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Stage 1. Theoretical analysis of a work of art

This stage of the lesson is devoted to the consideration of the problem of cognition of a person’s personality by artistic means. In the course of their work, students will have to master the skills of analyzing and interpreting works of art as a method of psychological cognition of a person, as well as techniques that allow him to compose a psychological characteristic of his character’s personality.

The lesson begins with the analysis of G. Allport's article “Personality: Is it a Problem of Science or Art?” (Appendix 1).

After reading the article, students need to answer the following questions.

1. The definition of personality proposed by G. Allport.

2. Characteristics of literary and psychological approaches to the study of personality. Where does Mr. Allport see the principles of each of the approaches?

3. Lessons (benefits) that psychology should draw from the literature.

4. What are the advantages of psychology in comparison with literature?

For ease of learning, students can submit answers in the form of a table. one.



Table 1

. Features of fiction and psychology in the knowledge of the person

(according to G.
Allport)

Additional tasks

To this stage, students with the purpose of comparing different approaches to the use of fiction by psychological science as a home task independently carry out the following tasks:

1. To analyze the work of C. G. Jung "On the relationship of analytical psychology to works of fiction" [7]. To make a message on the topic "Psychoanalysis of a work of art."

2. Read chapter 1 of the workbook. E. Yu. Korzhova “Guide to life orientations: the Person and her life path in fiction” [10, p. 35–38] and determine the correspondence between the scale of the work of art, the plot and the set psychological task. We give a sample to fill the table. 2



Table 2.

Compliance with the objectives of the psychological study of the product of its scope and plot

(by E. Yu. Korzhova)

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