Dipl. Neuropsychologist Evgeny Shvedovskiy

Diplom neuropsychologist Evgeny Shvedovskiy, born on 09/17/1992

Contacts

+7 9164720665 (WhatsApp, iMessage)
evgeny.shvedovskiy@gmail.com

Languages

Russian (native), English (fluent)

Profiles

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ORCID

Graduate education

2009 – 2014 Specialist degree
Department
Speciality
Diploma of specialist (2014)

Moscow State University of Psychology & Education
Clinical Psychology & Psychology of Special Needs
Clinical Psychologist, Psychologist, Lecturer (Clinical Psychology)

Diploma thesis “Approbation of Methodical Complex for Investigation of the Language in Adolescents with Schizophrenia”

Professional trainings

Year of training / Program

2022 Analysis of the Psychological Research Data and It’s Preparation for the Publication (32 hours,
Moscow State University of Psychology & Education)

2022 Development of Scientific Editor’s Competencies in the Work with Scientific journals (72 hours,
Association of Science Editors and Publishers)

2021 Psychological and Educational, Methodological and Consultative Supports to Families of Individuals
with Special Educational Needs (72 hours, Moscow State University of Psychology & Education)

2020 Understanding and supporting autistic people using the SPELL Framework (6 hours, National Autistic
Society, Great Britain)

2020 Tutor Support for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (36 hours, Educational Center of the
ABA-center “My Planet”)

2019 DIR 201: Promoting basic Functional Emotional Developmental Capacities (DIRFloortime Basic
Certificate, 50 hours, International Council on Development and Learning, USA)

2018 Neuropsychological Diagnostics and Rehabilitation in Children (72 hours, Moscow State University
of Psychology & Education)

2017 Modern Approaches to the Treatment of Schizophrenia (18 hours, Russian Psychiatrists Association)

2017 Psychological and Educational Support of Children with ASD (72 hours, Moscow State University of Psychology & Education)

2014 Psychological Prevention of Social Risks (72 hours, Moscow State University of Psychology & Education)

2914 Neuropsychological Diagnostics and Rehabilitation (72 hours, Moscow State University of Psychology & Education)

Academic Employment

2016 – current
Federal Resource Center for the Organization of Comprehensive Support to Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders of MSUPE
Position
Methodologist
Duties –– Conducting research and clinical diagnostics of children with autism spectrum disorders with the use of following tools:
Vineland Adaptive Behavioral Scales. Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children, Autism Diagnostic Interview-Revised,
executive function testing (EpiTrack, MoCA scales);

–– Staff training and university students training
– 2022 lectures in the professional development course “Designing Research in Psycho-Educational Interventions”
(2 hours lecture)
– 2021 First grade bachelor students practice workshops “Developmental Personality Changes” (18 hours,
18 hours coursework reading hours)
–– Executive secretary of the Journal “Autism & Developmental Disorders”, editorial planning, submissions review processing,
scientific editing;
–– Analytics of inclusion of autistic individuals in the national education system;
–– Grants:
– 2020 Grant Winner Russian Foundation of Fundamental Reseach, Grant No 19-113-50318 “Evidence-Based Research of
the Psycho.Educational Interventions for Individuals with Autism”
– 2021 Rectors honorable mention (workbook recording)

2017 – current Department of Clinical Psychology of Mental Health Research Center
Position Junior Research Assistant
Duties –– Conducting research on the topic of language features in schizophrenia and related disorders on the sample of adolescents;
–– Organization of conferences and workshops in the field of Clinical Psychology
–– Grants and annuals reports;
“Golden Psyche” National Contest winner (2016, 2018)

Professional Employment

2017 – current St. Luke Institute of Child & Adult Neurology & Epileptology

Position
Neuropsychologist
Duties –– Diagnostic of executive functions in patients with epilepsy, pervasive developmental disorders, neurological states
(EpiTrack, MoCA scale, Digit Span etc.);
–– Intelligence Assessment (Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children);
–– Adaptive behavior assessment (Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scale);
–– Autism diagnostics (Autism Diagnostic Interview – Revised);

