home
about the project
Medical news
For authors
Licensed books on medicine
<< Previous Next >>

"Acme" in the professional development of man

Plan

1. The essence of the phenomenon of "acme" in professional development.

2. Types of professional "acme".

3. The criteria for professional "acme" in relation to the indicators of professionalism and professional competence.

4. Conditions for achieving professional acme.

Key words: professional “acme”, professionalism, professional competence, professional, professional development, professionalization, professiogram, acmeogram (professional).

- “Acme” in professional development (professional “acme”) is a mental state that means the highest level for a person in his professional development, which falls on a given period of time;

- professionalism - an integral psychological characteristic of the person of work, reflecting and fixing the level of compliance of the person with the requirements of the profession;

- professional competence - an integral professional ability of a person, which means his preparedness to solve a certain class of professional tasks;

- professional - a person who has acquired value orientations in the profession, performing professional activities at the level of the requirements of the profession, consciously developing his personality through the means of the profession;

- professional development - the process of accumulating qualitative and quantitative, progressive and regressive changes in the human psyche as a professional;

- professionalization - the process of becoming a professional, bringing a person closer to the standard of a specialist;

- professiogram - a document fixing the requirements of the profession to the activities and personality of the specialist;

- an acmeogram is a document reflecting a possible individual trajectory of a person's advancement to his professional “acme”.
<< Previous Next >>
= Skip to textbook content =

"Acme" in the professional development of man

  1. "Acme" in the professional development of man
    Plan 1. The essence of the phenomenon of "acme" in professional development. 2. Types of professional "acme1." 3. Criteria for professional "acme" in relation to indicators of professionalism and professional competence. 4. Conditions for achieving professional "acme." Keywords: professional "acme", professionalism, professional competence, professional, professional
  2. Acme: content role, specificity of manifestation. Acme in the personal development of a person
    The phenomenon of acme and its main characteristics Adulthood in all manifestations of its natural and social nature of a person is the peak in its development, followed by old age, old age, which are characterized by a gradual decrease in physical health, weakening civic activity, reduction in the volume and content of parental responsibilities, shutdown
  3. The essence of the acme phenomenon in professional development
    "Acme" in professional development (professional "acme") is a mental state that means the highest level for a given person in his professional development, which falls on a given period of time. Professional "acme" is a mental state, meaning maximum mobilization, the realization of all professional abilities, capabilities and reserves of a person
  4. The essence of the acme phenomenon in professional development
    “Acme” in professional development (professional “acme”) is a mental state that means the highest level for a given person in his professional development, which falls on a given period of time. Professional "acme" is a mental state, meaning maximum mobilization, the realization of all professional abilities, capabilities and reserves of a person
  5. Integration of personal and professional components of consciousness as a manifestation of human acme
    One of the applied aspects of the problem of the formation of individuality, that is, the process of integrating the basic characteristics of a person as an individual, person and subject of activity, is the question of the formation of the individuality of a professional at the stage of training at a university, achievement of subjective acme. At the stage of university training, when students are not yet professionals, already
  6. “Acme”, professionalism and social adaptation of a person: periodization of development and typology of human social activity
    The problem of the correlation of giftedness, genius and “norm”, adaptability and reactivity, situational and “supra-situational” activity, biological and social determinants of professional achievements, intervals of age-related sensitivity, personal and professional potential has not arisen in psychology today and periodically declares itself in new and new contexts. In acmeology, she
  7. "Acme" in the context of individual human development
    Plan 1. Individuality in the system of human qualities and acme. 2. Integral individuality as a result and as a condition for human development. 3. Style as a system of matching individuality of a person with the environment. 4. Typology of styles. Key words: individuality, integral individuality, individual style of activity, style of professional activity. -
  8. "Acme" in the context of individual human development
    Plan 1. Individuality in the system of human qualities and acme. 2. Integral individuality as a result and as a condition for human development. 3. Style as a system of matching individuality of a person with the environment. 4. Typology of styles. Key words: individuality, integral individuality, individual style of activity, style of professional activity. -
  9. "Acme" in the personal development of a person
    Plan 1. Post-industrial challenge. 2. Personal maturity as the basis of professionalism. 3. “I” - the social quality of a person with the psychological status of “We”. 4. Professional self-realization as a way of personality to “acme”. Key words: post-industrial society, personality, akmic personality, "I", existential, mission, acme. - post-industrial society -
  10. "Acme" in the personal development of a person
    Plan 1. Post-industrial challenge. 2. Personal maturity as the basis of professionalism. 3. “I” - the social quality of a person with the psychological status of “We”. 4. Professional self-realization as a way of personality to “acme”. Key words: post-industrial society, personality, akmic personality, "I", existential, mission, acme. - post-industrial society - stage
  11. "Acme" in the context of the development of individuality
    Plan 1. The concept of personality. 2. The essence of autopsychological competence as a way to develop acme in the context of personality. 3. Acmeological components of autopsychological activity. 4. Typologies of personality and character. 5. Types of psychological defenses. 6. Typology of thinking styles. Key words: individuality, autopsychological competence,
  12. "Acme" in the context of the development of individuality
    Plan 1. The concept of personality. 2. The essence of autopsychological competence as a way to develop acme in the context of personality. 3. Acmeological components of autopsychological activity. 4. Typologies of personality and character. 5. Types of psychological defenses. 6. Typology of thinking styles. Key words: individuality, autopsychological competence,
  13. Peaks in the development of man (or his "acme") and their main characteristics
    Peaks in the development of man (or his "acme") and their main
  14. Peaks in the development of man (or his "acme") and their main characteristics
    Peaks in the development of man (or his "acme") and their main
  15. Criteria of professional “acme” in relation to indicators of professionalism and professional competence
    When assessing the presence and nature of professional “acme” in a particular person, it is important to take into account the psychological indicators of professionalism and competence that have developed in this profession and in the professional community, as well as psychological knowledge about professionalism. The identification and assessment of professional “acme” depends on how professionalism is understood, what are the indicators
  16. Criteria of professional “acme” in relation to indicators of professionalism and professional competence
    When assessing the presence and nature of professional “acme” in a particular person, it is important to take into account the psychological indicators of professionalism and competence that have developed in this profession and in the professional community, as well as psychological knowledge about professionalism. The identification and assessment of professional “acme” depends on how professionalism is understood, what are the indicators
  17. Acmetechnological support of personal and professional development of a person by the acmeological service
    Plan 1. Acmeological service as a form of ensuring personal and professional development of a person. 2. The structure of the goals and objectives of the acmeological service. 3. Activities and functions of the acmeological service. 4. Technological equipment of the acmeological service. 5. Acmeologist as a subject of activity in the acmeological service. Key words: acmetechnological support
Medical portal "MedguideBook" © 2014-2019
info@medicine-guidebook.com