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NCJ Number: NCJ 238425     Find in a Library
Title: Phenomenon of Referential Psychogenity of Human Environment as a Factor of Person's Psychological Safety
Author(s): Sergiy Boltivets
  Journal: Internal Security  Volume:2  Issue:2  Dated:July-December 2010  Pages:7 to 15
Date Published: 12/2010
Page Count: 9
  Annotation: The article deals with the problem of the social environment psychogenity in its value for a person by the example of teacher and pupil groups interaction.
Abstract: Psychogenity is a basic feature of a social environment to create, reflect, transform, keep and display under appropriate conditions a certain energetic complex of psychological manifestation of its nature. The study considers the concept of humanized environment in wider understanding than the concept of social environment as the authors mean not only people’s mutual influence, but also the fact of human life mediatity by the human environment which is the world of the living and lifeless nature as one of the important components of balancing the human psychogenity. Psychogenity is the integral phenomenon which represents the cumulative characteristic of tensity irrespective of a measure of energetic participation of each participant and the proper psychological importance for each of them. The methods of “Teacher’s psychological-medical-pedagogical questionnaire,” enabling teachers to self-estimate their own health state as a result of positive (sanogenic), unregulated (different directed), and negative (pathogenic) influences in the educational process, is presented. The results of this research show that the pupil or a group of pupils with which the teacher professionally co-operates is a source of referential psychogenity for the teacher. In order to study the referential psychogenity, analyzed are the ways of applying self-estimation methods of the pupils’ individual psychical tensity and methods of establishing the background psychogenity values, in particular its indicator – BPI, as well as determination of the age psychogenity indicator – API. (Published Abstract)
Main Term(s): Juvenile delinquency prevention
Index Term(s): Juvenile delinquency factors ; Social conditions ; Youth development ; School delinquency programs ; Juvenile self concept
Type: Report (Study/Research)
Country: Poland
Language: English
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