, K. L., & Valsiner, J. (2005). Universals and particulars in the practices of psychology and medicine: entering a dialogue. In R. Bibace, J. D. Laird, K. L. Noller, & J. Valsiner (Eds), Science and medicine in dialogue: Thinking through particulars and universals (pp. xiii-xxiv). Westport, Ct.: Praeger

273. Valsiner, J., Bibace, R., & LaPushin, T. (2005). What happens when a researcher asks a question? In R. Bibace, J. D. Laird, K. L. Noller, & J. Valsiner (Eds), Science and medicine in dialogue: Thinking through particulars and universals (pp. 275-288). Westport, Ct.: Praeger

274. Valsiner, J., Diriwächter, R., & Sauck, C. (2005). Diversity in unity: standard questions and nonstandard interpretations. . In R. Bibace, J. D. Laird, K. L. Noller, & J. Valsiner (Eds), Science and medicine in dialogue: Thinking through particulars and universals (pp. 289-307). Westport, Ct.: Praeger

275. Cole, M., & Valsiner, J. (2005). Actualizing potentials: learning through psychology’s recurrent crises. In D. B. Pillemer & S. H. White (Eds), Developmental psychology and social change (pp. 288-313). New York: Cambridge University Press.

276. Molenaar, P. C. M., & Valsiner, J. (2005). How generalization works through the single case: A simple idiographic process analysis of an individual psychotherapy case. International Journal of Idiographic Science, 1, 1-13. [www.valsiner.com]. Reprinted in S. Salvatore, J. Valsiner, S. Strout-Yagodzinsky and J. Clegg (Eds.),YIS: Yearbook of Idiographic Science 2008. Vol. 1 (pp. 23-38). Rome: Fireira Publishing, 2009.

277. Valsiner, J. (2005). Transformations and flexible forms: where qualitative psychology begins. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 4, 4, 39-57.

278. Valsiner, J. (2005). Attractors, repulsors, and directors: making Dynamic Systems Theory developmental. Annual Report 2003-2004 of Research and Clinical Center for Child Development, Graduate School of Education, Hokkaido University. Sapporo, No. 27, 13-25.

279. Wagoner, B., & Valsiner, J. (2005). Rating tasks in psychology: from static ontology to dialogical synthesis of meaning. In A. Gülerce, A. Hofmeister, I. Staeuble, G. Saunders and J. Kaye (Eds.), Contemporary theorizing in psychology: Global perspectives (pp. 197-213). Toronto: Captus Press.

280. Valsiner, J. (2005). Les risques d’une psychologie sociale appliqué. Hermès, 41, 91-99.

281. Valsiner, J. (2005). Zur Bedeutung des Nicht-Sichtbaren: Das Ausbleiben beobachtbarer Begennungen von Jung und Alt in der Stadtöffentlichkeit. In G. Mey (Ed.), Jung & Alt: Perspektiven im städtischen Raum (pp. 18-20). Köln: Kölner Studien Verlag.

282. Valsiner, J. (2005). Cultural psychology of educational intervention: who shall survive? In T. Mannarini, A. Perucca & S. Salvatore (Eds.), Quale Psicologia per la scuola del futuro? (pp. 91-97). Roma: Edizioni Carlo Amore.

283. Valsiner, J. (2005). Towards a new science of the person: The potentials of the critical personology of William Stern [Book Review of James Lamiell’s Beyond Individual and Group Differences, Sage, 2003]. Theory & Psychology, 15, 3, 401-406.

284. Valsiner, J., & Diriwächter, R. (2005). Qualitative Forschungsmethoden in historischen und epistemologischen Kontexten. In G. Mey (Ed.), Handbuch Qualitative Entwicklungspsychologie (pp. 35-55). Köln: Kölner Studien Verlag.

285. Abbey, E. & Valsiner, J. (2005). Poetiken des Selbst: Zwischen Ambivalenz, Bedeutung, Formlösigkeit und Wandel. Psychologie & Gesellschaftskritik, 29, 3/ 4 (whole No 115/116), 133-149.

286. Valsiner, J. (2005). Affektive Entwicklung im kulturellen Kontext. In J. B. Asendorpf (Ed.), Enzyklopädie der Psychologie. Vol. 3. Soziale, emotionale und Persönlichkeitsentwicklung (pp. 677-728). Göttingen: Hogrefe.

287. Abbey, E., & Valsiner, J. (2005). The making of somebody else: diagnostic labels, educational practices, and meaning-making. European Journal of School Psychology, 3, 1, 83-99.

288. Valsiner, J. (2005). Scaffolding within the structure of dialogical self: Hierarchical dynamics of semiotic mediation. New Ideas in Psychology, 23, 197-206.

289. Diriwächter, R. & Valsiner, J, (2006). Qualitative Developmental Research Methods in their Historical and Epistemological Contexts [53 paragraphs]. Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research [On-line Journal], 7(1), Art 8. Available at: http://www.qualitative-research.net/fqs-texte/1-06/06-1-8-e.htm.

290. Valsiner, J. (2006). Father in the White House? American children and the remaking of political orders. Introduction to R. Hess & J. Torney (2006), The development of political attitudes in children (pp. xv-xxii). New Brunswick, N.J.: Aldine Transaction.

291. Valsiner, J. (2006). The bearable aboutness of development: how persons make culture. In T. Zittoun, Transitions: Development through symbolic resources (pp. Ix-xi). Greenwich, Ct.: Information Age Publishers.

292. Valsiner, J. & Abbey, E. (2006). Ambivalence in focus: Remembering the life and work of Else Frenkel-Brunswik. Estudios de Psicologia, 27, 1, 9-17.

293. Valsiner, J. (2006). Ambivalence under scrutiny: returning to the future. Estudios de Psicologia, 27, 1, 117-130.

294. Sato, T., Yasuda, Y. , Kido ,A. , Takada , S and Valsiner, J. ( 2006) The discovery of the Trajectory Equifinality Model. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 5, 255-275.(In Japanese)

295. Valsiner, J. (2006). “Open access“ and its social context: new colonialism in the making? FQS: Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung, 7, 2, Art 23 [18 paragraphs] http://www.qualitative-research.net/fqs-texte/2-06/06-2-23-e.htm

296. Valsiner, J. (2006). Developmental epistemology and implications for methodology. In. R. M. Lerner (Ed.). Theoretical models of human development (pp. 166-209). Vol. 1 of Handbook of Child Psychology (W. Damon and R. M. Lerner, Eds.). 6th edition. New York: Wiley.

297. Valsiner, J., & Sato, T. (2006). Historically Structured Sampling (HSS): How can psychology’s methodology become tuned in to the reality of the historical nature of cultural psychology? In J. Straub, D. Weidemann, C. Kölbl & B. Zielke (Eds.), Pursuit of meaning (pp. 215-251). Bielefeld: transcript.

298. Valsiner, J. (2006). Touring the minds of recreational nomads. Editor’s Introduction. In A. Gillespie, Becoming other: from social interaction to self-reflection (pp. xiii-xvii). Greenwich, Ct.: Information Age Publishers.

299. Valsiner, J. (2006). Dangerous curves in knowledge construction within psychology: fragmentation of methodology. Theory & Psychology, 16, 5, 597-612.

300. Valsiner, J. (2006). The street. Khora II, 5, 69-84. [Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de Barcelona]

301. Valsiner, J. (2006) O espírito do afeto no corpo da racionalidade psicológica. In: M. T. C. C. de Souza and V. S. R. Bussab (Eds.), Razão e Emoção: diálogos em construção. (pp. 13-23). São Paulo: Casa do Psicólogo. (in Portuguese, translated from English by Lívia Mathias Simão).

302. Valsiner, J. (2006). The semiotic construction of solitude: Proceses of internalization and externalization. Töid märgisüsteemide alalt/ Sign System Studies (University of Tartu), 34, 1, 9-35.

303. Valsiner, J., & Salvatore, S. (Eds) (2006). Special Issue: The making of a psychologist: a school for life in the profession. European Journal of School Psychology, 4, 2, 127-441.

304. Salvatore, S., & Valsiner, J. (2006). Editorial introduction—“Am I really a psychologist?” Making sense of a super-human social role. European Journal of School Psychology, 4, 2, 127-149.

305. Valsiner, J. (Ed.) (2007). Thinking in psychological science: ideas and their makers. New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction Publishers.

306. Simão, L. M., & Valsiner, J. (Eds.) (2007). Otherness in question: labyrinths of the self. Charlotte, N.C.: Information Age Publishing.

307. Valsiner, J. (2007). Human development as migration: Striving towards the unknown. In L. M. Simão, L. M., & J.Valsiner (Eds.), Otherness in question: labyrinths of the self (pp. 349-378). Charlotte, N.C.: Information Age Publishing.

308. Richer, D., & Valsiner, J. (2007). The game of political debates: a play opf social representations. . In L. M. Simão, L. M., & J.Valsiner (Eds.), Otherness in question: labyrinths of the self (pp. 277-295). Charlotte, N.C.: Information Age Publishing.

309. Simão, L. M., & Valsiner, J. (2007). Multiple faces of otherness within the infinite labyrinths of the self. In L. M. Simão, L. M., & J.Valsiner (Eds.), Otherness in question: labyrinths of the self (pp. 393-405). Charlotte, N.C.: Information Age Publishing.

310. Gertz, S-H., Valsiner, J. & Breaux, J-P. (Eds.) (2007). Semiotic rotations: models of meanings in cultural worlds. Charlotte, N.C.: Information Age Publishers.

311. Josephs, I. E., & Valsiner, J. (2007). Developmental science meets culture: Cultural developmental psychology in the making. European Journal of Developmental Science, 1, 1, 47-64.

312. Valsiner, J. & Gertz, S-H. (2007). General conclusions. In S.-H. Gertz, J. Valsiner, J. & J.-P. Breaux (Eds.), Semiotic rotations: models of meanings in cultural worlds. (pp. 197-213). Charlotte, N.C.: Information Age Publishers.

313. Valsiner, J. (2007). Becoming integrative in science: Re-building contemporary psychology through interdisciplinary and international collaboration. IPBS: Integrative Psychological & Behavioral Science, 41, 1, 1-5

314. Valsiner, J. (2007). Probabilistic epigenesis as the central non-dogma of development. European Journal of Developmental Science, 1, 2, 101-122.

315. Valsiner, J. (2007). Personal culture and conduct of value. JSEC: Journal of Social, Evolutionary and Cultural Psychology, 1, 2-- www.jsecjournal.com

316. Grolnick, W. S., Farkas, M. S., Sohmer, R., Michaels, S., & Valsiner, J. (2007). Facilitating motivation in young adolescents: Effects of an after-school program. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 28, 332-344.

317. Valsiner, J. (2007). Constructing the internal infinity: dialogic structure of the internalization/externalization process. International Journal of Dialogical Science, 2, 1, 207-221. [http://ijds.lemoyne.edu/journal/2_1/index.html]

318. Valsiner, J. (2007). Culture in minds and societies. New Delhi: Sage. [Brazilian edition see # 395]. Japanese edition 2013, Tokyo, Shiyosha.

319. Valsiner, J., & Rosa, A. (Eds.) (2007). The Cambridge Handbook of Sociocultural Psychology. New York: Cambridge University Press. [729 pp]

320. Valsiner, J., & Rosa, A. (2007). Contemporary socio-cultural research: uniting culture, society, and psychology. In J. Valsiner & A. Rosa (Eds.), The Cambridge Handbook of Sociocultural Psychology (pp. 1-20) New York: Cambridge University Press.

321. Valsiner, J., & Rosa, A. (2007). The myth, and beyond: Ontology of psyche and epistemology of psychology. . In J. Valsiner & A. Rosa (Eds.), The Cambridge Handbook of Sociocultural Psychology (pp. 23-39) New York: Cambridge University Press.

322. Rosa, A., & Valsiner, J. (2007). Socio-cultural psychology on the move: semiotic methodology in the making. . In J. Valsiner & A. Rosa (Eds.), The Cambridge Handbook of Sociocultural Psychology (pp. 692-707) New York: Cambridge University Press.

323. Sato, T.,Yasuda, Y., Kido, A., Arakawa, A., Mizoguchi, H., and Valsiner,J. (2007). Sampling reconsidered: Idiographic science and the analyses of personal life trajectories. In J. Valsiner, J., & A. Rosa, A. (Eds.), Cambridge Handbook of Socio-Cultural Psychology (pp. 82-106). New York: Cambridge University Press.

324. Valsiner, J. (2007). Open intransitivity cycles in the processes of development and their methodological implications. In V. B. Bastos & N. M. D. Rocha (Eds), Psicologia: Novas direções no diálogo com outros campos de saber (pp.433-448). São Paulo: Casa do Psicologo.

325. Valsiner, J. (2007). Silent creativity and non-creative talk: Fascination with technologis as a metapresentational error. In D. W. Kritt and L. T. Winegar (Eds.), Education and technology: Critical perspectives, possible futures (pp. 89-97). Lanham, Md.: Lexington Books

326. Valsiner, J. (2007). Looking across cultural gender boundaries. IPBS: Integrative Psychological & Behavioral Science, 41, 3-4, 219-224.

327. Valsiner, J. (2007). Returning to the future of psychology: Cultural psychology and the study of mental self-regulatory processes. Intellectica, 2-3, No 46-47, 251-268.

