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Publications of Sukiasyan Samvel
Psychology and Psychotechnics, 2016-4
Sukiasyan S. - Biological and Social Roots of Human Behavior


Abstract: The present article presents the results of the study of different forms of behavior, with the help of self-developed case studies based on Herman and Parsons concept of " Evolutionary stable strategy of behavior." The analysis of the responses reveals an interesting picture of the polarization of society, the re-evaluation of traditional convent, that is, socially conditioned phenomena and at the same time, the stability of many fundamental values and phenomena caused especial by biological mechanisms. According to the biosocial concept of human being, a person usually manifests social and biological needs, motivation of behavior and different reactions. Unlike animals, he is able to perform actions that do not fit within the scope of rational behavior. Aiming for the ideals created by him, a person, at the same time, constantly disturbs these limits. Most of psychologists, sociologists, anthropologists, etiologists considered human behavior as a result of interaction between psychological and biological nature of human being and environment. In order to understand human nature, it is necessary to comprehend that genes and culture works together in one process of gene-culture co-evolution. Various attitudes are formed in terms of ambivalent cognitions, superimposed on development of interaction with environment (requires a conscious decision). Personality of human being has relative autonomy, which implies the possibility of behavior irrelevant with certain situation.Received data emphasized the role of both social and biological factors in manifestation and development of certain forms of social behavior. The research results showed ambivalence of human behavior, conflict between social norms and internal essence as well as lifestyle of each person, and not freedom of the individual in the social behavior of the restrictions imposed on him by evolution. Human personality is determined by the degree of "humanity", which, in turn, is determined by how we relate to other people, to animate and inanimate nature, the world as a whole, what kind of "god" we worship, what values guide in these hostile world. The human behavior is based on specific biological mechanisms and structure, as well as morphological changes in the brain, which are formed in phylogenesis and ontogenesis of the man.Consequently, it can be assumed that modern human retains all (and not always the most appropriate and profitable) genotypic and phenotypic characteristics and properties as a manifestation of his ancestral forms. The old sign does not disappear completely, but is stored as an archaic phenomenon. The new feature is started to operate instead of the old one, which, in turn, on the next cycle of development, loses its adaptive character, and gives place to a new phenomenon.
Psychologist, 2016-1
Sukiasyan S. - The Problem of Consciousness: the State of the Problem from the Point of View of Synergy pp. 13-69


Abstract: The subject of this study is the category of "consciousness" as a leading component and form of human mental activity in the context of its origin, forms of expression and development. The problem of consciousness is one of the most difficult issues in the scientific comprehension of a man. The purpose of this study is to analyze the main approaches and hypotheses about the nature of consciousness from the positions of the various areas of knowledge - the orthodox scientific and esoteric, and final consideration of the problem of consciousness in inseparable combination of these two approaches. The main tasks is to consider the modern, yet not popular approaches to the problem of the consciousness and its relation to the psyche, the brain, the universe. The work is structured and includes the following sections: history and classic of the problem, consciousness and synergy, the physical basis of consciousness, mind and brain, a special state of consciousness, the conclusion. The present study is based on theoretical analysis and categorical concepts and approaches, accepted in psychology, psychiatry, and physics. Author's original approach to understanding the nature and the human psyche is presented. It comes from the fact that the essence of any human phenomenon is manifested in its extremes, e.g. during the changed states of psyche, particularly in the states of depersonalization-derealization, out of body experience etc.The author suggests that this approach, which emphasizes the combination of extremes - the scientific and parascientific analysis, underlining the unusual and the unique capabilities of a person, the study of energeticoinformatic aspect of any problems, can lead us towards the knowledge of man and nature. It comes from the fact that there is an objectively existing, real world, "given to us in senses". But there is another reality with another form of existence - the world of our experiences and ideas, the world, the reality of which is beyond the scope of the existence of the material world.All the author's arguments are based on the theories of evolutionary universalism, physical vacuum and torsion fields. Modern science is based on the fact that the basic state of matter of any kind is the physical vacuum. This emptiness or "nothing" is a universal environment, regulating all the forces of interaction. It is the primary matter, the ancestor of all things in the universe. The psyche in person and, consequently, the consciousness acts as a physical manifestation, in form of extra weak mental interaction. Thus, the mental and the material are two different aspects of the same reality. Mental cannot behave like nonmental.In support of theoretical considerations author gives extensive experimental data, proving the reality and effectiveness of many extrasensory, extracorporeal and other phenomena intrinsic to a man. The author is inclined to believe that consciousness is a universal phenomenon intrinsic to the material world, from molecules to organisms. Modern theoretical and experimental studies show that the brain is not related to the production of consciousness. The brain is the receiving, processing and transmitting biological device that connects a person with the universe, the device that connects the human energoinformatic field and the universe. Consciousness exists outside the physical body and subtle matter. It has a dual nature.
Psychology and Psychotechnics, 2015-12
Sukiasyan S. - The Strategy of Human Behavior: Animistic and Anthropomorphic Roots


