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Sidneva A.N. (2017). Psychological analysis of the lesson from the point of view of the activity approach. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin. Series 14. Psychology, 3, 100-119

Based on the critical examination of existing models of the psychological analysis of the lesson (PAL), we suggest a model of PAL, developed from the positions of the activity approach (A.N. Leontiev, P.Ya. Galperin, N.F. Talysina, V.V. Davydov, D.B. Elkonin). As the critical review shows, the basic models of the PAL in traditional didactics are related to the evaluation of the degree of implementation in the lesson of conditions for the effective functioning of students' mental processes. This model is based on the idea of a quality lesson as a lesson that maximizes the use of various types of mental processes (processes of thinking, memory, attention, imagination, etc.). From the point of view of the activity approach, psychological analysis should presuppose an assessment of the extent to which the activities that children realize in the lesson are adequate to the goals of the lesson set by the teacher. So a quality lesson is a lesson in which students carry out activities psychologically adequate to the goals set. The article proposes five criteria for the PAL, which correspond to the principles of the activity approach: 1) the specifics of setting the objectives of the lesson, 2) the adequacy of the actions performed by the students, the stated goals; 3) the features of action means, 4) the features of control and feedback and 5) the features of assessing the performance of students' actions. An example of a lesson analysis scheme developed on the basis of the proposed model is given.

Received: 09/15/2017

Accepted: 09/26/2017

Pages: 100-119

DOI: 10.11621/vsp.2017.03.100

By: Sidneva, A.N.;

Keywords: lesson; psychological analysis of the lesson; activity approach;

Available Online: 30.10.2017

Rasskazova E.I. (2017). Psychodiagnostic of personality pro les: results of latent pro le analysis of MMPI­2 restructured clinical scales in the normative sample. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin. Series 14. Psychology, 3, 76-99

The problem of differentiation of personal profiles based on MMPI is traditionally solved either theoretically with help of the 2- or 3-peak coding system, or is empirically based on the results of a cluster analysis of clinical scales. In the first case, the encoding system looks unreasonably complicated. In the second case, the results are vulnerable to criticism, on the one hand, due to interference of the scales themselves, and, on the other hand, due to not taking into account measurement errors and due to restrictions for clusters differentiated. In this paper, we propose an alternative based on the latent profile analysis of restructured clinical scales of MMPI-2. Based on the normative sample of the validation of the Russian-language Minnesota multifactorial personality questionnaire, second version, (MMPI-2, N = 1443), four types of latent profiles were identified: normative one with mean values for most scales and a small peak on the Hypomanic Activation scale, “neurotic” profile with an increase in the “neurotic triad” scales, “psychopathic-like” profile with high scores on all scales and peaks on the scales of schizophrenia, paranoia and psychasthenia, and “defensive / suppressive” profile with extremely low scores on all scales and a small peak on the scale of low level of positive emotions. Profiles’ comparison by the content and supplementary scales of MMPI-2 and "Big Five" traits suggests that in those having the “psychopathic-like” profile, the risk of externalized problems is maximal and the risk of internalized problems is high. Those with the “neurotic” profile have a high risk of internalized problems, while their distinctive trait is the experience of social discomfort. The analysis of “defensive” profile suggests possible difficulties associated with chronic suppression of emotions, in particular, somatization and sudden affect expressions.

Received: 09/15/2017

Accepted: 09/26/2017

Pages: 76-99

DOI: 10.11621/vsp.2017.03.76

By: Rasskazova E.I.;

Keywords: personality psychodiagnostic; test MMPI-2; restructured clinical scales; latent profile analysis; “Big Five” traits;

Available Online: 30.10.2017

Lunkina M.V. (2017). The changes in scientific conception of connection between aspects of self-respect and psychological well-being: from level to contingencies of self-esteem. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin. Series 14. Psychology, 3, 60-75

The purpose of the review is to explore the transformation of ideas about the relationship of various parameters of self-esteem with subjective well-being, the productivity of educational activity and the success of a professional career. Iinitially, the level of self-esteem (high or low) was considered as the most important parameter. The studies show that people with a high level of self-esteem have more positive self-attitude, their subjective well-being is higher, they are less prone to depression and anxiety disorders, and they show more positive expectations about future achievements and relationships with other people. They are more persistent when meeting failures. On the other hand, the level of self-esteem does affect the productivity neither of the activity nor the quality of the relationship. In addition, high self-esteem is often a heterogeneous category, which includes not only the acceptance of one's ppositive qualities but also narcissistic and defensive components. The contradictory role of self-esteem level has prompted researchers to address other parameters of self-esteem: stability or instability and the contingencies of self-esteem. These parameters are closely related; they affect the subjective well-being and quality of activity and allow shedding lightt on the role of self-esteem in the mental life of a person. The analysis led to the conclusion that the identification and delineation of healthy and neurotic contingencies of self-esteem is a promising area for further research, which can help in the formation of healthy self-esteem in children and adolescents.

Received: 09/15/2017

Accepted: 09/26/2017

Pages: 60-75

DOI: 10.11621/vsp.2017.03.60

By: Lunkina M. V.;

Keywords: self-esteem; high and low self­-esteem; stable and unstable self­-esteem; contingencies of self­esteem;

Available Online: 30.10.2017

Smirnov S.D., Chumakova M.A., Kornilov S.A., Krasnov E.V., Kornilo­va T.V. (2017). Cognitive and personality regulation of strategies for solving a prognostic task (based on the Iowa Gambling Task). Moscow University Psychology Bulletin. Series 14. Psychology, 3, 39-59

The article presents the result of a series of five empirical studies. Across multiple samples with typical development we have established a set of relationships between decision making strategies in Iowa Gambling Task (IGT) and such traits as intelligence (general, verbal), executive functions (shifting and inhibition), as well as personality traits of tolerance/intolerance for uncertainty and Big Five personality traits.

The series of empirical studies aimed at verifying a set of hypotheses regarding the role of intelligence and tolerance/intolerance for uncertainty as predictors of choice strategies in IGT, regarding the contribution of executive functions to the regulation of these strategies, as well as identifying the specifics of prognostic strategies of professionals whose occupation involves high risk – i.e., military leaders.

The main measure was Iowa Gambling Task. This task relies on the prognostic/anticipatory activity of the person playing the game that regulates the sequence of choices that they make from four decks of “cards” that have a probabilistic structure of gains and losses, unknown to the participant at the beginning. According to A. Damasio's somatic marker hypothesis, emotional components play a key role in decision making regulation.

