• Socionics  1-2/2020

Issue # 1-2/2020 of “Socionics, mentology and personality psychology…” journal


Bukalov A.V., Karpenko O.B.

Sigmund Freud and psychoanalysis in the light of socionics

Based on biographical data, memoirs and documents, an analysis of the psychological portrait of the founder of psychoanalysis, Sigmund Freud, is carried out. It is shown that his socionic type is the ethical-sensory introvert (ESI). It is discussed what psychoanalysis and its practice would be if it were created by a person of a different type. The status of psychoanalysis and aspects of experimental confirmation of its provisions in modern science are considered.
Key words: psychoanalysis, socionics, psychology, type of informational metabolism, Sigmund Freud, C. Jung, introversion, sensory, intuition, rationality, unconscious, consciousness, deep psychology.

Golovchiner (Novikova) V.Yu.

Love and relationships in the context of the sign “emotivism-constructivism”

The emergence and development of love and loving relationships in socionic types, differing on the basis of Rainin “emotivism-constructivism”, is considered.
Key words: socionics, psychology of relations, type of informational metabolism (TIM), informational model of the psyche, dimension of mental function by A.V. Bukalov, logic, ethics, love.

Prokofieva T.N., Prokofiev V.G.

Small groups “Planning styles”. Part 3. To practice of application

This part of the article is devoted to the features of the practical application of small groups “Planning Styles”, both professionally and personally, in particular to create conditions for high-quality rest. The article will be useful for socionics, managers and psychologists.
Key words: socionics, practice, planning, type of informational metabolism, tetrachotomy, small groups, relaxation groups, “Square” groups, effective work, good rest.

Minaiev Yu.P., Datsenko I.P., Pinda M.V., Safroniuk O.S.

Classical orbital tetrachotomies and verbalized dichotomies of the socion

This article continues the investigations of tetrachotomies that divide the socion into subsets of four types that are “homogeneous” in terms of the classical intertype relations. The use of central section bipolar traits to organize and name tetrachotomies is considered, as are tetrachotomies that are generated by first dividing the socion by one bipolar trait, and then dividing each half by two different bipolar traits. After comparing our results with the work of other authors, we agree on proper terminology.
Key words: socionics, classical and “trait-based” intertype relations, groups of central sections of socion, bipolar traits, Augustinavichiute‒Reynin traits, Jung‒Minaiev traits, «homogeneous» and « heterogeneous» groups of four types, orbital tetrachotomies of the socion.

Socionical consultations

Zvonareva N.A.

Psychological aspect in the work of socionist

It is discussed the psychological aspect of the advisory activities of a specialist in socionics.
Key words: socionics, psychology, counseling.

Psychotherapeutical Issues

Litvinenko I.Yu., Shapovalova L.A.

Theoretical and methodological problems of client-centered therapy. Part 1

The theoretical and methodological foundations of client-centered therapy are considered taking into account the tools of the typological approach by C.G. Jung and Socionics by A. Augustinavichiute.
Key words: psychology, psycho-therapy, client-centered therapy, C. Rogers, methodology, dialectic method, system approach, socionics.



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