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STATISTICAL BASES OF EXPERT SYSTEMS IN PSYCHOLOGY, BUILT ON THE EFFECT OF CUMMULATIVE FACTOR REASONS

Modern tests work well in the diagnosis of individual psychological characteristics of a person, however, they are not so effective when it comes to diagnosing a person’s professional suitability, and psycho-predicting their success in one or another type of activity. These shortcomings of many modern tests experienced acmeology. All this forces not only to take the achievements of modern testology, but to carry out similar studies within the framework of acmeology, focusing on the diagnosis of “acme” personality in certain types of professional activities.
This problem is extremely complex and its solution requires both the support of the achievements of modern testology and the achievements in the field of creating expert systems and a number of other areas of modern science. With the accumulation of experimental data, the conceptual insufficiency of some purely psychological, testological approaches to the study of personality and its professional activity became apparent. Because of this, the appearance of the concept of factor-cumulative causes in testology is logical and natural.
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STATISTICAL BASES OF EXPERT SYSTEMS IN PSYCHOLOGY, BUILT ON THE EFFECT OF CUMMULATIVE FACTOR REASONS

  1. BIOGRAPHIC METHODS BUILT ON THE EFFECT OF FACTORY REASONS
    Currently, the biographical method of research is experiencing a new phase of its rise. At the same time, there are, as it were, two tendencies of its effective development: in line with the concept of factor and in line with the concept of cumulative causes. The concept of factor factors is psychologically closer to humans, as it corresponds to the fundamental features of our thinking. However, the most prognostic
  2. METHODOLOGICAL BASES OF ANALYSIS OF THE EFFECT OF FACTOR REASONS IN PSYCHODIAGNOSIS
    The statistical foundations of classical testology, often associated with the concept of factor causes. Implicitly, the essence of this concept is as follows. Various factors influence internal and external activities. Internal factors are mainly personal and intellectual qualities of a person, its physiological and biological characteristics. Therefore for
  3. METHODOLOGICAL BASES OF ANALYSIS OF THE EFFECT OF CUMMULATIVE CAUSES IN PSYCHODIAGNOSIS ON THE EXAMPLE OF DIAGNOSTICS OF A PROFESSIONAL PERSPECTIVITY OF A PERSON
    In the framework of the concept of factor factors, we considered the possibility of increasing the validity of the forecast for a particular professional activity by summing (more widely and more accurately - using) psycho-prognostic indices for each studied factor (scale). Further studies have shown that the accuracy of the forecast can be improved if psycho-predictive
  4. BIOGRAPHIC METHOD IN ACMEOLOGICAL SYSTEMS "COMPRESSING" INFORMATION ABOUT PERSONALITY ON THE EFFECT OF CUMMULATIVE REASONS
    In the process of psychological, acmeological research, in principle, two conflicting tasks are solved: the compression of information about the person (for example, in a selection situation) and the "unfolding" of information about the person to an acceptable level (for example, in order to choose the best ways of psychocorrection). And for both of these tasks more and more often in foreign and domestic psychology
  5. INCREASING THE ACCURACY OF PSYCHODIAGNOSTICS WITHIN THE CONCEPT OF CUMMULATIVE-FACTOR CAUSES
    The concept of factor causes was implicitly present and is present now in many psychological teachings, views, theories. This is understandable. Once upon a time, human consciousness was honed with the help of the simplest tools of labor - stone, sticks, hoes, etc. All these tools, all human activities related to the progress of his brain, were simple in their
  6. PERSPECTIVE ACMEOLOGICAL CONCEPTS: SITUATIVE-PERSONAL-ACTIVITY CONCEPT AND CONCEPT OF CUMMULATIVE FACTOR CAUSES
    The construction of acmeological testing systems, personality studies is based on a number of theoretical principles and concepts. The most important of these is the concept of cumulative factor factors and the situational-personal-activity concept. The connection between them is the closest. The concept of cumulative factor factors is based on the fact that determinism in psychology is based on cumulation
  7. MATHEMATICAL BASES FOR FORECASTING TENDENCIES OF PERSONAL QUALITY DEVELOPMENT USING COMPOSITION DISTRIBUTION TABLES (analysis of personality development trends based on the concept of cumulative reasons)
    Prediction of personality development is probabilistic. this can be widely applied probability theory, mathematical statistics. Let us analyze from this point of view the obtained distribution tables & / diligence, hard work of employees /. These are distribution tables that contain random values ​​X1, X2, X3, X4, X5. Each of the quantities Xi takes
  8. STATISTICAL BASES OF CLASSICAL TESTING
    Currently, we can talk about the statistical foundations of classical testing and testing using new information technologies, in particular expert systems. Conventionally, we call this acmeological testing. The methodological, theoretical and methodological basis of such testing is based on the concept of factor-cumulative causes. This chapter outlines
  9. Psychological foundations of building a system of rehabilitation and rehabilitation in the Armed Forces
    The system of rehabilitation and re-adaptation in the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation is based on two main approaches: 1. In the first case, rehabilitation and re-adaptation is understood as restoring the target psychological resource of the military personnel. “The target psychological resource is understood as the totality of the available psychological capabilities of a soldier in the circumstances of social
  10. COMPARATIVE EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS OF THE PERSONALITY OF THE BEST AND "WORLD" REAL ESTATE TRADING MANAGER WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE CONCEPT OF FACTORY REASONS
    Let us cite the results obtained sequentially using the Cattell test and MMPI as an example. The Cattell test consists of 16 main scales. Each scale has its own designation and interpretation. A full interpretation of the contrast values ​​of the scales is presented in the corresponding appendix. A shorter interpretation of the scales is as follows: {foto72} The foregoing allows a more reasonable presentation
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