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The main stages in the development of psychology as a science

Source: Zhdan A.N. The history of psychology from antiquity to modernity: Textbook for universities. - 4th rev., M.-Yekaterinburg, 2002, pp. 13-17.
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The main stages in the development of psychology as a science

  1. Stages of development of acmeology as a science
    A person's awareness of his place in the world forms his worldview. “From the very beginning of the cultural development of mankind, ideas about the development of man developed, the idea was put forward that in the development of the individual there is a certain top, a high degree of perfection” [5, p. 9], it should be noted, experts write that “the concept of human acme - not fiction. Acmeology permeates the whole
  2. Characteristics of developmental psychology, developmental psychology as a science
    Age psychology is a branch of psychological science that studies the facts and patterns of human development, the age dynamics of its psyche. The object of study of developmental psychology is a normal, healthy person developing and changing in ontogenesis. Development Psychology highlights age-related changes in people's behavior and seeks to explain these changes, to reveal patterns
  3. “Crises of disappointment” and the main stages of development of a professional psychologist
    Contrary to ordinary ideas, psychologists treat crises not only with “understanding”, but also with “respect”. The well-known statement of L. S. Vygotsky that “if there were no crises, they should have been invented on purpose, otherwise the development of the personality of a child cannot be explained in any way”, refers not only to age psychology, but also to psychologists of becoming a professional. At the same time, crises
  4. The state and prospects of the development of military psychology as a science and the ways of introducing its achievements into military practice
    Training issues: 1. Reasons for the increasing role of military psychology and its condition. 2. Prospects for the development of military psychology and ways of introducing its achievements into military practice. The reasons for the increasing role of military psychology and its condition. The state of military psychologists is a reflection of the development of science at the time of its analysis and evaluation. It is evaluated by three indicators: availability
  5. STATE AND PROSPECTS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF MILITARY PSYCHOLOGY AS A SCIENCE AND WAYS OF IMPLEMENTING ITS ACHIEVEMENTS IN MILITARY PRACTICE
    STATE AND PROSPECTS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF MILITARY PSYCHOLOGY AS A SCIENCE AND WAYS OF IMPLEMENTING ITS ACHIEVEMENTS IN THE MILITARY
  6. Features of psychology as a science. Correlation of everyday and scientific psychology.
    There are two different areas of psychological knowledge - scientific and everyday, everyday psychology. If scientific psychology arose relatively recently, then everyday psychological knowledge has always been included in various types of human practice. The fundamental condition for the existence of man is a certain conscious representation of the world around him and his place in it. The study
  7. Observation and experiment as the main research methods in developmental psychology
    The main research methods of developmental psychology and developmental psychology are methods of collecting facts, ascertaining trends, and the dynamics of mental development that unfolds over time. At the initial stage of the development of child psychology (in the second half of the XIX - beginning of the X X centuries), it was primarily a method of observation. Researchers (including biologists and psychologists T. Tideman, I. Ten,
  8. Prerequisites for the formation of developmental psychology and developmental psychology into an independent area of ​​psychological science
    The design of developmental psychology (child or developmental psychology) as an independent branch of scientific knowledge dates back to the second half of the 19th century. Two directions were united, until that time developing in parallel and independent of each other. These are studies of child development that have been associated with science and medicine, as well as ethnographic studies of childhood and language, mainly
  9. The formation of psychology as a separate science
    Mental phenomena, as already noted, have long attracted the attention of scientists and thinkers, but only at the end of the 19th century did psychology become an independent science. In 1879, the German psychologist Wilhelm Wundt (1832–1920) founded the world's first laboratory of experimental psychology at the University of Leipzig. After 6 years, in 1885, the outstanding Russian scientist Vladimir Mikhailovich Bekhterev
  10. The criteria of psychology as a science
    • Science is the sphere of human activity, the main function of which is the generation of knowledge about the world, its systematization, building on their basis the image of the world (scientific picture of the world) and ways of interacting with it (science-based practice). • The object of science - that side of reality, the study of which this science is aimed at. • The subject of science - which parties represented in science studied
  11. Military psychology as a branch of psychological science
    Training issues: 1. The subject of military psychology 2. The basic principles, methods and tasks of military psychology Everyday tasks performed by military specialists (leaders, teachers, military psychologists, etc.) require them to understand the laws of manifestation and formation of the psychology of the personality of a serviceman and military collectives in conditions of various types of military
  12. From the history of the formation of psychology as a science
    The concept of "psychology", as sources most often indicate, first appears in 1590 in the writings of the German theologian Hocklenius; it was first introduced into the scientific language in the 30s of the 18th century by the German scientist Christian Wolf (1679-1754), the author of the books “Rational Psychology” and “Empirical Psychology”. This, of course, did not mean that thoughts about the soul, and even more so, ideas about it arose only with
  13. Isolation of developmental psychology and developmental psychology into an independent field of psychological science
    Isolation of developmental psychology and developmental psychology into an independent area of ​​psychological
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