Psychology of Social Development

Types of Adaptive Personality Readiness in the School Learning Environment

The article presents the results of an empirical study of high school students’ adaptive readiness. The issue of adaptive personality readiness is important today and it is driven by the necessity of students’ readiness development to adaptation and incompetence of psychological knowledge about typological characteristics of adaptive readiness. The article carries out the analysis of the problems of adaptive personality readiness development in contemporary psychology.

The Value-Based Personality Structure of Compatriots in the Context of Their Return to their Historical Homeland

The relevance of the research is driven by the importance of studying the value-based personality structure in the context of their adaptation to a new ethno and socio-cultural environment. The goal of the research is to study the value hierarchy of migrants who have received the status of a participant in the State program to assist the voluntary resettlement of compatriots living abroad to the Russian Federation. The theoretical basis for the study is Schwartz’ refined theory of basic personal values.

Characteristics of Moral Elite and Modern Ideas about a Decent Person

The article presents the result of the empirical study of the implicit concepts of a moral (“decent”) person, which was carried out on various samples of respondents: students from different regions of Russia (Moscow, Krasnoyarsk, Khabarovsk) and successful people, who can be attributed to the scientific and artistic elite of the country (this group included leaders of scientific and creative collectives, doctors, economists, scientists, artists, musicians).

Dynamics of Reflective Personality Characteristics in the Structure of Professional Burnout

The article presents the available in the scientific literature approaches to the analysis of the phenomenon of professional burnout and descriptions of factors, symptoms and determinants. The results of a comparative study of the reflexive characteristics of the employees of the boarding home are presented, depending on the level of their emotional burnout (n = 55, 38–52 years, work experience from 4 to 22 years). The following questionnaires were used in the study: “Diagnosis of emotional burnout of an individual» by V. V. Boyko; «Diagnosis of professional burnout» by K. Maslach, S.

Intergenerational Transmission of «Reliable Attachment» as a Resource of Psychological Well-Being

The article presents the results of a study on the nature of the direction of intergenerational transmission of psychological well-being. The psychological well-being of a person’s mother is considered as the main determinant of his/her psychological well-being. The relevancy of the study of intergenerational relations in social and psychological conditions of a society of a postmodern and post-postmodernity is grounded.

Self-Esteem and Self-Concept as Factors of Interpersonal Relations among Teenagers

The article presents the results of a study conducted in order to study personality factors that determine characteristics of interpersonal relations of teenagers, whose formation is the most important task of their age development. It is shown that the process of formation of selfesteem and self-concept of teenagers occurs in the context of their socio-psychological development and is determined by the system of interpersonal relations. The results of the empirical study performed on a sample of teenagesr aged 12–14 (n = 85) are presented.

Socio-Cultural Integration of the Figurative Sphere and Commitment of Russian and Foreign University Students to Their Country

The purpose of this article was to study of correlation of severity of the commitment of the home country, socio-cultural integration of the sphere and adaptive personality traits of Russian and foreign University students. Tested the hypothesis about the existence of a relationship between the level of sociocultural integration sphere, the commitment to the country, and personality of actors involved in socio-psychological adaptation.

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.

Characteristics of Decision-Making of People with Independent and Dependent Type of Subjective Regulation (Gender Differences)

The article presents the results of the study on the characteristics of decision-making by young men and women with independent and dependent types of subjective regulation. It is shown that along with the widely discussed factors influencing the decision-making such as situation and personal characteristics, another factor has a significant influence, although it is practically not described in psychological literature. It is about how the subject will implement the alternative chosen by him/ her.

Determiners of Mental Capacity Annual Cycle

The article demonstrates the results of a 34-year longitudinal study on the monitoring of intellectual workers mental capacity (MC). The author compares the non-repeatability of MC dynamics in different timing cycles and repeatability of the types of dynamics with similarity of the “external” and “internal” conditions of an individual.