328. Valsiner, J. (2007). Semiotic autoregulation: Dynamic sign hierarchies constraining the stream of consciousness. Sign System Studies 35, ½, 119-136.

329. Valsiner, J. (2008). The basics of trust: how culture matters. In I. Marková and A. Gillespie (Eds), Trust & Distrust: sociocultural perspectives (pp. ix-xvi). Charlotte, N.C.: Inormation Age Publishers.

330. Valsiner, J. (2008). The social and the cultural: where do they meet? In T. Sugiman, K. Gergen, W. Wagner and Y. Yamada (Eds), Meaning in action: Constructions, narratives, and representations (pp.273-287). Tokyo: Springer

331. Valsiner, J. (2008). Consciousness as a process: From the loneliness of William James to the buzzing and booming voices of contemporary science. IPBS: Integrative Psychological & Behavioral Science, 42, 1-5.

332. Diriwächter, R. and Valsiner, J. (Eds) (2008). Striving for the whole: Creating theoretical syntheses. New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction Publishers.

333. Diriwächter, R. and Valsiner, J. (2008). Preface: The past and future of the whole. In R. Diriwächter and J. Valsiner (Eds), Striving for the whole: Creating theoretical syntheses (pp. vii-xiii). New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction Publishers.

334. Valsiner, J., and Diriwächter, R. (2008). Conclusion: Returning to the whole—a new theoretical synthesis in the social sciences. In R. Diriwächter and J. Valsiner (Eds), Striving for the whole: Creating theoretical syntheses (pp. 211-237). New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction Publishers.

335. Valsiner, J. (2008). Foreword: Genesis of methodological innovation. In E. Abbey and R. Diriwächter (Eds.), Innovating genesis: Microgenesis and the constructive mind in action (pp. vii-ix). Charlotte, N.C.: Information Age Publishing.

336. Capezza, N. M. and Valsiner, J. (2008). The making of nonviolence: Affective self-regulation in a shooting game. In E. Abbey and R. Diriwächter (Eds.), Innovating genesis: Microgenesis and the constructive mind in action (pp. 67-91). Charlotte, N.C.: Information Age Publishing.

337. Valsiner, J. (2008). Open intransitivity cycles in development and education: pathways to synthesis. European Journal of Psychology of Education, 23, 2, 131-147.

338. Valsiner, J., and Han, G. (2008). Where is culture within the dialogical perspectives on the self? International Journal for Dialogical Science, 3, 1, 1-8.

339. Valsiner, J (2008). Kultuuripsühholoogia [Cultural psychology]. Keel ja Kirjandus, 51, 8-9, 675-683.(in Estonian). Reprinted in M Tamm (Ed.), Humanitaarteaduste metodoloogia (pp. 226-237). Tallinn: TLÜ Kirjastus, 2011.

340. Valsiner, J. (2008). Ornamented worlds and textures of feeling: The power of abundance. Outlines: Critical Social Studies, 10, 1, 67-78.

341. Krikonis, M., and Valsiner, J. (2008). The instant of being everywhere: Options and obstacles in technology-mediated education. Qwerty: Rivista italiana di tecnologia culture e formazione, 2, 65-72.

342. Valsiner, J. (2009). War in peace: Cultural regulation of the construction-destruction dynamic. In J de Rivera (Ed.), Handbook on building cultures of peace (pp. 43-55). New York: Springer.

343. Valsiner, J. (2009). Baldwin’s quest: A universal logic of development. In J. W. Clegg (Ed.), The observation of human systems: Lessons from the history of anti-reductionistic empirical psychology (pp.45-82). New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction Publishers.

344. Valsiner, J. (2009). Contextualizing learning: how activity theories can change our conventional research practices in the study of development. Human Development, 52, 69-76.

345. Bibace, R., Clegg, J., and Valsiner, J. (2009). What is in a name? Understanding the implications of participant terminology. IPBS: Integrative Psychological & Behavioral Science, 43, 1, 67-77

346. Valsiner, J. (2009). Integrating psychology within the globalizing world: A requiem to the post-modernist experiment with Wissenschaft. IPBS: Integrative Psychological & Behavioral Science, 43, 1, 1-21.

347. Valsiner, J. (2009). Cultural psychology today: Innovations and oversights. Culture & Psychology, 15, 1, 5-39.

348. Valsiner, J. (2009). Rethinking dialogicality: Solidity of theory amidst the flow of dialogues. In P Linell, Rethinking language, mind, and world dialogically (xxi-xxv). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers.

349. Salvatore, S., Valsiner, J., Strout-Yagodzinsky, S., and Clegg, J. (Eds) (2009). YIS: Yearbook of Idiographic Science 2008. Vol 1.. Rome: Fireira Publishing.

350. Salvatore, S., Valsiner, J. (2009). Idiographic science on its way: Towards making sense of psychology. In S. Salvatore, J. Valsiner, S. Strout-Yagodzinsky and J. Clegg (Eds.),YIS: Yearbook of Idiographic Science 2008. Vol. 1 (pp. 9-22). Rome: Fireira Publishing, 2009.

351. Valsiner, J., Molenaar, P. C. M., Lyra, M. C. D. P., and Chaudhary, N. (Eds.) (2009). Dynamic process methodology in the social and developmental sciences. New York: Springer [668 pp]

352. Valsiner, J. (2009). The culture of relating. In R. Sokol Chang (Ed.), Relating to environments (pp. xiii-xviii). Charlotte, N.C.: Information Age Publishers.

353. Valsiner, J. (2009). ヤーン・ヴァルシナー 2009 未来に向かう――過去を形成する 永続する 不確定性とともに生きる。 サトウタツヤ 編  『TEMではじめる質的研究――時間とプロセスを扱う研究をめざして』,誠信書房,第6章1節 [Facing the future--making the past: the permanent uncertainty of living Psychology from the TEM (In Japanese). In T. Sato (ed), Starting qualitative psychology on the TEM as a new method. Tokyo ; Seishin-shobo.

354. Valsiner, J., and Lescak, E. (2009). The wisdom of the web: learning from spiders. . In R. Sokol Chang (Ed.), Relating to environments (pp. 45-65). Charlotte, N.C.: Information Age Publishers.

355. Zimmerman, A. and Valsiner, J. (2009). The living, the un-living, and the hard-to-kill: acting and feeling on the boundary. In R. Sokol Chang (Ed.), Relating to environments (pp. 119-143). Charlotte, N.C.: Information Age Publishers.

356. Beckstead, Z., Cabell, K. R., and Valsiner, J. (2009). Generalizing through conditional analysis: Causality in the world of eternal becoming. Humana Mente, 11, 65-80. [http://www.humanamente.eu ]

357. Valsiner, J. (2009). Si, la mente s no lineal – y- que sigue? In R. Puche Navarro (Ed), Es la mente no lineal? (pp.139-145). Cali: Programa editorial Universidad del Valle.

358. Valsiner, J. (2009). Werner, Heinz, In R. Shweder (Ed.), The Child: An encyclopedic companion (p. 1034). Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

359. Valsiner, J. (2009). Between fiction and reality: Transforming the semiotic object. Sign System Studies 37.1, 99-113.

360. Valsiner, J (2009). The importance of being in-between. In A. C. Bastos and A. Rabinovich (Eds), Living in poverty: Developmental poetics of cultural realities (pp. ix-xii). Charlotte, N.C.: Information Age Publishers.

361. Valsiner, J. (2010). A persistent innovator: James Mark Baldwin reconsidered. Introduction to J. M. Baldwin, Genetic theory of reality (pp. xv-lix). New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction Publishers.

362. Valsiner, J. (2010). Why simple lessons from history are recurrently forgotten: The bubble of “epistemic markets”. Revista de Historia de la Psicologia, 31, 1, 81-94.

363. Salgado, J., and Valsiner, J. (2010). Dialogism and the eternal movement within communication. In C. Grant (Ed.), Beyond universal pragmatics: studies in the philosophy of communication (pp.101-121). Bern: Peter Lang.

364. Toomela, A., and Valsiner, J. (Eds.) (2010). Methodological thinking in psychology: 60 years gone astray? Charlotte, N.C.: Information Age Publishers.

365. Toomela, A., and Valsiner, J. (2010). Have sixty years really gone astray: Back to the future. In A. Toomela, and J. Valsiner (Eds.) (2010). Methodological thinking in psychology: 60 years gone astray? (pp. 325-337). Charlotte, N.C.: Information Age Publishers.

366. Sato, T., and Valsiner, J. (2010). Time in life and life in time: Between experiencing and accounting. Ritsumeikan Journal of Human Sciences, 20, 1, 79-92.

367. Branco, A. U., and Valsiner, J. (2010). Towards cultural psychology of affective processes: Semiotic regulation of dynamic fields. Estudios de Psicologia, 31, 3, 243-251.

368. Salvatore, S., and Valsiner, J. (2010). Between the general and the unique: Overcoming the nomothetic versus idiographic opposition. Theory & Psychology, 20, 6, 817-833.

369. Salvatore, S., Valsiner, J., Travers Simon, J., and Gennaro, A. (Eds). (2010). YIS-2: Yearbook of Idiographic Science 2009. Roma: Fireira & Luzio..

370. Salvatore, S., Valsiner, J., Travers Simon, J., and Gennaro, A. (Eds). (2010). YIS-3: Yearbook of Idiographic Science 2010. Roma: Fireira & Luzio.

371. Valsiner, J. (2011). The development of individual purposes: Creating actuality through novelty. In L. A. Jensen (Ed.), Bridging cultural and developmental approaches in psychology (pp. 212-234). New York: Oxford University Press.

372. Rosenbaum, P. J., and Valsiner, J. (2011). The un-making of a method: From rating scales to the study of psychological processes. Theory & Psychology, 21, 1, 47-65.

373. Valsiner, J. (2011). Pathways to loyalties—Cultural psychology of captivated minds. In M. Carretero, Constructing patriotism: Teaching history and memories in global worlds (pp. ix-xi ). Charlotte, N.C.: Information Age Publishing.

374. Valsiner, J. (2011). Psychology on its way towards knowledge: Limitations and opportunities. In S. M. Guedes Gondim and A. M. Chaves (Eds.), Práticas e Saberes Psicológicos e suas Conexões (pp. 23-40). Salvador, Ba.:UFBA.

375. Valsiner, J. (2011). Learning from the trade school—learning for life. In J.-F. Perret and A-N. Perret-Clermont, Apprenticeship in a changing trade (pp. vii-xi). Charlotte, N.C. : Information Age Publishers.

376. Valsiner, J. (2011). Constructing the vanishing present between the future and the past. Infancia y Aprendizaje, 34, 2, 141-150.

377. Lyra, M. C. D. P. & Valsiner, J. (2011). Historicity in development. Infancia y Aprendizaje, 34, 2, 195-203.

378. Wagoner, B., Gillespie, A., Valsiner, J., Zittoun, T., Salgado, J., and Simão, L. (2011). Repairing ruptures: Multivocality of analyses. In M. Märtsin, B. Wagoner, E-L. Aveling, I. Kadianaki and L. Whittaker (Eds.), Dialogicality in focus: Challenges to theory, method and application (pp. 105-128). New York: Nova Science Publishers.

379. Valsiner, J. (2011). Coordinating positions to arrive at change: Creative tension within the dialogical self framework. In M. Märtsin, B. Wagoner, E-L. Aveling, I. Kadianaki and L. Whittaker (Eds.), Dialogicality in focus: Challenges to theory, method and application (pp. 241-247). New York: Nova Science Publishers.

380. Cunha, C. A., Gonçalves, M., and Valsiner, J. (2011). Transforming self-narratives in psychotherapy: Looking at different forms of ambivalence in the change process. In R. A. Jones and M. Morioka (Eds.), Jungian and dialogical self perspectives (pp. 43-66 ). Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan.

381. Valsiner, J. (2011). Uneasiness of culture: The discontent with quantifying civilization in cultural psychology. In S. Salvatore and T. Zittoun (Eds.), Cultural psychology and psychoanalysis: Pathways to synthesis (pp. vii-x). Charlotte, N.C.: Information Age Publishers.

382. Cabell, K. R., and Valsiner, J. (2011). Affective hypergeneralization: Learning from psychoanalysis. In S. Salvatore and T. Zittoun (Eds.), Cultural psychology and psychoanalysis: Pathways to synthesis (pp. 87-113). Charlotte, N.C.: Information Age Publishers.

383. Valsiner, J., and Cabell, K. R. (2012). Self-making through synthesis: extending dialogical self theory. In H. J. M. Hermans and T. Gieser (Eds), Handbook of Dialogical Self Theory (pp. 82-97). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

384. Valsiner, J. (2012). Processes beyond contact: trusting ourselves—and the Other? In I. Marková and A. Gillespie (Eds.), Trust and conflict: Representation, culture and dialogue (pp. viii-xi). London: Routledge

385. Valsiner, J. (2012). The dynamics of trust and non-trust. In I. Marková and A. Gillespie (Eds.), Trust and conflict: Representation, culture and dialogue (pp. 49-69). London: Routledge.

