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“Methods of empirical study of the characteristics of psychosocial development and the structure of the psychosocial identity of an individual”

The fourth chapter analyzes the experience of developing and using standardized methods of empirical study of the characteristics of psychosocial development and the identity of an individual, formulates the basic requirements for such methods, presents materials on the development and validation of the differential of psychosocial development.

The first paragraph provides an overview of the basic techniques of empirical research of identity, developed on the basis of various theoretical approaches in the 60s - 90s. XX century., And analyzed the experience of their use. As the analysis showed, numerous attempts to develop sufficiently reliable and valid standardized methods for diagnosing the characteristics of ego-identity and the dynamics of psychosocial development did not lead to a clearly positive result.
This, first of all, explains the lack of attempts to adapt any of the described methods in Russian conditions. At the same time, an analysis of the experience of developing such methodological tools allowed us to formulate a number of conditions, the observance of which is necessary to create effective diagnostic tools for psychosocial development.

The second paragraph describes in detail the process of development and validation of the differential of psychosocial development, presents the results of testing the reliability and construct validity of the method, as well as the patterns of distribution of test results by differential factors revealed as a result of using the method in practice-oriented studies.
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“Methods of empirical study of the characteristics of psychosocial development and the structure of the psychosocial identity of an individual”

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