Psychology and Socionics
of Interpersonal Relationships - journal issue 1/03

  • N 1 (1)

  • January

  • 2003

CONTENTS

Researches

Bukalov A.V.

Socionics - a New Stage in Development of Psychology and Humanitarian Disciplines

Fundamentals of a new science called Socionics are described, which arose in the works of A. Augustinavichiute from generalized C.G. Jung's personality typology. The analytical apparatus of Socionics allows analyzing human psyche structure, social dynamics, national mentality, social-political and historical processes at high grade of precision, forecasting relationships between people, create harmonic teams. Socionics is also applied in humanitarian disciplines (sociology, philosophy, linguistics, literary criticism etc.).
Key words: Socionics, psychoanalysis, personality types, intertype relationships, national mentality, management, linguistics, sociology, mentology.

Donchenko Ye.A.

Homo Fractalis Against the Main Result of Globalisation Processes - Societal and Individual Loss of Home

Interaction between the Outer Man and the archetypical, Inner Man may be studied using the concept of Psycho-fractal, which presents the basic arch-structure of psyche as a system of super-stable links between certain elements of the world soul, psyche functions and elements of the psycho-social phenomenon. Such 'inborn' arch-structure is immanent to each individual and each society, and is its specific principle of self-realization in the world. Properties of societal and individual psycho-fractals and their internal relation to the concepts of Socionics are considered.
Key words: psyche structure, archetype, psychological culture, psycho-fractal, Socionics, human relationships.

Meged V.V., Ovcharov A.A.

Difference Between Methods of Socionics and Psychology

The difference between methods of psychology and the theory of psyche informational metabolism, also called Socionics, is considered. It is demonstrated that Socionics possesses a powerful tool of analyzing personality and interpersonal relationships, which may successfully complement traditional psychological methods.
Key words: Socionics, psychology, personality types, psyche model, interpersonal relations, system approach.

Gulenko V.V.

Relationships According to Jung's Basis

Existence of difference between the intertype relationships according to A. Augustinavichiute and such relationships between socionic types, which may be created on the basis of coincidence or divergence of the Jungian dimensions, is demonstrated.
Key words: psychological types, socionic types, intertype relationships, Jung's basis.

Socionics Methods

Augustinavichiute A.

Comment to Jungian Typology and Introduction to Informational Metabolism

Based on C.G.Jung's typology and his notions of psyche function, construction of structural informational models of psyche is proposed: a 4-element (J-Model) and 8-element (A-Model) ones. These models allow distinguishing and describing 16 informational metabolism types, which significantly extend possibilities of the Jungian personality typology.
Key words: typology, psyche, Socionics, psyche function, extroversion, introversion, informational metabolism type, informational metabolism model.

Shulman G.A.

Sixteen Sixteenths

Sources of Aushra Augustinavichiute's Socionics, primary concepts of the informational metabolism typology, structure of psyche of the socionic types, its components, elements of relationship typology, psychological portraits of the types, and rules of survival.
Key words: Socionics, personality psychology, psychological types, psyche functions, psyche structure, informational flow aspects, extroversion, introversion, rationality (judgment), irrationality (perception), thinking (logic), feeling (ethic), sensation, intuition, structure of the psyche according to Jung's model, intertype relationships, structure of intertype relationships, psyche informational model.

Problems of Education

Rimareva I.I.

Man in the Structure of Educational Space

The article is devoted to revealing social essence of the education as organic combination of the abilities of social systems (human systems) of various scope to self-organization and self-development. The educational system in the context of this approach acts as a social constructor, which provides conservation, topology and adoption of the social norms and values, which makes it an ideal model of the human system, within which transition becomes possible from the traditional educational system to the system of continuous education. The main purpose of this new system is to stimulate and develop motivational-emotional activity of the educators and the educated, the forming in the student's mind of an algorithm of individual cognition, which can be adapted and transformed to reveal the maximum of the educational and new-formational ability. The implementation of the continuous education concept can be based on the hermeneutic approach to the cognition system, which will become possible only when the priority changes from the knowledge reproduction function to the new-knowledge creation function (new-formation).
Key words: education, cognition, motivation.

Nazarenko T.

Gifted Children

In the search of an answer to the question 'who are gifted children and how to educate gifted children?' the author considers correlation between gifts and capabilities. Peculiarities of upbringing gifted children are discussed.
Key words: gift, capabilities, upbringing, intellect levels, school, test.

Social Psychology

Bondarenko O.Ya.

Democracy and Totemism

Possibilities of a new scientific discipline called ethnic prognostics are demonstrated. The mechanism of performing an electoral presidential campaign is analyzed, however, not from the standpoint of political science, but rather from the viewpoint of alternative psychological approaches, so to say, from the viewpoint of inner motive powers of the campaign. An attempt of modeling the voter's inner world has been made, both in general and at each certain time moment, motivation of his actions is analyzed. Also considered is the concept of Totem: what is a Totem president and what is a Human president, and what is the difference between them. Why so many voters tend to totemism in its various manifestations and how can one use it in practice? The reader can compare how exactly the forecasts made by methods of ethnic prognostics came true.
Key words: democracy, state, social psychology.

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