ANALYSIS OF NAIVELY-WORLDLY PRESENTATIONS OF FUTURE PSYCHOLOGISTS ABOUT SCIENTIFICALLY-PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCHES

Chernobrovkina Vera Andreevna Чернобровкина Вера Андреевна, Chernobrovkin Vladimir Nikolaevich Чернобровкин Владимир Николаевич

Abstract


The article presents analysis of naively-worldly presentations of future psychologists about scientifically-psychological researches in the context of professional ethic principles regulating this sphere of psychologist activity. Some prevailing for future psychologists (students of first years) ordinary presentations, illusions in the experience of research activity within the framework of educational process in institution of higher learning, are set forth and exposed. An idea is grounded, that the process of transformation of worldly presentations of future psychologists about scientific psychological researches takes place as motion from setting on prevailing of psychologist above a respondent, the "monopoly" on an estimation and mistrust to the respondent - to respect, orientation on importance of the subjective information got from an examinee, to interest in his semantic reality, importance of account of his motivation of participating in research.

Keywords: scientifically-psychological research, ethics of scientifically-psychological research, relations "researcher - an examinee", motivation of participation an examinee in research, informed (well-informed) consent.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.31108/

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