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Psychology & Pedagogy

TOLERANCE AS THE BASIS OF SCIENTIFIC DOCTRINE OF IUFS

TOLERANCE AS THE BASIS OF SCIENTIFIC DOCTRINE OF INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF FUNDAMENTAL STUDIES (IUFS) O.N. Sorokin[1], D.N. Sorokina2, O.I. Shemyakin3, Mahatma Shanti J.P.K.4 In this article, the authors reveal the natural base of tolerance as a basic biological function of an intelligent biological living system (IBLS) and, through the law of succession of functional connections …

Psychology & Pedagogy

PSYCHO-SOCIAL ASSISTANCE TO CHILDREN WITH DIABETES MELLITUS UNDER CONDITIONS OF THE SUMMER-SCHOOL

Mirzoyeva Elmira Amir, PhD., Professor PhD. in General psychology, psychology of development and acmeology Azerbaijan Association of Practical Psychologists, President    Diabetes Mellitus – global, medical-psycho-social and humanitarian problem of the XXI century. According to the latest information, more than 1000 children and teenagers have been registered as patients suffering from Diabetes Mellitus in Azerbaijan. …

Psychology & Pedagogy

ARCHETYPAL FEATURES OF THE UNCONSCIOUS ATTITUDE TOWARDS CORRUPTION

А.Giniyatullina, PhD  Due to the current economical, political and psychosocial influence of the corruption on countries all over the world it is obviously be of interest to investigate universal phenomenon of corruption through the personality of the corrupt official from the perspective of archetypes (content of collective unconscious) which also constitute universal phenomenon [2]. Archetypes …

Psychology & Pedagogy

CRITICAL SITUATIONS AND ENERGY METHODS OF DEALING WITH THEM

  Dina Yelistratova, PhD, Professor This article is devoted to the various types of crisis perception in different cultures and to the methods of dealing with critical situations as with such that can be profitable for the person. I’ve been developing an interest in this topic for 14 years when I was working as a …

Philosophy Psychology & Pedagogy

THE INTRICACY OF HUMAN NATURE AS APPLIED TO ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY

Emeritus Prof. Dr. Deric N. Bircham MBA, Ph.D, D.Sc, LL.D, GD.Sc, GD. JP, FRSA   Organisational and Management theories have tended to go towards simplified and generalized conceptions of human motivation. Research has consistently found some support for the simple generalised conception, but only some. Consequently, the major impact of research over a long period …