Christianity and Socionics
The correspondence between eight socionic functions and eight sins in Christianity is presented. The concepts of paradise and hell as states of the internal world of person are considered from point of view of psychology and socionics. The degree of inclination of person to the sin for each function of the model A of the socionic type is analyzed.
Key words: socionics, socionic functions, science, religion, Christianity, sin, paradise, hell.
Problems of Education
Stages of Formation of Child Individuality from the Viewpoint of Socionics
From the standpoints of socionics and the informational metabolism model the author considers various stages of formation of child individuality and proposes her suggestions to educationists and pedagogues.
Key words: socionics, socionic type, education, pedagogy, personality, psychological criteria, periods of development of psyche, quadral periods.
New Psycho-Informational Technologies and Prospects of their Application
Socionics, the theory of informational metabolism, has developed, for the time of its development, a whole spectrum of new intellectual technologies used in pedagogic, investigation of interpersonal relations in family, psychotherapy, personnel management, for formation of effective workgroups and development of artificial intelligence systems. The article drafts a potential of socionic political technologies in implementation of social, economic, administrative, and armed forces reforms, also in public administration, conduct of ideological, election and advertising campaigns, as well as in instrumental implementation of an effective external and internal policy.
Key words: socionics, psychology, sociology, humanity technologies, social technologies, informational technologies, political science, armed forces reform, administrative reforms, pedagogic, informational science, personnel management, education, ethnology.
Yermak V.D., Roslankina Yu.V.
Models of Psyche Informational Metabolism Types: Description of Structure and Functioning
Type descriptions are widely spread in socionics, although in reality they represent more or less adequate descriptions of real individuals belonging to some or other type of informational metabolism. However, it has been psyche TIM model which reflects psyche structure and functioning mechanism that Aushra Augustinavichiute put in the basis of socionics; meanwhile, a real individual comprises a certain structure (psyche TIM model) filled with some real life information. Psyche TIM model descriptions serve the basis for socionic applications related to development of recommendations and prognoses related to real individuals. In the first part of the paper descriptions of psyche TIM models for the first Quadra of the Socion are given.
Key words: socionics, model, description, informational metabolism type, psychical function, identification, verification, personality, individuality.
Notes from Kindergarten
Shortcomings of the system of modern preschool education are analyzed. The value of the period of preschool education for the entire subsequent life of person is emphasized.
Key words: preschool education, children, educators, parents.
Person and Machinery
Informational Metabolism Types of "Human - Wear Out Process" Systems
It is demonstrated that the informational metabolism type of the system "human - process of deteriorateion of machine interface details" is -S+P, and the informational metabolism type of the system "human - process of deterioration of machine working bodies, contacting to a constantly renewed product" is +P-S.
Key words: socionics, technical system, "human - deterioration process" system, informational metabolism type.
Syrenova T.I., Ayurzanayev O.I.
Psychology of Color in Socionics. Estimation of personality type by means of preference of color
The psychological aspect of the perception of color is examined. Psychological qualities, desires and aspirations of people, who give preference to the certain color or reject it, are described.
Key words: socionics, psychology, personality type, color.