2015-2016 Inclusive Kindergarten No 288
Position Psychologist
Duties –– Neuropsychological and clinical psychological diagnostics of children and adolescents
–– Support of kindergarten classes (individual and group lessons, children with ASD, Down syndrome;
–– Staff training

2013-2015 District Center for Psychological, Medical and Social Support
Position Educational Psychologist
Duties –– Conducting individual and group trainings with children and adolescents diagnostics of children and adolescents
(educational, behavioral challenges, executive control training);
–– Neuropsychological and clinical diagnostics of children and dadolescents:
–– Communicative training in children with ASD (3-5 yrs);

2012 – current Moscow State University & Education, Department of Informational and Publishing Projects (https://en.mgppu.ru/)
Position Editorial manager
Duties –– Translations and proofreading of submissions to the Journal “Clinical and Special Psychology”
https://psyjournals.ru/en/psyclin/;
–– Support of editorial work in MSUPE Open Journal System https://editorial.mpggpu.ru/;

2008-2012 Moscow State University of Psychology & Education, Center of Neuro-Cognitive Research (MEG-Center) https://megmoscow.com
Position Laboratory Assistant
Duties –– Preparation and administration of experiments with MEG/EEG use;
–– Primary experimental data processing (Voxel modeling etc.);
–– MEG/EEG and other laboratory equipment maintenance;
–– Participation in grant studies;

Publications

 

1. Davydova E.Yu., Sorokin A.B., Khaustov A.V., Shvedovskiy E.F. Challenges and Perspectives of Evidence-Based Interventions Integration into Schooling of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders Clinical Psychology and Special Education, 2021. Vol. 10, no. 1, pp. 36–60. doi:10.17759/cpse.2021100103.

 

2. Pantsyr S.N., Shvedovskiy E.F. Potentials & Conditions of Remote Counselling of the Families of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Autism and Developmental Disorders (Russia), 2020. Vol. 18, no. 2, pp. 14–20. doi:10.17759/autdd.2020180203.

 

3. Dormand L., Shvedovskiy E.F. Inclusion in the work with children with autism spectrum disorders, Autism and Developmental Disorders, 2017. Vol. 15, no. 3, pp. 69–72. doi:10.17759/autdd.2017150309.

 

4. Shvedovsky E.F., Zvereva N.V., Experience in the use of a methodological complex for the study of speech and thought activity in adolescents with endogenous mental pathology. Psychological Diagnostics, 2017, No.2 pp. 112-123

 

5. Zvereva M.V., Shvedovskiy E.F. All-Russian Conference with International Participation “Diagnostics in Medical Psychology: Traditions and Prospects (To the 105th Anniversary of S.Ya. Rubinstein)”, Clinical Psychology and Special Education, 2016. Vol. 5, no. 4, pp. 143–149. doi:10.17759/cpse.2016050411.

 

6. Shvedovskiy E.F., Zvereva N.V. Studies of Speech Disorders in Schizophrenia. History and State-of-the-art. Psychological Science and Education, 2015. Vol. 20, no. 2, pp. 78–93. doi:10.17759/pse.2015200209.

 

7. Shvedovskiy E.F. Approbation of methodical complex for investigation of speech activity in adolescents with schizophrenia, Clinical Psychology and Special Education, 2014. Vol. 3, no. 4

 

Conference abstracts


1. Shvedovskiy E., Zvereva N., Balakireva E.E., Connections Between Expressive Language Skills and Cognitive Features in Adolescents with Schizophrenia. Diagnostics in the clinical psychology: traditions and perspectives. Book of abstracts of the III National scientific and practical conference with the international participation. November 25-26, 2021 / ed. N.V.Zvereva, I.F.Roschina – M. 2021. pp. 166-167
 

2. Shvedovskiy E., Zvereva N., The Correlation between first words appearance and productive speech in adolescents with schizophrenia EPA 2020 Abstracts, Part 2. (2020). European Psychiatry, 63(S1), P. 668-S669. doi:10.1192/j.eurpsy.2020.95

3. Zvereva N., Shvedovsky E., Productive speech and thinking features in adolescents with schizophrenia and their normotypal peers Book of Abstracts: XVI European Congress of Psychology (ECP 2019) (2‒5 July, 2019, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow). — Moscow: Moscow University Press, 2019, 2158 p. 

