Issue 6/2005 of the “Socionics, Mentology and Personality Psychology” journal

  • N 6 (63)

  • November - December

  • 2005



Shlaina V.M.

The Intertype Relationships and the Informational Metabolism Type as Stress Factors in Social Contacts

The article considers causes of stresses in interpersonal contacts. Mechanisms of stress and methods of regulation of human behavior and relations with other people are described. It is demonstrated that an individual's psychological resources consist of his ability to cooperate with other people, his social intellect and social competency.
Key words: socionics, intertype relationships, interpersonal relations, stress, social intellect, communicative attitude, business communication.

Talanov V.L.

Is the Number of Accentuations Limited?

It is demonstrated that the entire psychological space is formed by 15 orthogonal factors. Possibility of reliable determining of all the 15 factors by answers of respondents to psychological questionnaires is substantiated; valid algorithms of diagnostics have been developed; psychological contents of all the 15 Reinin's criteria has been revealed in projection on specific questions of the questionnaire. Interaction between all the socionic criteria without exception by formula of their multiplication, where two criteria engender the third, has been proved experimentally. At the same time, high residual level of independence for each of the criteria from the other 14 (about 60% of free dispersion) has been revealed. Physiological "backbone elements" for several Reinin's criteria have been found. It is demonstrated that the second probable type in the individual typological profile may be any other type, which in turn confirms equal possibility of development of accentuation towards any intertype relationships. Variety of accentuations results in elimination of borders between types. The so-called terminal accentuation (according to Gulenko) is identified with accentuations towards illusionary, kindred and Super-Ego relationships, and the initial accentuation with accentuations towards semi-duality, back supervision and collaboration relationships. In other words, the "terminal" accentuation consists of 6 subtypes, not counting mixed cases. The connection of the criterion Rationality/Irrationality with balance of judging and perceiving functions is proved.
Key words: socionics, Reinin's criteria, psychological testing, psychological diagnostics, differential psychology, psychological accentuations, psychophysiology.

Tsypin P.Ye.

Peculiarities of Information Transfer in the Socion. Quadral Regularities and Principles of Functioning of Order Loops

The author considers quadral regularities with regard to the concept of super-important informational aspect, substantiates peculiarities of functioning of order loops and roles of informational metabolism types in Quadras.
Key words: The Quadra, the order loop, super-value, informational metabolism type, social task.

Prilepskaya N.A.

Socionics, Physics and Fractal Structure

Application of the method of fractal picture for socionic diagnostics is considered.
Key words: socionics, fractal structure of psyche, fractal picture.

Kozin R.A.

Functions of Zones and Parts of Brain Cortex and a Theory of Functional Systems in Socionics

Based on neurophysiologic ideas on brain functioning, possible correlations between the system of socionic informational metabolism functions and neural brain structures are considered.
Key words: socionics, neurophysiology, neocortex, perception, thinking, neurobiology, ethic function, sensing function, intuition function, logic function, extraversion, introversion.


Lytov D.A.

Reinin Relationships: Making 81 out of 16

The article considers a hypothesis of intertype relationships from the standpoint of coincidence or divergence of the binary criteria from the so-called Jungian basis, as well as its implications. It also considers approaches of other (native and foreign) authors.
Key words: binary criteria, Butt, Filatova, Gulenko, Heiss, intertype relationships, Jungian basis, Reinin, socionics.


Lyodin V.V., Gulenko V.V., Pavlov D.O.

Glossary of Socionic Terminology According to the School of Humanitarian Socionics

The article represents an attempt to define fundamental concepts of socionics and therefore to create a glossary of socionic terms as understood by the school of humanitarian socionics.
Key words: socionics, glossary, terms, definitions, concepts, humanitarian socionics of V. Gulenko.

Malov O.L.

Accidental and Systematic Errors of the Socionic Diagnostics

The author proposes to borrow from metrology several terms and definitions and the method of error analysis in order to evaluate precision of the socionic diagnostics. It is demonstrated through the metrological error analysis that correctness of results of the socionic diagnostics is most affected by the methodological part of the whole system of errors. Several reasons of errors specific for socionics are attributed to Ukhtomsky's dominant and non-usage of Reinin's criterion Leftist/Rightist. Ways of increasing precision of socionic diagnostics are proposed.
Key words: socionic diagnostics, accidental and systematic errors of the diagnostics, methodological error of diagnostics, The Socion as 32 psyche types, Ukhtomsky's dominant, social progress direction.

Informational Structure of Society

Peleshko V.A.

Neo-Totalitarianism as a Danger for the Society. Socionic, Social and Psychological Aspects

Peculiarities of mental effect of ideology and practice of totalitarian groups and sects on individual psyche are considered. Advices concerning methods of struggle against totalitarian groups are given.
Key words: totalitarian group, religious sect, suppression of individuality, socionics, personality type, psychological prophylaxis.

Problems of Origin of Language and Culture

Malovichko A.V., Kozyrsky V.G.

Human Origin and Language Monogenesis

The problem of origin of human language is considered. Examples of the oldest words that survived up to day are given.
Key words: linguistics, monogenesis of language, primitive speech, Nostratic languages, African languages, Afro-Asiatic languages.