On the possible quantum nature of consciousness and psyche
The possible nature of consciousness and psyche and their correlation with known neurophysiological processes and structures are considered. A review of a number of work shows that the processes of consciousness and thinking are adequately described only with the application of the concepts of quantum mechanics, which leads to questions about the quantum nature of mental processes and consciousness. Since the neural substrate can not provide the manifestation of quantum processes, there are proposed the concepts of consciousness in which neural structures associated with the other having a quantum nature and conjugated with neurons. The emergence of such concepts is also associated with the existence of living and working people who have no more than 10% of the brain. Cases of life of people with completely degraded neuronal structures of the brain are also given. Proceeding from these facts, the author proposed a new hypothesis in the form of the concept of quantum biological structures as condensates with superfluidity properties formed by light elementary particles. The properties of such structure that interacts with the molecular structures of a living organism correspond to all known manifestations of consciousness and psyche. The proposed hypothesis has verifiable experimental consequences.
Keywords: neurons, psyche, brain, quantum mechanics, consciousness, quantum condensate, superfluidity, quantum thinking, organism, living physics, synergetics.
Archetypal accents of personality types
Deepening the consideration of the problem of personality types variability, the author leads the concept of archetypal accents associated with psychological phenomena called by C. Jung “archetypes” (prototypes of centuries-old collective experience laid in the human psyche at its unconscious level). Archetypal accents introduce additional features into manifestations of type attributes and in understanding the variability of the type of personality.
Keywords: socionics, personality type, archetype, bioaccent, psychoaccent, archetypal accent, variability of personality type, typing.
Bukalov A.V., Karpenko O.B.
Dynamics of motivational attitudes
It is shown that socionics as a theory of informational metabolism describes harmonious hierarchy of personality motivational attitudes from individual to social ones, as well as their dynamics.
Keywords: socionics, motivation, attitude, personality type, informational structure of psyche, informational metabolism function.
Conflicts in intertype relations: causes and resources for overcoming
The key causes of conflicts in interpersonal relations and the role of socionics in their understanding and resolution are described. Methods of dealing with conflict situations are proposed.
Keywords: relations, communication, conflict, psychological distance, socionics, intertype relationships.
Dual relations in “left” contract rings
It is shown that for the types belonging to the “left” social progress loop, the initial assessment and the choice of a dual partner will be more difficult than for the types of “right” loop.
Keywords: socionics, dual relations, psychology, “right-left” trait, signs of functions.
Mathematical Methods in Socionics
Minaiev Yu.P., Datsenko I.P., Pinda M.V.
Visualization of structure of classical intertype relations in socion
This article is the eighth in a series devoted to organization of student studies, where they will learn mathematical apparatus of socionics. This time, it will be about using the Cayley graphs to visualize the structure of classical intertype relations in socion.
Keywords: socionics, classical model of intertype relations, Cayley graphs, socion structure formulas, Augustinavichiute-Reinin traits, Jung-Minaiev traits.