Yuliya Gippenreyter

Julia Gippenreiter (Russian:Ю́лия Бори́совна Гиппенре́йтер; born 25 March 1930, in Moscow) is a modern Russian psychologist, a specialist in experimental psychology, psychophysiology, family therapy and neuro-linguistic programming.[1][2]

Yuliya Gippenreyter
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Gippenreyter in 2015
Born(1930-03-25)25 March 1930
OccupationPsychologist

Gippenreiter is one of the founders of psychotherapy in Russia. Her doctoral thesis (1975) studied psychophysiology of eye movement in the context of various performances.[2][3]

She is an author of more than 80 scientific publications,[2] including a monograph on Human Eyes Movement (1978), a university study book on General Psychology (1988)[4] and several popular books on family and children psychology. She popularized active listening as a useful communication tool for families.[5][6]


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  1. ^ "Гиппенрейтер Юлия Борисовна" [Julia Borisovna Gippenreiter] (in Russian). Institute of Psychology of Russian Academy of Science. Retrieved 2022-05-06.
  2. ^ a b c "Гиппенрейтер Юлия Борисовна" [Julia Borisovna Gippenreiter] (in Russian). Moscow State University. Retrieved 2022-05-06.
  3. ^ "Юлия Гиппенрейтер: «Мудрым человек становится от жизни — если вообще становится»" [Julia Gippenreiter: ‘Man Gets Wise from Life, If Gets at all’] (in Russian). Harvard Business Review. Retrieved 2022-05-06.
  4. ^ "К 80-летию Юлии Борисовны Гиппенрейтер" (PDF) (in Russian). MSU Bulletin. 2010. Retrieved 2022-05-06.
  5. ^ Mitkevich, A. (2020-03-25). "«Живешь — живи. Радуйся». Главному российскому психологу Юлии Гиппенрейтер исполнилось 90 лет" [‘If Alive - Live. Be Happy’ Main Russian Psychologist Julia Gippenreyter turns 90] (in Russian). Forbes. Retrieved 2022-05-06.
  6. ^ "Юлия Гиппенрейтер: Мы даем не то, что надо ребенку" [Julia Gippenreyter: We Give Not What Kids Need] (in Russian). PravMir. 2016-08-16. Retrieved 2022-05-06.

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