4. Shvedovsky E.F., Shvedovskaya A.A. The use of pathopsychological tools to identify the characteristics of speech activity in normotypical adolescents. Collection of abstracts of the participants of the VI National scientific and practical conference on developmental psychology, dedicated to the 80th anniversary of the birth of Professor L.F. Obukhova December 13-14, 2018 / ed. I.V. Shapovalenko, L.I. Elkoninova, Yu.A. Kochetova – M.: MSUPE, 2018. – 639 p. pp. 467-469 

5. Shvedovsky E.F. Clinical factors and features of speech in patients with adolescent schizophrenia. Polyakov Readings-2018 (to the 90th anniversary of Yu.F.Polyakov). Scientific and practical edition. Collection of materials of the scientific-practical conference with international participation March 15-16, 2018 / ed. N.V. Zvereva, I.F., Roshchina. S.N., Enikolopov. – M.: Sam Polygraphist LLC, 2018. – 390 p.

6. Shvedovsky E.F., Toolkit aimed at the studying of language in adolescents with endogenous disorders, Comprehensive support for children with autism spectrum disorders. Proceedings of the II National scientific and practical conference, November 22–24, 2017, Moscow /Ed. A.V. Khaustov. M.: MSUPE, 2017. pp. 326-329

7. Shvedovskiy E., Zvereva N., Language in schizophrenia in adolescent girls. Poster presentation thesis, International ESCAP Congress 2017, PS02-37 (P) 3454, p. 123

8. Drozdova A.D., Shvedovsky E.F., Development of a methodology for assessing written speech in adolescents with endogenous mental pathology, Young Education Researchers. XVI All-Russian Scientific and Practical Conference. Volume I. – M.: MSUPE, 2017. – pp. 329-331
 

9. Shvedovsky E.F., Zvereva N.V., Balakireva E.E., Study of speech activity in adolescents with schizophrenia, Ananiev readings – 2016: Psychology: yesterday, today, tomorrow: materials of the international scientific conference, October 25–29 2016, in 2 volumes. Volume 1./otv. ed. A.V. Shaboltas, N.V. Grishina, S.V. Mednikov, D.N. Volkov – St. Petersburg: Aising, 2016. – Vol. 1. 432 p.
 

10. Balakireva E.E., Shvedovsky E.F., Zvereva N.V., Clinical factors and speech development in adolescents with schizophrenia, In the collection: Mental health of the country’s children – the future health of the nation, collection of materials of the National Conference on Child Psychiatry and Narcology. 2016. С. 48-49. 

11. Shvedovsky E.F., Toolkit for study of speech in endogenous mental pathology in adolescents, In the collection: Modern problems of psychology and education in the context of working with various categories of children and youth. Materials of a scientific and practical conference. 2016. S.279-281

12. Shvedovskiy E., Zvereva N., Investigation of speech in adolescents with schizophrenia. Pilot study, European Child &Adolescent Psychiatry Journal (2015) 24 (Suppl 1): S203 DOI 10.1007/s00787-015-0714-4 

13. Shvedovsky E.F., Zvereva N.V., Balakireva E.E., Study of the Language Activity Features in Adolescents with Schizophrenia, In the Proceedings: XVI Congress of Psychiatrists of Russia. National Scientific and Practical Conference with International Participation “Psychiatry at the Stages of Reforms: Problems and Prospects” Editor-in-chief Neznanov N.G., 2015. p. 259.
 

