9 сентября фестиваль школы живописи у-син
Алхимия У-син
komninus
 
фестиваль у-син живописи


9 сентября 2012 года состоится фестиваль школы живописи у-син "искусства пяти элементов у-син".   Приглашаем Вас и Ваших друзей провести с нами прекрасный арт денёк в "Аптекарском огороде" на Проспекте мира -
в самом китайском садике Москвы, находящийся по адресу Проспект Мира, дом 26, строение 1.  Там с 11.00  будет проходить Наш осенний фестиваль. 

Фестиваль Школы Живописи У-СИН -это праздник творчества и познания. Это праздник любителей Востока и живописи. На Фестивале у вас будет возможность познакомиться со всеми преподавателями Школы, каждый расскажет про "свой У-СИН".  В течении одного дня будет целый фейрверк ярких мастерклассов и море живописного общения: энергетические практики, чаепитие,  


Подробности на сайте школы живописи у-син:  http://usinart.ru/9-sentyabrya-festival-zhivopisi-u-sin/


Mobbing and its influence on one's success
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kvenya
Hello guys,

One more new person here )
I would like to sort of entertain you with a questionary about mobbing and its influence on one's success.
I am studying HR as a post-graduate student in Voronezh, Russia, so it will be very exciting to learn something about international experience on the issue. In my work I would like to find out how mobbing and success are connected (if connected at all) and influence each other.

Here is the questionary:

http://www.surveys-engine.com/survey-50-3acc339b97e26dfc0b39b66ad0f18a21.html

Feel free to write your comments on my questions in this post as well. I guess it will be usefull to learn something new about how to do such surveys!

New articles on the site.
berezin_fb
Today, in accordance with a program of digitization of materials, we publish the article made ​​me or my staff that were previously unavailable audience.
 NIKIFORUK K., Rotenberg VS, Rashid I. R. Lane AI  FB BEREZIN
  Sokolova, ED, AA Shatenshteyn
 L. Bal, FB Berezin, MP Miroshnikov, A. Michaels, RV Rozhanets
  Berezin Psychopathology hypothalamic syndrome.
 (This work was mainly in dointernetnuyu era in the 70s, and almost inaccessible to the reader. Before its publication in 2012, she underwent a substantial editing, taking into account the data obtained after it was written.)
 We also publish a book Ludmila Dmitrievna Firsova, which for many years headed the Department of peptic ulcer disease at the Institute of Gastroenterology, "A psychological portrait of a peptic ulcer."  The book was published a very small circulation, and therefore it is difficult to see.   When Lyudmila gave me this book, it allowed to put it on the site, since the work was performed under the direction of our colleague Elena Dmitrievna Sokolova and she is devoted.

A brief history of the impact of philosophy (mostly Western) on human psychology.
st_martin_a

The very first humans lived in North Africa/The Middle East and they were just a made up of a few families/tribes trying to scrape enough food together to survive. Hunter/gatherer types. Some ventured further south (into Africa), some travelled east (into Asia) and others went north (into Europe) and they grew in number and the strongest physically had an advantage. There was no Law, no formal education. Life was very different to modern life and people came up with some ideas that seem crazy to us now. If they didn’t get a good crop (which was vital), they gave gifts to the ‘gods’ who provided rain. They offered some of their food as a sacrifice. And if it did rain they believed that it worked, and if it didn’t rain they offered bigger sacrifices – animals. Then if it rained they believed it worked, and if it didn’t, they offered even bigger sacrifices – humans. Human sacrifice was common practice.

In one of these tribes (in the Middle East) a man called Moses claimed that the creator of everything gave him some information to help people live together in a better way. It included the idea that human life is precious. This didn’t have a huge impact on the rest of the world at the time but it was an important concept that affected the way humans thought at a later point in history.

500 BC, the Greeks (‘Ancient Greece’) were getting organised like no-one before. They set up universities where people studied life and the world that we live in. They came up with some inventive ideas (Socrates, Plato and Aristotle being a few of them) and society was established in an organised fashion that enabled more thought about the world and the human condition.

Then in the first century, back in Israel, a criminal (a revolutionary called Jesus) was killed by the Romans. This would have gone by relatively quietly except that about 500 people went around claiming that after he had died they had seen him alive and well and had spent time with him, and nothing could stop them from denouncing this. Many went to their deaths refusing to. The ‘believers’ grew in number and when the Roman Emperor came to believe it too, the Bible became the established authority in Europe about life and the world we live in. Its teachings became corrupted at times and used for selfish gain by others but none the less, it became a huge influence on philosophy which in turn, affected the way people thought and acted.

In the 19th century some people started to question the authority of the Bible and new ideas started to shape society. Maybe there was no God, maybe humans were just physical beings. And then as late as the 20th century a German atheist (from a Jewish/ Catholic background) called Freud presented his ideas that the way humans think is shaped by their childhood and their environment...and so modern psychology was born.

