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On some historical roots and present-day doubts: A reply to Nicolopoulou and Weintraub. Culture & Psychology, 2, 457–463. van der Veer, R. (2002). Vygotsky criticized. Journal of Russian and Eastern European Psychology, 38, 3–9. (dated November–December 2000, vol. , & Valsiner, J. (1991). Understanding Vygotsky: A quest for synthesis. Oxford: Blackwell. Vygotsky, L. S. (1931/1983). Istoriya razvitiya vysshikh psikhicheskikh funktsii. In A. M. ), Sobranie sochinenii. Tom tretii. Problemy razvitiya psikhiki (pp.
Different researchers have attempted to expand Vygotsky’s schematic ideas about the semiotic regulation of behavior. In their study of mother-child dyads, for example, Wertsch (1985) and others have shown how the process of self-regulation emerges from other-regulation by means of language. The mother scaffolds or guides the child’s activity with words and gradually gives her child more responsibility to perform the task successfully on his or her own. This model seemed very plausible, although Wertsch has rightly remarked that we need to specify in more detail what semiotic means are being used in social interaction.
In other words, they have investigated whether measurement of aided and unaided performance on IQ tests yields important prognostic information, as was suggested by Vygotsky in the early 1930s (Brown & Ferrara, 1985; Brown & French, 1979). In my view, many of these different interpretations are important, and I myself attach special importance to those interpretations which confront Vygotsky’s notions with findings of modern research that come from quite different paradigms, whether from cognitive science, sociobiology, or any other area.