Answers to gosy psychology at MUH 2016-2017 Section 3

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The new list of questions with answers. Answers to all 3 sections (105 questions). Responses are made using a new literature written concisely, strictly on the subject of the question (without water). Most questions are examples, which is very easy understanding.Direction 030300.62 "Psychology"SECTION I. General Psychology1. Subject and main tasks of psychology as a science.2. Principles of psychology as a science.3. The main branches of psychological knowledge.4. The main directions and schools in psychology.5. Communication psychology and other disciplines.6. Methods of psychology.7. Psychology of individual personality.8. The problem of activity in the national psychology.9. Communication and behavior as a form of human life.10. The problem of personality in the national psychology11. Development of the person in the normal course of business and social interaction.12. Basic theory of personality in foreign psychology.13. Values and orientation of the individual.14. The problem of the unconscious in psychology.15. "self-concept" personality.16. Temperament: essence, types, properties.17. The problem of consciousness in psychology.18. The nature and the features of its manifestations.19. Presentation of the accentuation of character and their basic types.20. Abilities: essence, main types and their characteristics.21. Emotions and emotional state: the essence, function22. Classification of emotions in the domestic and foreign psychology23. The psychophysical and psychophysiological problems in psychology.24. General characteristics of the motivational sphere of man.25. Basic theory of motivation and their contents.26. Psychological setting: the essence and meaning.27. Sensations: the nature and role in human cognitive activity.28. Perceptions: basic properties and patterns.29. Basic approaches to the understanding of memory.30. Memory: types and kinds.31. Properties, functions and types of attention.32. Thinking: the nature, forms and types.33. Essence, types and functions of speech.34. The development of the psyche in the phylogeny.35. The problem will in psychology.Section II. Age-related psychology. Social Psychology1. Subject, tasks and methods of psychology.2. Sources and psychological patterns of mental development in ontogenesis.3. The life: socially significant periods of human life.4. The concept of periodization age development.5. Characteristics of the major activities and their role in the development of the psyche.6. The problem of crises of age development in psychology.7. Psychological characteristics of the child during infancy and early childhood.8. The general psychological characteristics of preschool age.9. Psychological readiness for school training: the essence and the main lines of the diagnosis.10. Leading activities and the main neoplasms of primary school age.11. Features of the psycho-physiological and psychological development during adolescence.12. The main features of youth as the stage of development of age.13. Psychological features of the person during adulthood.14. The crises of age development from infancy to adolescence.15. The crises of adulthood and old age.16. Social psychology: the subject, the main problems and challenges.17. Stages of development of social psychology.18. Directions and schools of modern social psychology.19. Interpersonal relationships: the nature and characteristics of the study.20. The content, structure and functions of communication.21. Barriers in the communicative process, causes and ways to overcome them.22. Communication as a perceptual process.23. Communication as a communicative process.24. Communication as interpersonal interaction.25. The nature and types of interpersonal conflict.26. Classification and characterization of small groups.27. The main processes of the dynamics of small groups.28. The concept of collective social psychology.29. Social psychology of leadership and management30. The phenomenon of group pressure and its significanc

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Section III. Psychodiagnostics1. The history of the psycho-diagnostics.2. Scope of psychodiagnostics and its main objectives.3. Typology psycho situations and tasks.4. The psychological diagnosis and methods of its production.5. Ethical requirements psychodiagnostic examination.6. Classification of psycho-diagnostic methods.7. Characteristics of standardized methods of psychodiagnostics.8. Characteristics of formalized methods of psycho-diagnostics.9. General characteristics of effective psychological tests.10. Validity of psychological techniques.11. Types of validity.12. The reliability of the test.13. Characteristics of discriminative test.14. Characteristics of the reliability of the test.15. Standardization techniques.16. The concept of the norm in psychological diagnostics.17. General principles for design psychodiagnostic method.18. Features of observation as a method of psycho-diagnostics.19. Problems of designing achievement tests.20. Ways to improve the reliability of the questionnaire.21. The psychological portrait of personality: the nature and requirements for drawing.22. General characteristics of personality questionnaires.23. Diagnosis of temperament and characteristics of the nervous system.24. Diagnostic capabilities.25. Psychological diagnostics character.26. Psychological diagnostics of motivation.27. Psycho identity.28. Understanding psychosemantic methods.29. Understanding of projective techniques.30. Characteristics of Rorschach.31. The projected use of color.32. Projective techniques of interpretation.33. Methods of studying the products of creativity (drawing tests).34. Projective techniques of construction and additions.35. Complex personality questionnaires (Cattell questionnaire (16PF), Minnesota questionnaire (MMPI): scope and diagnostic capabilities.


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