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Mart'yanova G.Yu. Self-Determination of a Subject in a Tense Situation: the Anthropological Approach

Published in journal "Psychology and Psychotechnics", 2016-10 in rubric "Personal motivation and spirituality", pages 829-833.

Resume: The subject of the research is to validate the content of self-determination under the conditions of intense eventivity. In her article Martianova analyzes the concept of a 'subject in a tense situation' in terms of the anthropological approach. The author offers her definition of situation as a structural unit of eventivity that makes someone to be a subject of his or her own activity. The author proves the importance of conscious self-regulation style parameters for the process of adaptation to situational factors including planning, modelling, programming, monitoring and evaluation of results. By conducing the empirical research, the author has proved the idea of constructing an optimal self-regulation zone of situational activity when adjusting to tense events. The author proves the anthropological concept 'eventivity' in terms of the subjective activity approach that form the basis for explaining the nature of a subject's situational response. The author also interprets the term 'self-determination' through analyzing the content of regulatory activity which allows to define self-determination zones with reference to the optimal and non-optimal styles of conscious self-regulation. The author analyzes experimental data of subject's regulatory activity under different tense situations and demonstrates the relationship between parameters of self-regulation styles and adaptability to situations. 

Keywords: optimal self-regulation, regulatory style, conscious self-regulation, tense situation, eventivity, self-determination, subject of a situation, adaptation, self-determination zone, subject activity

DOI: 10.7256/2070-8955.2016.10.22070

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