PSYCHOGENITY OF THE HUMANIZED ENVIRONMENT

TitlePSYCHOGENITY OF THE HUMANIZED ENVIRONMENT
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2016
AuthorsBoltivets, S
JournalProblems of Psychology in the 21st Century
Volume10
Issue2
Start Page60-61
PaginationContinuous
Date PublishedDecember/2016
Type of ArticleEditorial
ISSN2029-8587
Other NumbersICID: 1228300
Keywordsage-related psychogenity, human life, phenomenon of psychogenity, psychological science
Abstract

The future of psychological science as we see it depends on our ability to understand the phenomenon of psychogenity of man and of the groups of people in their significance to himself and to every other human being. Psychogenity as we define it, is an ability of the humanized environment to create, reflect, transform, save and expose the constellation of psychic manifestations of the own natural essence of every man as a psychological unity. We consider the humanized environment in the sense broader than that of the social environment as we keep in mind not only the mutual influence of people, but also the fact that human life is mediated by the human environment. The latter is one of the most important components equilibrating human psychogenity, the world exists for man only in its humanized sense.

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