• Socionics  5/2012

Issue # 5/2012 of “Socionics, mentology and personality psychology…” journal


Eglit I.M., Tumolska V.A., Abramov S.D.

The basic properties and operating emotions of functions of information metabolism

There are listed the characteristics of functions of information metabolism (a semantic component) and operating emotions (a power component) according to parametres of functions: dimension, talnoty, sign.
Key words: function of information metabolism, function parametrs, semantic component, power component, typing.

Mischenko O.A.

Sense of duty. Creating a sense of responsibility

After watching the various representatives of TIM, activities and actions, analyzing the activity of each of them, the value of the individual, as well as the value of the quadra of which he is, we can draw some conclusions. The first of these: any activity of the human brain based on impulse. This does not detract from the individuality of each. Any person, being in the right conditions, overcoming one by one stage of development, can form and express their individuality, something different — that will be qualitatively different from other people. One of these qualities — our sense of duty to you. Knowing its nature, we can control its appearance, sometimes negative, just as it will help us to recognize, understand and take action around. All this calls for further research on the subject and is open to the community socionics.
Key words: socionics, aspects of information flow, role function, black ethics, emotions.

Intertype relationships

Bukalov A.V.

Descriptions of intertype relationships

The descriptions of the intertype relationships with the examples and analysis of interactions on the A-model are given.
Key words: socionics, intertype relationships, type of information metabolism, A-model, function of information metabolism.


Litvinenko I.Yu.

Aspectonics: what it should be

It is shown that to date the subjects of information aspects represent an initial part of socionics as a particular science and academic discipline, therefore deserve to be designated as “aspectonics”. In addition, it has a complex structure consisting of conceptual introduction of aspects, their semantics and application preconditions.
Key words: socionics, information aspects, aspectonics.

Informational Structure of Society

Gulenko V.V.

Epoch of civilizations: in torment birth

From the standpoint of Socionics the description of modern civilizations is offered. The hypothesis is stated that the future world is the world of eight civilizations united in four super-civilizations, arranged confederation with uniform unifying culture.
Key words: civilization, socionics, sociology, culture, ethnos, super-ethnos, interaction between civilizations.


Yermak V.D.

Signs on functions in the models of Socionics

The phenomenon of signs of socionic functions in models of personality types is considered. It is given the author's (V.V. Gulenko, 1990) introduction to the idea of signs. The current understanding of signs of socionic functions, defining the format of socionic functions in models of TIM is summarized.
Key words: socionics, socionic functions, signs, hypothesis format.

Mathematical Methods in Socionics

Minaiev Yu.P.

Matrix formalism of intertype relations

Versions of matrix formalism for description and investigation of intertype relations principles are introduced in the article.
Key words: mathematical socionics, intertype relations matrixes, Augustinavichyute-Ljashkjavichus intertype relations table.


Medvedev N.N., Shulman G.A.

Socionics – the one of the keys to the Great Mystery of the human psyche

It is the conversation between two leading experts in the field of Socionics - Nikolai Medvedev and Grigory Schulman – on the history, the purposes, problems and development of this science.
Key words: socionics, psychology, interpersonal relations, information model of the psyche, Aushra Augustinavichute.

Practice of typing

Ilyasova A.G.

Socionic type definition using psychological techniques “Drawings of Animals”

The research contains analysis of the responses received during the procedure “Drawings of Animals”, to determine the personality types of respondents.
Key words: type definition, FL (SLE), LF (LSI), ET (EIE), TE (IEI), ES (ESE), IL (ILE), RF (ESI).

Ex Libris

Taratukhin S.A.

The order the People's Commissar of the USSR Defense J. Stalin on the 28th July 1942 № 227 (“Not one step back!”) as a textbook example of the ideology of the Ego-block of logical-sensory introvert

In the article, written by the author on the basis of his reports on Kiev socionics seminar and the International Conference on Socionics in 2011, on an example of one of the most famous orders of Stalin during World War II is revealed the ideology of the Ego-block of logical-sensory introvert. There are shown the intertype relations activation that existed between the Russian people and its leader during his stay in power. The attention is paid to aspects of the semantics of information metabolism in the document text, on the positive Stalin attitude to the Hitler policy against the German troops and to the values of ITIM of German ethnicity as a manifestation of socionics intertype relations of duality and identity. This article is a part of a series of articles the author intended for a future anthology of socionics.
Key words: anthology of socionics, verification of socionic type by “dossier”-method, World War II, the Great Patriotic War, typical properties of LSI and IEI, logical-sensory introvert, intuitive-ethical introvert, ethical-intuitive extrovert, Stalin, ITIM of Russi.

Reviews of dissertations

Frolova M.G.

Application socionic knowledge in scientific researches

Application of methods of Socionics in the dissertation work on restructuring of the administrative personnel is analyzed.
Key words: socionics, personnel, staff, team, command formation.

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