Studies 1 through 3 recruited undergraduate students and general population samples; studies 4 and 5 relied on samples of military leaders.

In addition to the IGT, we also measures a set of cognitive and personality traits, including executive functions (using the Go/No Go paradigm), intelligence (using ROADS and ICAR), tolerance-intolerance for uncertainty (using the NTN questionnaire), Big Five personality traits (using the TIPI questionnaire), and personal factors of decision making (using the LFR questionnaire).

The studies revealed significant and positive contributions of intelligence and executive functions (i.e., shifting and inhibition) to decisional efficiency and the development of choice strategies, thus implicating cognitive orienting as the key component of decision making in IGT. We also established a set of group differences in both strategies and patterns of the regulation of choices in IGT between military and non-military samples. We also found that it is specifically during early game stages (characterized by maximal uncertainty) that specific personality traits contribute most to decision making – tolerance for uncertainty was such a predictor for our non-military samples, and risk readiness acted as one in military leaders. Conventional Big Five personality traits did not contribute to participants’ performance in the IGT.

Received: 09/15/2017

Accepted: 09/26/2017

Pages: 39-59

DOI: 10.11621/vsp.2017.03.39

By: Smirnov S.D.; Chumakova, Maria A.; Kornilov S.A.; Kornilova T.V.; Krasnov E. V.;

Keywords: prognostic task; Iowa Gambling Task (IGT); strategies of choice; intelligence; executive functions; tolerance of ambiguity; Big Five;

Available Online: 30.10.2017

Eskov V.M., Zinchenko Yu.P., Filatova O.E., Eskov V.V. (2017). Hypothesis of N.A. Bernstein and the real chaos of homeostatic systems in psy­chology. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin. Series 14. Psychology, 3, 22-38

This year marks the 70th anniversary of the publication of the monograph by N.A. Bernshtein "On the construction of movements" and 60 years since the publication of his eighth essay "The urgent problems of the regulation of motor acts". In these works, for the first time, the problem of uncertainty in the organization (and dynamics of behavior) of all systems, which we now designate as homeostatic or systems of the third type, according to W. Weaver's classification, was first raised. This problem was voiced by N.A. Bernstein as the hypothesis of "repetition without repetition", within which it is possible (as suggested by Bernstein) to describe any motor acts. After a detailed study of the various types of motion in biomechanics, we ascertained that modern deterministic-stochastic science has approached its developmental boundary in the study of living systems, since the main thesis about the repeatability and predictability of the state of the biosystem (neuronets of the brain, the human psyche) is violated. We turn to the study of systems that are in a continuous chaotic regime of changes of any parameters xi of such (unstable) systems. The Eskov-Zinchenko effect, which is a quantitative proof of Bernshtein’s hypothesis of "repetition without repetition", is that the successively obtained samples xi (in one, unchanged state) demonstrate a kaleidoscope of statistical distribution functions f(x), i.e. fj(xi)≠fj+1(xi) for two neighboring registered (from one person) registered samples xi (i.e., for the jth and j+1th). This erases the boundaries between arbitrary and involuntary movements from the standpoint of their objective, statistical evaluation. Statistical instability of any received samples of parameters xi, which describe homeostatic systems, requires new concepts and new models - models of homeostasis.

Received: 09/15/2017

Accepted: 09/26/2017

Pages: 22-38

DOI: 10.11621/vsp.2017.03.22

By: Eskov Valery M.; Zinchenko, Yury. P.; Filatova, Olga Ye.; Eskov Valery V.;

Keywords: chaos; stochastic; repetition; Eskov­-Zinchenko effect;

Available Online: 30.10.2017

Tvorogova N.D., Kuleshov V.A. (2017). Lecturer at domestic university facing the challenges of our time. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin. Series 14. Psychology, 3, 3-21

Russia joined the European Higher Education Area (Bologna process), that made innovative changes in the organization of educational process in Russian universities an urgent issue. The article raises questions concerning the difficult position of the lecturer in the context of the restructuring of university life, the lecturer’s health and subjective well-being, productivity and quality of his work. It is argued, that innovative educational activity increases not only time, physical, professional, social load for the lecturer, but as well the load on his personality; the work of the lecturer in these conditions is becoming increasingly high-tech, requiring great intellectual and emotional engagement. The authors propose to consider the indicators of subjective well-being (somatic, mental, social, spiritual) of the educational process participants as one of the objective functions of pedagogical technologies development and as one of the indicators of pedagogical activity efficiency. The article covers in detail such factors of the productivity lecturers’ work as educational process automation and lecturers’ activity management. The authors note that the educational process automation through the use of complex forms of artificial intelligence is possible only if it is based on the intellectual potential created by previous generations of university lecturers and scientists. The idea is suggested about the need to save the teaching staff of universities and about the special responsibility of university management for developing the conditions for creative self-realization of teaching personnel. The organization and periodic certification of lecturers is analyzed as one of the areas of university management. The emphasis is placed on the importance of lifelong professional training of high school lecturers and education managers.

Received: 09/15/2017

Accepted: 09/26/2017

Pages: 3-21

DOI: 10.11621/vsp.2017.03.03

By: Kuleshov V. A.; Tvorogova N. D.;

Keywords: innovative university; automation of educational process; quality of teaching activity; the lecturer as a value of educational system; certification of lecturers; the management system of education quality;

Available Online: 30.10.2017

Petrenko V.F., Mitina O.V., Korostina M.A. (2017). Psychometric analysis of diagnostic indicators of the method “Fairy semantic differential”. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin. Series 14. Psychology, 2, 114-135

The method “Fairy Semantic Differential”, during which a respondent should assess a number of fairy-tale characters according to a set of personal characteristics, is designed for the individual work of a psychologist with children 4—9 years old. Personality characteristics, according to which the characters are evaluated, are formulated in terms that parents, teachers use when dealing with children of this age. An analysis of the child's attitude to this or that fairy-tale character allows us to determine the specificity of his (her) moral-value sphere. The method also allows evaluating of real adults, who are significant for the child (parents, teachers, etc.) Comparison of fairy-tale characters' ratings with those of a significant adult makes it possible to reveal the specifics of the child's attitude to this adult. The article discusses quantitative indicators that can be calculated using the data of the answering the questionnaire. These indicators characterize the child’s personality, his (her) understanding of interpersonal relationships with surrounding people, dimension of categorical space of interpersonal perception, content of this categories and its hierarchy, the level of cognitive development in this area, the degree of socialization. The method allows measuring self-esteem indices. The results of an empirical study of Moscow primary schoolchildren using the method “Fairy Semantic Differential” are presented, during which a psychometric analysis of the indicators was conducted. It was shown that the cognitive complexity of interpersonal perception, determined by the method “Fairy Semantic Differential” is significantly higher among adults, does not correlate with intelligence tests. Socialization increases with age, is significantly higher among girls than among boys, partly correlates with known methods that measure the level of social adaptation of a child, the degree of differentiation of moral and conventional norms, verbal intellect. The analysis of self-esteem indices reveals significantly higher self-criticism among girls, than among boys.

