MODELING OF AGE CRISIS DEVELOPMENT

Polishchuk Valeriy Nikolaevich Поліщук Валерій Миколайович

Abstract


The psychological personality traits based on their comparison with specific narrow age range is updated to ascertain. In this regard, in theline with the concept of symptom experiences was branched age crises made the theoretical and empirical study of these age periods in the system adolescence and adolescence: normative (objective or regular) and non-normative (subjective or random) as main types of life crises. It is argued that the development of the age required to model-based cyclic relationship stable (lytic) periods of transition or crisis (and - vice versa), which recently played a leading predictive role. As a result, it was developed a psychological meaning of basic structural unit age crisis - experiences as a series of relative dynamic universal symptoms (symptom) that are at different age stages and potentially mutually replace or mutually change. The peculiarities of the basic psychological symptoms and prevention of normative and non-normative crises were determined. For example, adolescents advertised own methods of studying youth crisis (separately for both sexes). Empirical discovery of the crisis 23 years or crisis entering adulthood, with its gender content are also declared. It is assumed that the frequency of regulatory management determines the potential for legitimate interchange of "big" crisis to "small" and - on the contrary, where there is a total 10-year calendar cycle and stable hierarchical relationship.

Key words: basic symptoms complex, age typical crisis, age peculiar crisis, becoming an adult crisis, experiencing.

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

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