386. Valsiner, J. (2012). Methods, methodology, and meaning: Psychology’s struggles in the game of “being a Science”. In E. Abbey and S. Surgan (Eds.), Emerging methods in psychology (pp. vii-x). New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction Publishers

387. Valsiner, J., and Rudolph, L. (2012). Who shall survive? Psychology that replaces quantification with qualitative mathematics. In E. Abbey and S. Surgan (Eds.), Emerging methods in psychology (pp. 121-140). New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction Publishers

388. Valsiner, J. (2012). Heinz Werner: A differentiation theory of development. In W. E. Pickren, D. A. Dewsbury and M. Wertheimer (Eds.), Portraits of pioneers in developmental psychology (pp.37-49 ). New York: Psychology Press.

389. Valsiner, J. (2012). A guided science: History of psychology in the mirror of its making. New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction Publishers.

390. Valsiner, J. (Ed.) (2012). The Oxford Handbook of Culture and Psychology. New York: Oxford University Press [1128 pp]

391. Valsiner, J. (2012). Introduction: Culture in psychology: A renewed encounter of inquisitive minds. In J. Valsiner (Ed.) (2012). The Oxford Handbook of Culture and Psychology (pp. 3-24). New York: Oxford University Press

392. Valsiner, J. (2012). Psychology courting culture: Future directions and their implications. In J. Valsiner (Ed.) (2012). The Oxford Handbook of Culture and Psychology (pp. 1092-1104).New York: Oxford University Press

393. Watzlawik, M. and Valsiner, J. (2012). The making of magic: Cultural construction of the mundane supernatural. In J. Valsiner (Ed.) (2012). The Oxford Handbook of Culture and Psychology (pp. 783-795). New York: Oxford University Press.

394. Bastos, A. C., Uriko, K., and Valsiner, J. (Eds.) (2012). Cultural dynamics of women’s lives. Charlotte, N.C.: Information Age Publishers.

395. Valsiner, J. (2012). Mundos da Mente, Mundos da Vida: Fundamentos da Psicologia Cultural. Translated by Ana Cecilia Bastos. Porto Alegre, RS: Artmed. [in Portuguese, 356 pp, translation of # 318]

396. Valsiner, J. (2012). The race that meets the eye: An unexplored asset in the social sciences. In L. Mizok and D. A. Harkins, Researcher Race: Social constructions in the research process (pp. ix-xii). Charlotte, N.C.: Information Age Publishing.

397. Valsiner, J. (2012). La dialéctica en el studio del desarrollo. In J. A. Castorina and M. Carretero (Eds), Desarrollo cognitive y educacíón. Vol 1. (pp. 138-162). Buenos Aires: Paidos. [Portuguese translation: Valsiner, J. (2014). La dialectica no estido do desenvolvimento. In J. A. Castorina and M. Carretero (Eds.), Desenvolvimento cognitivo e educação. Vol. 1. Os inicios do conhecimento (pp. 127-149). Porto Alegre, RGS: Penso]

398. Valsiner, J. (2012). Restoring Piaget to the World: Back to construct the future. In E. Martí and C. Rodríguez (Eds.), After Piaget (pp.ix-xv). New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction Publishers.

399. Valsiner, J. (2012). Three species in a zoo: Notes from a cultural hinterland of biosemiotics. In T. Maran, K. Lindström, R. Magnus and M. Tonnesen (Eds.), Semiotics in the wild (pp. 165-175 ) Tartu: University of Tartu Press.

400. Branco, A. U., and Valsiner, J. (Eds. (2012). Cultural psychology of human values. Charlotte, N.C.: Information Age Publishers.

401. Branco, A. U., and Valsiner, J. (2012). Values as culture in self and society. In A. U. Branco and J. Valsiner (Eds.), Cultural psychology of human values (pp. vi-xviii ). Charlotte, N.C.: Information Age Publishers.

402. Velmezova, E., and Valsiner, J. (2012). The eternal return to the issue of “primitive thought”:: Lev Vygotsky and N. Marr looking at L. Lévy-Bruhl. RIFL, 6, 2, 228-234. [DOI 10.4396/20120720]

403. Salvatore, S., Gennaro, A., and Valsiner, J. (Eds.) (2012). Making sense of infinite uniqueness. Vol 4 of YIS: Yearbook of Idiographic Science. Charlotte, N.C.: Information Age Publishers.

404. Valsiner, J., and Salvatore, S. (2012). How idiographic science could create its own terminology. In S. Salvatore, S., A. Gennaro, A., and Valsiner, (Eds.) (2012). Making sense of infinite uniqueness. Vol 4 of YIS: Yearbook of Idiographic Science. Charlotte, N.C.: Information Age Publishers.

405. Valsiner, J (2012). Monuments in our minds: Historical symbols as cultural tools. In M. Carretero, M. Asensio and M. Rodriguez-Moneo (Eds.), History Education and the Construction of National Identities (pp.327-345). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers.

406. Valsiner, J. (2012). Voices as vehicles: How the mind can go beyond its local context. In M-C. Bertau, M.M. Gonçalves and P. T. E. Raggatt (Eds.), Dialogic Formations: Investigations into the origins of development and dialogical self (pp.xxi-xxv). Charlotte, N.C.: Information Age Publishers.

407. Valsiner, J. (2012). Prefacio. In A. Branco and M. C. Oliveira (Eds.), Diversidade e cultura da paz na escolar: Contribuiçiões da perspectiva sociocultural (pp. 7-9). Porto Alegre: Editora Mediação.

408. Valsiner, J. (2013).From ruptures to rich points: How education enables development. In M. B. Ligorio and M. César (Eds), Dialogical learning and dialogical self (pp.ix-xii). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers

409. Rudolph, L. and Valsiner, J. (2013). Mathematical models and social representation. In L. Rudolph (Ed.), Qualitative mathematics for the sociall sciences (pp. 1-36). London: Routledge.

410. Poddiakov, A. N., and Valsiner, J. (2013). Intransitivity cycles and their transformations: How dynamically adapting systems function. In L. Rudolph (Ed.), Qualitative mathematics for the social sciences (pp. 343-391). London: Routledge.

411. Valsiner, J. (2013). Breaking a social taboo: Introspection restored. In J. Clegg (Ed.), Self-observation in the social sciences (vii-xiii). New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction Publishers.

412. Valsiner, J. (2013). The idea that will live: Genetic social psychology. In S. Moscovici, S. Jovchelovitch and B. Wagoner (Eds.), Development as a social process: Contributions of Gerard Duveen (pp.ix-x). London: Routledge.

413. Valsiner, J. (2013). Participating in John Dewey: Responsibility in focus. In S. Brinkmann, John Dewey: Science for a changing world.(pp. vii-xi) New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction Publishers.

414. Marsico G., Cabell K. R., Valsiner J., Kharlamov N.A., (2013). Interobjectivity as a Border: The fluid dynamics of “Betweenness”. In G. Sammut, P. Daanen, and F. Moghaddam (Eds.) Understanding the Self and Others: Explorations in intersubjectivity and interobjectivity. (pp.51-65) London: Routledge
415. Valsiner, J. (2013). Liminality of education: The importance of border zones. In G. Marsico, K. Komatsu and A. Iannaccone (Eds.), Crossing boundaries: Intercontextual dynamics between family and school (pp. vii-x). Charlotte, N.C.: Information Age Publishers.

416. Zittoun, T., Valsiner, J., Vedeler, D., Salgado, J., Gonçalves, M. and Ferring, D. (2013). Melodies of living. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

417. Valsiner, J. (2013). Novas vozes na ciencia do desenvolvimebnto vindas do Nordeste: Movendo-se para o Futura. In K. Moutinho, P. Villachan-Lyra anf A Santa-Clara (Eds), Novas tendencias em psicologia do desenvolvimento: teoroa, pesquisa e intervenção (pp. 6-8). Recide: UFPE Editora

418. Valsiner, J. (2013). Complejidad en context: el futuro potencial de la psicologia cultural. In M. Esteban-Guitart, Principios y aplicaciones de la psicologia cultural (pp. 9-12). Buenos Aires: Miño y Davila.

419. Valsiner, J. (2013). Creating sign hierarchies: Social representation in its dynamic context. Papers on Social Representations, 22, 16.1-16.32.

420. Valsiner, J. (2014). Cultural phenomenology and social relevance. In Y. Omi, L. Rodriguez and M.C. Peralta Gomez (Eds.), Lives and relationships: Culture in transition between social roles (pp. xi-xiv). Charlotte: Information Age Publishers.

421. Valsiner, J. (2014). Liberty through education: Feeling into the World. . In M. Montessori, The Montessori Method.(pp. xi-xx) New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction Publishers.


422. Chaudhary, N., Anandalakshmy, S, and Valsiner, J. (Eds.) (2014). Cultural realities of being: Abstract ideas within everyday lives. London: Routledge.

423. Valsiner, J., Chaudhary, N., and Anandalakshmy, S. (2014).Learning to understand humanity—looking from India, and beyond. In N. Chaudhary, S. Anandalakshmy and J. Valsiner (Eds.), Cultural realities of being: Abstract ideas within everyday lives. (pp. 182-201). London: Routledge

424. Cabell, K. R., and Valsiner, J. (Eds.) (2014). The catalyzing mind: Beyond models of causality. Vol, 11 of Advances of Theoretical Psychology. New York: Springer.

425. Cabell, K. R., and Valsiner, J. (2014). Systematic systemics: Causality, catalysis, and developmental cybernetics. In K. R. Cabell and J. Valsiner (Eds.), The catalyzing mind: Beyond models of causality (pp. 3-13) New York: Springer.

426. Valsiner, J. (2014). Breaking the arrows of causality: The idea of catalysis in its making. In K. R. Cabell and J. Valsiner (Eds.), The catalyzing mind: Beyond models of causality (pp. 17-32) New York: Springer.

427. Valsiner, J. (2014). Needed for cultural psychology: Methodology in a new key. Culture & Psychology, 20, 1, 3-30.

428. Valsiner, J. (2014). Cultural psychology and its future: Complementarity in a new key In B. Wagoner, N. Chaudhary and P. Hviid (Eds.), Cultural psychology and its future: Complementarity in a new key (pp. 3-30). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers

429. Valsiner, J. (2014). Complementarity transformed: Constructing freedom on the border. In B. Wagoner, N. Chaudhary and P. Hviid (Eds.), Cultural psychology and its future: Complementarity in a new key (pp. 181-193). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers.

430. Sato, T., Yasuda, Y., Kanzaki, M., and Valsiner, J. (2014). From describing to reconstructing life trajectories. In B. Wagoner, N. Chaudhary and P. Hviid (Eds.), Cultural psychology and its future: Complementarity in a new key (pp. 93-105). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers.

431. Valsiner, J. (2014). Handling the creative process: The importance of fooling around. In L. Tanggaard, Fooling around: creative learning pathways (pp. vii-xi). Charlotte, N.C.: Information Age Publishers.

432. Valsiner, J. (2014). Epigenetik und Entwicklung: Drei Kontrollmodelle. In Vanessa Lux and Jörg Thomas Richter (Eds.), Kulturen der Epigenetik: Verebt, codiert, übertragen (pp. 151-164). Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.

433. Salvatore, S., and Valsiner, J. (2014). Outlines of a general psychological theory of psychological intervention. Theory & Psychology, 24, 2, 217-232.

434. Valsiner, J. (2014). What cultural psychologies need: Generalizing theories. Culture & Psychology, 20, 2, 147-159.

435. Valsiner, J. (2014). Understanding political processes: A new arena for cultural psychology. In T. Magioglou (Ed.), Culture and political psychology: A societal perspective (pp. ix-xii). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers.

436. Salvatore, S., Gennaro, A., and Valsiner, J. (Eds.) (2014). Multicentric identities in a globalizing world. Vol 5 of YIS: Yearbook of Idiographic Science. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers.

437. Valsiner, J., and van der Veer, R. (2014). Encountering the border: Vygotsky’s zona blizaishego razvitya and its implications for theory of development. In A. Yasnitsky, R. van der Veer and M. Ferrari (Eds.), The Cambridge Handbook of Cultural-Historical Psychology (pp. 148-173). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

438. Valsiner, J (2014). An invitation to cultural psychology. London: Sage. [Italian edition: Valsiner, J. (2017). Mente e cultura: La psicologia come scienza dekll’uomo. Roma: Carrocci Editore]

439. Valsiner, J. (2014). Editorial: Functional reality of the quasi-real: Gegenstandstheorie and cultural psychology today. Culture & Psychology, 20, 3, 285-307.

440. Valsiner, J. (2014). Psychology at point zero: Guilty or not guilty? In S. H. Klempe, Kierkegaard and the rise of modern psychology (pp. ix-xii). New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers.

441. Valsiner, J. (2014). Research as search for beauty. In M. C.D. P Lyra, A. F. Garvey, M. Silva and E.C. Chaves (Eds.), Microgenese: Estudo do processo de mudança (pp. 7-8). Recife, PE: Editora UFPE

442. Glaveanu, V.-P., Gillespie, A., and Valsiner, J. (Eds.) (2015). Rethinking creativity: Contributions from social and cultural psychology. London: Routledge.

443. Valsiner, J., Glaveanu, V.-P., and Gillespie, A. (2015). Entering into the creativity zone on the border between the mundane and the monstrous. In V-P. Glaveanu, A. Gillespie and J. Valsiner (Eds), ). Rethinking creativity: Contributions from social and cultural psychology. (pp, xv-xxi). London: Routledge.