Received: 05/29/2017

Accepted: 06/10/2017

Pages: 114-135

DOI: 10.11621/vsp.2017.02.114

By: Petrenko V.F.; Mitina O.V.; Korostina M. A.;

Keywords: psychosemantics; repertory grids; Ñêàçî÷íûé ñåìàíòè÷åñêèé äèôôåðåíöèàë; psychodiagnostics; cognitive complexity; socialization; interpersonal perception; self-esteem; identification with significant adults;

Available Online: 10.09.2017

Pryazhnikov N.S., Gusev A.N., Tyurin K.G., Samborskaya L.N. (2017). Development of information retrieval online technologies in professional counseling (for example, the expert system “Choose and Enter — CAE”). Moscow University Psychology Bulletin. Series 14. Psychology, 2, 95-113

The article concerns the problem of developing online technologies for adolescents’ career guidance and professional consultation with regard to their huge interest in computer programs (games and other entertainments) on the one hand, and the apparent lack of science-based computer methods of professional self-determination, on the other hand. We analyze the positive and questionable aspects of the design and the practical use of online technologies in professional counseling compared to existing technologies used in the professional consultation. We also consider the capabilities and limitations of these online technologies in solving the basic problems of vocational guidance (information, diagnostic, moral and emotional support of the client, assistance in decision-making and career planning). For example, the development of the author's methodology of “Choose and Go” designed for adolescents’ online use, shows the problem facing the designers of such software products, solutions to these problems. The basic ideas of this methodology are: comprehensive assessment of select work on the basis of full consideration of the psychological structure of the work; the use of expert assessments of the extent to which components of professional activity correspond to the official list of the integrated groups of specialties; the use in the modes of the real and online professional counseling; the account not only the desires of a teenager, but his/her current and potential abilities.

Received: 06/01/2017

Accepted: 06/22/2017

Pages: 95-113

DOI: 10.11621/vsp.2017.02.95

By: Pryazhnikov N.S.; Gusev, Aleksey N.; Tyurin, Konstantin G.; Samborskaya, L. N.;

Keywords: professional self-determination; vocational guidance; professional counseling; design of computer online technologies;

Available Online: 10.09.2017

Lobanova Yu.I. (2017). Individual style of activity as a prognostic factor in the reliability of the driver. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin. Series 14. Psychology, 2, 83-94

The article substantiates the influence of the planning style of activity on the reliability of the driver's activity. The work includes the description of the process of creating and approving the questionnaire "Individual style of driver's activity". The questionnaire contains questions assessing the means used by the driver to carry out activities (in particular, referring to the preservation of information on the road environment, schemes for organizing traffic on a particular route). Data on the reliability of the questionnaire (internal consistency and retest) are presented. The procedure for estimating the compensating effect of the planning style of the driver's activity on the reliability of the activity with a low speed of switching of attention is described. Compensation effect was determined by the ratio of the level of compliance with the requirements of the activity for the speed of switching of attention and the formation of a planning style of activity. The reliability of the drivers' activity was evaluated by a group of experts by recording the number and type of accidents involving drivers. The correlation between the reliability of the driver during life and during the last year was investigated. A higher level of reliability of driving activity is determined by a combination of a higher social status of the driver, with its greater connection with the transport sector, a more mature age, a more markedly planned style of activity, and a higher level of reliability of activities throughout life.

Received: 06/07/2017

Accepted: 06/21/2017

Pages: 83-94

DOI: 10.11621/vsp.2017.02.83

By: Lobanova Yu. I.;

Keywords: Questionnaire “Individual style of driver’s activity”; operational reliability; prognosis; compensation; speed of attention switching;

Available Online: 10.09.2017

Rikel A.M., Tuniyants A.A., Batyrova N. (2017). The concept of subjective well- being in the hedonistic and eudemonistic approaches. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin. Series 14. Psychology, 2, 64-82

In different studies the concept of "subjective well-being" varies with related concepts and constructs ("life satisfaction", "happiness", "psychological well-being"). Hedonic traditions of interpretation of subjective well-being involve affective experiences as a central component, and eudmonistic variants emphasize the importance of self-realization processes of the individuals. Subjective well-being when considering it as satisfaction with life is determined by the objective conditions of human existence, but sometimes indirectly. The article describes the main results of an empirical study of eudemonic and hedonistic factors, conducted on 120 young people (students, 18-26, 60 male and 60 female). The hedonistic aspect of subjective well-being is connected both with the conditions of the environment and with personal characteristics, including eudemonistic. These objective and subjective characteristics can be called factors that determine the level of subjective well-being, but since it performs regulatory functions and directs the transforming activity of the subject, it is more correct to talk about the interdependence of these parameters. Self-relationship is connected with a sense of subjective well-being - positive self-perception, self-interest and self-acceptance increase subjective well-being, but in combination with unfavorable external conditions (in particular, low life fullness), on the contrary, reduce the experience of happiness and satisfaction. At the same time, the most important thing in experiencing happiness and satisfaction with life in adolescence is the eudemonic characteristics of a person - self-belief, maturity and the value of positive relationships with others. Realization of the potential acts as the central factor of hedonistic aspects of subjective well-being.

