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The concept of personality

A person’s individuality is manifested in the features of temperament, character, specific interests, qualities of perceptual processes and intelligence, human needs and abilities, and is defined as the uniqueness of the psyche and personality of an individual, its uniqueness.

The prerequisite for the formation of individuality is the anatomical and physiological instincts, which are transformed in the process of education, social impact, self-development, giving rise to a wide variability of manifestations of personality.

A special place in the formation and development of individuality is played by the autopsychological competence of the personality, which provides not only awareness of one's own strengths and weaknesses, character traits, thinking, emotional reactions, but also allows the individual to compensate for negative manifestations and weaknesses (for example, people of choleric type of temperament to develop emotional self-regulation), improve existing abilities (for the leader to develop leadership potential), form new qualities in himself and skills.

Autopsychological competence allows you to actualize a person’s internal psychological potential, which contributes to the formation of an individual style of professional activity, the development of creativity, the formation of effective career and life development strategies.
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The concept of personality

  1. The concept of personality
    A person’s individuality is manifested in the features of temperament, character, specific interests, qualities of perceptual processes and intelligence, human needs and abilities, and is defined as the uniqueness of the psyche and personality of an individual, its uniqueness. The prerequisite for the formation of individuality is the anatomical and physiological inclinations that are transformed in the process of upbringing, social
  2. The definition of health. Signs and indicators of individual health
    In accordance with the Charter of the World Health Organization (WHO), health is understood as “a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, and not just the absence of diseases and physical defects”. At the same time, physical health refers to the current state of the functional capabilities of organs and systems of the body. Mental health is seen as a condition
  3. The concept of health, individual human health
    The concept of health by various specialists is defined in different ways. Distinguish between "health" and "state of health." The term "health" implies full, absolute health. There is no absolutely healthy person in nature. "Health" is the degree of proximity to absolute health. The state of human health can be in three states: health, pre-illness, disease.
  4. INDIVIDUAL HEALTH
    Purpose: to reveal the essence of the concept of "individual health" from a holistic perspective. Tasks: • present the structure of individual health from a holistic perspective; • determine the characteristics of bodily health: somatic, physical, reproductive; • describe the mental and psychological components of mental health; • consider the phenomenon of spiritual health with
  5. "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,
  6. "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,
  7. Typology of individuals
    The ambivalent unity of the uniqueness of all individuals, on the one hand, and on the other, their inevitable joint existence, predetermines the fact that people are not only unique, but are similar in some ways. If individual differences increase the adaptability of the entire population, then individual similarities provide an opportunity for mutual understanding and interaction, "cementing" the community. Similarities and
  8. Typology of individuals
    The ambivalent unity of the uniqueness of all individuals, on the one hand, and on the other, their inevitable joint existence, predetermines the fact that people are not only unique, but are similar in some ways. If individual differences increase the adaptability of the entire population, then individual similarities provide an opportunity for mutual understanding and interaction, "cementing" the community. Similarities and
  9. Individuality, personality, essence
    When emphasizing the general that this particular person and all other people have, it is customary to use the term “individual”. We are talking about a child or an adult “individual” and thereby relate him to the human race. However, in addition to similarities between individual representatives of the human race, there are interindividual differences. When the term "personality" is used, they mean how
  10. "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. -
  11. "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. -
  12. Private conversation
    Individual conversation is one of the most important and most effective methods of psychology, which is widely used in its various fields. Depending on the purpose of using this method, the conversation may be orientation, diagnostic, experimental, preventive, etc. The main task of the psychologist's introductory conversation with the military is the primary individual
  13. Lecture 2. Individual health
    The doctrine of health. Modern ideas about health. Health in the hierarchy of values ​​of an individual, family, team, society, state in Russia, countries of Europe, Asia, America). Health models: medical, biological, socio-psychological. Defining individual health from a holistic perspective. Levels of individual health (physical, mental, spiritual), their
  14. A holistic approach to the definition of “individual health”
    The literature contains a number of terms: “mental health” (B. S. Bratus, 1988), “psychological health” (I. V. Dubrovina, 1991) “mental health” (O. I. Danilenko, 1996), “personal health ”(L.N. Mitina, 2002),“ spiritual health ”(Yu.A. Korelyakov, 2002), which cause confusion in the perception of the concept of“ individual health ”. This particular inconsistency is easy to avoid,
  15. Individual Difference Assessment
    In many industrialized countries, an objective assessment of individual differences, especially differences in cognitive and intellectual abilities, is widely used. In primary schools, children are often divided into classes depending on their success in passing the tests. Endowment or ability tests are part of the college entrance process and most
  16. A. ADLER AND INDIVIDUAL PSYCHOLOGY
    Alfred Adler (1870-1937) was the creator of a new direction in psychoanalysis, which was called "individual psychology." Apparently, the fact that A. Adler himself was seriously ill and persistently struggled with his many ailments played a major role in its creation. This determined the choice of profession. Having become a doctor, in 1895 he began private practice. Having tried a lot
  17. Individuality in the system of human qualities and acme
    Acmeology - a science that studies the phenomenology, patterns and mechanisms of human development at the stage of his maturity, when he reaches the highest level of this development; a science that studies the comprehension by man of the meaning of his existence, the achievement by a person of professionalism in activity, the productive manifestation in life of all the essential forces of an individual1. Accordingly, acme is understood
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