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In , he began his studies at the historical-philological Faculty of the University. The historical-philological Faculty, at the time, included a Department of Philosophy at which G. Chelpanov was teaching psychology, and Leont'ev studied psychology with him. In , Leont'ev graduated from what became the Faculty of Social Sciences. Leont'ev worked with Lev Vygotsky — and Alexander Luria — from to , collaborating on the development of a Marxist psychology as a response to behaviourism and the focus on the stimulus-response mechanism as explanation for human behaviour. Leont'ev left Vygotsky's group in Moscow in , to take up a position in Kharkov. He continued to work with Vygotsky for some time but, eventually, there was a split, although they continued to communicate with one another on scientific matters Veer and Valsiner,
Aleksei N. Leontiev