Issue 1/1999 of the “Socionics, Mentology and Personality Psychology” journal

  • N 1 (22)

  • January - February

  • 1999

CONTENTS

RESEARCH

A.V.Bukalov, O.B.Karpenko, G.V.Chykyrysova

Biodata of Married Couples in the Light of Socionics

Studying socionic types in occasionally chosen married couples proves the principal positions in the socionic theory of intertype relations. E.g., the proportion of dual (fully complimentary) relations makes 45% when the proportion of in-quadra relations makes 64% relations in surveyed couples.
Key words: socionics, personality types, relations in married couples, statistics of intertype relations.

M.V.Zabirov

A Comparative Analysis of Personal Typologies: Meyers-Briggs vs. A.Augustinavichute

Internal isomorphism of both typologies and pluses of the socionic typology are given. Some mistakes in Meyers-Briggs typology and the most probable reasons of these when establishing dual typological correlations are analyzed.
Key words: personality typologies, socionics.

Ye.S.Filatova

On Socionic Terms

Comparison of A-model block names (Ego, SuperEgo, SuperId, Id) with their definitions by Freud is made to show dissimilarity between these.
Key words: socionics, Ego, SuperEgo, SuperId, Id, A model blocks.

S.I.Churumov

Possible and Impossible in Socionics or the Cheshire Cat Smile

It was shown that socionics as a theory of informational metabolism has its own basis on itself and thus it doesn't need to search for the basis in other scientific disciplines. In particular, it doesn't need a theoretic-system ground as well as the theory of the systems can be itself derived from the socionical paradigm. It is settled that a socionical paradigm can take a part of the methodological basis of all the modern science. All the science and the processes in the society can be looked at from the point of view of the socionics, all the psychology can be considered with use of the socionical concepts and terminology. The notion of informational metabolism as well as informational models of different objects' (school as a representation of LF type, and institute as PS one) functioning are considered.
Key words: socionics, philosophy, type of informational metabolism, socionical paradigm, information, theory of systems, psychology.

METHODOLOGY

Aushra Augustinavichute

Isabelle Meyers-Briggs Test

A short variant of Isabelle Meyers-Briggs test as suggested by Ben Schneidermann is translated into the socionic language and viewed from the standpoint of the theory of informational metabolism.
Key words: socionics, Jung's typology, Isabelle Meyers-Briggs test, MBTI.

G.A.Shul'man

Once More to Meyers-Briggs Identificator of C.Jung's Types

Possible reason of 'bugs' in MBTI questionnaire motioned and corrector test with methods of mistakes elimination in MBTI given. Usage of a table like 'yesterday-today-in dreams' is recommended for usage when determining type with any test. The method was verified by the author and socionic experts for 12 years in different cities of the USSR showing positive results.
Key words: socionics, type of informational metabolism, type determination, method, MBTI questionnaire, questionnaire correction.

A.V.Bukalov

Testing and Identification of Type of Informational Metabolism

Problems of identification of socionic personality types are reviewed. Experience in creation of new, and practical implementation of existing socionic tests leads one to conclusion that the test could be used as an additional tool. The most precise identification of type of informational metabolism can be achieved with work of a group of experts.
Key words: socionics, tests, identification of a socionic type.

V.D.Yermak

Socionics as an Effective Tool for Expertise and Consultancy

An experimental experts&consultants training (training and practicing) programme is presented; the programme is oriented on mastering socionics as a principal tool for psyche function prognosis and analysis. Methodology of socionics has to be complimented with potential of practical psychology, systematic approach, etc. To undergo training in accordance to this programme, the basic level of socionic knowledge is required. Practical results of experts&consultants training within this programme has proven its high effectiveness and applicability.
Key words: socionics, expertise, consultancy, theory of informational metabolism of psyche, psychology, sociology, systemology, informational science.

O.B.Karpenko

Position of an Expert

In this paper many years of socionic expert experience have been accumulated. The basic principles of expert job, and concrete recommendations for physical, vital and mental functioning levels' improvement are given. Details of interaction between expert and patient at given levels are presented.
Key words: socionics, expertise, testing, personal development.

PROBLEMS OF EDUCATION

V.V.Gulenko

First Steps: Socionics in School

Recommendation on socionic methodology implementation in school are given. Social presets as per different types of pupils and particularities of teacher's work with them are considered.
Key words: socionics, pedagogics, social presets, temperament groups.

REVIEW

V.V.Gulenko

Going Up the Evolution Stair

Works by R.A.Wilson (Quantum Psychology and Psychology of Evolution) are analyzed as parallel to sociological methods and concepts.
Key words: quantum psychology, neurological contours, socionics, models of psyche.

EX LIBRIS

A.V.Bukalov, O.B.Karpenko

Commentary to "Psychological Parallel" by K.Yarosh

The socionic analysis of psychological portraits lets one easily see the two types of informational metabolism: ET (Ivan Grozny) and FL (Peter the Great). Generic quadric presets and particularities are shown. Substantial differences in their ways of showing themselves and realization in life proper for ET (EIE) и FL (SLE) are reviewed.
Key words: socionics, type of informational metabolism, Ivan Grozny, Peter the Great, ethical-intuitive extrovert, sensoric-logical extrovert, quadra.

K.Yarosh

Ivan Grozny and Peter the Great: Psychological Parallel

The research paper though written a hundred years ago still preserves its beauty and contemporaneity. Psychological language of the author is so clean that the two types look vividly embossed.
Key words: psychological portrait of personality, Ivan Grozny, Peter the Great, socionics.