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Библиотека Института

Address: Office 208, 13 korpus 1, Yaroslavskaya str.,
Moscow, 129366
Phone: +7 495 374-71-34 add. 208
Head of the Library: Elena Sokolovа
Email address: lib@psychol.ru
 
About the Library
 
The Institute owns a specialized library, which is the most extensive among similar libraries of other universities.
 
The Library began to form in 1991 starting with professional literature received by the Institute as donations from various international psychotherapy associations, as well as from individuals.
 
Currently, its collections comprise about 7000 books, journals, and articles on various areas of psychology, psychotherapy and psychoanalysis in Russian and other languages. Among them are the books and magazines on psychoanalysis from the early XX century to the present day.

Many of the available books and articles were never published in Russia before and were translated into Russian for the first time by the Institute's specialists.

Acquisition for the Library stocks is carried out taking into account the needs of the educational process, scientific, practical and clinical work of students and teachers at the Institute. Replenishment of the Library is based on the recommendations from the teachers of the Institute departments and its leading specialists in the field of psychotherapy and psychoanalysis. This ensures that the purchased literature meets modern professional standards.

The unique collection of foreign psychoanalytic literature includes works by Z.Freud, O.Fenichel, K.Menninger, C.Brenner, A.Freud, M.Klein, M.Mahler, O.Fraiberg, E.Furman, J.Bowlby, J.Sandler, O.Kernberg, J.Chasseguet-Smirgel, as well as thematic monographs by the E. R.Kriss research group, of the International Psychoanalytic Association, and many other works.
The library possesses a unique electronic archive of articles published in the professional journals of the American Psychoanalytic Association (APA) and the International Psychoanalytic Association (IPA).

The catalogues (alphabetical and systematic) and the card indexes of foreign literature and translations make it easier to work with the library's collection. Since 2010, the IPPP library has maintained an Electronic catalog that includes descriptions of all the publications in the stock.

For the convenience of readers, the library is equipped with computers with Internet access, as well as a copier and printer.
The Library is open to everyone to sign up, loan its materials and use the reading room.
In accordance with the Federal law on Librarianship (№78-ФЗ), readers have the right to receive free of charge:

  • information about the availability of a specific document in the library's collection;
  • complete information about the composition of the library stock through the catalog system and other forms of library information;
  • consulting and assistance in finding information sources;
  • documents for temporary use in accordance with the rules and regulations of the library.
 
Cannot be taken home: documents in a unique copy, encyclopedias and reference books, students' theses and periodicals. The readers can work with them in the reading room. (IPPP Library Rules and Regulations).

You can learn about the opening hours, check the availability of materials and extend the term of their use by sending us an email: lib@psychol.ru.

A cooperation agreement was signed between the Institute and the Institute of Psychology of Russian Academy of Sciences, according to which students and trainees of the IPPP gain access to the collections of the scientific library of the Institute of Psychology of RAS.


Opening hours:
Tuesday – Friday: from 12:00 A.M. -  07:00 P.M.
Every second and fourth Saturday of the month: 12:00 A.M. -  07:00 P.M.

Announcements:
"New additions to the IPPP library" exhibition opens the 18 January 2016 in the reading room.
Periodicals subscribed in the year 2015
Since March 21, 2013, the Institute of Practical Psychology and Psychoanalysis has been connected to the electronic library system "University Library Online". The system is accessible on the "Electronic resources" page.