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Comprehensive study of human development at the stage of adulthood

Acmeology, as mentioned above, studies the phenomenology, patterns and mechanisms of human development at the stage of his adulthood, and especially when he reaches the highest level in this development, which usually means his maturity quality.

The degree of maturity of a person and the so-called peak of this maturity, or, as it is also called, acme, is a multidimensional state of a person, which, although it covers a significant period of time in his life, always shows how much he has taken place as a citizen, as a specialist-worker in a certain field of activity, as a poor or rich person with his connections with the surrounding reality, as a spouse, parent, but at the same time is never a static entity and, on the contrary, differs by a greater or nshey variability and variability.

As a rule, it constantly carries typical characteristics and undergoes restructuring within the framework of the maturity parameters of the components related to the physical state of a person. And the same moving unity of the content specificity and the form of its expression can always be traced in a person at the maturity stage, when he manifests himself as a citizen, and as a person, and as a subject of activity, and as a spouse, and as a parent.

It is clear that in order to holistically understand a person as an “owner”, as a “bearer” of all these of his “hypostases”, to comprehend the complexity of the dependencies between them, it is necessary to unify the results of a study of a mature person obtained in studies conducted from the standpoint of different sciences.

The integration of data obtained with this approach to the study of man is an unusually difficult process and required the creation of a special methodology, as well as the technique of scientifically correct pairing with each other.

Consistent reliance on them made it possible to establish that the physical maturity of a person, his mental maturity, which is expressed in the formation of his mind, feelings, will, his personal maturity, which, of course, is dependent on intelligence and will, but mainly manifests itself in his relations, his maturity as a subject, which is manifested primarily in abilities, are connected with each other in the closest way.
At the same time, it turns out that, as a rule, there is no frontally simultaneous achievement of the maturity level by all blocks of formations in which a person acts as an individual (living organism), as a person and as a subject of activities, and further, already at the stage of maturity itself, in a person different rates of occurrence of changes in the named entities are also observed.

The time to reach the “acme” level of a person as an individual, as a person and as a subject of creative activity very often does not coincide, or we can only talk about relative coincidence.

Acmeology comprehensively illuminates the features of this most important stage that a person goes through in his development - the stage of maturity. It determines the similar and different in it for different people and, in the same vein, clarifies for them the uniqueness of the action of factors that determine the individual picture of maturity. And, of course, the most important place in these acmeological works is tracing the nature of the mutual influence of the properties and qualities of the "physical" and "spiritual" "substances" of a person.

The state of maturity does not appear in a person unexpectedly and immediately. The whole previous human life “works” on him and on what it is. Not only the natural predisposition, but also the life already lived, to a greater extent depends on what margin of physical strength a person will approach the stage of maturity, what value orientations and relationships will make up the core of his personality and what abilities, as well as what stock of knowledge, skills will characterize him as a subject of activity when he becomes an adult.

Upon transition to the maturity stage, human health may be close to normal, or may be burdened by chronic diseases. Actualizing his motives may correspond to the essence of universal values, or pseudo-values ​​may stand behind them. And in the types of activities on which its existence depends, it may turn out to be helpless, not infantile in age or, conversely, productively active not only at the reproductive, but also at the creative level.
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Comprehensive study of human development at the stage of adulthood

  1. Comprehensive study of human development at the stage of adulthood
    Acmeology, as mentioned above, studies the phenomenology, patterns and mechanisms of human development at the stage of his adulthood, and especially when he reaches the highest level in this development, which usually means his maturity quality. The degree of maturity of a person and the so-called peak of this maturity, or, as it is also called, acme, is a multidimensional state
  2. Adulthood and maturity as the most important stage of the human life cycle for acmeology
    Plan 1. General characteristics of human development in ontogenesis. 2. The essence of the problem of the ratio of adulthood and maturity. 3. Chronological, biological, social and psychological ages and possible options for their relationship. 4. The different criteria for maturity and understanding of maturity itself among different peoples and at different historical times. 5. Preservation of the ambiguity of the relationship
  3. Adulthood and maturity as the most important stage of the human life cycle for acmeology
    Plan 1. General characteristics of human development in ontogenesis. 2. The essence of the problem of the ratio of adulthood and maturity. 3. Chronological, biological, social and psychological ages and possible options for their relationship. 4. The different criteria for maturity and understanding of maturity itself among different peoples and at different historical times. 5. Preservation of the ambiguity of the relationship
  4. Adulthood and maturity as the most important stage of the human life cycle for acmeology
    Adulthood and maturity as the most important stage of the life cycle for acmeology
  5. Theory of three stages of human development
    Researchers in European countries were more interested in analyzing the qualitative features of the development process. They were interested in the stages or stages of the development of behavior in phylogeny and ontogenesis. So, after the works of I.P. Pavlov, E. Thorndike, V. Keller, the Austrian psychologist K. Buler proposed the theory of three stages of development: instinct, training, intelligence. K. Buler connected these steps, their
  6. ONTOGENETIC PSYCHOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT OF A HUMAN: AGE STEPS
    ONTOGENETIC PSYCHIC DEVELOPMENT OF A HUMAN: AGE
  7. Personality development during adulthood. Regulatory-crises of adulthood
    Personality development during adulthood is still one of the most complex and insufficiently studied problems of psychology. For example, psychoanalytic theories focus more on cases of personality abnormalities, pathological variants. The norm is considered as a condition of the absence of symptoms of the disease. Another approach, developed from the standpoint of humanistic psychology, is
  8. Acmeological approach to the study of man as a subject of development and self-development
    High professionalism and creative skill in its implementation by a variety of specialists is the main human resource, which becomes the most important factor in the optimal solution of pressing problems. In this sociocultural context, acmeology, a new integratively complex science, is of particular importance. It is she who studies the laws and technologies of the development of such peaks
  9. Sociological (cultural) approach to the study of human mental development
    Socium as an explanatory principle in the French sociological school. The founder of the sociological trend in psychology is considered to be E. Durkheim. His work had a serious impact on the development of psychological research on the relationship between the individual and society. He assigned a decisive role in the development of the child to a social factor, the basis of which is collective representation
  10. The main characteristics of a person during early adulthood
    The development of cognitive mental processes during early adulthood (20–40 years) is of an uneven heterochronous nature. So, the development of psychophysiological functions continues at the initial stage of early adulthood and reaches its optimum by 25 years. Then the development of sensory-perceptual characteristics stabilizes and persists until the age of 40. At the same time, development
  11. The main characteristics of a person during early adulthood
    The development of cognitive mental processes during early adulthood (20 - 40 years) is uneven heterochronous. So, the development of psychophysiological functions continues at the initial stage of early adulthood and reaches its optimum by 25 years. Then the development of sensory-perceptual characteristics stabilizes and persists until the age of 40. At the same time, development
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