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

E-ISSN 2409-3297

Publication frequency – issued once a year.
Issued from 2014.

1 March 01, 2016


1. Izabela B. Kotova, Ruslan J. Huseynov
Comparative Characteristics of the Phenomenological Space of Professional and Human Life Projects

European Journal of Psychological Studies, 2016, Vol.(7), Is. 1, pp. 4-12.
DOI: 10.13187/ejps.2016.7.4CrossRef

Abstract:
The article presents the results of a theoretical study of the projects arrayed by a man throughout his life’s journey. It is given a meaningful description of professional and life projects as a basic human species of the projects of his life. It is concluded that the significant differences of professional and human life projects exist. At the same time between them it is approved the interference, which can be positive or negative. The author’s typology of professional and life projects of a person is proposed which can be used in the analysis of his project activities.

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2. Izabela B. Kotova, Galina V. Lozovaya
The Experience of Organizing of the Formation of the Productive Ideas about Health and Safety Among the Students of Pedagogical College

European Journal of Psychological Studies, 2016, Vol.(7), Is. 1, pp. 13-21.
DOI: 10.13187/ejps.2016.7.13CrossRef

Abstract:
The article presents the experience of work on the formation of ideas about safety. These representations are considered as a resource, the underlying security and self-sufficiency of the individual security. The basis of the article was a detailed description of the author's program, aimed at the formation of students of pedagogical college productive ideas about safety. A special feature of this program is the combination of actions by the concentration of educational material on health and safety in the disciplines of basic educational program, additional training courses on the psychology of health and safety and the organization of professional support student psychologist.

URL: http://ejournal12.com/journals_n/1456409927.pdf
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3. Irina V. Mantorova, Daria A. Djevathanova
Features of Safety Values of Students with Different Type of Time Perspective

European Journal of Psychological Studies, 2016, Vol.(7), Is. 1, pp. 22-28.
DOI: 10.13187/ejps.2016.7.22CrossRef

Abstract:
The paper studies the problems of psychological safety of the person. It is considered little developed until now regard to the issue of personal values and security features of the subject experiences with relationship to the past, present and future. The results of empirical study of values of students in the field of security, depending on their time perspectives, were represented. It has been found that different types of orientation at the time of combine with the priorities of different security values identity. Based upon the evidence the article demonstrates patterns of change in the priorities of safety values increase or decrease in the subjective orientation of students in the fatalistic present, and future. It is suggested that the revealed laws can be used in the formation of safe behavior.

URL: http://ejournal12.com/journals_n/1456409988.pdf
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4. Georg W. Oesterdiekhoff
Psychological Development, Violence, and the Pacification Trend in World History

European Journal of Psychological Studies, 2016, Vol.(7), Is. 1, pp. 29-45.
DOI: 10.13187/ejps.2016.7.29CrossRef

Abstract:
Norbert Elias and Steven Pinker maintain that human´s history manifests a pacification trend regarding both international and international relations. They describe a steady decline of violence and cruelty within families, villages, gender relations and child care on the one side and regarding sovereignties such as states and nations on the other side. Although institutional improvements are regarded as decisive to this pacification trend both authors earmark psychological transformations as even more crucial. Both authors describe that premodern humans are shaped by psychological structures that resemble to those of children, thus referring to the old tradition of comparing ontogeny and historical developments, widely spread in the pre-war era of social sciences. The article here describes that modern Piagetian cross-cultural psychology supports this view evidencing that premodern peoples do not develop the fourth stage of human development, the formal operations, to that depth and extent as modern humans do, due to the expansion of education and socialisation techniques in the past generations. This new theory, called structure-genetic theory programme, is able to explain the facts Elias and Pinker demonstrate in a surprising and convincing way. The conclusions that have to be drawn from these insights go far beyond the research of the history of violence and touch the foundations of man´s history on earth.

URL: http://ejournal12.com/journals_n/1456410045.pdf
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5. Elena V. Okorochkova
Psychological Characteristic of Personal Projections of Patriotism

European Journal of Psychological Studies, 2016, Vol.(7), Is. 1, pp. 46-54.
DOI: 10.13187/ejps.2016.7.46CrossRef

Abstract:
The paper patriotism is seen as a psychological category, characterized by a multiplicity of projections on the identity of the person. The analysis of personal projections on the needmotivational, behavioral, volitional and characterological features of the subject is done. When considering the projections on the value-semantic sphere of the subject of patriotism, psychological analysis of phenomena such as the patriotic views, meanings, beliefs, attitude, principles, evaluation, values and faith was given. The projection of patriotism on need-motivational sphere is presented by consideration patriotic subject. The consideration of the projection of patriotism was accompanied by the development of the author's interpretation of patriotic behavior and willingness to patriotic behavior. The identifying characteristics and the basic characteristics of patriotic behavior are established. The projection of patriotism on volitional subject was discussed on the basis of the implementation of their patriotic choice.

URL: http://ejournal12.com/journals_n/1456410098.pdf
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6. Olugbenro Solomon Olusegun, Lucas B. Ojo
Relationship of Teachers’ Personality and Peer Pressure on Adolescents’ Personality Development in Mainland Local Government Area, Lagos State, Nigeria

European Journal of Psychological Studies, 2016, Vol.(7), Is. 1, pp. 55-60.
DOI: 10.13187/ejps.2016.7.55CrossRef

Abstract:
The purpose of this study is to ascertain the relationship of teachers’ personality and peer pressure on adolescents’ personality development in Mainland Local Government of Lagos State, Nigeria. The research design for this study was survey. A representative fraction of the population of Mainland Local Government of Lagos State was used as sample. One hundred and fifty (150) teenagers whose age ranged from 11-19 from six randomly selected public and private secondary schools in Mainland Local Government Area of Lagos State were used. A four-point Likert type questionnaire was constructed for eliciting data for this study. Data were analysed using t- test. The study revealed that there is a significant relationship between peer pressure and adolescents’ personality development. It was recommended that teachers should be role models to students as they manipulate environmental factors to assist adolescents in their personality development.

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