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The 24 Introduction to Psychology / Under total. Ed. prof. AV Petrovsky. - Moscow: Publishing Center "Academy", 1997.- 496s.- ISBN 5-7695-0084-0

The book is based on the textbook "General Psychology", reprinted many times between 1970 and 1986 and translated into German, Finnish, Danish, Chinese, Spanish and many other languages. Textbook radically reworked, supplemented with new materials that meet the current level of development of psychological science.
Despite the consistency and completeness of the textbook retains features propedeutics relative to the base and subsequent practice-oriented academic disciplines. Virtually every chapter of this book is the basis of textbooks on a particular psychological discipline. For example, the chapter "Communication" and "personality" are a sort of preamble to the course (curriculum and textbooks), "Social Psychology". The chapters on cognitive processes, "Memory", "perception", "thinking", "imagination", introduced in the course "Educational Psychology" and "Psychology of Learning."
Textbook prepared at the Psychological Institute of RAO.

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PART I. SUBJECT AND HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY 3
Chapter 1. The historical development of psychology 3
1. Antique 3
2. Psychological thought the New Age 14
3. The birth of psychology as a science 22
4. The development of experimental and differential psychology 31
5. The main psychological types 36
6. Evolution of schools and trends 47
Chapter 2. Modern psychology. SUBJECT AND ITS PLACE IN THE SYSTEM OF SCIENCES 58
1. Subject of Psychology 58
2. Psychology and Natural Science 61
3. Psychology and technological progress 63
4. Psychology and Pedagogy 64
5. Place of psychology in the sciences 66
6. The structure of modern psychology 67
7. The concept of general psychology 71
CHAPTER 3. METHODS OF PSYCHOLOGY 73
1. Subjective method 73
2. An objective method 75
3. Objective methods of study 76
4. Structural and analytical method 80
5. Measurement in Psychology 84
6. The method of the survey 88
7. Projective Techniques 93
8. The method of reflected subjectivity 94
9. The specific psychological study 95
PART II. PSYCHOLOGICAL PROCESSES AND STATE 98
CHAPTER 4. FEELINGS 98
1. The concept of feeling 98
2. The general laws of sensations 105
CHAPTER 5. PERCEPTION 116
1. Characteristics of perception and it features 116
2. Perception of the action 124
3. Perception of space 126
4. Perception of time and motion 135
CHAPTER 6 MEMORY 140
1. The general concept of the memory 140
2. Types of memory 147
3. General characteristics of memory processes 151
4. Remembering 153
5. Play 160
6. Forgetting and conservation 163
7. Individual differences in memory 165
Chapter 7. Thinking 168
1. General characteristics of thinking 168
2. Thinking and problem solving 179
3. Types of thinking 185
CHAPTER 8 190 IMAGINATION
1. The concept of the mind, its basic forms and processes 190
2. Physiological bases of processes of imagination 196
3. The role of the imagination in children's play and creativity of 200 adults
Chapter 9. 205 FEELINGS
1. Definition of feelings and the physiological basis of 205
2. Forms of experiencing feelings 209
3. Emotion and Personality 217
PART III. INTERDISCIPLINARY CONCEPTS PSYCHOLOGY 223
CHAPTER 10. ACTIVITY 223
1. Internal organization of human activity 223
2. The external organization activity 229
3. Determined action 237
Chapter 11 Communication 241
1. The notion of communication 241
2. Communication of information exchange 243
3. Communication as Interpersonal Communication 251
4. Communication as an understanding of other people 259
CHAPTER 12. GROUP 267
1. The groups and their classification 267
2. The highest form of group 269
3. Differentiation in groups of different levels of development of 276
4. Integration into groups of different levels of development of 285
5. Student groups: the psychological characteristics of teachers 290
6. The structure of relations in the modern family 301
CHAPTER 13 CONSCIOUSNESS 312
1. The development of the psyche in the phylogeny of 312
2. The emergence of consciousness 315
3. The structure of consciousness and unconscious in the human psyche 320
CHAPTER 14 331 PERSONALITY
1. The concept of identity in psychology 331
2. The structure of the individual 335
3. Basic theory of personality in foreign psychology 341
4. Orientation of the person 344
5. The consciousness of the person 349
6. Personality development 358
PART IV. Individual to individual 371
Chapter 15. Temperament 371
1. The general concept of temperament 371
2. The role of temperament in labor and training 380
3. temperament and parenting issues 385
CHAPTER 16 388 NATURE
1. The concept of the nature of 388
2. Structure of the character 389
3. The nature and character of manifestation 394
Chapter 17. CAPACITY 403
1. The concept of ability 403
2. Structure

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