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The tasks of psychological research of a military team

The main research tasks, the solution of which provides an understanding by the military psychologist of the socio-psychological processes occurring in a particular military team, can be formulated in the form of questions. Obtaining reliable answers to them is the goal of a comprehensive socio-psychological study. Conventionally, these tasks can be divided into several areas.

a) The tasks of the general parametric description of the team:

- What is the name of the military team? What is the functional purpose of the collective, its place in the military-organizational system among other groups, the time of creation?

- What are the qualitative-quantitative (compositional) parameters of the team? Here: the number of members, socio-demographic characteristics of the personnel: age, service, social, educational, ethnic characteristics, marital status, level of military-professional qualifications, including combat experience - based on personal files, individual conversations, level verification results military training.

b) the objectives of the study of collective activity:

- What activities (activities) does the military team carry out)?

- What is its organizational and staff structure (composition of official roles of team members), what are the functional responsibilities of the military personnel, what regulatory acts (documents) do they define? How are the military personnel subordinate to each other, what form does the "organigram" (schematic image) of the organizational staff structure have? (Based on the study of staffing, statutory functional duties, job descriptions).

- What military-professional tasks (goals of activity) does the group solve? What is their type (divisible or indivisible tasks, predominant load on the sensorimotor, intellectual, perceptive, etc. components), level of complexity (extremeness, monotony, technical complexity, physical load, degree of general nervous tension, loading of individual analyzers and motor organs in activity process)?

- What is the prevailing existing social, economic, moral and legal context (conditions, situation, background) of group activity? Which of the following factors and in what have an impact on performance?

- What are the sanitary-hygienic and living conditions of the daily life of the military?

- What is the resource and ergonomic security of the activity (means and ergonomic conditions of activity - the comfort of the environment, the convenience of “working positions”, etc., the state of armament and equipment)?

- What are the main sources of discomfort in the performance process?

- How is the process of activity carried out (involvement of military personnel in the process, the predominant nature and pace of actions - auto-tempo, forced pace, “torn” rhythm, etc.)?

- How is military-professional interaction organized between individual members of the group?

- What does the structure of business communications look like (the so-called
"communication networks" for professional communication)?

- How are servicemen assessed the levels of existing psychological compatibility (subjective satisfaction with interaction) and harmony (productivity of interaction) in the process of activity, how much does this correspond to objective criteria?

c) The objectives of the study of intra-group and inter-group relationships in the team, the features of the intra-group behavior of its individual members:

- What is the state of military discipline (a typical level of discipline - conscious, compelled, passive; typical forms of violations, etc.)?

- What is the content, level of coincidence (difference) of the dominant group needs, motives?

- What is the content of group goals and accepted values, how are they subordinate to each other?

- What type of interpersonal relationships (sympathy, antipathy, indifference, friendship, enmity, etc.) and interactions (cooperation, competition, confrontation, etc.) are manifested in activity and communication?

- How can the moral and psychological climate in the team be characterized as a whole (based on included and not included observation, the use of questionnaires and relationship scales)?

- What is the content and nature of the main conflicts in the team? Who is their initiator? What can lead to the collapse of the team?

- What is the sociometric structure of emotional interpersonal preferences in the team? What determines mutual elections and what is the content of existing role expectations - in relation to each other, leader, beginners? What is the dominant image-standard of personality, behavior of a leader, leader, newcomer?

- What group sanctions are used by team members? Who provides group social control, monitoring forms of communication and following traditions?

- What socio-psychological characteristics, personal qualities of military personnel are assessed as significant? How do the norms and traditions of relationships affect the assessment of each other's military personality?

- How do military leaders with different status and roles - deputies, "old-timers" and newcomers, leaders and outsiders characterize the leader?

- Who are the unofficial leaders, what is their focus, what intragroup social and psychological roles and by whom are they represented in the team?

- Does the role of the socio-psychological structure reflected in the structure of the functional role, i.e. How are intragroup, interpersonal roles related to activity roles (official and unofficial)?

- What is the dominant content of group emotional processes and states (moods, interpersonal sympathies) and how are they related to activity processes?