Received: 06/07/2017

Accepted: 06/21/2017

Pages: 64-82

DOI: 10.11621/vsp.2017.02.64

By: Rykiel, Alexander M.; Tuniyants, Ànna À.; Batyrova Nilyufar;

Keywords: subjective well-being; psychological well-being; life satisfaction; external and internal factors of subjective well-being;

Available Online: 10.09.2017

Druzhilov S.A. (2017). Professional-destructive activity as a manifestation of professional marginalization and deprofessionalization. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin. Series 14. Psychology, 2, 45-63

The object of research — destructive manifestations in professional activity and labor behavior, as well as the processes of deprofessionalization of individual and group subjects of labor. The definitions of “professional deformations” and “professional destructions” are analyzed. The difference in the essence of these concepts, reflecting the effect of different psychological mechanisms, is shown. “Professional deformation” leads to distortions in the structure of work activity or personality traits. “Professional destruction” leads to destruction (or destructive construction) of the structure of activity (changing its focus on other goals and results) or personality (orientation to the opposite labor and life values). The destructive effect is connected with the meaning-forming function of the motive that replaces the normative goal of the performed professional activity with another goal — personally significant and useful for the given performer, but socially harmful. “Pseudo-professionalism” (“false” professionalism) of the individual and group subject of labor is analyzed. Deprofessionalization of the subject is associated with the loss of professional identity, the destruction or non-acceptance of professional values. The problems of adaptation of a true professional in the group of pseudo-professionals (professional marginals) are considered. Conclusion: A profession as a social institution can counteract destructive processes of deprofessionalization of subjects of labor (primarily group ones) through the implementation of expert functions of professional associations.

Received: 06/09/2017

Accepted: 06/23/2017

Pages: 45-63

DOI: 10.11621/vsp.2017.02.45

By: Druzhilov, Sergey A;

Keywords: professional deformations ; destructive manifestations; labor behavior; professional activity; deprofessionalization; professional identity; false professionalism;

Available Online: 10.09.2017

Tolochek V.A. (2017). Phenomenon of psychological niches in space of sports activity. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin. Series 14. Psychology, 2, 30-45

Objectives of the study: to analyze the social, psychological and biological determinants of the activity and success of athletes; Describe the phenomenon of "psychological niches" on the model of sport. The article analyzes the results of a survey of more than 150 people - high-ranking sportsmen, freestyle wrestlers, classical and judo; Polls of coaches of the highest category (12 people); Materials of literary sources. The study showed that in the sport of higher achievements (SHA), the effects of joint activity of the subjects are systematically manifested, the consequence of which is the selection and fixing of athletes with certain individual psychological features (physique, typological properties of the nervous system, functional asymmetry, personal characteristics, styles of activity) in Certain types and specializations. In different sports and specializations, stable proportions of representatives of different types (physique, nervous system properties, functional asymmetry, personal characteristics, and styles) are preserved, as well as the success characteristic of each type in tournaments and different "ranges" of their success. Formed among athletes different types of activity styles are focused on the actualization of different stable segments of "activity spaces". These effects, determined by the interaction of social, psychological and biological conditions, are called "psychological niches", the characteristic features of which are: ordering in space and time of interactions of subjects; A limited set of mutually complementary types of adaptation of subjects in a dynamic environment; Manifestations are not single, but special, typical; Adaptation of subjects to a part of environmental conditions, as a sufficient and necessary condition for their success; Propensity to master subjects by typical operational complexes (systems, "blocks" of actions); Orientation on typical features of partners and environmental conditions; Success with interactions with typical partners (rivals), etc.

Received: 06/28/2017

Accepted: 07/19/2017

Pages: 30-45

DOI: 10.11621/vsp.2017.02.29

By: Tolochek, Vladimir A.;

Keywords: space of sports activities; psychological niches; social, psychological and biological determinants of the success of athletes;

Available Online: 10.09.2017

Semyonov I.N. (2017). Personological reflection of life creation P.Ya. Galperin and his psychological-pedagogical and historical-methodological activities at Moscow University. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin. Series 14. Psychology, 2, 3-29

The article is an attempt of a scientific analysis of psychological and pedagogical works and historical-methodological research by P.Ya. Galperin, who is widely known as one of the most influential domestic psychologists of the second half of the 20th century and who held a position of the professor of the Faculty of Psychology of Lomonosov Moscow State University. The introduction states that the fundamental works of P.Ya. Galperin had a significant impact not only on the development of a number of areas of psychological science and educational practice, but also for teaching them the basics in philosophical and psychological faculties of Lomonosov Moscow State University in 1940-1980-ies. It is noted that the developed by P.Ya. Galperin original concept and an innovative method based on fundamental philosophical grounds, and he rightfully possessed the deserved reputation of one of the largest theorists of psychological science. The following are 12 key stages of life P.Ya. Galperin. The ten main directions of his scientific and pedagogical activity are characterized. Detail reflected the development of P.Ya. Galperin and his scientific school of General and pedagogic psychology of the formation of creative thinking. Highly valued pedagogical activity of P.Ya. Galperin at Moscow University. Given the facts of the development of the heritage of P.Ya. Galperin in problem field of modern anthropology.

Received: 08/23/2017

Accepted: 09/07/2017

Pages: 3-29

DOI: 10.11621/vsp.2017.02.03

By: Semionov I.N.;

Keywords: Galperin P.Y.; general psychology; pedagogical psychology; developmental psychology; history of psychology; methodology; subject of psychology; orientation; mental and ideal acts; interiorization; scientific notions; stage-by-stage formation of mental acts; creative thinking; activity; education;

Available Online: 10.09.2017

Buyakas T.M., Mikheev V.A. (2017). Systemic reflection and its psychotechniques maintenance in the process of professional becoming. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin. Series 14. Psychology, 1, 105-120

This article is devoted to the investigation of the role, which the systemic reflection plays in the organization, initiation and direction of the process of professional becoming. Reflection is considered as the most important regulative component of personality, which opens to the human the possibility of self-regulation and self-management that allows him to be an active subject of professional becoming. We distinguish three types of reflexive processes, which support the subjective orientation of the process of professionalization and open to the specialists the opportunity to “problematize themselves”. “Problematization of oneself ” on the basis of personal preferences and meanings, which are extracted from the direct experience of prior psychotechnical work, orients the specialists regarding the future steps of professionalization. We discuss the psychotechnical tools, which open the possibility of reflection for working out significant aspects of professionalism. We give self-reports of students who analyzed their professional possibilities by the proposed psychotechnical means.

