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«European Journal of Psychological Studies» – international scientific Journal.

ISSN 2312-0363. E-ISSN 2409-3297

Publication frequency – 2 times a year.
Issued from 2014.

Number 1. (in 1 part) September 07, 2014


1. Garnik V. Akopov
Contemplation as the Research Subject in Psychology

European Journal of Psychological Studies, 2014, Vol.(3), № 3, pp. 80-84
DOI: 10.13187/ejps.2014.3.80CrossRef

Abstract:
Social and historical processes in modern Russia determines the high relevance of the scientific and methodical study of the phenomena of contemplation (global – dynamic and social – personal balance (imbalance)). Concept of "contemplation" is studied in the system of modern psychology categories. Actualization of problems in contemplation complements the new scientific understanding of the well-known opposition “conscious-unconscious”. Contemplation as a term of Philosophy can be compared to a relevant psychic phenomena which potentially can be a process, condition or properties of a subject (individual, personality, individuality). Further comparison of psychological (intentional) contemplation notion with the basic mental processes (attention, memory, perception, sensation, affect, thought, imagination, action, etc.), mental health (including special) states and the properties of the individual personality, individuality. Contemplation as the mental phenomenon considerably supplements the phenomenon of activity and expands the range of individual and psychological characteristics of personality. Comparing contemplation to the phenomena of the altered state of consciousness: meditation conditions, mystical conditions and other.

URL: http://ejournal12.com/journals_n/1410094406.pdf
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2. T. A. Omomia, O. Austin Omomia, C. U Chimezie, Gbenusola Akinwale
Perceived Impact of Stress on the Academic Achievement of Biology Students in Education District IV, Lagos State. Nigeria

European Journal of Psychological Studies, 2014, Vol.(3), № 3, pp. 85-92
DOI: 10.13187/ejps.2014.3.85CrossRef

Abstract:
A student under stress can become tired, sick and unable to concentrate or think clearly. This study examined the perceived impact of stress on the academic achievements of Biology students in Education District IV of Lagos state. The research design used is the descriptive survey design method. One hundred Biology students were randomly selected using ballot method from four schools in education District IV. Four research questions guided the study. The research instrument used for collecting data is the Stress Assessment Scale for students (SASS). Simple mean method was used to analyze data collected. Some of the findings are that students experience stress most at the end of the term and that students perceive stress as having negative impact on academic achievement. It was recommended that teachers should pace their work adequately in order not to rush students at the end of the term. Also students should be taught stress management skills.

URL: http://ejournal12.com/journals_n/1410094495.pdf
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3. Sergey F. Sergeev
Humans within the Framework of Technobiotic Evolution

European Journal of Psychological Studies, 2014, Vol.(3), № 3, pp. 93-101
DOI: 10.13187/ejps.2014.3.93CrossRef

Abstract:
The article deals with the coevolution of technogenic environment, man and human society. We explain the new informational technologies impact on individuals, on society and show new technobiotics era of human civilization evolution.

URL: http://ejournal12.com/journals_n/1410094550.pdf
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4. Victor A. Svetlov
The Drama Theory: Formalization and Development Prospects

European Journal of Psychological Studies, 2014, Vol.(3), № 3, pp. 102-109
DOI: 10.13187/ejps.2014.3.102CrossRef

Abstract:
The Drama Theory is an important branch of game theory invented by an English mathematician Nigel Howard (1934–2004). The study was done to find a rational conflict resolution strategy in the early 90s of the last century. Unfortunately, N. Howard didn't manage to finish his work; the theoretical part of his Drama Theory requires further logical-mathematical modernization and development. The article is the first step in this direction, which features the logical structure of Drama Theory and new theorems have reapproved its basic theorems.

URL: http://ejournal12.com/journals_n/1410094600.pdf
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5. Feliks P. Tarasenko
Seven Paradoxes of Voting Systems: Pitfalls in Collective Decision Making

European Journal of Psychological Studies, 2014, Vol.(3), № 3, pp. 110-116
DOI: 10.13187/ejps.2014.3.110CrossRef

Abstract:
Some peculiarities of a group decision making are discussed. Certain undesirable but unavoidable features are inherent to all voting procedures, i. e. to the elections.

URL: http://ejournal12.com/journals_n/1410094671.pdf
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