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Student
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Anastasiia Poliakova
Subjective Well-Being as a Function of Personal Ego-States Composition
2017
This study is conducted based on the ideas and terms of transactional analysis and positive psychology. Research performs a view on the phenomena of vitality in relation with transactional analysis categories (ego-states). Also we present a theoretical model of synthesys of contemporary personality theories (transactional analysis, positive psychology, relations approach and multisubjective approach).

Research problem is concentrated in contradictions of the views of different psychological approaches on the problem of the experienced vitality and subjective well-being. The main purpose of the study is to identify relations between ego-states composition and experienced vitality and subjective well-being. Ganed results are corresponding with developing contemporary approach – Integrative Transactional Analysis by Richard Erskine.

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