Archives for the 'Psychological Concepts' Category

Responsiveness

Responsiveness

Responsiveness is the moral and spiritual quality of an individual, which helps him to see in people their true qualities, contributes to the manifestation of generosity, tolerance, generosity regarding these individuals. A responsive person always knows how to find a common language with others. His behavior is based on a highly developed sense of empathy, sensitivity, emotionality. For people with these qualities, altruism is paramount. A person who easily responds to requests [...]

Morality

Morality

Morality is a conditional concept of rules, principles, assessments, norms, based on the paradigm of assessments of evil and good, which was formed in a certain period of time. This is a model of social consciousness, a method of regulating the behavior of the subject in society. It develops in both individual and social forms of subjective relations. The concept of morality from the point of view considered by psychologists is a fragment of the human psyche, [...]

Fiasco

Fiasco

A fiasco is a condition in which the subject experiences complete failure, the collapse of his undertakings, the failure of his business. Along with this expression, a large number of synonyms for fiasco such as blockage, death, failure, failure, collapse are used. All human life consists of successes and failures, which are accompanied by various consequences for the human psyche. A fiasco is a crushing disaster on a person’s life path. [...]

Psychological maturity

Psychological maturity

Psychological maturity is a multidimensional concept that does not have a single, well-established definition for the day. The psychological maturity of a person is a special state of mental processes and worldview that allows a person to be a self-fulfilling individual. This includes the ability to establish productive social contacts, adequately perceive reality and those around them. In addition, the psychological maturity of the person is based on independence in meeting basic necessary needs, [...]

Pacifist

Pacifist

A pacifist is a person who follows the ideology of the fight against violence, the prevention of war, the establishment of peace, the fight against bloodshed in order to completely eradicate them. Pacifists unite in peacekeeping movements whose anti-militarist views are aimed at eliminating the practice of resolving political conflicts through war. Adherents of such a worldview are immorally opposed to any kind of violence against an individual. The ideology of pacifists is based on the basis of humanistic and [...]

Mentality

Mentality

Mentality is a stable method of perceiving the world in a peculiar way, a special ability to respond to surrounding reality, able to reunite people in historical and social communities (nations, ethnic groups, social strata). Mentality is in psychology the deepest level of personality and group, conscious and unconscious. It is mainly realized in certain stable behavioral forms and emotional sensations that prompt the subject (social groups) to a certain [...]

Chastity

Chastity

Chastity is a moral virtue, a state of mind and body of an individual, in which he chooses for himself bodily and spiritual purity. Currently, the meaning of chastity is partly forgotten and for many is even ridiculous and unnecessary. The situation is such that every year the technological progress of the development of society gives more and more opportunities for younger generations to avoid censorship [...]

Social status

Social status

Social status is a position occupied by an individual in a hierarchical social system in which he is included (group, recognized or alternative social subsystem). This is a person’s public position, connecting with others by defining the laws of interaction (rights and obligations, characteristics of interaction and the hierarchy of subordination). The status of a person is determined by specific and important signs for this social group: national, age, economic indicators. [...]