444. Gruber, C. W., Clark, M. G.., Klempe, S. H. and Valsiner, J. (Eds.) (2015). Constraints on agency: Explorations of theory in everyday life. Vol 12. Annals of Theoretical Psychology. New York: Springer [ISBN 978-3-319-10129-3, 276 pp]

445. Valsiner, J. (2015). Historical leads for theory construction in psychology. In C. W. Gruber, M. G. Clark, S. H. Klempe, S. H. and J. Valsiner, J. (Eds.), Constraints on agency: Explorations of theory in everyday life. Vol 12. Annals of Theoretical Psychology (pp. 45-48) New York: Springer.

446. Valsiner, J. (2015). Psychology’s purgatory: Situating the theoretical construction of agency. In C. W. Gruber, M. G. Clark, S. H. Klempe, S. H. and J. Valsiner, J. (Eds.), Constraints on agency: Explorations of theory in everyday life. Vol 12. Annals of Theoretical Psychology (pp. 171-173) New York: Springer.

447. Valsiner, J. (2015). Connecting cultural psychology with psychoanalysis: How pragmatism matters. In P. Rosenbaum (Ed.), Making our ideas clear: Pragmatism in psychoanalysis. (pp ix-xii). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers.

448. Valsiner, J. (2015). From person-oriented to person-centered psychology: Abstracting structures of relationships. Journal for Person-Oriented Research, 1 (1-2), 7-14. DOI: 10.17505/jpor.2015.02

449. Valsiner, J. (2015). The place for synthesis: Vygotsky’s analysis of affective generalization. History of the Human Sciences, 28, 2, 93-102.

450. Valsiner, J. (2015). Negotiating novelty: How cultural psychology looks at organizational dynamics. In R. Garud, B. Simpson, A. Langley and H. Tsoukas (Eds), The emergence of novelty in organizations (pp. 103-128).. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

451. Valsiner, J. (2015). Finnish baroque of existential semiotics: Eero Tarasti’s musical synthesis of the voluptuous dance of signs. Culture & Psychology, 21, 1, 137-141.

452. Marsico, G., Chaudhary, N., Valsiner, J., and Lyberth, M. (2015). Maintenance of family networks: Centrality of peripheral communication. Psychological Studies, 60, 2 [DOI 10.10007/s12646-015-0308-8]

453. Valsiner, J., and Brinkmann, S. (2015). Could presentism in the histories of psychology actually be futuristic? Psychological Studies, 60, 2 [DOI 10.10007/s12646-015-0310-1]

454. Valsiner, J. (2015). Observational phenomenology in the making: Learning from Martha Muchow. In G. Mey and H. Günther (Eds), The life space of the urban child: Perspectives on Martha Muchow’s classic study (pp vii-x). New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers

455. Valsiner, J. (2015). The value of the liminal position. In A. Dost-Gözkan and D. Sonmez Keith (Eds., Norms, groups, conflict and social change: Rediscovering Muzafer Sherif’s psychology (pp vii-x). New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers.

456. Valsiner, J. (2015). From recursivity to precursivity: Making psychology generative. In Z, Beckstead (Ed.), Cultural Psychology of Recursive Processes (pp. vii-x). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers.

457. Simão, L. M., Guimarães, D. S. and Valsiner, J. (Eds.) (2015). Temporality: Culture in the flow of human experience. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers.

458. Sammut, G., Andreouli, E., Gaskell, G., and Valsiner, J. (Eds) (2015). The Cambridge handbook of social representations. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

459. Sammut, G., Andreouli, E., Gaskell, G., and Valsiner, J. (2015). Social representations: a revolutionary paradigm In G. Sammut, E. Andreouli, G. Gaskell, G., and J. Valsiner (Eds.) The Cambridge handbook of social representations (pp. 3-11).Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

460. Valsiner, J. (2015). Generalization is possible only from a single case (and from a single instance). In B. Wagoner, N. Chaudhary and P. Hviid (Eds.), Integrating experiences: Body and mind moving between contexts (pp. 233-244). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers.

461. Nedergaard, J. I., Valsiner, J., and Marsico, G. (2015). “I am not that kind of…”: Personal relating with social borders. In B. Wagoner, N. Chaudhary and P. Hviid (Eds.), Integrating experiences: Body and mind moving between contexts (pp. 245-263). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers.

462. Tateo, L., and Valsiner, J. (2015). Time breadth of psychological theories: A meta-theoretical analysis. Review of General Psychology,19, 3, 357-364.

463. Valsiner, J., Marsico, G., Chaudhary, N., Sato, T., and Dazzani, V. (Eds.) (2016). Psychology as the science of human being. Cham: Springer.

464. Valsiner, J. (2015). The purpose of purpose. In G. Marsico (Ed.), Jerome S. Bruner beyond 100: Cultivating possibilities (pp. 79-86). Cham: Springer.

465. Valsiner, J. (2015). Where are you, Culture & Psychology? Making of an interdisciplinary field. Culture & Psychology, 21, 4, 419-428.

466. Valsiner, J. (2015). Hierarquias de signos: Representaçao social no seu context dinamico. In J. C. Jesuino, F. R. P. Mendes and M. J. Lopes (Eds.), A representaçoes sociais nas sociedades em mudança (pp. 29-58). Petropolois: Editora Vozes.

467. Valsiner, J. (2016). New synthesis: A dynamic theory of sense-making. In S. Salvatore, Psychology in black and white (pp. xvii-xx). Charlote, NC: Information Age Publishers.

468. Watzlawik, M., Kriebel, A., and Valsiner, J. (Eds.) (2016). Particulars and universals in clinical and developmental psychology: Critical reflections (A book honoring Roger Bibace). Charlotte, NC.: Information Age Publishers.

469. Valsiner, J. (2016). Not a mind reader. In M. Watzlawik, A. Kriebel and J. Valsiner (Eds.). Particulars and universals in clinical and developmental psychology: Critical reflections (A book honoring Roger Bibace). (pp. 273-276). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers.

470. Valsiner, J. (2016). Discovering the real America. In D. S. Guimaraes /Ed.), Amerindian paths: Guiding dialogues with psychology. (pp. ix-xii). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers.

471. Valsiner, J. (2016). The importance of being a vocabulary. In V-P. Glaveanu, L. Tanggaard and C. Wegener (Eds.), Creativity—a new vocabulary (pp. ix-x). London: Palgrave MacMillan.

472. Valsiner, J. (2016). The nomothetic function of the idiographic approach: Looking from inside out. Journal of Person-Oriented Research, 2, 1-2, 5-15. DOI 10.17505/jpor:2016.02

473. Valsiner, J. (2016). The importance of nothing. In J. Bang and. Winther-Lindqvist (Eds.), Nothingness (pp. vii-x). New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers.

474. Valsiner, J. (2016). The voice of music in cultural psychology. In S. H. Klempe (Ed.), Cultural psychology of musical experience (pp.ix-xii). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers.

475. Sato, T., Mori, N, and Valsiner, J. (Eds.) (2016). Making of the future: The Trajectory Equifinality Approach in Cultural Psychology. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers.

476. Zittoun, T. and Valsiner, J. (2016). Imagining the past and remembering the future. In T. Sato, N. Mori, and J. Valsiner, (Eds.) (2016). Making of the future: The Trajectory Equifinality Approach in Cultural Psychology (pp. 3-19 Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers.

477. Valsiner, J., and Brinkmann, S. (2016). Beyond the “variables”: Developing metalanguage in psychology. In S. H. Klempe and R. Smith (Eds.), Centrality of history for theory construction in psychology (pp. 75-90). New York: Springer.

478. Valsiner, J. (2016). Intervention: a systemic transformation within a single instance. In G. Sammut, J. Foster, S. Salvatore and R. Andrisano-Ruggieri (Eds.), Methods of psychological intervention. Vol 7 Yearbook of Idiographic Science (pp. xi-xiv). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers.

479. Szulevicz, T., Eckerdal, R. M, Marsico, G., and Valsiner, J. (2016). When disruptive behavior meets outcome-based education. Psihologija, 49, 4, 447-468.

480. Carré, D., Valsiner, J., and Hampl, S. (Eds.) (2017). Representing development: The social construction of models of change. Abington, Ox-UK: Routledge.

481. Hampl, S., Carré, D., and Valsiner, J. (2017). Introduction: Going forwards to move backwards- understanding the shortcomings of developmental science. . In D. Carre, J. Valsiner, and S. Hampl (Eds.) Representing development: The social construction of models of change (pp. 1-7). Abington, Ox-UK: Routledge.

482. Valsiner, J. (2017). Beyond the three snares: Implications of James’ “psychologist’s fallacy” in the 21st century. New Ideas in Psychology. 46. 26-30

483. Valsiner, J. (2017). Making sense of self-completing wholes: epistemological travels of Hans Driesch. In D. Carré, J. Valsiner, and S. Hampl (Eds.) Representing development: The social construction of models of change (pp. 28-48). Abington, Ox-UK: Routledge.

484. Valsiner, J. (2017). The passion of Bob Cairns: creating developmental science. In D. Carré, J. Valsiner, and S. Hampl (Eds.) Representing development: The social construction of models of change (pp. 71-91). Abington, Ox-UK: Routledge.

485. Carré, D., Valsiner, J., and Hampl, S. (2017). General conclusion: Representing development, the social construction of models of change. . In D. Carre, J. Valsiner, and S. Hampl (Eds.) Representing development: The social construction of models of change (pp. 194-197). Abington, Ox-UK: Routledge.

486. Valsiner, J. (2017). Imagining a new science of psychology. In L. Tateo (Ed.), Giambattista Vico and the New Psychological Science (pp. vii-ix). New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction Publishers.

487. Valsiner, J. (2017). Beyond the brain to practice: Contextualizing memory and learning. In A. Mäkitalo, P. Linell and R. Säljo (Eds), Memory practices and learning: Interactional, institutional and sociocultural perspectives (pp. i-iv). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers.

488. Marsico, G., and Valsiner, J. (2017). Making history: Apprehending future while reconstructing the past. In A. Mäkitalo, P. Linell and R. Säljo (Eds), Memory practices and learning: Interactional, institutional and sociocultural perspectives (pp. 347-364). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers.

489. Valsiner, J. (2017). Key focus for psychology: Culturally patterned subjectivity es. In Min Han and C. Cunha (Eds.), The subjectified and subjectifying mind (pp. ix-xi). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publisher.

490. Valsiner, J. (2017). Caring for health care. In M. Freda and R De Luca Picione (Eds.), Healthcare and culture: Subjectivity in medical contexts (pp.xi-xii). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers.

491. Valsiner, J. (2017). Active and developing patterns: Remembering into the future. In B. Wagoner. The constructive mind: Bartlett’s psychology in reconstruction (pp. vii-x). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

492. Valsiner, J. (2017). A semiotic approach to creativity: Resources for re-contextualization. In V.-P. Glaveanu (Ed.), The Palgrave Handbook of Creativity and Culture research (pp 189-204). London: Palgrave.

493. Valsiner, J. (2017). The Sinnlichkleit of panoramic experience. In B. Wagoner, I. Bresco de Luna and S. Awad (Eds.), The psychology of imagination (pp. 103-120). Charlotte, NC: Information Age.

494. Marsico, G., and Valsiner, J. (2017). Spaces in-between: The arena for development. In A. Rayner, The origin of life patterns in the natural inclusion of space in flux (pp vii-x). Cham, CH: Springer.

495. Valsiner, J., and De Luca Picione, R. (2017). La regolazione dinamica dei processi affetivi attraverso la mediazione semiotica. Rivista Internazionale di Filosofia e Psicologia, 8, 1, 80-109 [DOI 10.4453/nfp.2017.0006]

496. Valsiner, J. (2017). Between self and societies: Creating psychology in a new key. Edited by Maaris Raudsepp. Tallinn: Tallinn University Press.

