Psychophysiological asymmetry of cerebral hemispheres and servomechanisms in the realization of human intent

- Клименко, Віктор Васильович (2018) Psychophysiological asymmetry of cerebral hemispheres and servomechanisms in the realization of human intent Актуальні проблеми психології. Том. V: Психофізіологія. Психологія праці. Експериментальна психологія, 18. pp. 90-107. ISSN 2072-4772


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The dichotomous analysis of the concept of "psyche" has revealed that its volume is divided into two arguable to each other species concepts: sensual-intuitive and discourse-logical bodies, by which a person forms, in accordance with the functions of two pictures of the environment in a single image. Investigation of the psychological concept of "psyche" - an element of the scientific language in accordance with the rules of psychosemiotics and psycholinguistics: syntax is a notion-a sign that conforms to the order and connections with other concepts in the sentence-no; semantics (this sign means something and has meaning, scheme of actions and structure of the goal); sigmatics(from which the word, the concept and the symbol are born;) and pragmatics (how to regulate the development not only of the very concept, but also to create, maintain and strengthen the psycho-physiological bodies to create the tone of human well-being) - the peculiarities of the use of verbal signs in praxis. The unity of the organs of the psyche and their opposite spontaneously affects: antagonisticzom - inhibition, suppression and destruction; synergy - a combined effect that prevails the forces of an individual body and operate in one direction; protagonist - two-first, director and compiler of actions and actions Between the reflection and the creation of letters, the movements of the hand drag on spontaneous processes of overcoming distortions, complementing the forms of letters and restoring their harmony with intuition, which reconcile servomechanisms: sensory - sensory, perceptive and semantic corrections; discursive - clarification of the definitions of the properties of the subject of action, the system of judgments and the symbolization of his perfection. The real notion is a three-component form of reflection in it: a mechanism - a living device that transforms or reproduces the movements of thoughts, feelings and images; metabolism, energy and information and a working body that has a structure and performs one or more functions, answering the question "Why?" - what is the purpose of a person. The most distinct symmetry of the organs of the psyche responds in the manner of handwriting people-us: the sensuously intuitive body regulates the speed movements of the left hand and drives the left-hand left, discursive - to the right and turns to the right, and the protagonist "puts" in a hurry or writes them circles. Correction of the servomechanism in fast handwriting: they turned almost all the letters into forms of "ovals" - the geometric forms of signs, and all the other "heavy" hand-manners of writing - rejected; intuition has spontaneously restored the harmony of movements without interfering outside of the social standards ruined by arbitrariness; found falsity and adjusted psychic mechanisms to warn the "written spasms" of working bodies; promotedto warnings of "written spasms" of working bodies; contributed to the transfer and exchange of information and energy between the organs of the psyche for the creation of letters by the standards of harmony .

Item Type: Article
Keywords: organs of the psyche, sensory-intuitive, discourse-logical, serum mechanism, correction, intuition, harmony, tone, handwriting.
Subjects: Science and knowledge. Organization. Computer science. Information. Documentation. Librarianship. Institutions. Publications > 1 Philosophy. Psychology
Divisions: Institute of Psychology after N.Kostiuk > Department of developmental psychophysiology
Depositing User: інженер-програміст Сергій Петрович Осипенко
Date Deposited: 11 Mar 2019 13:55
Last Modified: 11 Mar 2019 13:55


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