Socionica

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Carolus Jung, anno ignoto.
Antonius Kępiński (1918–1972).
Aušra Augustinavičiūtė (1927–2005), anno 1964.

Socionica in psychologia et sociologia est theoria informationis producendae et typorum personalitatis, per exemplar psychae (exemplar A appellatum) et exemplar congruentiae interpersonalis distincta. Quae theoria opus Caroli Jung de Typis Psychologicis et theoriam metabolismi informationis Antonii Kępiński coniungit. Socionica, variatio theoriae typorum personalitatum Jungianae, octo potentiis, contra exemplar Jungianum, quod solum quattuor potentiis, utitur. Quae potentiae informationem variis facultatis gradibus in uno homine producere et cum potentia congruente in aliis hominibus agere habentur, affectus animique motus gignens qui praedici possunt—quod reapse theoria coniunctionum inter typos est.[1][2]

Socionica annis 1970 et 1980 excolebatur, plerumque ab Aušra Augustinavičiūtė, investigatore Lithuaniana, oeconomo, sociologo, psychologo, decanoque facultatis scientiae familiaris in instituto paedagogico Vilnensi.[3] Nomen socionica a vocabulo societate derivatur quia Augustinavičiūtė credebat cuique typo personalitatis est propositum sociale, quod a socionica describi explicarique potest.[4][5][6]

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Аугустинавичюте А. (1996), "Социон, или Основы соционики." Соционика, ментология и психология личности 4-5..
  2. Fink G.; Mayrhofer W. (2009). "Cross-cultural competence and management - setting the stage". European J. Cross-Cultural Competence and Management 1 (1) .
  3. "Socionics: Personality Types and Relationships" 
  4. Седых Р. (1994). Информационный психоанализ. Соционика как метапсихология. НПП Менатеп-Траст. ISBN 5-900449-02-5 
  5. R. Blutner et E. Hochnadel E. (2010), "Two qubits for C. G. Jung's theory of personality," Cognitive Systems Research 11 (3): 243–59, PDF.
  6. J. Horwood J. et A. Maw (2012), "Theatre Teams Assembled Using Personality Profiles Can Improve Predicted Teamworking Scores," Bulletin of the Royal College of Surgeons 94 (3): 1–6.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Filatova, Ekaterina. 2006. Understanding the People around You: An Introduction to Socionics. Hollister Californiae: MSI Press. ISBN 9780967990767 De auctore
  • — Филатова, Екатерина Сергеевна. 2010. Соционика для вас. 3a ed. Moscuae. ISBN 978-5-91827-008-0 Textus Russice
  • Fischer, Klaus, Michael Florian, et Thomas Malsch, edd. 2005. Socionics: scalability of complex social systems. Berolini: Springer.
  • Quinelle, Kacee. 2015. Uderstanding the seeker: socionics in everyday life. Hollister Californiae: MSI Press. ISBN 9781942891109.
  • Quinelle, Kacee. 2016. Understanding the critic: socionics in everyday life. Hollister Cal[forniae: MSI Press. ISBN 9781942891123.
  • Quinelle, Kacee. 2017. Understanding the romantic: socionics in everyday life. Hollister Californiae: MSI Press. ISBN 9781942891369.
  • Sharp, Daryl. 1987. Personality types: Jung's model of typology. Toronti: Inner City Books. ISBN 0919123309.
  • Totton, Nick, et Michael Jacobs. 2001. Character and personality types. Buckinghamiae: Open University Press. ISBN 0335206409, ISBN 0335206395.

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