497. Valsiner, J. (2017). The opulent solitude of social science: why reality matters? In M. Raudsepp (Ed), Jaan Valsiner: Between self and societies—Cultural psychology in a new key (pp. 25-30). Tallinn: Tallinn University Press.
498. Valsiner, J. (2017). The world according to psychology: numbers and knowledge. In M. Raudsepp (Ed), Jaan Valsiner: Between self and societies—Cultural psychology in a new key (pp. 31-35)). Tallinn: Tallinn University Press.
499. Valsiner, J. (2017). Climbing the sacred mountain of knowledge: psychology at its eternal crossroads. In M. Raudsepp (Ed), Jaan Valsiner: Between self and societies—Cultural psychology in a new key (pp. 36-58). Tallinn: Tallinn University Press.
500. Valsiner, J. (2017). Retrospect 1: A personal trajectory by a psychologist who still is not sure he is one. In M. Raudsepp (Ed), Jaan Valsiner: Between self and societies—Cultural psychology in a new key (pp. 59-66). Tallinn: Tallinn University Press.
501. Valsiner, J. (2017). From double stars to dialogical self. In M. Raudsepp (Ed), Jaan Valsiner: Between self and societies—Cultural psychology in a new key (pp. 67-90) . Tallinn: Tallinn University Press.
502. Pizzarroso, N., and Valsiner, J. (2017). Why developmental psychology is not developmental? In M. Raudsepp (Ed), Jaan Valsiner: Between self and societies—Cultural psychology in a new key (pp. 91-125). Tallinn: Tallinn University Press.
503. Valsiner, J. (2017). Retrospect 2: Why bother about theory construction? In M. Raudsepp (Ed), Jaan Valsiner: Between self and societies—Cultural psychology in a new key (pp. 126-130). Tallinn: Tallinn University Press.
504. Valsiner, J. (2017). Culture, development and methodology. In M. Raudsepp (Ed), Jaan Valsiner: Between self and societies—Cultural psychology in a new key (pp. 121-139). Tallinn: Tallinn University Press.
505. Valsiner, J. (2017). Functional culture—the central theme for theoretical constructs in human psychology. In M. Raudsepp (Ed), Jaan Valsiner: Between self and societies—Cultural psychology in a new key (pp. 140-159). Tallinn: Tallinn University Press.
506. Valsiner, J. (2017). Retrospect 3: Megacomplexesof culture lead to the need to develop transformational methodology. In M. Raudsepp (Ed), Jaan Valsiner: Between self and societies—Cultural psychology in a new key (pp. 160-164). Tallinn: Tallinn University Press.
507. Valsiner, J. (2017). Embracing semiotic psychology as it could be: maybe. In M. Raudsepp (Ed), Jaan Valsiner: Between self and societies—Cultural psychology in a new key (pp. 165-169). Tallinn: Tallinn University Press.
508. Valsiner, J. (2017). The overwhelming world. In M. Raudsepp (Ed), Jaan Valsiner: Between self and societies—Cultural psychology in a new key (pp. 170-191). Tallinn: Tallinn University Press.
509. Branco, A., Valsiner, J. (2017). Values as signs In M. Raudsepp (Ed), Jaan Valsiner: Between self and societies—Cultural psychology in a new key (pp. 192-200). Tallinn: Tallinn University Press.
510. Valsiner, J. (2017). Retrospect 4: Abundance. In M. Raudsepp (Ed), Jaan Valsiner: Between self and societies—Cultural psychology in a new key (pp. 201-206). Tallinn: Tallinn University Press.
511. Valsiner, J. (2017). Cultural psychology of educational intervention: who shall survive? In M. Raudsepp (Ed), Jaan Valsiner: Between self and societies—Cultural psychology in a new key (pp. 207-216). Tallinn: Tallinn University Press.
512. Valsiner, J. (2017). Missions in history and history through mission: inventing better worlds for humankind. In M. Raudsepp (Ed), Jaan Valsiner: Between self and societies—Cultural psychology in a new key (pp. 217-235). Tallinn: Tallinn University Press.
513. Valsiner, J. (2017). Assessment and its discontents. In M. Raudsepp (Ed), Jaan Valsiner: Between self and societies—Cultural psychology in a new key (pp. 236-249). Tallinn: Tallinn University Press.
514. Valsiner, J. (2017). Retrospect 5: Psychology as a mission: Where assessment fails. In M. Raudsepp (Ed), Jaan Valsiner: Between self and societies—Cultural psychology in a new key (pp. 250-256). Tallinn: Tallinn University Press.
515. Valsiner, J. (2017). Locating the self… looking for the impossible. In M. Raudsepp (Ed), Jaan Valsiner: Between self and societies—Cultural psychology in a new key (pp. 257-274). Tallinn: Tallinn University Press.
516. Valsiner, J. (2017). Constraining one’s self within the fluid social worlds. In M. Raudsepp (Ed), Jaan Valsiner: Between self and societies—Cultural psychology in a new key (pp. 275-282). Tallinn: Tallinn University Press.
517. Valsiner, J. (2017). Semiosis and activity: towards theoretical synthesis In M. Raudsepp (Ed), Jaan Valsiner: Between self and societies—Cultural psychology in a new key (pp. 283-316 ). Tallinn: Tallinn University Press.
518. Valsiner, J. (2017). Retrospect 6: From prediction to construction: anticipatory semiogenesis In M. Raudsepp (Ed), Jaan Valsiner: Between self and societies—Cultural psychology in a new key (pp. 317-324). Tallinn: Tallinn University Press.
519. Valsiner, J. (2017). Looking back to look forward. In M. Raudsepp (Ed), Jaan Valsiner: Between self and societies—Cultural psychology in a new key (pp. 379-382). Tallinn: Tallinn University Press.
520. Valsiner, J. (2017). Foreword: Persisting resistance as resource for development. In N. Chaudhary, P. Hviid, G. Marsico and J.W. Villadsen (Eds), Resistance in everyday life: Constructing cultural experiences (pp. vii-xii). Singapore: Springer Nature.

521. Chaudhary, N. and Valsiner, J. (2017). Rhythms of resistance: A way forward. In N. Chaudhary, P. Hviid, G. Marsico and J.W. Villadsen (Eds), Resistance in everyday life: Constructing cultural experiences (pp. 319-328). Singapore: Springer Nature.

522. Valsiner, J. (2017). From methodology to methods in human psychology. New York: Springer [115 pp] [DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-61064-1]

523. Valsiner, J. (2017). “The mind has no breakfast”… but we have a new theory. In S. Brinkmann, Persons and their minds (pp. ix-xi). London: Routledge.

524. Valsiner, J. (2017). A major move forward: Internationalizing psychology and its teaching. In G. J. Rich, U. P. Gielen and H. Takooshian (Eds), Internationalizing the teaching of psychology (pp. xiii-xvi ) Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers

525. De Luca Picione, R., and Valsiner, J. (2017). Psychological Functions of Semiotic Borders in Sense-Making: Liminality of Narrative Processes. EJOP: Europe’s Journal of Psychology, 13(3), 532–547, doi:10.5964/ejop.v13i3.1136

526. Valsiner, J. (2017). Where civilizations meet: Borders of pleromatic textures. Civilizations (Tokai University), pp. 189-196.

527. Valsiner, J. (2017). From cultural psychology to GeroPsychology. GeroPsych, 30, 4, 139-145.

528. Lehmann, O. V. and Valsiner, J. (Eds) (2017). Deep Experiencing: Dialogues within the self. SpringerBriefs in Psychology and cultural developmental science. Cham, CH: Springer.

529. Lehmann, O. V., and Valsiner, J. (2017). Deepening the experiences: New voices in psychology. In O. Lehmann and J. Valsiner (Eds), Deep Experiencing: Dialogues within the self. (pp. 1-6). SpringerBriefs in Psychology and cultural developmental science. Cham, CH: Springer.

530. Lehmann, O. V., and Valsiner, J. (2017). Deep feelings in actions: Where cultural psychology matters. In O. Lehmann and J. Valsiner (Eds), Deep Experiencing: Dialogues within the self. (pp. 93-103). SpringerBriefs in Psychology and cultural developmental science. Cham, CH: Springer.

531. Valsiner, J. (2017). Beauty of the back. In O. Lehmann, N. Chaudhary, A. C. Bastos and E. Abbey (Eds.), Poetry and imagined worlds (pp. 23-41). Cham, CH: Palgrave/Springer.

532. Valsiner, J. (2018). Roots of creativity: Variability amplification through persistent imitation. In T. Zittoun and V.-P. Glaveanu (Eds), Handbook of imagination and culture (pp.47-60). New York: Oxford University Press.

533. Cornejo, C., Marsico, G., and Valsiner, J. (Eds) (2018). I activate you to affect me. Vol 2. In Annals of Cultural Psychology series. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers.

534. Cornejo, C., Marsico, G., and Valsiner, J. (2018). I activate you to affect me: Affectivating as a cultural psychological phenomenon, In C. Cornejo, G. Marsico and J. Valsiner (Eds), I activate you to affect me. (pp. 1-10). Vol 2. In Annals of Cultural Psychology series. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers.

535. Cornejo, C., Marsico, G., and Valsiner, J. (2018). Conclusions: Affectivation as a return to vitality. In C. Cornejo, G. Marsico and J. Valsiner (Eds), I activate you to affect me. (pp. 297-304). Vol 2. In Annals of Cultural Psychology series. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers.

536. Valsiner, J. (2018). Relative symmetries in dialogical relations. In A. U. Branco and M. C. Lopes de Oliveira (Eds), Alterity, values, and socialization: Human development within educational contexts (pp. v-vii). Cham, CH: Springer.

537. Albert, I., Abbey, E. and Valsiner, J. (Eds) (2018).Trans-generational family relations: Investigating ambivalences. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers.

538. Albert, I., Abbey, E. and Valsiner, J. (2018). Looking at relations across generations In I. Albert, E. Abbey, and J. Valsiner, J. (Eds).Trans-generational family relations: Investigating ambivalences. (pp. xiii-xxx). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers.

539. .Valsiner, J. Albert, I.,and Abbey, E. (2018). Transcending ambivalence: Overcoming the ambiguity of theory and practices. . In I. Albert, E. Abbey, and J. Valsiner, J. (Eds).Trans-generational family relations: Investigating ambivalences. (pp. 311-331). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers.

540. Wagoner, B., Moghaddam, F., and Valsiner, J. (Eds.) (2018). The psychology of radical social change: From rage to revolutions. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

541. Wagoner, B., Moghaddam, F., and Valsiner, J. (Eds.) (2018). Toward a psychology of revolution. In B. Wagoner, F., Moghaddam, and J. Valsiner (Eds.) (2018). The psychology of radical social change: From rage to revolutions (pp. 1-7). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

542. Valsiner, J. (2018). Between the guillotine and the velvet revolution: What is at stake? In B. Wagoner, F., Moghaddam, and J. Valsiner (Eds.) (2018). The psychology of radical social change: From rage to revolutions (pp. 169-185) Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

543. Valsiner, J. (2018), History of science is for the future of science: Learning through forgotten thinkers. In A. C. Joerchel and G. Benetka (Ed.), Memories of Gustav Ichheiser (pp. vi-x). New York: Springer

544. Valsiner, J. (2018). Culture in psychology: Towards the study of structured, highly variable, and self-regulatory psychological phenomena. In G. Marsico and J. Valsiner (Eds.), Beyond the mind (pp. 3-24). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers.

545. Valsiner, J. (2018). Science of psychology today: Future horizons. In G. Marsico and J. Valsiner (Eds.), Beyond the mind (pp. 25-47). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers

546. Marsico, G. and Valsiner, J. (2018). Coffee Break 1--Is there any reason for suffering—for science in psychology? In G. Marsico and J. Valsiner (Eds.), Beyond the mind (pp. 49-51). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers.

547. Valsiner, J. (2018). Facing the future—making the past: The permanent uncertainty of living. In G. Marsico and J. Valsiner (Eds.), Beyond the mind (pp. 55-64). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers

548. Valsiner, J. (2018). Constructing identity: A theoretical problem for social sciences. In G. Marsico and J. Valsiner (Eds.), Beyond the mind (pp. 65-78). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers

549. Valsiner, J. (2018). Reconstructing the affordance concept: Semiotic mediation of immediacy. In G. Marsico and J. Valsiner (Eds.), Beyond the mind (pp. 79-96). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers.

550. Valsiner, J. (2018). The concept of attractor: How dynamic systems theory deals with future. In G. Marsico and J. Valsiner (Eds.), Beyond the mind (pp. 97-114). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers

551. Marsico, G., and Valsiner, J. (2018). Coffee Break 2: Why are dynamic perspectives hard to take? In G. Marsico and J. Valsiner (Eds.), Beyond the mind (pp. 115-120). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers

552. Valsiner, J. (2018). The Promoter Sign: Developmental transformation within the structure of dialogical self. In G. Marsico and J. Valsiner (Eds.), Beyond the mind (pp. 123-146). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers

553. Valsiner, J. (2018). Temporal integration of structures within the dialogical self. In G. Marsico and J. Valsiner (Eds.), Beyond the mind (pp. 147-162). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers

554. Marsico, G., and Valsiner, J. (2018). Coffee Break 3: Dialogical semiosis in irreversible time—why make it so complex? In G. Marsico and J. Valsiner (Eds.), Beyond the mind (pp. 163-168). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers

555. Valsiner, J. (2018). The Raumäesthetik of Theodor Lipps as a dialogical research program. In G. Marsico and J. Valsiner (Eds.), Beyond the mind (pp. 171-198). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers

556. Valsiner, J. (2018). The bare back: dialogical self in action. In G. Marsico and J. Valsiner (Eds.), Beyond the mind (pp. 199-216). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers

557. Valsiner, J. (2018). Torturous tension between the real and the unreal: Looking at surrealist paintings. In G. Marsico and J. Valsiner (Eds.), Beyond the mind (pp. 217-228). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers

558. Valsiner, J. (2018). Dialogical relationship between open and closed infinities. In G. Marsico and J. Valsiner (Eds.), Beyond the mind (pp. 229-244). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers

559. Valsiner, J. (2018). The flagellating self. In G. Marsico and J. Valsiner (Eds.), Beyond the mind (pp. 245-264). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers

560. Marsico, G. and Valsiner, J. (2018). Coffee Break 4: The sublime movement between infinities. In G. Marsico and J. Valsiner (Eds.), Beyond the mind (pp. 265-268 ). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers

561. Valsiner, J. (2018). Culture within development: Similarities behind differences. In G. Marsico and J. Valsiner (Eds.), Beyond the mind (pp. 271-292). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers

562. Valsiner, J. (2018). How can psychology in Japan become a well-behaving rebel? In G. Marsico and J. Valsiner (Eds.), Beyond the mind (pp. 293-318). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers

563. Valsiner, J. (2018). Culture in human development: Theoretical and methodological directions. In G. Marsico and J. Valsiner (Eds.), Beyond the mind (pp. 319-334). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers

