Educational Acmeology. Developmental Psychology
ISSN 2304-9790 (Print)
ISSN 2541-9013 (Online)


Moral Orientation and Subjective Well-Being of Young People from Different Ethnic Groups

The paper presents the results of a theoretical and empirical study of moral orientations and subjective well-being, conducted on a sample of young Russians and Armenians using the following psychodiagnostic tools: the scale of subjective well-being (M. V. Sokolova); the technique for measuring the level of social frustratedness (L. I. Vasserman); the technique for diagnosing moral orientations (I. S. Slavinskaya, A. D. Nasledov, M. Y. Dvoretskaya).

Adaptive Readiness of Elementary and High School Students According to the Evaluation of Educational Process Participants

The paper presents the results of a theoretical and empirical study of adaptive readiness of elementary and high school students. The longitudinal study included students (N = 94) and class teachers (N = 3). The use of a combination of psycho-pedagogical techniques, a questionnaire designed by the author to study adaptive readiness based on five criteria, and the chart of monitoring students’ adaptiveness and effectiveness of their learning activities (designed by E. S. Eskina, T. L.

Socio-Cultural Matrix of Personality Development

The author uses her original approach to treat the role of personal representations of «Self – Other» in the development, formation, and self-determination of a person, which are constructed at different levels of the subject’s interaction (culture, society, personality). The paper suggests that it is culture and society that create conditions necessary for the development of personality by designing a kind of a socio-cultural matrix, but that it is a person that chooses meaningful reasons and value orientation for the trajectory of his/her spiritual and moral developme

Individual and Psychological Features of Tendency to the Stress of Men and Women

In this article stated the results of the empirical research devoted to studying of interrelation between tendency to a stress and individual and psychological features of the personality. The empirical base of research made 60 people, of them 30 men and 30 women aged from 25 till 35 years. Individual and psychological features were studied by means of R. B. Kettell’s questionnaire, tendency to a stess was investigated with use of the adapted J. Dzhenkinson’s technique.

A Person’s Socialization in the Light of the Concepts of Three Anthropological Dominants (Research Question Outline)

A multidisciplinary analysis of a person’s socialization has been performed based on the theory of three modes of oral tradition epic, lyric poetry, and drama. The paper proposes an idea that a person’s socialization can be viewed as sequential inclusion of epic, lyric, and dramatic components of the exploration of social space.

Adaptation Readiness of First Graders in Estimates of Participants of Educational Process

The article suggests the data of theoretical and empirical research of the problems of sportsmen resistance to factor-influence caused by the influence of society he/she is directly interacting in the course of his/her activity. Traditionally the members of this society are coaches, team-mates, competitors, and specialists of the present area: all these people are the carriers of social opinion on the level of sportsman readiness and his competitive opportunities.

Social Perseptions of Stress in Different Age Groups

We present a study of social perceptions of stress. The empirical base of the study was 80 people. Social perseptions of stress have been studied with the help of author questionnaires, the main method of study was content analysis. The study found out that the understanding and preception of stress is ambivalent. Priority social perceptions of stress are such categories as 'experiences' and 'emotional excitement'.

The Problem of the Crisis Mature Age

In this article will be described theoretical approaches of mature age crises. The results showed that standard age crises are essential planned stages of mature human development, stipulated continu­ity developmental processes, self-actualization and self-identity of the person. The results of the empiric study were shown. The research was conducted among men and women of mature age (n = 446, 35– 45 years). As the diagnostic method was used the method «Symptoms of planned crisis» by N. V. Sivrikova to identify crisis phenomenon.

Modern Research Trends in the Sphere of Ethno-Psychology of Subjective Well-Being

The article presents generalized analysis data of the subjective wellbeing research factual material, which was carried out from the perspective of ethno-psychology and testifys to a variety of forms, factors, and determinants of subjective well-being and reflect ethno-cultural peculiarity of interaction between human being and the society under conditions of globalization. The article states the main tendencies in the emergence and development of ethno-psychology of subjective wellbeing.

Levels and Criteria of Individuality Evolution

The article presents data regarding theoretical analysis of implementation of the two major approaches to the term «individuality», which were adopted by Soviet and post-Soviet ideology. The author developed level-based structure of the theoretical model - «Personoriented concept of happiness», which allows to incorporate both versions, where the first version is hierarchically subordinate to the second version.