Group reflection as the mechanism of attitudes reconstruction

- Найдьонова, Л.М. (2014) Group reflection as the mechanism of attitudes reconstruction Dissertation candidate thesis, Інститут психології імені Г. С. Костюка.


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The social attitudes as interrelated attitudes towards social objects with a complex structure that have regulated by group reflection as metacognitive factors are studied. The analysis of implicit and explicit social attitudes of people from different regions of Ukraine with different potential of group reflection in the immediate environment of communication toward regional diversity and self-esteem is made. We have revealed the significant direct relationship between the level of reflective capacity in environment of interpersonal communication and implicit self-esteem. It is shown that the group reflection of experience and attitude is a mechanism of mediation the connection of explicit and implicit forms of self-esteem attitudes, which mediate explicit and implicit social attitudes of regional diversity. The possibility of reconstruction of unproductive social attitudes through the restructuring of the interaction system between explicit and implicit form of attitudes that is based on activation of group reflection in the environment of companionship and / or using procedures of group reflection of experience and attitude in training.

Item Type: Thesis (Dissertation candidate)
Keywords: group reflection, attitude change, implicit association test, metacognition, reconstruction, reflective mechanisms, social attitude, creativity
Subjects: Science and knowledge. Organization. Computer science. Information. Documentation. Librarianship. Institutions. Publications > 1 Philosophy. Psychology
Divisions: Institute of Psychology after N.Kostiuk > Department of psychology of creativit
Depositing User: старший науковий співробітник Любов Михайлівна Найдьонова
Date Deposited: 11 Jan 2017 00:14
Last Modified: 11 Jan 2017 00:14


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