Abstract: The subject of the present study is the category "strategy" as an aspect of understanding the nature and the human psyche in the context of their origins and development. The author of the analysis of the most famous, evolutionarily significant strategies of human behavior, in one way or another to explain human behaviour. The diversity of these strategies the author considers as a continuum, caused by the interaction and the interaction between biological and social nature of man. The author does not reduce social in person to its biology, but displays a social in man solely from his biology. For understanding the evolving concept of development of the psyche, the author appealed to the notion of "evolutionarily stable strategy, which developed psihobiologi. The diversity of forms of human behaviour is reduced to the following four types: agonistic, cooperative, altruistic and egoistic. An analysis of each of the forms of behavioral strategies. Work is theoretical and based on an analysis of categorical concepts and approaches in psychology and Psychiatry. The article presents the author's original approach to understanding the nature and the human psyche. If this comes from the fact that the essence of any human phenomenon is manifested in its extremes. In this case the psychosis.The author suggests that to understand human nature can be via understanding his social behavior, which he views from the perspective of group and social behaviour of animals, conducting similar in models of animal and human behavior. Disclosed to the evolutionary role of some psychological categories. The author develops the idea of animal and human animistic antropomorfic. The formation of the species Homo Sapiens is carried out through his instinctive nature, indirect social relations and interactions with external factors. The author assumes that at the present stage of its development, man lost several biological mechanisms for the management of population genetic structure, replacing them with social mechanisms: institutions that perform prohibitive, punitive function as moral norms, laws, Penal Code. In other words a hierarchically more old mechanism (or seam) gave way to more new mechanism, but at the same time, he remained in "inactive". Psychic manifestations, social and moral norms and principles, laws regulating social life in its deepest meaning are the dictates of biological and physical nature.
Psychology and Psychotechnics, 2015-10
Sukiasyan S. - Psychopathology as a Model of Understanding Human Nature and Mind


Abstract: The subject of the present research is the category of psychopathology as an aspect of understanding human nature and mind from the point of view of their origin and development. The author of the article has analyzed the most famous models of human behavior. Variety of approaches is viewed as a continuum of scientific ideas consisting of biological and socio-cultural models. Most famous models of psyche and mind (biological, behavioral, psychodynamic, cognitive, existential-humanistic, socio-cultural) are investigated. This is a theoretical research and it is based on the analysis of categorical concepts and approaches used in psychology and psychiatry. The author's original (psychopathological) approach to understanding human nature is presented. It is suggested that understanding of human nature is possible through analyzing his abnormal behavior (manifested psychopathology) based on a comprehensive consideration of biological, psychological and socio-cultural aspects of human nature. The author offers his own approach to the "disposition-stress" concept and views the predisposition as a manifestation (due to unexplained reasons) of archaic mental mechanisms attributable to the earlier stage of his development. Normal and abnormal human behavior in terms of the manifestations of certain psychopathological disorders (schizophrenia, autism, aggression, suicidality) is analyzed.
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