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 Socionics  is a theory of information processing and personality type, distinguished by its informational model of the psyche (called Model A) and corresponding model of interpersonal relations.

Socionics appeared as an appropriate sequel of S.Freud’s (the founder of psychanalysis) theory and his talented student, Swiss psychiatrist, C.G.Jung. The short review of the socionics origin can be presented this way: Freud introduced an idea of a person’s mental structure consisting of the following levels: conscious (ego), preconscious (super-ego) and subconscious (id). Jung, in his turn, basing on his own 60 years experience with patients saw different filling of this structure. Jung classified constant, possible genetic differences in behaviour, person’s abilities, susceptibility to illnesses, appearance peculiarities. Considering these peculiarities, Jung worked out not one, as Freud had done, but 8 mental models and described 8 psychological types of personalities based on them.

Observations gave Jung grounds to state that some people are better with logical information (conclusions, proofs, reasoning) while others – with emotional one (people’s relationships and their feelings). Some have better developed intuition (anticipation, perception of the whole situation, instinctive grip on the information), others have better sensations (perception of outer and inner sensor stimulus). On the base of a more developed function, influencing the individual’s character, Jung defined the following types: thinking, feeling, intuitive, sensing. Each of these types had an extroversive and introversive variation.

Starting with Jung’s psychological types theory, Aushra Auguatinavichuite , the Lithuanian scientist, pedagogue and economist produced her own discipline – socionics. Where did she start? A. Augustinavichuite wrote that for long years she had tried to understand people’s relationships, why with all desire to be kind, sympathetic, good-natured people suddenly experience irritation and anger in their relations, without any apparent reason. She managed to combine Jung’s typology with the Theory of Informational Metabolism (exchange) created by a famous Polish psychologist and psychiatrist Anjei Kempinsky. According to this theory, an individual’s mental health depends on amount and quality of processed information. >>>






Interview with Mr. Victor Prokofiev on Socionics



Distance plus in-class learning of Socionics

– is a great opportunity for residents of all Russian regions and from abroad to take a step to earn the Bachelor of Socionics Degree!

Eight days in Moscow - this is your chance not only to spend time communicating with the peers, but also to obtain the necessary knowledge and diagnostic skills for becoming a certified specialist in the field of Socionics!

For everyone who wishes to study socionics and to receive the Bachelor Diploma, SRI of Socionics offers distance plus in-class undergraduate study program. In May, 1-st and 2-nd groups have successfully completed the program.

This study program is super-intense, and held especially for those who cannot stay in Moscow for a long time.

Two modules of this program (7 training days each) accommodate the entire 5-modular full-time undergraduate study program in Socionics.

Distance part of the study program consists of self study of Socionics basics through provided notes, sent by e-mail (3-4 weeks in advance), and completion of homework assignments.

In-class part of the study program include:

  • Group discussions on each topic to clarify socionic concepts and a variety of exercises to consolidate the knowledge;
  • Training and role playing sessions to diagnose manifestation of typological characteristics of the studied traits of the participants themselves (includes video recording of training);
  • Analyses of text, photos, audio and video data from our institute database;
  • Resolution of the participants’ cases.

The classes also focus on the psychological aspects of diagnostic process and the rules of the diagnostic interview.

The first module incorporates the studies of a trait approach, 15 Reynin’s traits and 9 small groups associated with them: "Focus on the type of activity" (Clubs), "Styles of communication", "Stimulus groups", "Goal setting" (Socionic temperaments), "Lifestyles "("Suits"by S. Savchenko),"Receptiveness","Quadros".

The second module incorporates the studies of a model approach, including: in-depth understanding of properties and characteristics of functions and blocks of A model, description of psychological types, as well as intertype relationships.

Cost of classes: 1-st Module – 12,000 Rubles, 2-nd module – 12,000 Rubles.

The fee includes: lecture notes, handouts, coffee breaks, Bachelor examination.

Location: SRI of Socionics (Visits of our teachers to other cities of Russia and abroad are possible on other days and organized by mutual agreement).

Participants need to register via email: Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript ,

or by phone: +7 (495) 649 70 74, +7 (916) 362 84 72

2-nd module of the distance plus in-class study program for 1-st and 2-nd group was successfully completed during the May holidays. Participants passed exams and  gone home, someone in Krasnoyarsk, someone in Belarus, someone in the Moscow suburbs.

Almost all participants have already chosen topics of articles to be published in the print editions of International Institute of Socionics. (This is a mandatory requisite for the designation of Bachelor's degree in Socionics). As noted by the participants who completed the course, gained knowledge and skills will enable them to make real steps in reaching their goals and realize newly obtained opportunities.

We hope that the results of these efforts will form the basis for upcoming articles and will enable us to name the new release of bachelors of Socionics in September of this year at  International conference of Socionics in Kiev.


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