And here we are, 7 billion mixed up people, living all over the world, shaped by many different philosophies and cultures, trying to make sense of it all. It's a mad world.


The psychology of a penalty shoot-out
st_martin_a
So England / Italy draw 0 - 0.
The team get ready for the penaly shoot-out.
They've just played for 90 minutes, plus extra time, followed by another 30 minutes of extra play.
There are thousands of people watching them, millions more on TV, and as they place the ball in position and step back to take their penalty, with the hope of carrying their country through into the semi-finals, the pressure is immense.
Then Joe Hart (England goalie), as he stands in goal before the Italian penalty-takers, starts pulling funny faces.
Now, I can see what he was trying to do - unnerve them; put them off, encourage them to mess up; but I reckon that pyschologically, this had the opposite effect. They were already nervous. Now they've momentarilly fogotten about the millions watching - they're interacting with the goalie. They know he's nervous, they find these funny facial expressions amusing. They shoot, they score.
Next time Joe, let the penalty-takers unnerve themselves.
(Apologies if this isn't the forum for my half-basked pyschology theories but I think I might have something here)

The psychology of Live Journal
st_martin_a
I'm fairly new to Live Journal but it's very interesting seeing who's visited your profile on the 'guests' list.
How do you decide who to look up?
Who do you decide who to 'friend'?

Style and terminology...
St Jerome a
alexpgp
I am translating a rather longish article from Russian into English, on child development, and am curious as to what a good approach might be to avoiding sexist language when speaking of "the child." For example in the following sentence, which parenthetical choice (or what formulation that I've missed) is best?
The child's own activity is determined by (the child's|his or her|its) interaction with adults.
In the course of the translation, I have also amassed quite a number of adjectives describing "knowledge," but have not been able to find any kind of reference in English that offers any kind of comparable choice of adjectives. Among the terms I basically gleaned using context and a dictionary are:
  • uncertain knowledge
  • unstable knowledge
  • vague knowledge
  • precise knowledge
  • clear knowledge
  • indistinct knowledge
  • certain knowledge
  • etc.
Might someone point me, perhaps, at a good English-language resource that might address the various kinds of knowledge a developing child's mind has to deal with? Or is this perhaps one of those areas where there is no good intersection between different schools of psychology?

Thanks in advance.

Новые статьи на сайте.
berezin_fb
Сегодня, в соответствии с программой оцифровки материалов, которые были созданы до эпохи Интернета и не публиковались, или в настоящее время практически недоступны, мы провели оцифровку статей

В. В. Аршавский, Е. Л. Гельфгат, В. С. Ротенберг, Л. Л. Соловенчук
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Е.Д.Соколова, М.М.Буркин Исследование клиники некоторых психопатологических состояний в связи с особенностями региона и культуры.

Ф.Б.Березин Некоторые методические проблемы психосоматических исследований


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Функциональные моторные асимметрии и психомоторные соотношения
berezin_fb
Сегодня, в соответствии с программой оцифровки материалов, которые были созданы до эпохи Интернета и не публиковались, или в настоящее время практически недоступны, мы провели оцифровку тезисов, посвященных функциональным моторным ассиметриям и психомоторным соотношениям. В тезисах вводится понятие коэффициента моторной ассиметрии, показано усиление указанных коэффициентов в зависимости от доминантного полушария, усановленны преимущественные связи моторных эффектов доминантной руки с актуальным состоянием и субдоминантной руки с более стабильными особенностями личности. Установлены определённые закономерности динамики психомоторики, различающиеся в зависимости от характера психопатологических состояний и при разном характере психической адаптации здоровых лиц.

Ф. Б. Березин Функциональные моторные асимметрии и психомоторные соотношения

В. И. Лавров Моторные асимметрии и особенности психического состояния в период адаптации к необычным условиям среды

А. И. Ланеев, Н. Р. Рашидов Моторные асимметрии и особенности личности пришлого и коренного населения Крайнего северо-востока СССР
Е. С. Горелова Соотношение моторных асимметрий и мотивации достижения

Взаимосвязь некоторых особенностей личности, актуального психического состояния и ...
berezin_fb
Сегодня, в соответствии с программой оцифровки материалов, которые были созданы до эпохи Интернета, мы провели оцифровку статьи

Ф.Б. Березин, С.И. Рапопорт, А.И. Морозов, Н.К. Малиновская, В.В Моисеева.

Взаимосвязь некоторых особенностей личности, актуального психического состояния и продолжительности заболевания у больных язвенной болезнью 12-перстной кишки.

Мы не нашли источников, в которых эта статья была бы ранее опубликована. Возможно, что это первая публикация данной статьи.

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