14. Shvedovsky E.F., Zvereva N.V., Approbation of a methodological complex for the study of speech activity in adolescents with schizophrenia, Cognition and Language: Approaches, Problems, Solutions: Proceedings of the XV International Readings in Memory of L.S. Vygotsky. Moscow, 17-21 November 2014 / Ed. V.T. Kudryavtseva: In 2 vol. Vo;. 2. M .: Lev, 2014. P. 31-35 

Conference reports, public lectures

1. Shvedovskiy E., Theory of Mind and Autism. Why do we Need to Prognose one’s behavior? (keynote) March 5, 2022, 4th International Congress “Ferqli Ferdler” (Baku, Azerbaijan)


2. Shvedovskiy E., Khilkevich E. Social Stories for Visitors with Autism Spectrum Disorders (public lecture) January, 2022, Russian State Library for Youth (Moscow, Russia)


3. Shvedovskiy E.The Relationship of Some Parameters of Expressive Language and Cognitive Activity in Adolescents with Schizophrenia (section report), November 25-26, 2021 Third National Scientific-Practical Conference with the International Participation “Diagnostics in Clinical Psychology. Traditions and Perspectives” (Moscow, Russia)


4. Shvedovskiy E. Expressive and Impressive Language in Child and Adolescents with Schizophrenia (section report) October 14-16 2021, 8 International Scientific and Practical conference “Clinical psychology: historical traditions and modern practice” (Saint-Petersburg, Russia)


5. Shvedovskiy E., Zvereva N., The Correlation Between First Words Appearance and Productive Speech in Adolescents with Schizophrenia (poster presentation) July 4-7, 2021 28th European Congress of Psychiatry EPA Virtual (Nice, France)


6. Shvedovskiy E. Neuropsychological Approach to the Issue of Autism (keynote) April 1, 2021 International Workshop “Inclusive Programs for visitors with Autism Spectrum Disorders in Libraries” (Moscow, Russia)


7. Shvedovskiy E. Early Speech Development and Actual Expressive Language Connections in Adolescent Patients with Schizophrenia (poster presentation) November 18-19, 2020 Zeigarnikovs Reedings. Diagnostics and Psychological Support in the Current Clinical Psychology: Problem of the Scientific and Ethical Concerns (Moscow, Russia)


8. Shvedovskiy E. Neuropsychological Approach in the Work of the Psychologist (section report) October 30, 2019 Conference of St.Luke Clinical Institutions (Moscow, Russia)


9. Shvedovskiy E. Productive Speech and Thinking Features in Adolescents with Schizophrenia and their Normotypal peers (poster presentation) July 2-5, 2019 16th European Congress of Psychology (Moscow, Russia)


10. Shvedovskiy E. Early language markers of Language Disorders in Adolescents with Schizophrenia (poster session), April 17-22 2019, 14th School of Young Psychiatrists “SUZDAL-2019” (Suzdal, Russia)


11. Shvedovskiy E. The Use of Pathopsychological Tools to Identify the Characteristics of Speech Activity in Normotypical Adolescents (section report) December 13-14, 2018 6th National Scientific and Practical Conference on Developmental Psychology, Dedicated to the 80th Anniversary of the birth of Professor L.F. Obukhova (Moscow, Russia)


12. Shvedovskiy E. Clinical Predictors and Language Features in Patients with Schizophrenia of Adolescent Age (poster presentation) March 15-16, 201

8 National Scientific and Practical Conference with the International Participation “Methodological and Applied Problems of Clinical psychology. Polyakov’s Readings (Moscow, Russia)


13. Shvedovskiy E., Zvereva N. Language in schizophrenia in adolescent girls (poster presentation), July 9-11 2017, 17th International Congress of ESCAP 2017 (Geneva, Swizerland)


14. Shvedovskiy E. Assessment Instrument for Psycholinguistic acquisition of Language in Clinical Setting (poster presentation), April 23-28 2017, 13th School of Young Psychiatrists “SUZDAL-2019” (Suzdal, Russia)


15. Shvedovskiy E. Language Production Speed in Adolescents. Clinical and Normal Peers (section report), October 25-26, 2016, International Ananyev Readings 2016. Psychology – Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow (Saint-Petersburg, Russia)


16. Shvedovskiy E., Zvereva N. Investigation of speech in adolescents with schizophrenia: pilot study (poster presentation), July 2015, 16th International Congress of ESCAP 2015 (Madrid, Spain)


17. Shvedovskiy E. Preliminary Results of the Investigation of Language in Endogenous Pathology in Adolescents (section report), October 2014, 15th International Vygotsky Reedings (Moscow, Russia)