The Neuronal Structures and the Informational Metabolism Functions
The comparison of the recently discovered neuronal structure, which responds for self-consciousness, with the socionical informational model of psyche leads to understanding that it is necessary the existing of 8 (16) neuronal structures, which corresponds to the Jung's psychological functions or the informational metabolism functions. There is proposed to begin the search of such neuronal structures by neurophysiological methods.
Key words: socionics, personality psychology, consciousness, neuronal structure, model of psyche, psychical function, function of informational metabolism, neurophysiology.
Functional Asymmetry of Brain Hemispheres and the Psychological Type
The hypothesis about localization of rational functions of information metabolism in the left hemisphere of brain, and of irrational functions in the right hemisphere is offered.
Key words: the psychological type, brain, hemispheric asymmetry, mental functions, socionics, C.G.Jung.
Role of Alcohol in Suicidal Manifestations
Role of alcohol as a detonator for suicidal actions is considered. A combination of form and factors of alco-holic degradation of personality along with TIM preferences is formulated. The analysis of the whole com-plex of suicide factors makes it possible to undertake efficient anti-suicidal measures.
Key words: type of informational metabolism, suicide, form of alcohol intoxication, abstinence syndrome variants.
On Functioning of the Model of Informational Metabolism of Psyche
The article represents analysis of information flow and the mechanism of its processing by psychical func-tions of the Mental and Vital loops of the Model A with regard to their dimensionality.
Key words: socionics, psychology, model of psyche, psychic functions, informational flow aspects.
Individual and Archetypal Manifests of Sexuality in Socionic Context
The article considers sexual manifests in regard to personality types (information metabolism types), psychosexual behavioral models and individuation stages.
Key words: socionics, analytical psychology, individuation, archetypes, Ego, Persona, Shadow, Anima/Animus, psychosexual behavior models.
Socionics in nursery
Family Socionics: Your Child and Your Relations with Him
Peculiarities of manifestation of socionic types among children are considered. The article proposes some advices to parents concerning upbringing of their children and creation of favorable conditions for their de-velopment depending on their socionic types, action attitudes, temperaments.
Key words: socionics, socionic type, activity attitude, temperament, upbringing, career guidance.
On the Socionic Terminology
The comparison of names of blocks of the Model A (Ego, Super-Ego, Super-Id, Id) with their definitions ac-cording to Freud has revealed substantial divergence between these two systems.
Key words: socionics, Ego, Super-Ego, Super-Id, Id, A model blocks.
How Strong Is the Basis of Socionics?
The ontological status of the socionics basis and the variety of its natural scientific, psychological and philo-sophical substantiations are considered. It is shown that the Newtonian physical concept of the world cannot serve as an unequivocal basis for the definition of the basic socionics concepts.
Key words: socionics, informational flow aspects, communication process, rationality, irrationality, logic, intuition, sensation, ethic.
The Modern Basis of Socionics is Stable Enough
Ontological status of the socionic basis was considered in connection with systematic-subjective conception. Once again it was emphasized that systematic approach and in particular the principle of control entirely suf-fice for revealing the structure and creation of the model of informational metabolism of psyche, while the subjective nature of interaction of the psyche with the world that generates the aspectual structure of the in-formational flow is irrelevant to the model of the world generally accepted in physics.
Key words: socionics, system, information, function, aspect, processor, model, psyche, object, subject.
Makarenko T.N., Petrov A.Yu.
Socionic Types and Stereotypes
Various cliches and stereotypes regarding both general socionic rules and traits of particular types are con-sidered and criticized in this article.
Key words: socionics, socionic type, Jung's basis, Reinin's basis, Quadra, testing.