564. Marsico, G. and Valsiner, J. (2018). Coffee Break 5: Why developmental science? In G. Marsico and J. Valsiner (Eds.), Beyond the mind (pp. 335-336). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers

565. Valsiner, J. (2018). Civility of basic distrust: A cultural-psychological view on persons-in-society. In G. Marsico and J. Valsiner (Eds.), Beyond the mind (pp. 339-362). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers

566. Valsiner, J. (2018). Higher education in focus: Insights through the cultural-historical activity theory. In G. Marsico and J. Valsiner (Eds.), Beyond the mind (pp. 363-374). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers

567. Valsiner, J. (2018). Communication and development: breaking a communion. In G. Marsico and J. Valsiner (Eds.), Beyond the mind (pp. 375-396). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers

568. Valsiner, J. (2018). The clicking and tweeting society: Beyond entertainment to education. In G. Marsico and J. Valsiner (Eds.), Beyond the mind (pp. 397-413) ). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers

569. Marsico, G. and Valsiner, J. (2018). Coffee Break 6: Relating with society- by going beyond. In G. Marsico and J. Valsiner (Eds.), Beyond the mind (pp. 415-418). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers

570. Valsiner, J. (2018). Meanings of “the data” in contemporary developmental psychology: Constructions and implications. In G. Marsico and J. Valsiner (Eds.), Beyond the mind (pp. 421-452). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers

571. Valsiner, J. (2018). Listening to the screaming knowledge: Pathways to quietude In G. Marsico and J. Valsiner (Eds.), Beyond the mind (pp. 453-478). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers

572. Valsiner, J. (2018). The Wissenschaft of social psychology: Paradoxes of application of science in a society. In G. Marsico and J. Valsiner (Eds.), Beyond the mind (pp. 479-488). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers

573. Valsiner, J. (2018). Failure through success: Paradoxes of epistemophilia. In G. Marsico and J. Valsiner (Eds.), Beyond the mind (pp. 489-502). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers

574. Valsiner, J. (2018). The human psyche on the border of irreversible time: forward-oriented semiosis. In G. Marsico and J. Valsiner (Eds.), Beyond the mind (pp. 503-532). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers

575. Marsico, G., and Valsiner, J. (2018). Coffee Break 7: Do social sciences need to be basic? In G. Marsico and J. Valsiner (Eds.), Beyond the mind (pp.533-536). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers.

576. Valsiner, J (2018). Needed in psychology: Theoretical precision. Europe’s Journal of Psychology, 14, 1, 1-6 doi: 10.5964/ejop.v14i1.602

577. Valsiner, J. (2018). Minds going to war: Psychology of patriotic carnage. I S. Dosenrode (Ed.), World War I: The Great War and its impact (pp 23-39). Aalborg: Aalborg University Press.


578. Rosa, A. and Valsiner, J. (Eds) (2018). The Cambridge Handbook of Socio-cultural Psychology. 2nd ed. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. [671 pp]

579. Rosa, A. and Valsiner, J. (2018). Sociocultural psychology on the move. In A. Rosa, A. and J. Valsiner, J. (Eds) The Cambridge Handbook of Socio-cultural Psychology. 2nd ed. (pp. 3-9) Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

580. Rosa, A. and Valsiner, J. (2018). An epistemological coda: Sociocultural psychology among the sciences. In A. Rosa, A. and J. Valsiner, J. (Eds) The Cambridge Handbook of Socio-cultural Psychology. 2nd ed. (pp. 633-651) Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
581. Boll, T., Ferring, D., and Valsiner, J. (Eds.). (2018). Cultures of care in aging. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers.
582. Boll, T., Ferring, D., and Valsiner, J. (2018). Culture in the act of caring: bringing geropsychology, other gerosciences, and cultural psychology together. In T. Boll, D. Ferring and J. Valsiner (Eds), Cultures of care in aging. (pp.xiii-xx) Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers.
583. Valsiner, J. (2018). The carer and the cared. In T. Boll, D. Ferring and J. Valsiner (Eds), Cultures of care in aging. (pp. 149-159) Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers.
584. Chaudhary, N., and Valsiner, J. (2018). Caring through culture. In T. Boll, D. Ferring and J. Valsiner (Eds), Cultures of care in aging. (pp. 393-405) Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers
585. Boll, T., Ferring, D., and Valsiner, J. (2018). Care in aging: cross-fertilization within and between geropsychology, other gerosciences, and cultural psychology. In T. Boll, D. Ferring and J. Valsiner (Eds), Cultures of care in aging. (pp. 407-418) Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers.
586. Valsiner, J. (2018). Sincere desires for improvements in the globalizing world. In S. Schliewe, N. Chaudhary and G. Marsico (Eds.). Cultural psychology of intervention in the globalized world (pp. ix-xii). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers.
587. Cornejo, C. and Valsiner, J. (2018).Neurosciences in psychology: what stays after the “decade of the brain” has passed? In A. Ibanez and A. M. Garcia, Contextual cognition: The sensus communis of a situated mind. (pp. v-ix). New York, NY: SpringerBriefs.
588. Valsiner, J. (2018). Constructive semiosis is the core of the human psyche. In M. C. D. P. Lyra and M. Assis Pinheiro (Eds.), Cultural Psychology as Basic Science: Dialogues with Jaan Valsiner (pp. 11-17). Cham, CH: Springer.
589. Valsiner, J. (2018). Human psyche between the mundane and the aesthetic: the sublime as the arena for semiosis. In M. C. D. P. Lyra and M. Assis Pinheiro (Eds.), Cultural Psychology as Basic Science: Dialogues with Jaan Valsiner (pp. 43-55). Cham, CH: Springer.
590. Valsiner, J. (2018). Human psyche as inherently ambivalent: Semiosis of construction and destruction. In M. C. D. P. Lyra and M. Assis Pinheiro (Eds.), Cultural Psychology as Basic Science: Dialogues with Jaan Valsiner (pp. 75-85). Cham, CH: Springer.
591. Valsiner, J., Lutsenko, A., and Antoniouk, A. (Eds.) (2018). Sustainable futures for higher education: The making of knowledge makers. Cham, CH: Springer.
592. Valsiner, J. (2018). Utopia for practice: The University of Antarctica Project. in J. Valsiner, A. Lutsenko, A., and A. Antoniouk (Eds.) (2018). Sustainable futures for higher education: The making of knowledge makers (pp. vii-x) Cham, CH: Springer.
593. Valsiner, J. (2018). Higher education: From intellectual asylum and fulfilling of social orders to creating arenas for scientific revolutions. in J. Valsiner, A. Lutsenko, A., and A. Antoniouk (Eds.) (2018). Sustainable futures for higher education: The making of knowledge makers (pp. 327-340) Cham, CH: Springer.
594. Valsiner, J. (2018). Kultur. In C. Kölbl and A. Sieben (Eds.,), Stichwörter zur Kulturpsychologie (pp. 223-228). Giessen: Psychosozial Verlag.
595. Valsiner, J. (2019). Ornamented lives. Charlotte, NC.: Information Age Publishers.
596. Valsiner, J. (2019). Structuring experience: health as representation. In L. Joranger, An interdisciplinary approach to the human mind (pp. VIII-X ). London: Routledge.
597. Valsiner, J. (2019). Cultural psychology as a theoretical project/ La psicologia cultural como proyecto teórico. Estudios de Psicologia, 40, 1, 10-47.
598. Valsiner, J., Cornejo, C., and Marsico, G. (2019). Series Editors’ Preface: How can things be ordinary? In G. Marsico and L. Tateo (Eds), Ordinary things and their extraordinary meanings (pp. vii-10). Vol 2. Annals of Cultural Psychology. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers.
599. Valsiner, J. (2019). On the border for hiding and revealing: Dialogues through underwear. In G. Marsico and L. Tateo (Eds), Ordinary things and their extraordinary meanings (pp. 1-19). Vol 2. Annals of Cultural Psychology. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers.
600. Valsiner, J. (2019). “Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day’- In K. Komatsu, Meaning-making for living: The emergence of the presentational self in children’s everyday dialogues (pp. v-vii). New York: Springer.
601. Valsiner, J. (2019). The real humanity of research: From suffering to knowledge. In T. Stodulka, S. Dinkelaker and F. Thajib (Eds.), Affective dimensions of fieldwork and ethnography (pp. v-ix). New York: Springer.
602. Salvatore, S., Fini, V,, Mannarini, T., Valsiner, J, and Veltri, G A. (Eds) (2019). Symbolic universes in time and (post) crisis: The future of European societies. Cham, CH: Springer.
603. Salvatore, S., Valsiner, J., and Veltri, G. A. (2019). The theoretical and methodological framework. Semiotic cultural psychology, symbolic universes and lines of semiotic forces. In S. Salvatore, V. Fini, T. Mannarini, J. Valsiner, and G. A. Veltri (Eds). Symbolic universes in time and (post) crisis: The future of European societies (pp. 25-52)Cham, CH: Springer
604. Valsiner, J. (2019). Der Verabschiedung des lokalen Wissense: Die semiotische Kulturpsychologie als allgemeine Humanwissenschaft. In J.Straub, G. Rebane, and P. Chakkarath (Eds), Kulturpsychologie in interdiszpilinaren Perspektive. (pp. 197-227). Giessen: PsychoSozial Verlag.
605. Valsiner, J. (2019). Culture & Psychology: 25 constructive years. Culture and Psychology, 25, 4, 429-469.
606. Valsiner, J. (2019). Work as a very strange invention. In P. F. Bendassolli (Ed.), Culture, work, and psychology: Invitations to dialogue (pp. vii-xi). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers.
607. Valsiner, J. (2019), From causality to catalysis in the social sciences. In J. Valsiner (Ed.), Social philosophy of science for the social sciences (pp. 125-146). New York: Springer.
608. Valsiner, J. (2019). General Introduction: Social sciences between knowledge and ideologies—need for philosophy. In J. Valsiner (Ed.), Social philosophy of science for the social sciences (pp. 1-9). New York: Springer.
609. Valsiner, J. (2019). General Conclusion: What can social science practitioners learn from philosophies of science. In J. Valsiner (Ed.), Social philosophy of science for the social sciences (pp. 283-295). New York: Springer.
610. Valsiner, J. (2019). Generalization in science: Abstracting from unique events. In C. Højholt and E. Schraube (Eds.), Subjectvity and knowledge (pp. 79-97). New York: Springer.
611. Marsico, G. , and Valsiner, J. (2019). In T. Zittoun, Sociocultural psychology on the regional scale: A case study of a hill (pp. vi--xi) New York: Springer.
612. Valsiner, J. (2019). Hyper-generalization by the human mind: The role of sign hierarchies in meaning-making processes. Hans-Kilian-Preis 2017. Giessen: PsychoSozial Verlag.
613. Valsiner, J. (2019). On the border of normativity- and beyond. In B. Allesoe Christensen (Ed.), The Second Cognitive Revolution: A tribute to Rom Harre (pp. vii-xi). New York: Springer.
614. Valsiner, J. (2020). Where Occidental science went wrong: Failing to see systemic unity in diversity. Psychology and Developing Societies, 1-8. DOI: 10.1177/0971333620903880




Rejected papers
Included here are papers that were summoned by some journal or volume editors, who at times very actively insisted that their publication projects could not live without these solicited contributions. Yet, after receiving the texts, they refused to publish them, sometimes because their “peer review systems” suggested such verdict. These papers are made publicly available in the volumes of the author’s previously unpublished work:
Valsiner, J. (2013) Failure through success: Paradoxes of Epistemophilia. Rejected from Journal für Psychologie. Finally published as No 572 in this list,
Valsiner, J. (2013) Higher education in focus: Insights through cultural-historical activity theory. Rejected by G. Wells and A. Edwards (Eds.). Pedagogy in higher educations: A cultural-historical approach. Cambridge University Press. Finally published as No 565 in this list.



Conference papers

Valsiner, J. (1980). The role of nonverbal communication in adult-infant interaction. Paper presented at the 22nd International Congress of Psychology, Leipzig, July.

Valsiner, J. (1981) Loose coupling model of adult-child interaction. Paper presented at the Southeastern Psychological Association meeting, Atlanta, GA, March.

Valsiner, J. (1982). Strategies of dyadic problem-solving with infants in a simulated laboratory situation. Paper presented at the International Conference on Infant Studies, Austin, Texas. March, 18.

Cairns, R. B. & Valsiner, J. (1982). The cultural context of developmental psychology. Paper presented at the 90th American Psychological Association Convention, Washington, DC, August.

Valsiner, J. (1983). Parents' strategies for the organization of child-environment relationships in home settings. Paper presented at the symposium "Children as environment: Creating structures in interaction" (organizers, J. Valsiner and L. Benigni), at the 7th Biennial Meeting of the International Society for the Study of Behavioural Development, München, August.

Valsiner, J. (1983). A developing child in a developing culture: A relativistic synthesis. Paper presented at 26th Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association, Boston, December.

Valsiner, J. (1984). Parental organization of children's cognitive development within home environment. Paper at the 3rd Asian Workshop on Child and Adolescent Development, Kuala Lumpur, April.

Hill, P. E. & Valsiner, J. (1984). Contacting a visitor in home settings: Toddlers' strategies of entry into social contact with unfamiliar adults. Paper presented at the International Conference on Infant Studies, New York, NY, April 6.

