Description of existent theories of motivation
The most known theories of motivation are considered. Their similarities and distinction are analyzed. It is shown that these theories can be applied at construction of any motivational systems. The choice of one or another theory is defined by a condition of internal and external organization environment, features of groups of workers, by the level of preparation the personnel, etc.
Key words: motivation, management, personnel, necessities, motivational system.
Socionical analysis of collectives and management of the personnel
There are shown the advantages of socionics as a practical technology practical technology for selection of staff, formation of collectives and motivation of the personnel.
Key words: management, socionics, management psychology, typology.
Informational Structure of Society
Ethnic mentality and policy
From positions of integrated socionics some aspects of the state management in Russia, Ukraine, France and Palestine are described. The questions of a psychoinformation resonance of political leaders and ethnoses are considered.
Key words: integral socionics, ethnopsychology, political leader, nation, ethnos.
Information space of relationships
Various manifestations of all the intertype relationships are described. The relationships are represented as a milieu where human personality develops along with inclinations and capabilities, character traits are formed, and its essential qualities manifest. Persistence of certain intertype relationships forms personality traits that manifest in its behavioral patterns, inclinations and strivings.
Key words: socionics, psychological traits, intertype relationships, personality development.
Psychological profiles of popular professions and Reinin traits
Our research testifies a model of the psychological space formed by 15 orthogonal factors. It demonstrates a possibility of reliable determining of all the 15 Reinin's criteria by answers of respondents to psychological questionnaires. Psychological contents of the 15 Reinin's criteria is revealed in projection on the items of the questionnaires. Interaction of the socionic criteria by the formula of their multiplication when two criteria form the third one is experimentally proved. At the same time, the experiment demonstrates high residual degree of freedom of each criterion from the remaining 14 (about 60% free dispersion). Physiological 'backbone elements' for several Reinin's criteria are revealed. In an experiment with a random list of preferred occupations a list of 140 most popular occupations has been obtained. Profiles of each occupation are obtained in projection on the 15 criteria and 16 socionic types. An inter-correlation matrix of weights of factors by occupations reveals oblique-angled structure of factors, analog to the one obtained by factorization of psychological questionnaires with a liberal criterion of orthogonality of factors.
Key words: socionics, Reinin criteria, psychological testing, psychological diagnostics, psychology of individual differences, brain physiology, neural science, psychophysiology, occupational profiles, career guidance.
Socionic Practical Training
Example of dual relations: IEI-SLE
Features of a dual dyad the intuitively-ethical introvert (IEI) - the sensor-logic extrovert (SLE) are described.
Key words: socionics, socionic type, psychology of the personality, interpersonal relations, intertype relationships, duality.