Issue 5/1999 of the “Socionics, Mentology and Personality Psychology” journal

  • N 5 (26)

  • September - October

  • 1999



Bukalov A.V.

Theory of Psycho-Informational Space, Its Fields and Structures. General Concepts

Here a concept of psycho-informational space and its fields performing the role of substructures, that relates to the whole spectrum of psychic and social activity in humans and other creatures, is suggested. More specifically, the space includes in itself a transpersonal part of psychic processes (as described by C.Jung and S.Grof), synchronistic processes, religious phenomena and corresponding psychic correlatives, psychic processes within an individual, types of informational metabolism (IM) within the structure of socion, and integral and social (societal) psyche. From the standpoint of methodology, the suggested theory relates to the whole spectrum of human psychic and social activities studied by other sciences (likewise the Maxwell's electromagnetic theory has united electricity, magnetism, light and radio waves by qualifying them different manifestations of the single electromagnetic field).
Key words: socionics, psycho-informational space, hierarchy of psycho-informational fields, the single theory of field, self, psyche, transpersonal, social (societal) psyche.

Bukalov A.V.

A New Model of Ethnic Community and State: Psycho-Informational Space of Ethnic Community

A new psycho-informational stratified model of ethnic community and state (a generalized socionic model) is suggested on the basis of the theory of psycho-informational state. Effectiveness of the model usage for an analysis of today social-political processes, and, in particular, of inter-national relations, is shown on the example of the Russian and other ethnic communities.
Key words: integral socionics, ethnic community, psycho-informational space, informational model, Russia, Turkey, Germany, USA, Japan, social-political processes, inter-national relations, crime.

Churyumov S.I.

Two Approaches towards Formal Description of Socionic-Based Relations

A new description of inter-type relations based on type and relation duality principle is suggested. Eight component models of inter-type relations are formulated and discussed in detail.
Key words: socionics, type of informational metabolism, inter-type relations, duality principle, model of relations.

Yermak V.D., Roslankina Yu.V.

Description of Psyche TIM Models

Type descriptions are widely spread in socionics though in reality they represent more - or less - adequate descriptions of real individuals belonging to some or other type of informational metabolism proper for the psyche. However, it has been psyche TIM model which reflects psyche structure and functioning mechanism that Aushra Augustinavichute put in the basis of socionics; meanwhile, a real individual comprises a certain structure (psyche TIM model) filled with some real life information. Psyche TIM model descriptions serve the basis for socionic applications related to development of recommendations and prognoses related to real individuals. In the first part of the paper descriptions of psyche TIM models for the first quadra of socion are given.
Key words: socionics, model, description, type of psyche informational metabolism, indentification, verification, personality, individuality.

Reinin G.R.

Theoretical Analysis of the Typological Personality Descriptions

The comparison of the number of factor methodics, conceptions and various personality typologies is proposed.
Key words: socionics, type, psychology, typology.

Gulenko V.V.

Equi-Final Groups

The author provides distinction between central and peripheral, left and right, and social progress cycle-dependent types of informational metabolism. A description of particularities of socium organization in view of the above groups is offered.
Key words: socionics, type of informational metabolism, quadras, presets, social progress cycles.

Gulenko V.V.

The Image of Russian Reformer

Peculiarities of the reformation epoch in Russia in the beginning of the 19th century are considered. A definition of socionic types of Paul the First, M. Speransky, Alexander the First and Nikolai ІІ is given. Specifics of inter-relations between the second and third quadras is discussed, and a notion of pentada - an arrangement of four types around the central fifth - for the purpose of socionic modelling of the social environment, is given.
Key words: socionics, social crises, reforms, Russia, quadra, pentada.

Borshch Yu.G.

On the Question of Kozma Prutkov's Sociotype

The attempt was made to answer the question of what is the sociotype of famous Kozma Prutkov; it was suggested to be ET (EIE)
Key words: socionics, sociotypes, socionic aspects and functions, Reynin`s attributes, Kozma Prutkov, perinatal matrices


Dubrov Ya.A.

Conceptual and Mathematical Modeling in Socionics

An attempt is made to ground a category-topos based socion model and present first results of logical-mathematical and descriptive investigation of the model.
Key words: socionics, model, socion, category.


Aushra Augustinavichute

Characteristic Description of the Logical-Sensory Introtim

The article represents a detailed description of the logical-sensory introtim (LF, LSI) using the A-model.
Key words: type of informational metabolism, A-model, socionics, Ego, SuperEgo, Id, SuperId.


Bukalov A.V., Karpenko O.B.

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) and FL (SLE) are reviewed.
Key words: socionics, type of informational metabolism, Ivan Grozny, Peter the Great, ethical-intuitive extrovert, sensoric-logical extrovert, quadra.

Yarosh K.

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.