Psychology and Socionics
of Interpersonal Relationships - journal issue 12/05

  • N 12 (36)

  • December

  • 2005

CONTENTS

Researches

Pankova M.V.

On Features of Empathy

The study performed reflects complexity and variety of the phenomenon of empathy. Analysis of differences of neurotic patients and healthy people in empathic interaction has displayed that, unlike healthy people whose empathic interaction is based on internal attitudes and capabilities, empathy of neurotics distinguishes with unconscious and involuntary character. Outer, affective aspects are predominant in empathy of patients. There is no difference between patients and healthy respondents in displaying empathy towards people. High level of empathy of neurotic patients is caused by wider range of empathy objects: animals, literature heroes. The hypothesis of a higher empathy level of neurotic patients compared to healthy испытуемыми has been proved.
Key words: empathy, neurosis, psychotherapy.

Ivanov D.A., Opanasenko V.V., Tofan N.T.

Emotions in the Left and Right Brain Hemispheres and the Mechanism of Alcohol Impact on Them

A sequence of the depression of the brain hemispheres under alcoholic influence is considered in this article. A mechanism of an inhibition of the bents is described based on presumption of differentiation not only of social emotions but biological emotions as well, which are reversely associated with them in the left or right cerebral space.
Key words: social and biological emotions, alcoholic intoxication, brain hemispheres, reticule-limbic system, informational metabolism functions.

Socionic Methods

Aushra Augustinavichiute

The Socionic Nature of Humanity and Non-Socionity of the Society

Under consideration are fundamentals of Socionics, a theory of informational metabolism developed by the author. The role of the system of informational metabolism types called Socion in functioning of the society is described; the role of complementary (dual) relationship is emphasized.
Key words: socionics, psychology, socion, informational metabolism type, intertype relationships, dual (complementary) relationship, dyad.

Churyumov S.I.

One More Approach to Modeling of Intertype Relationships

A new approach toward modeling and description of intertype relationships is proposed based on the model of contact of functions with equal informational contents. Models of all the intertype relationships are built and considered in details.
Key words: socionics, informational metabolism type, functions, aspectual contents, intertype relationships, model of intertype relationships.

Informational Structure of Society

Bukalov A.V.

Integral Types of Cultures and Nations. Ethnic Socionics

Considering the concept of culture as integral super-organism allows revealing psycho-informational types of cultures and describing them using socionic methods. Integral types of cultures or ethic mentalities of France, Ancient Athens and Sparta, India and Russia are described.
Key words: socionics, society, psycho-informational system, cultural type, ethnic mentality, totalitarian structures, informational society.

Hypothesis

Semenenko Ye.V., Savchenko S.V.

The Model of Type States

Based on C.G. Jung's ideas, a system of psyche functions and attitudes is considered in application to the so-cionic model, Myers-Briggs personality typology and the system of symbolic socionics.
Key words: psyche function, attitudes, socionics, Myers-Briggs typology, symbol socionics.

Litvinenko I.Yu.

Prerequisites of the Socionic Type

A hypothesis is considered that spatial DNA conformation determines the informational metabolism type of human.
Key words: socionics, DNA, informational metabolism type, psyche.

Socionic Portraits

Shulman G.A.

Aphoristic Portraits of the Socionic Types

For the first time a socionic journal publishes well known among socionists short(aphoristic) descriptions of the socionic types prepared by the author to the Second All-Union Socionic Conference that took place in August 1989 in Novosibirsk, Katoun' tourist camp.
Key words: socionics, socionic types of people (TIMs), pseudonyms, aphoristic portraits.