Received: 03/09/2017

Accepted: 03/23/2017

Pages: 105-120

DOI: 10.11621/vsp.2017.01.110

By: Buyakas, Tatyana M.; Mikheev, Vyacheslav A.;

Keywords: professional formation; subjective orientation; systemic reflection; help psychotechniques;

Available Online: 30.04.2017

Nesmeianova R.K. (2017). Perceived corporate culture and organizational identification: the features of interrelation. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin. Series 14. Psychology, 1, 88-104

This article reports the results of empirical research, dedicated to the features of the relationship between perceived corporate culture and employee’s organizational identification. The influence and the nature (a moderator or a mediator) of the variable “person-organization fit” were studied. Participants were 92 employees of for-profit companies. The data was mathematically processed using a correlation analysis and a partial correlation analysis. The data indicate that the person-organization fit (as a moderator) influenced the relationship between perceived corporate culture of open paradigm and organizational identification. Thus, the person-organization fit is an intermediate variable that affects the direction and/or strength of the relation. This suggests that the more employees believe that his values fit the organizational ones, which characterize the open paradigm, the more he will identify with it. It may be assumed that the revealed relationship is bilateral, because, probably, these two variables determine each other. A further perspective of this research area is to clarify the obtained findings and to check other variables, which can influence given interrelation.

Received: 03/12/2017

Accepted: 04/03/2017

Pages: 88-104

DOI: 10.11621/vsp.2017.01.92

By: Nesmeianova, Roksana K.;

Keywords: organizational identification; corporate culture; person-organization fit concept; mediator; moderator;

Available Online: 30.04.2017

Gordeeva T.O., Sychev O.A. (2017). Motivational profiles as predictors of students’ self-regulation and academic achievement. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin. Series 14. Psychology, 1, 67-87

In this study we tested the hypothesis about advantage of academic motivation profile with dominating intrinsic motivation over another profile with equally high intrinsic, self-esteem and controlled types of motivation (and low level of amotivation). Latent class analysis confirmed the suggestion that these two profiles are most typical in university students. Students with high and dominating intrinsic motivation showed highest curiosity, consistency of interests, perceived academic control and academic achievements but didn’t differ from students with high controlled motivation by the perseverance of effort that was high in both types. Generally the results show that high extrinsic controlled motivation is a disadvantageous factor that decreases student motivational potential. The results are discussed from the point of view of self-determination theory and need model of motivation.

Received: 03/20/2017

Accepted: 03/28/2017

Pages: 67-87

DOI: 10.11621/vsp.2017.01.69

By: Gordeeva, Òamara Î.; Sychev, O. A.;

Keywords: controlled motivation; self-determination theory; academic motivation; motivational profiles; intrinsic motivation;

Available Online: 30.04.2017

Voiskounsky A.E. (2017). Directions of studies of Internet mediation. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin. Series 14. Psychology, 1, 51-66

Development and state of the art of psychological studies related to the Internet mediation are analyzed. Current tendencies and prospects of such studies are thoroughly discussed. Among these studies such parameters as distribution, reputational leveling and anonymity need to be specially mentioned. Dispersion or distant collaboration between almost or totally unfamiliar people is related to attempts to state an empirical quotient C, or collective intelligence for small groups. Such quotient is believed to be relatively disconnected to the individual IQs of the group participants. While such attempts lack theoretical base, they are characteristic for applied psychological studies. For bloggers, networkers or videogame players reputational leveling means extension of their reputations, namely the level gained in a videogame, or credibility in the communities of users of multiple Web services. Reputational leveling may be the result of real achievements or of well-organized self-presentations. In the cyberspace there is only partial anonymity, as it is seen in the field of cybersecurity and struggle against cybercrime. A recent tendency is to mark network activity of networkers, namely their “likes” or “dislikes”. After these marks are collected, numerous Big Data methods help correlate particular samples of these marks with both socio-demographical and psychological characteristics of the users. Once this is done, targeted advertisements can be sent out. This methodology is said to be exploited recently during important election campaigns. Among the possible means of confronting such influences we should mention a phenomenon of alternative identities. Networkers were earlier found to develop and support alternative identities which partly differ from the networkers’ real-life personalities. Although alternative identities are often supported independently of the aims connected with obstruction to sending out the targeted advertisements, this phenomenon may decrease the effectiveness of any impact related to the social networks.

Received: 03/14/2017

Accepted: 03/18/2017

Pages: 51-66

DOI: 10.11621/vsp.2017.01.52

By: Voiskounsky A.E.;

Keywords: cyberpsychology; psychology of cyberspace; Internet mediation; distribution; reputational leveling; anonymity; collective intelligence; target advertisements;

Available Online: 30.04.2017

Tkhostov A.Sh. (2017). The possibilities and prospects of social pathopsychology. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin. Series 14. Psychology, 1, 36-50

This article considers the possibilities of bringing together of the two psychological scientific fields: pathopsychology and social psychology. The realization of that approach will enable to expand opportunities of analyzing the irrational and destructive forms of social behaviour and registering various forms of pathological adaptation described in pathopsychology quite clearly. As a possible variant, there are notions of modern psychoanalysis about different types of personality structure which form in the course of interpersonal relationships during individual ontogeny. Within the framework of the proposed hypothesis about the possibility of employing pathopsychological explanatory constructs in relation to social-psychological phenomena, psychoanalytical model is transferred onto social relations. It discusses the possibilities of making use of the pathological phenomena (delusional formations, psychological defenses, addictions) for the interpretation of inadequate relations between a subject and society. The principal structures of personality organization correspond to different variants of social relationships.

Received: 04/19/2017

Accepted: 04/28/2017

Pages: 36-50

DOI: 10.11621/vsp.2017.01.36

By: Tkhostov À.Sh.;

Keywords: social pathopsychology; psychological defense; irrational social behavior;

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Znakov V.V. (2017). Grasp, inconceivable and existential experience as methodological problems of understanding psychology. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin. Series 14. Psychology, 1, 18-35

The article describes the methodological analysis of three tendencies of the psychological cognition development for last three decades. Firstly, the author analyzes the psychological studies of the information processing during the human thought, sometimes based on intuitive experience or logical knowledge. It is shown that a person has two different but interacting systems for the information processing according to the dual-process theories of human thinking. One system is focused on the heuristics, producing intuitive responses and the other one is based on analytical processing. Their descriptions correspond to the psychologists’ ideas of the Cognitive-Experiential Self-Theory (CEST) by S. Epstein and two cognition styles — rational and intuitive ones. Such scientific ideas are indissolubly linked with the existence of the integrated continuum of the methods for the world understanding: from paradigmatic to narrative and then to thesaurus. Secondly, it is proved that a modern person lives in the multidimensional world, consisting of the empirical, socio-cultural and existential realities. The events and situations in these realities are understood by people after the types “understanding-knowledge”, “understandinginterpretation” and “understanding-comprehension”. Thirdly, it is reasoned that a subject does not cognize the existential reality but comprehend. Therefore, the existential experience of a subject naturally includes not only unconscious knowledge and experiences, but also incomprehensible and mysterious things. It is proved that the incomprehensibility of the reality is one of the attributes of the being. The incomprehensibility does not mean the essential impossibility of understanding. Comprehension represents such type of understanding which is focused on the phenomena and the objects of the world, requiring extraordinary efforts to be understood. Comprehension is such apprehending of the whole thing, the parts of which a subject cannot cognize and describe in details for any reasons. Mystery was analyzed as a scientific and psychological but not mystical and fantastic phenomenon. Mystery is defined on the basis of psychology of thought in which a problem situation and a problem differ.