Valsiner, J. (1984). Children within their home settings: canalization of child development through culturally organized physical environment. Paper presented at the Inaugural European Conference on Developmental Psychology, Groningen, The Netherlands, August.

Valsiner, J. (1984). "Intelligence" as person-environment relationship in structured action contexts. Paper presented at the 23rd International Congress of Psychology, Acapulco, September.

Valsiner, J. (1984). Heuristics in psychologists' and laypersons' interpretations of correlational data. Paper presented at the Carolina Cognition Group meeting, Charlotte, NC, December.

Valsiner, J. (1985). Facilitation of children's social development in polygamic families. Paper presented at the Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Toronto, April.

Valsiner, J. & Mackie, C. F. (1985). Socialization of toddlers' climbing. Poster presented at the 8th Biennial Meeting of the International Society for the Study of Behavioural Development (ISSBD), Tours, France, July.

Valsiner, J. & Stockton, W. (1985). Environmental dangers in childhood: Adults' thinking about accident prevention. Poster presented at the 8th Biennial Meeting of the International Society for the Study of Behavioural Development (ISSBD), Tours, France, July.

Valsiner, J. & Kindermann, T. (1986). Everyday reality of canalized child development: Qualitative and quantitative aspects of interdependence of theory and empirical research. Paper presented at the symposium Combining qualitative and quantitative methods: Experiences with a dual approach for the study of development-in-context in infancy and early childhood (Kurt Kreppner and Marinus H. van IJzendoorn, conveners), at the 2nd European Conference on Developmental Psychology, Rome, September 10-13.

Cox, B. D., Valsiner, J., & Ornstein, P. A. (1987). Children's generalization of strategies: A historical perspective on transfer. Paper presented at the Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Baltimore, MD, April 25.

Valsiner, J. (1987). Collective construction of culture in human ontogeny. Paper at the symposium Learning and Constructing Cultural Knowledge (D.C. Holland, Convener), the Spring Meeting of the American Ethnological Society, San Antonio, TX, April 30..

Winegar, L. T., Valsiner, J., & Renninger, K. A. (1987). Dependent independence in adult-child relationships. Paper presented at the symposium Conceptualizing developmental change in theory and investigation (Deirdre Kramer, Convener); the 17th Annual Jean Piaget Society Meeting, Philadelphia, May 30.

Valsiner, J. (1987). Environmental psychology in the Soviet Union. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies (AAASS), Boston, November 5.

Valsiner, J. (1988). Habit and inference: On the use of statistical methodology in psychology. Invited paper at the 24th International Congress of Psychology, Sydney, Australia, September 1.

Valsiner, J. (1988). Culture is not an independent variable: A lesson from cross-cultural research for "mainstream" psychology. Paper presented at the symposium The contributions of cross-cultural psychology to mainstream psychological theory (convener W. Lonner) at 24th International Congress of Psychology, Sydney, Australia, September 2

Valsiner, J. (1989). Modelling of the functional social network of child care, and its structural change. Paper presented at the UNESCO/CNR seminar "Changing Family Patterns and Gender Roles in Europe" in Rome, May 24-27

Valsiner, J. (1989). Social organization of cognitive development: Internalization and externalization of constraint systems. Paper presented at the 3rd European Conference for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI), Madrid, September 5.

Valsiner, J. (1989). Social development of human cognitive processes, and its study: An analysis of some side effects of the "cognitive revolution". A keynote lecture at the 9th German "Tagung Entwicklungs-psychologie", München, September 18

Valsiner, J. & Leung, M-C. (1991). Cultural transmission as a co-constructive internalization process: Novel (re)construction of constraint systems by the developing mind. Paper presented at the Symposium Socio-historical context of development at the XI Biennial Meeting of the International Society for the Study of Behavioural Development, Minneapolis, MN, U.S.A, July 3-7

Tudge, J., Putnam, S., & Valsiner, J. (1992). Reading in contextualist perspective: A Vygotskian approach. Paper presented at the Symposium "Joint Book-reading and emergent literacy" (Barbara DeBaryshe, Chair) at the Conference on Human Development, Atlanta, GA, April 10.

Branco, A. U. & Valsiner, J. (1992). Development of convergence and divergence in joint actions of preschool children within structured social contexts. Poster presented at the 25th International Congress of Psychology, Brussels, July 20.

Leung, M-C. & Valsiner, J. (1992). The process of knowledge construction: A theoretical model. Poster presented at the 25th International Congress of Psychology, Brussels, July 22.

Valsiner, J. & Litvinovic, G. (1992). Coordination of inductive and deductive processes in parental reasoning. Poster presented at the 25th International Congress of Psychology, Brussels, July 23.

Valsiner, J. (1992). James Mark Baldwin and his impact: social development of cognitive functions. Paper presented at the Symposium Vygotsky's psychology and his time: on the giants' shoulders (Amelia Alvarez and Pilar Lacasa, Organizers), in the framework of the First Conference for Socio-Cultural Research, Madrid, Spain, September 15-18

Valsiner, J. (1992). Narratives in the making of histories in psychology. Paper presented at the Symposium History, psychology and philosophy of science: A sociohistorical exercise of reflexivity (Alberto Rosa, Organizer), in the framework of the First Conference for Socio-Cultural Research, Madrid, Spain, September 15-18.

Vasconcellos, V. M. R., & Valsiner, J. (1993). From imitation to symbolic construction: Elaborating sociogenetic perspectives in developmental psychology. Paper presented at the 5th Conference of the International Society for Theoretical Psychology, Chateau de Bierville, France, April, 27th.

Vasconcellos, V. M. R., & Valsiner, J. (1993). Construction of personal place at 18 months of age: A co-constructivist analysis. Paper presented at the 23rd Annual Meeting of the Jean Piaget Society, Philadelphia, Pa., June, 5, 1993.

Litvinovic, G., & Valsiner, J. (1993). Process mechanisms in the construction of culture. Paper presented at the XII Biennial Meetings of the International Society for the Study of Behavioural Development, Recife, Pernambuco, Brazil-- July 19-23.

Valsiner, J. (1993). Irreversibility of time and the construction of historical developmental psychology. Paper presented at the XII Biennial Meetings of the International Society for the Study of Behavioural Development, Recife, Pernambuco, Brazil-- July 19-23.

Branco, A. U., & Valsiner, J.. (1993). Dynamics of social interaction strategies among young children: the emergence of cooperation and competition within structured contexts. Paper presented at the XII Biennial Meeting of the International Society for the Study of Behavioural Development (I.S.S.B.D.), Recife, Brazil, July 19-23.

Valsiner, J. (1994). Subjective construction of intersubjectivity: semiotic mediation as a process of pre-adaptation. Keynote address at the conference Social Practices and Symbolic Mediation, Université de Neuchâtel, Neuchâtel, Switzerland, March, 17.

Valsiner, J. (1994). Development (of science) beyond ZPD: Transcending Vygotsky and Piaget. Keynote address at the 24th Annual Symposium of the Jean Piaget Society-- Change and development: Issues of theory, application, and method. Chicago, June, 2.

Valsiner, J., & Branco, A. U. (1994). The study of social interaction from a methodological co-constructivist approach: an analysis of coordination of goal orientations. Paper presented at the Symposium Evaluative Research on Social Interaction Process (Organizer: Carlos Santoyo Velasco), 23rd International Congress of Applied Psychology, Madrid, July, 21.

Valsiner, J. (1994). Personal culture and antisocial conduct. Paper presented on the Symposium Development of Pro- and antisocial behavior in cultural contexts (Organizer: Gisela Trommsdorff), at the 12th Congress of Cross-Cultural Psychology, Pamplona, July, 25..

Valsiner, J. (1994). Joint construction of fluid concepts: cultural utility of vagueness. Paper presented on the Symposium On the relativity of universals (Organizer: Lutz H. Eckensberger), at the 12th Congress of Cross-Cultural Psychology, Pamplona, July, 25.

Valsiner, J. (1995). Meanings of "the data" in contemporary developmental psychology: constructions and implications. Gastvorträg am 12. Tagung der Fachgruppe Entwicklungspsychologie der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychologie, Leipzig, 27. September.

Josephs, I. E., & Valsiner, J. (1996). How does dialogue work?: Coordinating the mundane and the miraculous in religious understanding. Paper presented at the Second Conference for Socio-Cultural Research, Geneva, September, 11.

Valsiner, J. (1996). Conceptualizing apprehension: Three efforts to formalize future-oriented and values-based mental processes. Paper presented at the Second Conference for Socio-Cultural Research, Geneva, September, 12.

Gupta, S., & Valsiner, J. (1996). Myths in the hearts: implicit suggestions in the story. Paper presented at the Second Conference for Socio-Cultural Research, Geneva, September, 14.

Valsiner, J. (1997). Constructing identity: a theoretical problem for social sciences. Paper presented at the Workshop "Identitätsdiskussionenin der Psychologie", in the framework of the Graduiertenkollegs "Identitätsforschung" of Martin-Luther-Universität, Halle-am-Saale, April 18.

Valsiner, J. (1997). Communication and development: breaking a communion. Paper presented at the XXVI Interamerican Congress of Psychology, São Paulo, July, 8, 1997, within the Symposium Communication and metacommunication: Theoretical and methodological problems (A. U. Branco, Convener)

Valsiner, J. (1997). Culture in human development: theoretical and methodological directions. Invited lecture, presented at the XXVI Interamerican Congress of Psychology, São Paulo, July, 9, 1997.

Valsiner, J. (1997). Well-kept hostages: developmental ideas in the 20th Century. Paper presented at the symposium Developmental Psychology: history as context for the 21st century (convener- W. F. Overton), at the Golden Anniversary of the American Psychological Association, Chicago, August, 16.

Valsiner, J. (1997). Social constructionism and personalism: what survives? Paper presented at the Workshop Psychological development from a personalistic perspective (James T. Lamiell, organizer), Georgetown University, October, 4.

Valsiner, J. (1998). How can psychology's methodology handle complex developmental phenomena? Invited lecture at the 25th Congreso Nacional de Psicologia, Mexico. Guadalajara, April, 28.

Valsiner, J. (1998). Culture in the mind: Historical nature of human ontogeny. Paper presented at the Symposium Sociocultural approaches to the development of mind (conveners: J. Wertsch and G. Hatano) at the 15th Biennial Meeting of the International Society for the Study of Behavioural Development (ISSBD), Bern, Switzerland, July, 3.

Valsiner, J. (2000). Making meaning out of mind: self-less and self-ful dialogicality. Paper presented at the First International Conference on the Dialogical Self, Nijmegen, The Netherlands, June, 24.


Valsiner, J. (2000). Interaction as hypergame: development under uncertainty. Paper presented at the 3rd Conference on Socio-Cultural Research, Campinas, S.P., Brazil, July, 20.

Valsiner, J. (2001). Cultural developmental psychology of affective processes. Invited Lecture at the 15. Tagung der Fachgruppe Entwicklungspsychologie der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychologie, Potsdam, September, 5.

Valsiner, J. & Capezza, N. (2002). Creating arenas for action: videogames and violence. Invited lecture at 5th International Baltic Psychology Conference -- Psychology in the Baltics: at the crossroads, August 23, Tartu, Estonia

Valsiner, J. (2002). Beyond social representations: a theory of enablement. Invited lecture at the 6th International Conference on Social Representations, Stirling, Scotland, August, 31.

Valsiner, J. (2002). The concept of attractor: How dynamic systems theory deals with future. Paper presented at the 2nd International Conference on Dialogical Self, Ghent, Belgium, October, 19.

Richer, D., & Valsiner, J. (2002). The game of political debates: A play of social representations and beyond. Poster presented at the 2nd International Conference on Dialogical Self, Ghent, Belgium, October, 19.

Valsiner, J. (2002). Historical Transformation of the Nature of Psychology: Societal Canalization of Global Migration of Key Ideas. Paper presented at Workshop of Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences, Berlin, November, 2.

Haskell, V., Valsiner, J. & McHale, J. P. (2003).Toddlers' processing of affect in symbolic self-soothing: The early development of symbolic play skills. Poster presented at the 33rd Annual Meeting of The Jean Piaget Society: Play and Development, Chicago, Illinois, June 5.

Valsiner, J. (2003). Culture and Social Representations: Pathways to new methodology in the social sciences. Lecture at the 2003 International Summer School of the European PhD on Social Representation and Communication-- “Communication studies and Social Representations: a Theoretical and Methodological Dialogue through Research” Colonna Castle, Genazzano – Rome (Italy), June, 12.

Valsiner, J. (2003). Cultural psychology of educational intervention: Who shall survive? Paper presented at the conference “Context, Culture, Intervention. What Psychology for Schools of the Future?” on June, 20th in Lecce.
Valsiner, J. (2003). Functional forgetfulness in psychology: Social functions of ignoring and glorifying in the making of a social science. Paper presented at the 10th Biennial Conference of International Society for Theoretical Psychology (ISTP) in Istanbul on June, 23 (Symposium: All about Vygotsky: What’s old, what’s new, what’s Right, what’s Left—Robert Rieber, Organizer).
Wagoner, B., & Valsiner, J. (2003). Rating tasks in psychology: from construction of static ontology to dialogical synthesis of meaning. Poster presented at 10th Biennial Conference of International Society for Theoretical Psychology (ISTP) in Istanbul on June, 24.
Valsiner, J. (2003). Theory construction and theory use in psychology: Creating knowledge beyond social ideologies. Keynote presentation at the 10th Biennial Conference of International Society for Theoretical Psychology (ISTP) in Istanbul on June, 24.

