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Name: Valery  Belyanin
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Homepage: http://www.psyling.com
State and/or Country: Ontario
Canada   
Linguistic Field(s): Psycholinguistics
Subject Language(s): Russian
Selected Publications: 1. Belyanin V. Foundations of Psycholinguistic Diagnostics: Models of the World in Fiction (“Osnovy Psyholingvisitcheskoy Diagnostiki. Modeli Mira v Literature”). Moscow, Trivola, 2000: 234 pp. (2.000 copies). http://www.textology.ru/belyanin/bel_ann1.html http://www.textology.ru/lavka/models1.html
2. Belyanin V. Introduction to Psychiatric Literary Criticism. (“Vvedeniye v Psixiatricheskoye Litera-turovedeniye”) // Specimina Philologae Slavicae. Verlag Otto Sagner. – Germany, Munchen, 1996: 296 pp.
3. Belyanin V. Psycholinguistic Aspects of Fiction (“Psiholingvisticheskiye Aspekty Hudozhestvennogo Teksta”). Moscow, Moscow State University Press, 1988: 120 pp. (3,800 copies).
4. Belyanin V., Butenko I. Anthology of Dark Humour (“Antologiya Chernogo Yumora”). Moscow, PAIMS, 1996: 192 pp. (1,000 copies).
5. Belyanin V., Butenko I. Living Speech: Dictionary of Modern Russian Colloquial Sayings (“Zhivaya Rech”). Moscow, PAIMS, 1994: 183 pp. (12,800 copies). http://www.gramota.ru/slovari.html?phras.htm
6. Belyanin V. Psycholinguistics: A Textbook for Teachers and Students. — Moscow, Flinta, Nauka, 2004. 2nd edition. (5,000 copies).
7. Belyanin V. Psycholinguistics: A Manual for post-graduate students in linguistics and psychology — Moscow, Flinta, Nauka, 2003. http://www.textology.ru/anons1.html (5,000 copies).
8. Belyanin V. Doctoral Thesis: "Psycholinguistic Typology Based of Emotional and Semantic Dominant of Literary Texts." Moscow, Moscow State University. 403 pp.
Also in http://linguistlist.org/cgi-bin/dissfly.cgi?belyanin
9. Belyanin V. Ph.D. Dissertation: “Experimental Study of the Psycholinguistic Regularities of Text Perception”. Moscow, Institute of Linguistics. 269 pp.
11. Heveshi M.A. Dictionary of Concepts of Soviet Period. Moscow. Mezhdunarodnyje Otnoshenija., 2003, 2004. /edited/
Announced on LINGUIST :  Psycholinguistics
Courses Taught: Russian language, Forensic Psycholinguistics
Dissertation Abstract: Psycholinguistic Typology of Literary Texts



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