Stages of Consciousness Formation


The purpose was to describe the basic stages of formation of the personality: A. On the basis of development of the informational processes in Consciousness. B. For the purpose of reaching the highest results. The basic questions are the qualitative changes and their conditions. Stage 1. External programming: accurate statements form operating programs of Consciousness, images define the type of reactions. These are conditions for shaping of the purposes, criteria of information evaluation. There is no alternative way for solution. The task is to research the world and its laws. Possible results of this stage: A. Admittance to the following stage. B. Blocking of the exit. Stage 2. Self-testing. The beginning is the questions: «Who am I?», «What are my purposes?». The end of this way is the received answers. The methods are different tests, challenges, various techniques. Possible results of this stage: A. Admittance to the third stage. B. Blocking of the exit. Stage 3. Purposeful development means getting ready to the purposes: education, personal qualities, communications and so on. There are various conditions depending on the purposes. Possible results of this stage: A. Full readiness. B. Average readiness. C. Blocking of development. Stage 4. Self-actualization which supposes the purposeful movement to the goal, to the highest results. The conditions are the right calculation, discipline, skills to communicate and professionalism. Possible results of this stage are: A. The constant movement upwards. B. Achievement of a goal and stop of the motion

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Mikhailo Yurjevich Mianiye, Development of the Personality, Ukraine
Larysa Makarova, Development of the Personality, Ukraine

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Conference: ECP2015
Stream: General Psychology

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