EMPATHICITY OF THE EMOTIONAL MANIFESTATIONS OF INTERPERSONAL INTERACTION OF PERSONS IN YOUNG AGE

Shistko Lyudmyla Oleksandrivna Шістко Людмила Олександрівна, Prokopovych Yevhen Myxajlovych Прокопович Євген Михайлович, Primachenko Serhij Oleksijovych Примаченко Сергій Олексійович

Abstract


The article presents the results of theoretical and empirical study of empathic determination of emotional aspect of interpersonal interaction in adolescence. Age and gender characteristics of their relationship have been identified and described. Analysis of studies has shown that depending on the level of development of the empathy of the individual (that is, as the mechanisms that ensure the functioning of the empathic process complicate), the level of emotional intensity of the subject of interaction is directly proportional. Therefore, we can talk about the increase or decrease in the level of emotional involvement of the subject in one or another interpersonal interaction. In addition, we can assume that the conjunctive (converging) or disjunctive (distant) experiences of the person are able to amplify or weaken their empathic experiences, which will directly affect the qualitative indicators of emotional manifestations of subjects of interpersonal interaction and emotionality (depth) experiences). Thus, the hypothesis of the study was the assumption that empathy in the emotional component of interpersonal interaction is represented as a condition of adequate emotional response of the subjects, the determinant of their emotional participation in the interaction, as well as the mechanism of variability of emotional interactions. The following tasks were solved: theoretical substantiation of empathic determination of interpersonal interaction; determining the level of empathy in adolescence; research of emotional manifestations of interpersonal interaction of modern youth; finding out the peculiarities of the relationships and differences between the above phenomena.

Keywords: adequate emotional response, empathy, emotional involvement, emotional modality, interpersonal interaction.

Accepted: 30.11.2019

Reviewed: 12.12.2019

Published: 19.12.2019

DOI: http://doi.org/10.31108/3.2019.3.4.11

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