Issue 6/2003 of the “Socionics, Mentology and Personality Psychology” journal

  • N 6 (51)

  • November - December

  • 2003



Donchenko Ye.A.

Fractal Nature of the Human and the Frustration Neurosis

The realization by the individual of his archetypical twin (Homo fractalis) representing the fractal structure of the psyche allows relieving him from his neurotic states and understanding the profound inner structure of interpersonal and social relations.
Key words: psyche fractal, interpersonal relations, socionics, Homo fractalis, twin archetype, neurosis, synchronics.


Filatova Ye.S.

The Relationships of Social Order, Superego and Contrast with Consideration to Gender Roles of the Personality Types

Agreeability scores calculation is made for married couples connected by the relationships of Social Order, Superego and Contrast. Significant dispersion of scores both between different pairs and inside each of them is demonstrated to appear when consideration of male and female versions of the types and their gender roles are involved.
Key words: socionics, relationship of social order, relationship of superego, relationship of contrast, matrimony, gender roles.

Pavlova L.I., Trekhov A.V.

Geometric Model of Informational Metabolism

The article presents a new geometric model of informational metabolism called Info-Cube. It is demonstrated to help explain such phenomena as the signs of aspects and the natural masks. The Info-Cube served as a basis to a hypothesis of building the Model A for each of the quadras. A possibility of existence of masks having no analogs among the classical informational metabolism types is demonstrated.
Key words: Model A, mental loop, vital loop, verbal functions, labor functions, program blocks, basis blocks, contact blocks, inert blocks, quadra, biquadra, progress loop, programmers, fulfillers, accumulators, coordinators, accentuation, mask, dimensionality of functions.

Afendik A.L.

Increasing Efficiency of Socionics through Complex (Multifactor) Approach to Forecasting Relationships, Standardization of Research Methodologies and Techniques

The results of research performed in small factory groups and young families demonstrate that communication depends not only on combination of socionics types, but also on moral qualities of the partners. It is proposed to consider socionics as a science of human understanding, its analysis and synthesis, and to call the field of metrological provision of socionics research the socionicometry.
Key words: socionics, psychology, personality type, Kettell factors, intertype relationships, socionicometry.

Shlaina V.M.

By What Means Do We Cognize? (Peculiarities of the Informational Metabolism)

The concept of informational metabolism is considered. The role of the system of informational metabolism functions described by the Model A in information processing and reflection of their working on the psychological level of human perception are analyzed.
Key words: socionics, psychology, feelings, emotions, informational metabolism, knowledge, meaning, informational model of psyche, functions of informational metabolism.

Prudnikova L.Yu.

The Socion as a Way of Human Asynchronous Evolution

This article represents a view on G.Shulman’s Periodical System of the Socion (PSS) from the viewpoint of Geodakyan’s evolution theory. The bipolarity of the Socion may be considered as manifestation of the primary dichotomy of the male and female elements, and the complicated 4-dimensional structure of the Socion as a way of human asynchronous evolution in the social and cultural environment.
Key words: the Socion, gender differences, the Periodical System of Socion, socionics, ethology, psychology.


Lytov D.A.

A Dialog with Colleagues: on What Kind of Conditions? Part 2: Socionics and Psychologists

The article considers the problem of status of socionics with respect to psychology, as well as reasons of arguments with other psychological schools.
Key words: empirical research, experiment, extroversion, methodology, psychology, socionics, terminology, theory.

Bukalov A.V.

On the Difference between Socionics and Myers-Briggs Typology

The socionic typology and the typology of Myers and Briggs (MBTI) are different and do not coincide with each other, although they both descend to C.G.Jung’s typology and in spite of superficial resemblance in descriptions of certain types. It is demonstrated in the article that the Myers-Briggs typology, unlike socionics, does not completely comply with the Jungian typology. This is why it is, unlike socionics, unfit for building of a theory of intertype relationships and makes obviously erroneous and inadequate conclusions and advices concerning intertype relationships. At the same time methods of socionics allows precise prediction of interpersonal relations, both in marriage and work, which has been confirmed by observations of more than 10000 people made by independent researchers.
Key words: socionics, typology, informational metabolism type, psychological type, C.G.Jung’s psychological typology, Myers & Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), psychical functions, informational metabolism functions, forecasting intertype relationships.

Shepet’ko Ye.V.

Problems of Socionics and Socionists

The article criticizes the mechanistic approach considering socionics as a system of stereotypes, behavior templates to be followed. The author believes that the type should be understood in order to get rid of its templates by developing one’s own personality.
Key words: socionics, psychology, personality types, behavior stereotypes, psyche synthesis, integral consciousness, psychical functions.


Marakhovsky L.F.

Psychological and Pedagogical Problems in the Teaching Process Using Computerized Information Technologies

The problem of development of computerized informational technologies, their application in the teaching process, their influence on this process, as well as their application in distant and open education is considered. Psychological and pedagogical problems arising in the teaching process using computerized informational technologies are discussed.
Key words: teaching, teaching process, psychology, pedagogy, computer technologies.


Dubrov Ya.A.

Intertype Relationships in the Socion and Intercodon Mutations in the Genome: Symmetrization, Tolerantization, Algebrization

The properties of the Socion as a mathematical object are researched. Analogs between the Socion and the genome are researched.
Key words: socionics, genome, structure of the Socion, DNA molecule structure, type, intertype relationships, algebra of Augustinavichiute and Zhegalkin.


Litrovnik Ye.L.

What the Palm Keeps in Dark

A 16-component model of psyche as a body of relations is proposed. All vital psychical dramas and human problems may be described as transformation of contents of psychical functions in this model. Practical technique of building and application of such a model is proposed.
Key words: socionics, psychology, model of psyche, body of relationships, suicide, neurosis, informational metabolism type, psychical function.