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Student
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Supervisor
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Boris Chukarin
Dynamic Experiences of Personal Values Depending on the Method of Expression
2017
The paper studies the level presentation of values ​​in the individual consciousness and the dynamics of value experiences, depending on the way they are expressed.

A theoretical analysis of existing approaches to understanding the nature of personal values, their occurrence, development and impact on activities is carried out. The existing approaches to the study of personal values ​​are analyzed.

The differences in the presentation of values ​​at the conscious, verbalized and deep, emotional levels of awareness are analyzed. Significant mismatches of the value experience are shown.

The transformation of the presentation of values ​​at a verbalized, conscious level is analyzed, connected with the actualization of value experiences at the deep, emotional level through expressive gestures and gestures. Regularities and content aspects of the dynamics of value experiences were revealed.

A method was developed for a comprehensive study of the value experiences of the individual and their dynamics. In addition to the classical questionnaire method of studying values, a projective method for ranking the value of values ​​was proposed to study their presentation at a deep, emotional level. An experimental method was developed to study the dynamics of value experiences, allowing to actualize the deep layers of their presentation, which have a significant statistical impact on the transformation of their presentation at the verbal level.

The obtained results have high scientific and practical significance.

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