Received: 03/14/2017

Accepted: 03/28/2017

Pages: 18-35

DOI: 10.11621/vsp.2017.01.17

By: Znakov V.V.;

Keywords: knowledge; experience; comprehension; incomprehensible thing; mystery;

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Eskov V.M., Zinchenko Yu.P., Filatova O.E. (2017). Indications of paradigm and justification of the third paradigm in psychology. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin. Series 14. Psychology, 1, 3-17

According to modern concepts, the idea of a paradigm is associated with a certain common approach within the natural sciences in description of a large class of processes, objects, systems. If we’re talking about a global paradigm, this means such (global) paradigm should cover the huge classes of objects in nature and society. Today we highlight three global paradigms throughout modern science, which cover three global clusters of all processes and objects of living nature and inanimate nature. W. Weaver was first who proposed such statements in 1948 in his famous publication “Science and complexity”. However, during nearly 70 years almost no one paid any attention to these statements (though he spoke very simply about the most important things). W. Weaver has divided all objects and systems in nature into three giant clusters: the simplest systems (simplicity), which are described now in the framework of deterministic theories and models, unorganized complexity (stochastic system) and system of third type — organized complexity (organized complexity). Under the system of the third type he understood all living systems, but no special features in their organization has been identified and learned by W. Weaver. It is now clear that he could not do the study within the framework of modern science because this requires a different (third) paradigm and different science.

Received: 03/14/2017

Accepted: 03/28/2017

Pages: 3-17

DOI: 10.11621/vsp.2017.01.03

By: Eskov Valery M.; Zinchenko, Yury. P.; Filatova, Olga Ye.;

Keywords: homeostasis; psychophysiology; the third paradigm; systems of the third type;

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Shmelyov A.G., Lisitza I.A. (2016). Computer testing and gamification: the perspectives of monitoring of the functional states of the personnel in the era of computerization of psychodiagnostics. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin. Series 14. Psychology, 4, 98-109

This short article discusses innovations in training and personnel assessment associated with the implementation of gamification of computer tools for learning and assessing (psycho-diagnostics). In the theoretical part of the article the authors give an operational definition of the term “gamification”, and also discussed factors that impede successful gamification — reduces the validity of computer psycho-diagnostic methods based on the use of game elements. In an experimental-methodological part of the article describes a new brief, threeminute computer technique for the estimation of a functional state called “The spoons”. This technique is a game modification of the classic “proof-reading test”. The authors publish data on a sufficiently high reliability and validity of the new method, confirming the possibility of its use as a tool for monitoring (operational security) functional status.

Received: 11/29/2016

Accepted: 12/15/2016

Pages: 98-109

DOI: 10.11621/vsp.2016.04.98

By: Shmelev A.G.; Lisitza, Irina A.;

Keywords: personnel assessment; computer psychological testing; gamification; mental capacity; functional state; proof-reading test; account of visual objects;

Available Online: 30.12.2016

Ilchenko A.I., Spivakovskaya A.S. (2016). Psychological organizational space as the subject of organizational consulting. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin. Series 14. Psychology, 4, 84-97

The aim of this article is to display the perspectives of synthesis of two modern branches in business consulting: social pathopsychology and beatotherapy. The integration of these branches is possible due to introduction of the new subject of psychological organizational space, which has intangible and tangible representations. Social pathopsychology and beatotherapy are used to assess unconscious aspects of psychological organizational space and to detect some crucial for organizational functioning patterns. The hypothesis states that decoding of unconscious patterns can change the following psychological characteristics of organizational space: mental features of organizational space, organizational relations and organizational actions.

Received: 12/04/2016

Accepted: 12/23/2016

Pages: 84-97

DOI: 10.11621/vsp.2016.04.87

By: Ilchenko, Anna I.; Spivakovskaya, Alla S.;

Keywords: social pathopsychology; beatotherapia; business consulting; psychological organizational space;

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Chesnokova M.G. (2016). About paradigms in psychology. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin. Series 14. Psychology, 4, 61-83

The article discusses methodological potential of the concept of paradigm in psychology. The issues of paradigm’s definition, the base of psychological paradigms allocation, classification of paradigms and paradigm’s patterns of development in psychology are considered. The author offers her own view of the problem of paradigms in psychology. She analyzes the four research paradigms of psychology: gnoseological, phenomenological, activity and existential one — and emphasizes their connection with certain currents of philosophy. The features of transformations of these paradigms in their transition to applied psychology, practical psychology and psychotherapy are followed. The reasons for the coexistence and integration of different paradigms in modern psychology are analyzed.

Received: 11/15/2016

Accepted: 12/15/2016

Pages: 61-83

DOI: 10.11621/vsp.2016.04.61

By: Chesnokova, Milena G.;

Keywords: paradigm; philosophical foundations; scientific artifacts; research and practical paradigms; technological and psychotechnics paradigms; integration;

Available Online: 30.12.2016

Gusev A.N., Pryazhnikov N.S., Tyurin K.G. (2016). Expert system of vocational guidance for schoolchildren "Choose and act". Moscow University Psychology Bulletin. Series 14. Psychology, 4, 55-60

The results of the development of a new computer guidance method for senior schoolchildren on the basis of “Formulas of the profession” (E.A. Klimov) and a modern scheme for the analysis of professions (N.S. Pryazhnikov) are presented. The main stages of obtaining expert estimates are shown, which made it possible to correlate the components of professional activity with the official list of enlarged specialties of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation. The advantage of 3-level grades of schoolchildren (“I want”, “I can now” and “could in the future”) is considered before the traditional assessment of schoolchildren’s actual preferences. In the process of choosing a profession, the preferred characteristics of future work activity are set not in the form of direct estimates of their traditional designations (subject, purpose, means, conditions, etc.), but through paired comparisons of the main labor activities and training activities. The computer-based online testing system works with the methodology through the Web-interface on modern software platforms — Windows, Android, MacOS, iOS, Linux.

