ISSN 2520-6265 (print)

ISSN 2520-6273 (online)


Ukrainian Psychological Journal №1(7), 2018


CONTENTS



Vasiutynskyi V. O.
ALWAYS GUILTY: CRITICISM OF AUTHORITIES AS A SOURCE OF PSYCHOLOGICAL COMFORT

7-16


[ABSTRACT]

Vinkov V. Yu.
PSYCHOLOGICAL FEATURES OF YOUTH’S REPRESENTATIONS ABOUT SUCCESS IN LIFE

17-29


[ABSTRACT]

Danyliuk I. V., Gresko V. V.
FEATURES OF UKRAINIAN YOUTH’S PERCEPTION OF RUSSIANS’ IMAGE DEPENDING ON THE
TYPE OF ETHNIC IDENTITY

30-40


[ABSTRACT]

Didyk N. F.
SOCIO-PSYCHOLOGICAL SUPPORT OF THE SERVICEMEN’S FAMILY MEMBERS AS THE
FACTOR INFLUENCING THE MORAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL STATE OF THE COMBATANT
DURING THE PERIOD
OF ACCOMPLISHING TASKS IN ATO ZONE

41-57


[ABSTRACT]

Zelenin V. V.
HISTORICAL MYTHODESIGN AS A PSYCHOTECHNOLOGY OF THE MODERN INFORMATION
AND PSYCHOLOGICAL WAR FARE: THE BASIC POSTULATES, TASKS
AND STRUCTURE
OF MYTH CREATION

58-73


[ABSTRACT]

Karpenko Ye. V.
THE ROLE OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCEIN THE COURSE OF LIFE

74-85


[ABSTRACT]

Kovalenko A. B., Pikhalo Ya. I.
ANALYSIS OF VALUE AND MEANING SPHERE OF PERSONALITY DURING THE PERIOD OF
MILITARY CONFLICT (USING THE EXAMPLE OF UKRAINIAN AND ISRAELIS CITIZENS)

86-105



[ABSTRACT]

Lapshova N. S.
THEORETICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SOCIAL STATUS STUDIES OF A PERSONALITY

106-121


[ABSTRACT]

Neurova A. B.
SPECIAL ASPECTS OF MORAL-PSYCHOLOGICAL STATE EVALUATION OF MILITARY SERVICE
MEN IN THE ANTITERRORIST OPERATION AREA

122-132



[ABSTRACT]

Sosniuk O. P., Оstapenko I. V.
WEB-QUEST AS A TOOL FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF MEDIA COMPETENCE OF STUDENT
YOUTH

133-150



[ABSTRACT]

Tytarenko T. M.
SOCIO-PSYCHOLOGICAL REHABILITATION OF PERSONS WHO SUFFER FROM MILITARY
AGGRESSION

151-160



[ABSTRACT]

Traverse T. M.
CHARACTERISTIC OF FORMING HYPOTHESIS SOLUTION IN THE POLITICAL THINKING
PROCESS

161-170



[ABSTRACT]

Khachaturyan Yu. R.
THEORETICAL ANALYSIS OF A PSYCHOTRAUMA ISSUE AMONG CHILDREN

171-186



[ABSTRACT]

Yakovenko S. I., Bardova M. A.
PSYCHOLOGICAL SELECTION AND PREPARATION OF NEGOTIATORS FOR THE NATIONAL
POLICE DEPARTMENTS OF UKRAINE

187-199



[ABSTRACT]