- What is the content and orientation of the prevailing group value judgments (group opinion)? Who is the "opinion leader"?
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The tasks of psychological research of a military team

  1. The tasks of psychological research of a military team
    The main research tasks, the solution of which provides an understanding by the military psychologist of the socio-psychological processes occurring in a particular military team, can be formulated in the form of questions. Obtaining reliable answers to them is the goal of a comprehensive socio-psychological study. Conventionally, these tasks can be divided into several areas. I.
  2. The main directions and tasks of the psychological research of the military team
    The main goal of the psychologist's work in military teams (units, outposts, guards, combat crews, crews) is to optimize the joint activities of military personnel, interpersonal relationships in a military team based on in-depth study of the moral and psychological state of individual military personnel and socio-psychological phenomena that arise in military teams .
  3. The main areas of psychological research of the military team
    In military teams (units, combat crews, crews, guards), a military psychologist solves the problems of research, correction and the formation of their socio-psychological characteristics. The main goal of his work is to optimize joint military activities, interpersonal relationships, as well as the moral and psychological state of individual soldiers. To understand the features
  4. The study of the psychological characteristics of the military team
    If the commander knows the features of the headed team, then he will easily be able to find the most effective management methods, he will be able to implement the decisions made with great success in any environment. To study the psychological characteristics of a military team, the unit commander, as a rule, uses methods of observation, questioning, analysis of group results
  5. Psychological features of the relationship in military groups
    The characteristics of the relationship in a military collective are determined by the specifics of the military activity of the collective and the individual psychological characteristics of the military personnel that comprise it. These, first of all, include the leading role of formal service relations in comparison with informal ones. In the labor collective, a subordinate, in case of a significant discrepancy between his official and unofficial
  6. Course work. Socio-psychological relations in military groups, 2011
    Discipline: Psychology of groups and leadership. Basic socio-psychological concepts of the group. Leadership in primary military groups. The main directions and tasks of the psychological research of the military team. Questionnaire as a method of studying the socio-psychological processes in military groups. Applications: Diagnosis of individual psychological characteristics (Test "Non-existent
  7. Components of the socio-psychological structure of a military collective
    The socio-psychological description of the military collective is the compilation of a detailed (oral or written) description of its main components on the basis of the study. The psychologist studies the following main components of the socio-psychological structure of the team: 1. Composition (quantitatively-qualitative composition). 2. The dynamics of group activities:
  8. The socio-psychological structure of the military collective
    The structure of the psychology of the team is very complex and diverse. Moreover, each structural element can have its own characteristics, for example, a collective opinion can be single or diverse, relations in a team can be principled or unprincipled, friendly or tense; collective moods - tonic or reducing the activity of people, etc. Therefore, modern
  9. Psychological methods of studying a military team
    Military regulations require commanders and commanders to constantly study the moral and psychological climate and take measures to optimize it. First of all, we will consider what methods are possible to study the moral and psychological climate. The first (and main) method is observation. But observation as a method of scientific research is different from observation in the everyday, ordinary sense of the word. Before
  10. Components of the socio-psychological structure of a military collective
    The socio-psychological description of a military collective is the compilation of a detailed (oral or written) description of the main components of its structure based on research. The psychologist studies the following main components of the socio-psychological structure of the team: 1. Composition (quantitatively-qualitative composition). 2. The dynamics of group life (group
  11. The main psychological signs of the formation of a military team
    To determine the level of formation of the team of a unit at a particular moment in time, the relevant criteria are used, which are based on specially identified signs. In domestic military psychology, they include: community of professional activity; mediation of interpersonal relations with the goals, values ​​and content of professional activity; unity and
  12. Socio-psychological factors of the effectiveness of the joint activity of a military team
    Joint military activity, the collective subject of which is a unit (crew, crew, guard personnel, etc.), is a group activity system that combines the individual activities of military personnel and is regulated by group socio-psychological processes (states, formations). For a military psychologist, the practice of understanding psychology and
  13. The tasks of psychological work in the military unit
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  14. Means of psychological study of military personnel and military personnel
    To accomplish the task of psychological study of personnel, a psychologist must possess a variety of psychodiagnostic methods, the reasonable combination and application of which ensures the obtaining of objective information about military personnel. The main methods used by the psychologist are: • analysis of documents (biographical method); • survey (conversation, questionnaire); • observation and
  15. Means of psychological study of military personnel and military personnel
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  16. The main tasks of psychological work in the military unit
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