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


Individual Characteristics of Stress Resistance in the Context of Self-Actualization of Personality

The article covers the results of the empirical study performed on a sample of respondents who were temporarily unemployed. The purpose of the study presented in this article is to identify individual predictors of stress resistance and to determine its significance for self-actualization of a person. The methodological basis for the research was the theory of integral individuality by F. S. Merlin, B. A. Vyatkin, and the theory of selfactualization of personality. According to the theory by V. S.

An Individual and a Virtual Organization: Psychological Problems and Prospects of Scientific Research

The article deals with the analysis of psychological problems, which people of today face increasingly in a changing organizational world. Today, both organizations and work activities are undergoing dramatic changes that affect basic principles of the functioning and development of the organization and change the system of knowledge, skills and abilities that ensured work accomplishment in traditional organization.

Formation of Discriminatory Personal Attitudes in the Process of Socialization

Discriminatory attitudes are an important regulator of individual and group behavior that is expressed towards representatives of various groups in the modern society. The importance of overcoming discriminatory attitudes for innovative development of the society has been confirmed. The article presents results of theoretical analysis of the problem of discriminatory attitudes formation from the standpoint of individual socialization.

Strategies of Socio-Psychological Adaptation as Predictors of Subjective Well-Being of the Unemployed Person

The article presents the results of a theoretical study of parameters of socio-psychological adaptation as predictors of subjective well-being of the individual with different employment situations. It is shown that subjective well-being of a person is determined, in particular, by his/her desire for dominance in relationships, adequate integration of the individual in society, external control, comfortable emotional state, the desire to avoid solving problems and taking responsibility by escaping reality.

Hardiness as a Predictor of Self-Realization in Difficult Life Situations

The article presents the results of a study which conclusively prove a correlation between self-realization and the individual’s hardiness. It is shown that under certain conditions (in difficult life situations) hardiness as a property of the personality is a predictor of self-fulfillment of the subjects of activity. The article outlines modern trends in research of self-realization in the context of the system paradigm. It further identifies main individual and personal determinants of the manifestation of personal self-realization.

Personality Transformation in Cyberspace

It sets out details of the individual transformation phenomenon analysis in network space. Since the 1990s, there was a tendency on the network emergence of virtual personalities that have little to do with their creators in reality, marking the beginning of this complex process. Originating as a general source of information, the Internet originally had a tremendous educational potential, which is in a slightly modified form still exists today.

Interrelationships between Subjective Values of Events Occurred in the Childhood and Socio-Psychological Attitudes

The paper provides theoretical analysis of the problem of interrelationships between childhood experiences and socio-psychological attitudes of a person. It presents the results of the empirical study, carried out on a sample of people (from 18 to 30 years old), including students of institutions of higher education, software engineers, bank employees, teachers and representatives of other professions, using the following psycho-dynamical instruments: «Diagnostics of sociopsychological attitudes of a person in the motivational-need sphere» (O. F.

Personal Characteristics as Predictors of Subjective Well-Being of a Person with Diverse Employment Status

The paper shows the results of an empirical study of personal characteristics as predictors of subjective well-being of a person with diverse employment status carried out on a sample of temporarily unemployed people registered at the Engels employment center and unemployed (N=362, 19–63 years old, using following diagnostic tools: the scale of psychological well-being (K. Ryff in adaptation of L. V. Zhukovskaya and E. G. Troshikhina), the scale of life satisfaction (E. Diener in adaptation of D. A. Leontiev and E. N.

Professional Socialization of an Individual in the Process of Subject-Oriented Education

The paper presents the results of theoretical and methodological analysis of a problem of youth early socialization and the major role of professional community to provide socialization in contemporary environment. The authors support the idea of necessity to move towards cross-disciplinary and convergent education based on the implementation of the subject-oriented approach, referring to discussion of implementation of continuation of technological and competence-based approaches in education.

Adaptive Readiness of Secondary School Students

This article presents the results of theoretical and long-term empirical study of adaptive readiness of secondary school students. Students (N = 83) and class teachers (N = 3) participated in the longitudinal study. The use of the following complexes of psychological and pedagogical instruments allowed to study the dynamics of adaptive readiness of students with initially high and low levels: «Chart of monitoring students’ adaptiveness and effectiveness of their learning activities» by E. S. Eskina, T. L. Bolbot, «Intellectual abilities test for children» by K.