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Volume 164, 202311th International Scientific and Practical Conference “Current Issues of Linguistics and Didactics: The Interdisciplinary Approach in Humanities and Social Sciences” (CILDIAH-2022)
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The field model (F-model) of a psychological type as a new way of modeling and describing the psyche
1 Moscow International University, 17, Leningradsky Prospekt, Moscow, Russian Federation
2 Sattorov names Laboratory of Cognitive Research of Consciousness, 19, Ibn-Sina Str., Nazran, Russian Federation
3 Kh. Ibragimov Complex Institute Research of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 21a, Staropromyslovskoe shosse, 364051, Russian Federation
4 Chechen State University, 32, Sheripov str., Grozny, 364907, Chechen Republic
5 Chechen State Pedagogy University, 33, Kievskaya, Grozny, Chechen Republic
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This article is the third one in a series of works on one of the leading theories in modern differential psychology – Jung's theory of the psychological types. The works are aimed at revealing foundations of the cognitive concept of psychological types, which is being developed by the scientific team of the Department of Psychology, Moscow International University, and the Laboratory of Cognitive Research of Consciousness n.a. S.M. Sattorov. The article aims to reveal new ways of identifying and describing psychological types in accordance with the field model of psychological types (F-model). Following Jung, the article claims that the basic psychological functions in the same individual never have the same degree of development. One of the functions has an advantage both in development and in strength. One of the functions is more preferable than the other. The strength of the functions within the field model (F model) can be determined by the degree of brightness in the field system. The field model describes the psychological type as a field system with a core and a periphery. The core is occupied by the strongest (dominant) mental functions, and the weakest (subdominant) mental functions are peripheral. To measure the strength of mental functions, the coefficient of brightness can be determined from the formula C = nP/Q. The article describes parameters of work with information and a four-point scale for its assessment, the structural specifics of the field model and the rules for constructing and describing the field model.
Key words: psychological type / model / Jung / mental functions / typology / differential psychology
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