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


Involvement of adolescents in the search for behavioural patterns for harmonious interaction with the surrounding world as a factor of an individual’s spiritual development

The research is relevant due to the solution of the scientifi c and pedagogical problem which is connected with the study of spirituality and the development of an adolescent’s behaviour on its basis. The problem is solved by involving teenagers in mastering behavioural patterns. The article substantiates the conception the study. It consists in understanding the mechanisms of the higher laws of being.

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).

Особенности воспитания нравственного поведения детей 5–7 лет в условиях экранной культуры

The article introduces theoretical foundations of the process of morality development in children of senior pre-school age. It proposes the definition and content of the term «morality», describes the major differences between activity and behavior. It was found out that behavior of a modern child is influenced by screen culture, i.e. cartoons. The article describes the essence of cartoon’s influence within the context of morality development in children aged 5–7.

Use of Clinical Interview for the Yakut Mentality Studies

The paper presents rationale for the choice of research method, taking into account not only the subject of the research, but also characteristics of the object of the research. Based on the features of the mentality of the Sakha people, which are referred to the «silence culture», we propose the method of semi-structured clinical interviews and interpretation of results using microsemantic analysis. It is suggested that the clinical interview will clarify specific cultural psychological constructs.