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Anikina V.G. (2015). The ideas of M.K. Mamardashvili and cultural-dialogical understanding of reflection . Moscow University Psychology Bulletin. Series 14. Psychology, 4, 114-122

The article analyzes the views of M.K. Mamardashvili about the person and the value of culture in its formation: man has a dual nature, being a biological entity, but he can become “real” (conscious, meaningful, and onepiece) (M. K. Mamardashvili). The human being is awake the vertical state that must constantly hold to collect. One of the conditions of this “Assembly” is the existence of “cultural forms”, as existence, as the forms of the possible human. Outlined in the article, the area of contact of the views of M.K. Mamardashvili, S.L. Rubinstein, L.S. Vygotsky, allowed to focus on one side on the reflection as a way of being, another word for how the topos - place of being. The question of what is the mechanism of the Assembly is decided by us, based on the understanding of the dialogical (Bakhtin) nature of reflection. The author defines the notion of “reflective text” as a cultural form of reflection

Received: 09/07/2015

Pages: 114-122

Keywords: natural man; existential man; the being; the word; reflection; reflective text;

By: Anikina V.G.;

Available Online: 12/31/2015

Semenov I.N. (2015). The reflexivity of self-observation and personology of introspection: To ontology and methodology of reflexive psychology of personality (the end) . Moscow University Psychology Bulletin. Series 14. Psychology, 4, 98-113

In this part of the article theoretical positions proposed in the first part of the article, are implemented on empirical material of reflexivepsychological analysis of introspective self-life-creativity of the outstanding writer and thinker M.M. Zoshchenko. Given held them all his life a dramatic existential introspection M.M. Zoshchenko and corrected to reflect the semantic field of their identity, which was reflected in the development of introspective style as his artistic creativity, and social behavior of the individual. In conclusion, characterized the role of reflective dialogue as a means of enhancing introspective self-perception and self-development of individuality

Received: 02/11/2015

Pages: 98-113

Keywords: personality; life-creativity; Mikhail Zoshchenko; behavior; reflection; self-perception; self-observation; understanding; self-development; self-concept; personality; subjectivity; sense;

By: Semionov I.N.;

Available Online: 12/31/2015

Astretsov D.A., Leontiev D.A. (2015). Psychodiagnostic properties of the Scale of inner dialogical activity by P. Oles . Moscow University Psychology Bulletin. Series 14. Psychology, 4, 66-82

The article deals with the concept of internal dialogue and its understanding in a variety of psychological schools in Russian and foreign psychology. A concept of internal dialogue is introduced as well as its understanding by M.M. Bakhtin, L.S. Vygotsky, G.M. Kuczynski, H. Hermans. The Internal dialogical activity Scale (IDAS) by P. Oles is presented. Russian adaptation of IDAS included two sections with an interval of two weeks between them. 256 respondents participated in the first section, and 123 of them in the second. The general ID score was validated; however, instead of replication of the original 7-factor structure, we revealed a more justified, reliable and valid 3-factor one (internal dialogue, internal world, internal conflict). Construct validity is underpinned by high correlations of IDAS factors with other measures of reflexive processes and aspects of self-attitude. Unlike the differential reflectivity test by D.A. Leontiev and E.N. Osin, IDAS seems to represent mostly the negative pole of self-reflection; this conclusion is based on the analysis of IDAS connections with other personality variables. Russian adaptation of IDAS can be used for research purposes and for practical work.

Received: 10/20/2015

Pages: 66-82

Keywords: reflection; self-attitude; psychodiagnostics; internal dialogue;

By: Astretsov, Dmitrii A.; Leontiev, Dmitri A.;

Available Online: 12/31/2015

Semenov I.N.(2015). The reflexivity of self-observation and personology of introspection: To ontology and methodology of ref lexive psychology of personality. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin. Series 14. Psychology, 3, 22-39

First part of the article analyzes the historical and scientific, etymological and methodological problems of psycho-reflexivity personology study self-perception and self-observation – through introspection – a man’s own Self as an integrated personality and social personality. Considered external opposition, socio-objective determination of human mental activity and its internal, reflexive sense of life, the source of which is the individual amateur I. From these positions explicated logic of perceptual psychology: the study of perception through introspection objectivity to subjectivity reflection reflexive self-perpetuating I proposed ontology of psychological reality of the inner life, where its components are incorporated such as: self-actualization, self-perception, self-knowledge, self-understanding, self-awareness, self-determination, selfactualization personality I. In the context of reflexive psychology, personology considered reflexive nature of introspection problem-conflict situations in the self-identity sphere of artistic and scientific creativity. In the second part of the article the proposed theoretical propositions are realized on empirical material reflexive psychological analysis of introspective self-life-creativity outstanding writer and thinker M.M. Zoshchenko. Given held them all his life a dramatic existential introspection M.M. Zoshchenko and corrected to reflect the semantic field of their identity, which was reflected in the development of introspective style as his artistic creativity, and social behavior of the individual. In conclusion, characterized the role of reflective dialogue as a means of enhancing introspective self-perception and self-identity I am human.