Received: 10/10/2016

Accepted: 11/01/2016

Pages: 55-60

DOI: 10.11621/vsp.2016.04.55

By: Gusev, Aleksey N.; Pryazhnikov N.S.; Tyurin, Konstantin G.;

Keywords: professional orientation; expert system; labor actions; training activities; paired comparisons; computer-based online testing;

Available Online: 30.12.2016

Golovey L.A. (2016). The crises of the subject of activity in the early stages of professionalization. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin. Series 14. Psychology, 4, 47-54

The article presents the results of a study of professional development stages of crises in the choice of profession, vocational training, and at the initial stage of professional activity. We used the methods of a comprehensive program aimed at studying the performance of educational and professional development, the severity of the crisis experiences, personality traits and coping strategies. The sample included high school students, university students, and budding professionals. In total 1,500 people aged 15 to 28 years old. The study revealed a high prevalence of crises in all the studied stages of professional development. The content and extent of the crisis is determined by the stage of development experiences, personal resources, and social situation of development. It is shown that increasing the importance of the choice of profession stage for the subsequent stages of professional development.

Received: 10/10/2016

Accepted: 11/01/2016

Pages: 47-54

DOI: 10.11621/vsp.2016.04.47

By: Golovey, Larisa A.;

Keywords: personality and professional development; activity subject; personality; coping resources; crisis;

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Berezovskaya R.A. (2016). Features of attitudes toward work and burnout syndrome among managers. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin. Series 14. Psychology, 4, 39-46

Attitude to work and features of the manifestation of burnout syndrome in management activities are considered in the context of the problem of psychological provision of occupational health. The article discusses the results of an empirical study aimed at studying the characteristics of attitudes toward work in the development of the burnout syndrome in management activities, which acts as one of the key criteria for the professional health of managers. It is shown that in general, the average level of burnout syndrome is characteristic for managers, the most significant contribution to the development of which is made by such functional components as lack of help and lack of psychological support of colleagues in work, as well as problems of professional development and self-improvement. Gender differences in the development of burnout syndrome among managers are analyzed. The obtained results can be used in the development and implementation of programs for early prevention and correction of burnout of managers based on the subject-resource approach to the psychological provision of occupational health of work subjects.

Received: 10/10/2016

Accepted: 11/01/2016

Pages: 39-46

DOI: 10.11621/vsp.2016.04.39

By: Berezovskaya, Regina A.;

Keywords: psychology of professional health; burnout; attitude to work; ">; resource approach;

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Marishchuk L.V. (2016). To the question of abilities, professional suitability and professional psychological selection. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin. Series 14. Psychology, 4, 26-38

The article analyzes the concepts of “Ability”, “Professional suitability”, “Professional psychological selection”, in the development and understanding of which a significant contribution was made by E.A. Klimov. Professional psychological selection is considered as a system, the systemforming factor of which is the professional suitability of a person who chooses a specific profession. The content of the concept of ability includes the motivation and experience (knowledge, skills, and abilities) of the individual, by analogy with the dynamic functional structure of personality developed by K.K. Platonov. Its own definition of the term “Abilities” is presented.

Received: 10/10/2016

Accepted: 11/01/2016

Pages: 26-38

DOI: 10.11621/vsp.2016.04.26

By: Marishchuk, Lyudmila V.;

Keywords: ability; professional suitability/unfitness; professional psychological selection; motivation; knowledge; skills;

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Panov V.I. (2016). Stages of mastering professional actions: an eco-psychological model of becoming subjectivity. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin. Series 14. Psychology, 4, 16-25

To analyze the stages of mastering professional actions, an eco-psychological model of the formation of subjectivity is used. As an initial prerequisite for the development of this model, the notion of continuum “spontaneous activity — activity in the form of an action” is used. A description is given of the seven stages of development of subjectivity as the ability to be a subject of professional action.

Received: 10/10/2016

Accepted: 11/01/2016

Pages: 16-25

DOI: 10.11621/vsp.2016.04.16

By: Panov, Viktor I.;

Keywords: professional actions; subjectivity; formation; stages; subject; continuum “activity — activities”; action-sample;

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Nechaev N.N. (2016). Profession and professionalism: to the tasks of the psychology of professional creativity. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin. Series 14. Psychology, 4, 3-15

Proceeding from his own concept of professional creativity, the author consistently analyzes the concepts of profession and specialty, as well as professionalism, pointing to the factors that led socially and historically to changes in the world of professional activity and the corresponding changes in vocational training. On a vast array of material, it is shown that the process of professional development as the search for non-trivial ways of development of activities should become the basis of professional training in any field.

Received: 10/10/2016

Accepted: 11/01/2016

Pages: 3-15

DOI: 10.11621/vsp.2016.04.03

By: Nechaev N.N.;

Keywords: profession; specialty; professional activity; methods of activity; professionalism;

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Solovyova O.V. (2016). Psychology of professional communication in a jury. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin. Series 14. Psychology, 3, 107-112

Professional communication in the jury trial is seen as communion lawyers in complex communicative space with two circuits and two foci. We analyze the communicative tasks of lawyers and describe the possible difficulties in communicating in a professional jury, as well as some results of the study of the difficulties of understanding between lawyers and jurors in the trial.

Received: 10/10/2016

Accepted: 11/01/2016

Pages: 107-112

DOI: 10.11621/vsp.2016.03.107

By: Solovyova, Olga V.;

Keywords: professional communication of lawyers; communicative space; communicative competence; the difficulty of mutual understanding;

Available Online: 15.11.2016

Ryabov V.B. (2016). Subjective quality of life and downshifting. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin. Series 14. Psychology, 3, 95-106

We propose an approach to the analysis of the psychological mechanism of downshifting on the basis of the model of subjective quality of life. The use of the concept subjective quality of life allows us to approach the development of a model of the psychological mechanism of downshifting and conduct on her holistic analysis of this phenomenon. The model of subjective quality of life criteria are emotional and rational life satisfaction. A necessary condition for the downshifting is a low level of emotional life satisfaction, while the level of rational life satisfaction may be at a high enough level. An important element of objective analysis of downshifting is to modify the subjective component of quality of life as human potential, which determines the rating of the downshifting of the subject his social environment.

