Dear colleagues, I present the last, fourth issue of this year.
The problem of digital everyday life is considered in several aspects – as coping, as an expression of existence, as one of the styles of information identity and as the protection of one’s self (both through the relationship to a mixed space and as a choice of priorities of cultural capital) and as a mask both in the real and online world.
The article is devoted to little-known facts of the scientific and creative biography of N.I. Zhinkin. In the early 1920s, N.I. Zhinkin actively participated in the work as a psychologist at the Moscow Institute of Social Psychology (MISP) and as a laboratory assistant in the Experimental Psychological Laboratory (EPL) at the Academy of the General Staff of the Red Army.
The problem of reflection of the determinants that determine the boundaries of stability and variability of personality requires consideration of evolution of conceptual ideas about the interaction of personality and social context in various psychological theories: from cultural psychoanalysis to social constructionism.
Externalization as attributing some aspect of one's internal world to the outside traditionally attracts the attention of scholars in psychology. In modern cognitive psychology and cognitive science, externalization, in the form of anticipation, is considered the main mechanism of cognition.
The article is dedicated to studying the transmission of Self-Enhancement values and Self-Transcendence values across different generations. The research is based on Schwartz's theory of basic values, which vary depending on the underlying motivation.
One of the main mechanisms that determine the formation of an individual’s value structure is intergenerational transmission, that is, the process of transferring values from one generation to another during the socialization of the individual.
Diagnostics of adolescents' and young people's substance use and involvement in this use remains relevant, especially in view of the data on the increasing risk from the age of 13 and onward to adolescence.
The overview of the article “Facing the Age of Chaos” by futurologist Jamais Cascio is presented. In the face of an era characterized by chaos, uncertainty and unprecedented challenges, this article is a thoughtful analysis and proposed framework for overcoming the complexities of the current world.
In his new book, Norwegian psychologist Ole Madsen discusses the rise of therapeutic culture and the psychologization of modern society. Among the key trends of our time, he highlights the transition from traditional social existence to high individualization of life.