Pages: 22-39

Keywords: psychology; methodology; ontology; personology; personality; behavior; activity; consciousness; introspection; reflection; cognition; perception; self-perception; self-observation; sense; understanding; self-development; self-concept; professional self-concept; subjectivity; life-creativity;

By: Semionov I.N.;

Available Online: 09/30/2015

Bityutskaya E.V.(2015).The development of psychological culture in practical classes on the course “Diagnostics of coping with difficult situations”. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin. Series 14.Psychology,1,60-77

In the article author analyzes the development of psychological culture as an important task of the professionalization of high school psychologists. The following conditions of the psychological culture development are highlighted: professional situations modeling; usage of interactive methods; student-centered approach to learning; organization of environment, which enables communication and collaboration of students, reflection and creativity. The content of the course “Diagnostics of coping with difficult situations” designed by the author is presented. Goals and forms of knowledge control are determined, the content is presented. Practical classes techniques are described in detail: a) methods of interactive work for the assimilation of the theoretical material; b) reacting when there are difficulties in understanding of the educational information; c) the organization of joint activities and communication of students; d) polylogue when analyzing the results used in the workshop techniques; å) ways to increase reflection. The effects of the used methods are discussed. The results of the course based on feedback from students, the dynamics of the perception of a difficult situation are analyzed. The results of the course are related to the criteria of psychological culture

Received: 11/10/2014

Pages: 60-77

Keywords: psychological culture; reflection; flow experience; experience; diagnostics; coping with difficult situations; practical classes; techniques;

By: Bityutskaya E.V.;

Available Online: 03/31/2015

Semionov I.N.(2012). P.Ya. Galperin’s theory as a conceptual base of the refl ective psychology of creative thinking. Moscow University Psychology Bulletin. Series 14. Psychology, 4, 83-91

P.Ya. Galperin part in developing of refl ective psychology of creativity is being analyzed. Th e theory of orientation as psychology subject is treated as conceptual base for theoretically-experimental studies of the refl ective function in organizing thinking activity and self-regulation in process of productive thinking in creativityrequiring tasks in the problem solving.

Pages: 83-91

Keywords: P.Ya. Galperin’s theory; orientation; reflection; formation; problem solving;

By: Semionov I.N.;

Rossokhin A.V.(2010). reflection of the altered states of consciousness in psychoanalysis. The Moscow University Herald. Series 14. Psychology, 3, 88-104

Psychoanalysis presents unique empirical material for the research of the dynamics of personality reflection in altered states of consciousness and its impact on different aspects of vital activity of the personality. it was shown that as altered states of consciousness become deeper during the psychoanalytical process the reflexive processes of a personality enhance, become more active and change qualitatively, which is expressed in particular in the formation of the active «reflexive i».

Received: 02/18/2010

Pages: 88-104

Keywords: personality; reflection; psychoanalysis; psychoanalytical process; transference; regression; counter-transference;

By: Rossokhin A.V.;

Rossokhin A.V. (2012). Reflection of the altered states of consciousness in psychoanalysis (part 2). The Moscow University Herald. Series 14. Psychology, 2, 152-167

Psychoanalysis presents unique empirical material for the research of the dynamics of personality reflection in altered states of consciousness and its impact on different aspects of vital activity of the personality. Transference and countertransference altered states of consciousness were in focus of interest of the first part of the article. It was shown that as altered states of consciousness become deeper during the psychoanalytical process the reflexive processes of a personality enhance, become more active and change qualitatively, which is expressed in particular in the formation of the active «reflexive I». Reflexive activity of the personality in countertransference and combined transference-countertransference altered states of consciousness was analyzed in this second part of the article. 

Pages: 152-167

Keywords: personality; reflection; psychoanalysis; altered states of consciousness; psychoanalytical process; transference; counter-transference; regression;

By: Rossokhin A.V.;


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