Abbey, E., & Valsiner, J. (2003). Emergence of meanings through ambivalence. Paper presented at the Symposium Meaning Construction:Language, metacommunication and culture (A. U. Branco and C. Sinha, conveners) at the European Conference on Developmental Psychology, Milano, August 28.

Abbey, E., & Valsiner, J. (2003) Going to No-where: The role of diagnosis in educational practice. Paper presented at the Symposium (B. Ligorio, Convener) New Encounters for Educational Psychology at EARLI conference, Padova, August 28.

Valsiner, J. (2003). The World according to psychology: Numbers and knowledge. Keynote speech at the 10th Anniversary Conference of Department of Psychology of Tallinn Pedagogical University Tallinn, November, 8.

Valsiner, J. (2003). Missions in history and history through a mission: Inventing better worlds for humankind The First Annual Casimir Lecture Studies in History of Education, Leiden University, December, 12.

Valsiner, J. (2004). Cultural psychology today: An effort towards interdisciplinary integration Invited Lecture at the Open Seminar on Cultural Psychology, Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto 25th January.

Valsiner, J. (2004). Cultural psychology today—Personal introduction to the Ritsumeikan Symposium. Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, January, 25. [http://www.human.ritsumei.ac.jp/project/archive/series/index.htm#s7 ]

Valsiner, J. (2004). Semiotic autoregulation: Dynamic sign hierarchies constraining the Stream of Consciousness Seminar Presentation at the Seminar on Symbolic Forms Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris-- February, 6, 2004 [http://formes-symboliques.org/article.php3?id_article=46]

Valsiner, J. (2004). Culture in psychology: Towards the study of structured, highly variable, and self-regulatory psychological phenomena. The First Brotherton Memorial Lecture, School of Behavioural Sciences, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, March, 18.

Valsiner, J. (2004). The street. Invited Lecture at ARQUITECTURA 3000--3. Congrès Internacional: l’architectura de la in-difèrencia Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Barcelona, July, 3.

Valsiner, J. (2004). The Promoter Sign: Developmental transformation within the structure of Dialogical Self. Paper presented at the Biennial Meeting of the International Society for the Study of Behavioural Development (ISSBD), Gent, July, 12 ( Symposium Developmental aspects of the dialogical self -Hubert Hermans, Convener)

Valsiner, J. (2004) Functional culture— the central theme for theoretical constructs in human psychology. Paper presented at the 28th International Congress of Psychology, Beijing, China, August, 11 (Symposium Culture and the Foundations of Psychology, Fathali Moghaddam, Convener).

Zabinski, B., & Valsiner, J. (2004). Affective synthesis of the Other through the Self: A new look at empathy. Paper presented at the 3rd International Conference on Dialogical Self Warsaw, Poland, August, 28.

Valsiner, J. (2004). Temporal integration of structures within the Dialogical Self. Keynote lecture at the 3rd International Conference on Dialogical Self, Warsaw, August, 28.

Valsiner, J. (2004). Transformations and flexible forms: where qualitative psychology begins Keynote lecture at the Inaugural Conference of the Japanese Association of Qualitative Psychology Kyoto, September, 11th.

Valsiner, J. (2005). Open intransitivity cycles in the processes of development and their methodological implications. Invited lecture at the IV Congresso Norte Nordeste de Psicologia, Salvador, Bahia, May, 28.

Valsiner, J. (2005). Psychology as a factory: Changing traditions and new epistemological challenges. Invited lecture at Instituto de Estudos Avançados, Universidade de São Paulo, São Paulo, May, 31.

Valsiner, J. (2005) Civility of Basic Distrust: A cultural-psychological view on persons-in-society Paper that should have been presented at the Symposium Risk, Trust, and Civility Toronto, Victoria College--May 6-8, 2005 (convened by Paul Bouissac), Actually dated July, 4, 2005 Available at http://www.semioticon.com/virtuals/risk/distrust.pdf

Valsiner, J. (2006). The overwhelming world: Functions of pleromatization in creating diversity in cultural and natural constructions. Keynote lecture at International School of Semiotic and Structural Studies, Imatra, Finland, June, 12.

Valsiner, J. (2006). From Double Stars to Dialogical Self: Constructing New Theoretical Explanatory Systems. Invited keynote at the Conference Interaction et pensée: perspectives dialogiques Lausanne, October 13

Valsiner, J. (2007). Human life course: Culture as the basis for ars vivendi. Keynote lecture at Ritsumeikan University, August, 18

Valsiner, J. (2007). Personality as a cultural construct. Invited Lecture at the 16th Meeting of Japanese Society of Personality Psychology, Obihiro, Hokkaido, August, 25.

Salgado, J., & Valsiner, J. (2007). Dialogism and the eternal movement of communication. Paper at Landmarks: 25 years of universal pragmatics - First Conference of ECREA's Philosophy of Communication Section, Surrey, UK. November, 9.

Valsiner, J. (2007). Locating the self… looking for the impossible? Or maybe the impossible is the only possibility… Paper presented at the conference Culturalization of the Self, Chemnitz, December, 1.

Valsiner, J. (2008). Culture within development: similarities behind differences. Da Xia Forum Lecture at East China Normal University, Shanghai, June, 4,

Valsiner, J. (2008). Constraining one’s self within the fluid social world. Paper presented at the 29th Biennial Meeting of the International Society for the Study of Behavioural Development, Würzburg, July, 17th.( Symposium Young Peoples’ Formation and Pursuit of Personal Goals and Projects in Encounters with Social Institutions (Conveners: Agnes Dodds and Jaan Valsiner)

Valsiner, J., and Rudolph, L. (2008). Who shall survive? Psychology that replaces quantification with qualitative mathematics. Paper presented at the 29th International Congress of Psychology, Berlin, July, 21 in the framework of the Symposium Why Psychology Moves towards the Qualitative Epistemological Foundations (Günter Mey and Jaan Valsiner, co-conveners)

Valsiner, J. (2008). Chronogenesis: Breaking the linearity of infinity. Paper at the Symposium at 29th International Congress of Psychology-- Time, Space, and Culture: Chronogenesis in human life course Co-conveners: Tatsuya Sato and Jaan Valsiner, Berlin, July, 25.

Valsiner, J. (2008). The Self Surrounding Itself: Double dialogicality. Paper for the Fifth International Conference for the Dialogical Self Cambridge, UK, August 28th. Interactive Symposium How Voices Make I-Positions – An Exercise in Collective Investigation (Livia Simão, Convener)

Beckstead, Z., and Valsiner, J. (2008). The Dialogical Self of the Researcher-as-Person-- who enters into a dialogue--with the Dialogical Self of the Research-Participant-as-Person Paper presented at the 5th International Conference on Dialogical Self, within the symposium Dialogical selves in developmental research practice (Pernille Hviid, convener)-- Queens College, Cambridge, UK, August, 28.

Valsiner, J. (2008). Science of psychology today: future horizons [心理学の新しい地平線.] Keynote lecture at the 72nd Annual Meeting of the Japanese Psychological Association, Sapporo, September, 19, 2008.

Valsiner, J. (2008). How can psychology in Japan become a well-behaving rebel. Paper presented at the 72nd Annual Meeting of the Japanese Psychological Association, Sapporo, September, 21, 2008. Symposium: From Import to Innovation (The Future of Psychology in Japan). Organizers: Shing-Jen Chen (Hokkaido University) and Jaan Valsiner (Clark University).

Valsiner, J. (2008). Facing the future—making the past: the permanent uncertainty of living. Keynote presentation at the conference Facing the Future at Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, September 23.

Pizarroso, N., and Valsiner, J. (2009). Why developmental psychology is not developmental: Moving towards abductive methodology. Paper presented at the Society of Research in Child Development, Denver, Co., April, 3.

Valsiner, J. (2009). Why simple lessons from history are recurrently forgotten: The bubble of "epistemic markets". Invited presentation at the XXII Symposium of the Spanish Society for the History of Psychology, SEHP-- Oviedo, Asturias--May, 9.

Branco, A. U., and Valsiner, J. (2009). Values as signs: the role of field theory in semiotic understanding of feelings Paper presented at the 10th World Congress on Semiotics, LaCoruña, Galicia-- September 25th [at Round Table 'Feeling (Our Way) Through Signs' [Co-conveners: Robert Innis (University of Massachusetts Lowell) and Jaan Valsiner (Clark University)]

Valsiner, J. (2010). Climbing the Sacred Mountain of Knowledge: Psychology at its eternal crossroads. Keynote address at the XIV Congreso Colombiano de Psicología, Ibagué, April,29.

Cunha, C., Gonçalves, M., and Valsiner, J. (2010). Identity transitions in psychotherapy: The role of Re-conceptualization innovative moments. Paper presented at the 6th International Conference on Dialogical Self, Athens, September 30, at the symposium Guiding the Dialogue:Cconstraining the dialogical self (Aaro Toomela and Jaan Valsiner, Organizers)

Valsiner, J. (2010). Monuments in our minds: Historical symbols as cultural tools. Paper presented at the Workshop Understanding History and the Construction of Identities in a Global World: De-nationalizing history teaching. Las Navas del Marquez, October, 29.

Valsiner, J. (2011). Assessment and its discontents: A view from cultural psychology. Keynote presentation at the 11th European Conference on Psychological Assessment-- September 2, Riga, Latvia

Valsiner, J. (2011). Semiosis and activity: Toward theoretical synthesis. Keynote lecture at the International Society for Cultural and Activity Research (ISCAR) Congress-- Enhancing the cultural and activity approach for the new generation development in a global world. Rome, September 10.

Valsiner, J. (2013). Cultural psychology and its future: Complementarity in a new key Inaugural Lecture of the Niels Bohr Professorship Centre of Cultural Psychology, March, 15.

Valsiner, J. (2013). Re-Constructing the affordance concept: Semiotic mediation of immediacy. Paper presenteds at the Japanese Psychological Society meeting, Sapporo, September, 19—at the symposium Let ecological psychology encounter cultural psychology for its expansive application to socio-cultural phenomena—and hopefully not fail in such application (Tetsuya Kono and Naohisa Mori, Conveners)

Valsiner, J. (2014). The clicking and twitting society: Beyond entertainment to education. Invited lecture at Humboldt-Kolleg Education and Science and their Role in Social and Industrial Progress of Society. Kyiv, June, 13.

Valsiner, J. (2014). The Raumaesthetik of Theodor Lipps as a dialogical research programme. Invited Lecture at the 8th International Conference on Dialogical Self, Den Haag, August, 21.

Valsiner, J., Chaudhary, N., Marsico, G., ands Lyberth, M. (2014). Regulating family networks: Centrality of peripheral communication, Paper presented at 7th Congress of the European Society on Family Relations, Madrid . 5th September, 2014. Symposium Intergenerational family relations and migration from a life span perspective (Isabelle Albert, Convener)

Valsiner, J. (2015). Listening to the screaming knowledge: Pathways to quietude. Public Lecture at IP-USP-SP São Paulo at the Workshop Knowledge and otherness: disquieting experiences in the dynamics of cultural psychology---October, 13.

Valsiner, J. (2016). The human psyche on the border of irreversible time: Forward-oriented semiosis. Invited lecture at the 31st International Congress of Psychology, Yokohama, Japan, August, 27.

Valsiner, J. (2016). Dialogical Relationship Between Open and Closed Infinities. Paper presented at the 9th International Conference on Dialogical Self (Symposium Dialogicality and Imagination convened by Tania Zittoun), Lublin, September 9.

Valsiner, J. (2016). The flagellating self. Paper presented at the 9th International Conference on Dialogical Self (Symposium Dialogical Self Theory and Psychoanalysis, convened by Dominik Mihalits), Lublin, September 10.

Valsiner, J. (2016). The bare back: Dialogical self in action. Paper presented at the 9th International Conference on Dialogical Self (Symposium The Dialogical Self in Action: When the structure of I-positions becomes culturally displayed, convened by Jensine Nedergaard), Lublin, Sept 10.

Valsiner, J. (2017). Unity of the human mind at the age of globalization.
The Hans-Kilian-Award Lecture, Ruhr-Universität-Bochum, Bochum, April, 28.

Valsiner, J and Nedergaard, J. I. (2017). ,.  !  !! … but (?): How theories turn into dogmas in psychology Poster presented at the 17th Biennial Conference of the International Society of Theoretical Psychology (ISTP) at Rikkyo University, Tokyo, August, 21.

Valsiner, J. (2018). Cultural Psychologies and New General Psychology: What has been learned in the past five years? The Sixth Niels Bohr Professorship Lecture (Part 1). Aalborg, February 26

Valsiner, J. (2018). Beyond Methods to Open-Systemic Methodology in Contemporary Cultural Psychologies The Sixth Niels Bohr Professorship Lecture (Part 2). Aalborg, February 27.

Valsiner, J. (2019). The birth of developmental science: Carl Gustav Carus linking psychology, art and medicine. Paper presented at the 18th Biennial Conference of the International Society of Theoretical Psychology, Copenhagen, Denmark, August 23. Symposium: Theorizing childhood in person and culture. Shuang Shuang Xu, and Kevin R. Carriere,



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