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Brazhnikov P.P. Organization of Mind as a Self-Learning System Development

Published in journal "Psychology and Psychotechnics", 2016-9 in rubric "Developmental psychology", pages 787-793.

Resume: In his article Brazhnikov proposes a model of the human mind that is developed on the basis of an analysis of a large number of existing theories and aims to provide a systematization of substantial part of empirical knowledge in the field of psychology. The author of the article deals with the human developmental psychology and provides a brief description of the sequence of formation of the human mind as a self-learning system. The author makes an attempt to combine many facts about the functioning of the brain into a single system. This facts were taken from different areas of psychology. In addition to recognized scientific models some controversial theories were also considered such as MBTI and DISK that could offer considerable empirical data as a result of their popularity.The research is based on the assumption that two brain hemispheres are formed in different ways, although substantially dependent on each other, due to the fact that universality of thought should be kept. The model covers eight possible stages for each brain hemisphere in good agreement with the existing classifications. Information processing ways of the hemispheres can stay in the process of formation at any of the eight stages that are relevant to the environment. In this article the author describes all possible cases of development of analysis methods at certain stages of adaptation. The development of the left hemisphere is supposed to be less consistent than that of the right hemisphere due to the fact that the activity of the left hemisphere depends on the experience of the the right one. Many studies show that the success of ontogenetic development is correlated with the features of thinking. The author of the research examines external reasons for various stages of formation of thinking ways. This has the effect of fixing various types of information processing. There are two types of external reasons for passing a stage: incentives and obstacles. The effect of the external influence depends on the stage of development of thinking ways. In addition, this method of studying the human mind may also explain possible cognitive causes of autism and schizophrenia.

Keywords: organization of mind, DISC, MBTI, autism, schizophrenia, typology, cerebral hemispheres operation, developmental stages, child development, temperament

DOI: 10.7256/2070-8955.2016.9.21168

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