On a beautiful sunny October day after a long separation met again in the psychological club “Personality Plus” experts and lovers of psychological science – students and graduates of different educational programs “Pedagogy and Psychology”, “Pre-school and Elementary Education”, “Foreign Languages”.
Last year passed in online mode. And so the members of the club met with a special joy and willingness to search and scientific dialogue.
It should be noted, that Frida Rotan graduated with honors and resigned as a club president, who now works in the psychological service of her native school.
The baton of the President was picked up by the 3rd year student of the department “Pedagogy and Psychology” Dilnaza Nazarova which psychological portrait was given by Karina Poperechkina. It turns out our President is a serious and yet mischievous girl who likes peonies, prefers red color and the reference person for her in psychology is L.S. Vygotsky.
Announcing the topic of the club session, “In psychological science this scientist revealed to me…,” Dilnaza turned to the name of that world famous scientist who was both celebrated and criticized in equal measure – Z. S. Vygotsky, Freud.
It was he who, in the structural structure of psychology, from the student’s point of view, discovered that beginning in the behavioral strategy of the individual, which is especially modern now – “Super-Self”: not to cross the line of decency not because you will be punished and socially judged, but because I will not allow myself due to the action of the internal moral regulator of my own behavior.
Vladislav Kim, a third-year student of the Austrian psychologist and psychiatrist Victor Frankl, conducted a subtle analysis of the tragic fate of his reflections that was distinguished not only by logic and a high level of independence, but also by sincerity and inspiration. Semantically important for Vladislav were the search for the meaning of life, belief in oneself and the will of Victor Frankl.
In the scientific heritage of the American researcher Leon Festinger, 3rd year student Madina Sapargalieva discovered cognitive dissonance – a social and psychological theory about the logical contradiction of knowledge about the same event, when discomfort arises, from which one seeks to get rid of.
Madina managed to decipher this complex theory elegantly, using her author’s handwriting and vivid life examples.
Our graduate, Zhenya Golomazova, who graduated with honors and is now a teacher at Bolashak, the smart, sweet and beloved Evgeniya Andreevna, shared that the psychologist John Bowlby discovered to her that mental state of deprivation, which can be the destroyer of personality at any stage of ontogenesis. But the most catastrophic state of deprivation, Eugenia emphasizes, is the loss of primary genetic ties, which deprives a person of love, care, tender feelings and, probably, human essence.
МWe are infinitely glad to see in our club the clever and beautiful Anna Kazybekova, who was a bright and original student, the graduate of “Pedagogy of Psychology” and today is a master’s student who came to our club from Almaty not only as a guest, but also as a participant, referring to her favorite scientist Z. Freud.
It is pleasant to note that our club was visited by Akzhan Botataeva, who has just last year graduated with honors, and today she is the employee of the laboratory of social and psychological support of the Regional Scientific-Practical Center of Additional Education for Children “Saryarka Daryny”.
Scientific reflection of Natalya Kulikova, the distance learning student, struck with depth and intelligent style of research of difficult destiny and scientific discoveries of J. Moreno. Natasha was able to present a detailed and highly respectful psychological portrait of the scientist and show that the author of the well-known sociometry stood at the origins of such a psychotherapeutic method as psychodrama.
The scientific reflection of Natalya Kulikova, a distance learning student, was amazing in its depth and intelligent style of research into the complex fate and scientific discoveries of J. Moreno. Natasha was able to build a detailed and highly respectful psychological portrait of the scientist and show that the author of the well-known sociometry stood at the origins of such a psychotherapeutic method as psychodrama.
The reference to the scientific heritage of such scientists as Z. Freud, V. Frankl, L. Festinger, J. Bowlby, J. Moreno has demonstrated a wide range of scientific selectivity and research interests of our psychology students, and it is very pleasant because it testifies to their thoughtful scientific search and bright manifestation of own “self”.