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Marishchuk L.V. (2016). To the question of abilities, professional suitability and professional psychological selection. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin, 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

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

By: Marishchuk, Lyudmila V.;

Available Online: 12/30/2016

Ivannikov V.A.(2015). A generation of activity and the problem of motivation. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin, 2, 15-22

Process of generation of activity with allocation of problems which it is possible to correlate with concepts need, motive, motivation, prompting to activity is analyzed. Affirms, that generation of activity assumes presence at the subject of the behavioral problem arising at actualization of needs, at acceptance by the person of requirements of a society or under the decision of the person. The motivation is understood as mental maintenance for the process of activity generation.

Received: 03/19/2015

Pages: 15-22

DOI: 10.11621/vsp.2015.02.15

Keywords: activity generation; need; object of need; motive; motivation; prompting;

By: Ivannikov V.A.;

Available Online: 06/30/2015

Magomed-Eminov М.Sh.(2014). Ontological conceptualization of the phenomenon of extremity. The Moscow University Psychology Bulletin.Series 14.Psychology,3,79-91

The paper presents an ontological conceptualization of the phenomenon of extremity, which is considered in the context of personality transformation in the trans-ordinary world. Methodological principles and scientific logic of conceptualization are proposed and specified in the following concepts: the experience of being and non-being, personality work, meaning and behavioral personality work, positive and negative extremity, the meaning of life and the meaning of death, the nature of the construction of psychological effects of extremity — psychic trauma and personal transformation.

Received: 02/17/2014

Pages: 79-91

Keywords: extremity; personality work; ultimacy phenomenon; binding principle; person’s sense structures; self-identity; motivation; passivity; activity;

By: Magomed-Eminov M. Sh.;

Available Online: 09/30/2014

Patyayeva E.Yu. (2013). Social and cultural motivating systems: A theoretical model.Moscow University Psychology Bulletin, 1, 24-41

The article continues the discussion of complex social and cultural motivating systems, which took start in the author’s previous paper. The ideas of social and cultural motivation in sociology, ethnomethodology and narrative approach are analyzed. Relying on M. Foucault’s concept of ‘dispositif’ and on the numerous data, collected in sociology, social psychology, studies of culture and narrative therapy, a three-level model of social and cultural motivating is suggested, which distinguishes between the basic level of a dispositif, it’s conscious level and the actual social field. The model makes it possible to coordinate different mechanisms of social motivating. 

Pages: 24-41

Keywords: motivation; social and cultural motivating; dispositif; narrative; meaning systems; everyday practices; social field;

By: Patyayeva E.Yu.;

Available Online: 03/30/2013

Zinchenko Yu.P., Surnov K.G., Tkhostov A.Sh.(2007).The motivation of a terrorist. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin,2,20-34

Motives of the terrorist activity are revealed through the analysis of psychological mechanisms of realization of basic human needs at the stages of involvement in a terrorist organization and participation in them. Psychological appeal of terrorism in the context of the problem of the influence of modern technology on the dynamics of the boundaries of the norm and pathology is discussed.

Received: 08/02/2007

Pages: 20-33

Keywords: psychology of terrorism; modern technologies; culture and pathology; personality psychology; motivation; needs objectification;

By: Zinchenko, Yury. P.; Surnov, Konstantin G.; Tkhostov А.Sh.;

Patyayeva E.Yu. (2012). Social and cultural motivating systems: “Ethos”, “social field”, “dispositif”. The Moscow University Psychology Bulletin, 3, 81-94

<p>The article deals with the complex social and cultural motivating systems, which were described in sociology, social psychology and the studies of culture but are hardly known within psychology of motivation. M. Weber’s concept of “ethos”, K. Levin’s concept of “social field” and M. Foucault’s concept of “dispositif” are analyzed in detail. </p>

Pages: 81-94

Keywords: motivation; social and cultural motivating; ethos; social field; dispositif; M. Weber; K. Lewin; M. Foucault;

By: Patyayeva E.Yu.;

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