Popov V.P., Krajnjuchenko I.V.
Selfdestructive psychology of managers behaviour
The aspiration to self-affirmation and excessive belief in own forces in a combination to unwillingness to adapt style of business dealing in the changing market environment frequently leads to large miscalculations in management of the organization and to business destruction.
Key words: management, corporate culture, ideology of organization, self-affirmation, ideal of leader.
Informational Structure of Society
The stresses, generated by globalization
The problems of adaptation of the person to superfluous, extremely difficult and quickly updated information environment are considered. It causes the necessity of development programs of psychological preparation and adaptation of people to a life in qualitatively new conditions, technologies of prophylaxis of information overloads and correction of the habitual, folded strategy of thought.
Key words: information overload, psychological adaptation, strategy of thought.
Hrycak V.V., Hrycak J., Iglin S.P.
Socioal realtions study
In the article have been proposed a mathematical model of society as categories, which objects are the people, and morphisms is relations between them. The article's algorithms make possible to uniquely decompose a society to separate stratums, to choose a social influential members totality, to calculate influence kernel. For all developed algorithms the program realizations are created which can be applied for a solution of the customer problems. The offered algorithms are applied only to democratic society.
Key words: category, object, morphism, algorithm.
Introduction to Socionics
Methods and practical appendixes of socionics are described, including deep description of structure of personality and forecasting of psychological compatibility of people.
Key words: socionics, psychology, management, interpersonal relations, psychological compatibility.
Personality as a system of types
The article proposes a hypothesis of co-existence of two or more types of informational metabolism within one person. The types of Ego, Persona, Anima and Shadow (concepts proposed by C.G.Jung) are described.
Key words: socionics, psychology, archetypes, Ego, Persona, Anima, Shadow, C.G.Jung.
A new description of intertype relationships based on type and relation duality principle is suggested. Eight-component models of intertype relationships are formulated and discussed in detail.
Key words: socionics, type of informational metabolism, intertype relationships, duality principle, model of relations.
Sources of Aushra Augustinavichiute's Socionics, primary concepts of the informational metabolism typology, structure of psyche of the socionic types, its components, elements of relationship typology, psychological portraits of the types, and rules of survival.
Key words: Socionics, personality psychology, psychological types, psyche functions, psyche structure, informational flow aspects, extroversion, introversion, rationality (judgment), irrationality (perception), thinking (logic), feeling (ethic), sensation, intuition, structure of the psyche according to Jung's model, intertype relationships, structure of intertype relationships, psyche informational model.