Psychological barriers for implementation of changes

- Лотоцька, Ю.М. (2013) Psychological barriers for implementation of changes Електронний журнал Technologies of intellect development.


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This article is a brief of the issue of success anthology, the author developed the concept of success, argued a direct link of success with the activities of intelligence structures. Briefly described the main stages of the experiment "Psychology of life success and failure." The basis of the article is a description of psychological barriers for implementation of changes in personal transformations. We considered the algorithm described by Prochazka and Norcross, E. Kübler-Ross (adapted by Lototska) as a platform for management changes in adults. We have identified and described seven stages of passing psychological barriers - from the choice of idea- reference, to the consciousness - resolution: «Idea», «Quick win», «Collapse», «Fear. Back traction», «Motivational escape», «Awareness», «Permission». The statistical data of the experiment, in which the results of psychological barriers passing in the project "The psychology of life success and failure" is described in in a sample "normal" (live and remote format) and a sample "mental disorders. It is important to permit yourself to see, to reveal a contradiction that will cause another round of development, or to refuse, that is not to enter into the transformation. We noted that the effect of transformational environment due to its construction, and we have concluded that the transforming environment should be special.

Item Type: Article
Keywords: psychology of success, success, failure, transformation
Subjects: Science and knowledge. Organization. Computer science. Information. Documentation. Librarianship. Institutions. Publications > 1 Philosophy. Psychology
Divisions: Institute of Psychology after N.Kostiuk > Department of new information technologies of education
Depositing User: PhD Iunona Lototska
Date Deposited: 10 Feb 2014 15:21
Last Modified: 10 Feb 2014 15:21


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