DEPTH COGNITION OF PSYCHE BY MEANS OF VISUALIZED REPRESENTATION OF SUBJECT

Yatsenko Tamara Semenivna Яценко Тамара Семенівна, Glushko Lybov Yaroslavivna Галушко Любов Ярославівна, Bila Olena Anatoliivna Біла Олена Анатоліївна, Sidenko Yuliya Oleksandrivna Сіденко Юлія Олександрівна

Abstract


The article confirms the necessity of making use of visualized representation of Active Social and Psychological Cognition group members to favour the depth cognition of their psyche. It is accentuated that unconscions simultanuously curtained contents are implicitly typical of materialized representants. This fact requires emotive reviving of representant within dialogic interactoin with respondent long-term experience of conducting Active Social and Psychological Cognition groups on the background of procedural diagnostic specifies focusing on semantic aspects of empiric material aimed at revealing ‘information equivalents’. The transcendentnis of information equivalents provides the independence of depth cognition from the peculiarities of metaforic simbolizing of psyche into visualized subjected forms. The transition of the information of the initial object of cognition (unconcious) can be exercised by means of various forms of codifying (e. g. verbal, non-verbal) under the condition of preserving the diversity of their information equivalents.

The comparative analysis of psycodynamic approach is carried out. It concerns studying psyche in its integrity involuing different methods like symbol-drama, art therapy, progective methods and drawing under the influence of psychodelics used by the participants.

This scientifically proved that the subjects’ conception of the own of the problem is comparable with realizing his/her stabilized inner conflict its solution requiring psycologist’s professional skills. The psychodynamic theory clears the ways of training skilled specialists, psycologists-trainees in particular.

Keywords: conscious, unconscious, psycological protection, representant, information equivalent, archetype.

Accepted: 03.01.2017

Reviewed: 03.12.2017

Published: 03.24.2017

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

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