Psychological Games and Playing-Fields
Intercourse is presented as psychological games on wordy playing-fields. Made estimation of influence at character of creating wordy playing-field features of players: aggressiveness/victimness and carefulness/infantileness. Different wordy playing-fields are present an examples: fight for social status; stability of abusive vocabulary; evtanazie.
Key words: psychology, socionics, psychological game, word, status, abuse, euthanasia.
Problems of Identification of Socionic Type
Determination of Type by Observation
Techniques are described for determining socionic type of personality by observation, and through the use of representation of socionic temperament and preset types of human activity in micro- and macro-sociums.
Key words: socionics, sociodiagnostics, micro-socium, macro-socium, socionic temperament, preset types of activity.
Mathematical Methods in Socionics
Modeling of the Virtual World
A description approach for the virtual world modeling is grounded. Description models of the demons, intuition, informative physics, chakrs and informative metabolism functions are constructed.
Key words: description, virtual world, paradox, demon, intuition, Plank’s physics, chakra, informational metabolism functions, hexanema.
The Artist in the Mirror of Socionics: Igor Grabar
The informational metabolism type of the famous painter, art historian and theoretician Igor E.Grabar is analyzed. Based on content analysis of literary sources, using Jung’s and Reinin’s criteria and the informational model of psyche (Model A) it is shown that I.Grabar was a sensory-logical extrovert (SLE).
Key words: socionics, diagnostics of the informational metabolism type, psychology, psychical functions, extroversion, introversion, Jung’s criteria, Reinin’s criteria.
Amino Acids and Wave Process
It is shown that coding of amino acids by the nitrogenous bases is subordinated to the law similar to wave process.
Key words: law, amino acids, coding, distribution, wave process.
In the End of the Issue
Fairy Tale about Socionics, or Socionics in Foxes
The fairy tale, in which process of discovery of own socionic type is shown, is presented. The attentive reader can recognise in heroes of a fairy tale — socionic types, and in prominent features of heroes — displays of work of functions in model A and dichotomic criteria. Also in a fairy tale intertype relationships and others socionic rules are reflected. In the end the author conducts socionic analysis of this fairy tale.
Key words: socionics, psychology, personality type, intertype relationships, personality development, self-knowledge.