Received: 10/10/2016

Accepted: 11/01/2016

Pages: 95-106

DOI: 10.11621/vsp.2016.03.95

By: Ryabov, Vladimir B.;

Keywords: downshifting phenomenon; subjective quality of life; normative model; life satisfaction; human potential; subjective well-being;

Available Online: 15.11.2016

Pryazhnikov N.S., Polevaya M.V., Kamneva E.V. (2016). Age-psychological aspects of professional destructions of civil servants. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin. Series 14. Psychology, 3, 87-94

The problem of age-psychological aspects of professional civil servant destruction is considered. The main stages of development of moral readiness of the worker for work with strong risks of professional destructions are singled out. Characteristics of “forced” and “natural” professional destruction by civil servants are given.

Received: 10/10/2016

Accepted: 11/01/2016

Pages: 87-94

DOI: 10.11621/vsp.2016.03.87

By: Pryazhnikov N.S.; Polevaya, Marina V.; Kamneva, Elena V.;

Keywords: professional destructions; civil servants; professional maturity; psychological enlightenment;

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Molchanov S.V. (2016). Moral and value grounds of professional choice at a young age. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin. Series 14. Psychology, 3, 81-86

The article discusses the problem of responsibility in the exercise of professional self-determination in adolescence. The value of the moral values of the personality as the basis of professional self-determination and the assumption of responsibility for the choice is discussed. The personal components of responsibility are singled out - autonomy and moral character.

Received: 10/10/2016

Accepted: 11/01/2016

Pages: 81-86

DOI: 10.11621/vsp.2016.03.81

By: Molchanov S.V.;

Keywords: personal and professional self-determination; moral-value orientation; responsibility;

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Lipatov S.A. (2016). The structure of employee’s involvement in the organization as a socio-psychological problem. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin. Series 14. Psychology, 3, 73-80

The article discusses the problem of understanding the construct of “employee engagement in the organization” in scientific and practical literature. It is shown that the concept of “organizational commitment”, “organizational citizenship behavior”, “organizational identification” and “work engagement” are often seen as overlapping with the construct of “employee engagement in the organization”. There is also a variety of concepts describing the relationship of the employee with the organization, which creates terminological confusion and difficulties for their practical use. It is proposed to merge the concept of “identification”, “commitment to organization” and “work engagement” in a more general notion of “involvement of employees in the organization”. Briefly describe the results of two empirical studies that partly confirm the heuristic character of this approach.

Received: 10/10/2016

Accepted: 11/01/2016

Pages: 73-80

DOI: 10.11621/vsp.2016.03.73

By: Lipatov S.A.;

Keywords: work engagement; organizational identification; organizational commitment; employee involvement in the organization;

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Leonova A.B. (2016). Complex psychological stress management techniques and assessment of individual stress-resistance: the experience of integrating different research paradigms. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin. Series 14. Psychology, 3, 63-72

The purpose of the cycle of works — analysis of the syndromes of occupational stress, developing in the context of the implementation of the various modern types of labor, and individually-personal characteristics of the working of the human factors that determine resistance to stressful conditions of activity on the part of ensuring the success of the work safety of mental health and personal well-being. Describes two developed in the framework of structural-integrative approach to the stress analysis of a comprehensive technology for stress management: “Integrated assessment and correction of stress” and “Individual assessment of stress resistance”. Characterized by their application to solve practical problems in the prevention and correction of stress conditions of different types of labor.

Received: 10/10/2016

Accepted: 11/01/2016

Pages: 63-72

DOI: 10.11621/vsp.2016.03.63

By: Leonova A.B.;

Keywords: work activity; occupational stress; stress-resistance; mechanisms of regulation of activity; psychological technology of stress management;

Available Online: 15.11.2016

Karabanova O.A. (2016). Parent-child relationship as a factor of professional self-identity in adolescence and early adulthood. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin. Series 14. Psychology, 3, 54-62

The article presents the results of a study of the relationship of parent-child relationships teenagers and young men with the status of identity in professional identity. Revealed that the predominant identity statuses in the professional sphere in youth are achieved identity, moratorium and predestination; in adolescence — a moratorium, predestination and diffuse identity. Significant differences in the nature of the parent-child relationship in groups with statuses predestination, achieved identity, moratorium and diffused identity. For teenagers and young men with low status (diffuse identity, predestination) is characterized by the experience of the integrity of the relationship with the family in direct command of a parent and low autonomy of children. Adolescents with the status of the moratorium relationships with parents are characterized by a high level of autonomy and differentiation from the parental home often combined with high conflict and confrontation. Integration with family at a sufficiently high autonomy, respect the opinions of parents of typical teenagers and young men with the status of achieved identity. The gender specificity, reflecting the different roles of the mother and father in the formation of identity among girls and boys is revealed. The results show the decisive role of the father in the formation of identity statuses for both gender groups.

Received: 10/10/2016

Accepted: 11/01/2016

Pages: 54-62

DOI: 10.11621/vsp.2016.03.54

By: Karabanova, O. A.;

Keywords: personal and professional self-determination; status identity; predestination; moratorium; and achieved identity; diffuse identity; child-parent relations;

Available Online: 15.11.2016

Yevsevicheva I.V., Lyubimova G.Yu. (2016). The perception of own career on the stage of its completion. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin. Series 14. Psychology, 3, 45-53

This study focuses on the perception of own career on the stage of its completion. Respondents: 30 women and men at the age from 52 to 67 years, professionals in different fields of professional activities. Research methods: interviewing, questionnaires, more options for methods of “Ranking of life values” and “Incomplete sentences”. The resulting materials were subjected to qualitative thematic analysis. The main priorities of respondents in this age group, the strategy and motivation of their professional conduct, resources for employment, and requests for psychological assistance are identified. External and internal factors influencing the formation of strategy of behavior in retirement are established. The material characterizing the image of career in the final stage can be used in psychological consulting practice.

Received: 10/10/2016

Accepted: 11/01/2016

Pages: 45-53

DOI: 10.11621/vsp.2016.03.45

By: Yevsevicheva, Irina V.; Lyubimova, Galina Yu.;

Keywords: professional career; pre-retirement and retirement age; career strategy; career consulting;

Available Online: 15.11.2016

Devishvili V.M., Noskova O.G. (2016). Psychological research to promote social and labor rehabilitation of disabled persons. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin. Series 14. Psychology, 3, 34-44

Received: 10/10/2016

Accepted: 11/01/2016

Pages: 34-44

DOI: 10.11621/vsp.2016.03.34

By: Devishvili, Vazha M.; Noskova, Ol'ga G.;

Keywords: social and labor rehabilitation; the sick and disabled persons; psychological studies;

Available Online: 15.11.2016


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