Comment to Jungian Typology and Introduction to Informational Metabolism
Based on C.G.Jung's typology and his notions of psyche function, construction of structural informational models of psyche is proposed: a 4-element (J-Model) and 8-element (A-Model) ones. These models allow distinguishing and describing 16 informational metabolism types, which significantly extend possibilities of the Jungian personality typology.
Key words: typology, psyche, Socionics, psyche function, extroversion, introversion, informational metabolism type, informational metabolism model.
On Dimensionality of Informational Metabolism Functions
A concept of dimensionality of informational metabolism functions is introduced. The dimensionality of an informational metabolism function is determined by its place in the A-Model and described by four vectors: globalization, situation, norms and personal experience. The concept of dimensionality easily explains specifics and nature of intertype relationships discovered in socionics.
Key words: psychical functions, informational metabolism functions, psyche model, dimensionality of function, socionics, intertype relationships.
Relationships According to Jung's Basis
Existence of difference between the intertype relationships according to A. Augustinavichiute and such relationships between socionic types, which may be created on the basis of coincidence or divergence of the Jungian dimensions, is demonstrated.
Key words: psychological types, socionic types, intertype relationships, Jung's basis.
Lesiovskaya Ye., Ponomareva I., Chizhik Ye.
Creation of Optimal Student Groups Using Socionic Methods
It is demonstrated experimentally that consideration of information metabolism types of students of higher education institutions and their intertype relationships helps create learning groups with significantly higher performance level and allows the students to master the future occupation more successfully.
Key words: socionics, social psychology, creation of learning groups, performance, discipline, informational metabolism type, intertype relationships.
Several peculiarities of the small groups called Social Progress Triads are considered. Roles of different types in such groups are determined, examples of stable triads are given, and a law of interaction of target groups is formulated.
Key words: Socionics, target groups, social progress, group roles, social order relationship, dual relationship.
Peculiarities of Interaction in 'Conic' Groups
Peculiarities and dynamics of interaction in 'conic' small groups consisting of three people linked by the intertype relationships of social order, social supervision and duality, are described.
Key words: Socionics, psychological types, informational metabolism types, dual relationship, relationship of social order and supervision.
Masculine and Feminine Qualities in the Informational Structure of Psyche
It is demonstrated that masculine world perception in EGO consciousness block is characterized by differential function with a narrow selective characteristic, unlike feminine perception, which is characterized by broad-banded integral selective characteristic. However, in the field of SuperID block the situation is quite the opposite, which provides complement and psychological resonance between the partners' Conscious and Unconscious.
Key words: socionics, psychology, gender relations, Anima, Animus, psyche.
On Masculine and Feminine Variants of A-Model
Differences between masculine and feminine qualities are considered according to the informational metabolism theory. Correlation of these qualities with the traits of informational metabolism types is proposed, the most 'masculine' and 'feminine' types are noticed. Intertype relationships are described based on these peculiarities.
Key words: socionics, psychology, informational metabolism type, masculine, feminine.
Socionic Approach to Typology of Philosophical Systems
Application of the informational metabolism theory (socionics) to the study of structure and typology of philosophical systems of Descartes, Schopenhauer, Hegel, Kant etc. is considered.
Key words: socionics, psychological type, philosophical system, Descartes, Schopenhauer, Hegel, Kant.
Socionics and Its Place in the Hierarchy of Integral System of Human Description
The relation of socionics and the system of informational metabolism types with Vishuddha chakra, with human mental plan and mental body is considered. The possibility of existence of several integral systems of describing a human, e.g. so called Causonics - a system of causal types - refers to the causal plan.
Key words: socionics, psychology, chakra, vidshutkha, anakhata, astrology, mentology, causal plan.
Is Socionics Alone?
The expediency, necessity and correctness of comparison between different typological hypostases (e.g., zodiacal and socionic) of a human when determining his socionic type (informational metabolism type) are substantiated.
Key words: personality typologies, human type, typological hypostasis, translucent analysis, behavioral reactions level, essential comparison.
What Are We Talking About?
The multidimensionality of the human psychical structure implies that the manifestations of the socionic type (informational metabolism type), which most exactly correlates with the mental dimension, is influenced by projections of other dimensions. This determines variations of the type, e.g. in the form of subtypes. Attention is paid to transpersonal and perinatal aspects of formation of psyche of the human and his socionic type.
Key words: socionics, psychology, temperament, informational metabolism type, mental plan, karmic pattern, basic perinatal matrices, chakra.
Savchenko S.V., Savchenko I.D., Negodina O.V.
Personality as a Socionic Type in Savchenko's United Symbolic Space (SUSS)
A concept of Savchenko's United Symbolic Space (SUSS), based on common involvement of many symbolic spaces, such as the system of Tarot cards and the hexagrams of the Book of Changes, is introduced. Description of the socion in terms of SUSS is proposed.
Key words: symbolic space, socionics, Tarot cards, The Book of Changes, socion, intertype relationships, psychology.