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The scientific heritage of Alexander Luria is vast and not completely studied. His scientific archive includes a range of documents that academics have never encountered. We analyzed the history of Luria's research of semantic aphasia, specifically as it is related to the impairment of visuospatial processing. For this purpose, we investigated unpublished archive materials dating back to 1928–1940, particularly the monograph 'Parietal Aphasia' from 1940. The literature regarding the history ofdoi:10.18502/kls.v4i8.3260 fatcat:otfhh4te6rd3jeey6joivtntri