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Publications of Martyanova Galina Yurievna
Psychologist, 2020-1
Martyanova G.Y. - The study of correlation between time perspective and self-regulation in a difficult life situation pp. 34-43

DOI:
10.25136/2409-8701.2020.1.32180

Abstract: This article presents the research results of correlation time orientation and parameters of conscious self-regulation among the subject of difficult life situation. The author analyzes the degree of determination of human regulatory activity by orientations towards the present, future, and past. The results of correlation and regression analyses, the differentiated role of time perspective in the processes of planning, modeling, programming, and evaluating the results of arbitrary activity in a difficult life situation is proven. The work focuses on the time perspective as a resource for coping with life difficulties. Analysis of the concept of time perspective is carried out in accordance with the doctrine of F. Zimbardo on time orientation. The main conclusion consists in the statement that focus on the past carries most significance in determining activity of the subjects. Orientation towards the future defines the conditions for regulatory activity, but does not substantiate the dynamics of goals. Focus on the present has most controversial influence upon regulatory activity in a difficult situation.
Psychology and Psychotechnics, 2019-3
Martyanova G.Y. - The expansion of adaptation potential in practice of coping with difficult life situations pp. 59-67

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0722.2019.3.28650

Abstract: The goal of this research is the examination of possibility for expanding the range of adaptive methods of regulation of activity in a difficult life situation by influencing the mental state. The understanding of regulatory activity leans on the thesaurus of subject-activity approach, which describes it as a measure of justification of actions on coping with life difficulties in compliance with the specificity of inner state of the subject of situation. Adaptation potential is viewed as a phenomenon relevant to the capacity of experience of the regulatory subject activity. Based on the material of participants of psychotherapeutic groups, the author conducts an analysis and comparison of mental states in an actual problematic situation and situation of successful coping with life difficulties. The research demonstrates the transformations in mental states after working with realization of separate qualities. Statistical proof is provided on the presence of link between the indicators of mental state images with the level of style of cognitive self-regulation of arbitrary activity. The author explains the dynamic of dependence of the parameters in question on the changes of capacity, structuredness and intensity of mental state images.
Psychology and Psychotechnics, 2016-10
Martyanova G.Y. - Self-Determination of a Subject in a Tense Situation: the Anthropological Approach pp. 829-833

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0722.2016.10.22070

Abstract: The subject of the research is to validate the content of self-determination under the conditions of intense eventivity. In her article Martianova analyzes the concept of a 'subject in a tense situation' in terms of the anthropological approach. The author offers her definition of situation as a structural unit of eventivity that makes someone to be a subject of his or her own activity. The author proves the importance of conscious self-regulation style parameters for the process of adaptation to situational factors including planning, modelling, programming, monitoring and evaluation of results. By conducing the empirical research, the author has proved the idea of constructing an optimal self-regulation zone of situational activity when adjusting to tense events. The author proves the anthropological concept 'eventivity' in terms of the subjective activity approach that form the basis for explaining the nature of a subject's situational response. The author also interprets the term 'self-determination' through analyzing the content of regulatory activity which allows to define self-determination zones with reference to the optimal and non-optimal styles of conscious self-regulation. The author analyzes experimental data of subject's regulatory activity under different tense situations and demonstrates the relationship between parameters of self-regulation styles and adaptability to situations. 
Psychology and Psychotechnics, 2016-1
Martyanova G.Y. - Individual —ounseling: Subject-Regulatory Methodology

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0722.2016.1.17517

Abstract: The article discusses the theoretical construct of individual counseling from the perspective of the subject-regulatory methodology . The researcher views different aspects of counseling as a form of professional activity. Written in terms of the theory of self-regulation of any conscious activity the researcher differentiates the consultative process depending on the objectives, activities, results of the professional activity of the consultant and the client subject activity. Individual counseling is defined as an activity aimed at subjective activity of the client to optimize its potential. The researcher justifies the possibility of the subject-regulatory approach to explain the basic procedural and productive phenomena counseling. According to the researcher, the client is the subject of his own activity, the subject of self-realization, the subject of the changes occurring under the influence of the problem, and the subject of regulatory experience. The psychological problem is presented as a result of violations of individual style conscious self-regulation, for example, achievement of entity objectives in the difficult conditions of life. Its genesis is due to the prolonged complex process of establishing causal relationships in the subjective evaluation of the events and facts. The main mechanisms to provide advice is called re-structuring.
Psychology and Psychotechnics, 2015-10
Martyanova G.Y. - Regulatory Features of the Subjective Image of Mental State Experienced in Difficult Situations

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0722.2015.10.16543

Abstract: The article reveals the specifics of the regulatory activity of an actor in difficult situations depending on the intensity of the features of mental state images. The objective of the empirical study was to analyze the formal parameters of mental state image and its relation to the overall regulatory activity. The author of the article has carried out the comparison of the power, structure and intensity of images appearing under various conditions. The author has also studied the differentiated role of the image parameters in an actual situation when reproducing positive experience of problem solution as well as conditions when difficulties are not overcome. The study is based on the provisions of the general methodological concept of conscious self-regulation of voluntary activity as described by V. Morosanova. The author describes the dynamics of subjective features when the level of adaptation to a difficult situation is low as well as the influence of changes in the state image on the overall level of self-regulation. The author proves that the state image has a differentiated influence on regulatory activity. The intensity of the state image determines the processes of situation management as well as the actor's activity in such a situation. These empirical data raises an urgent question regarding the possibility and the need for technical assistance to provide assistance to an individual experiencing a difficult life situation taking into account mechanisms of influence on power, intensity and structure of the image of mental state. 
Psychologist, 2015-6
Martyanova G.Y. - Motivational —lient Activity Counseling: the Research Aspects of the Problem pp. 56-75

DOI:
10.7256/2409-8701.2015.6.17099

Abstract: The article reveals the peculiarities of motivational and regulatory activity of the client counseling. The issues of motivation in the structure of psychological assistance. The subject of study is the system-meaning customer psychological counseling, which the author justifies through the content, intensity and perspective of the entire motivational sphere. We study the motivational aspects of involvement in the consultation process with the client's perspective and from the perspective of a consultant. Main attention is paid to motivate recourse and motivation of making psychological assistance.An analysis of the theoretical concepts is carried out in the context of the author's position on the client's position in psychological counseling as a subject of their own lives and as the subject of assistance.The importance of motivation to apply for assistance, and the prospects of its adoption as the major determinants of the effectiveness of psychological counseling. Highlighted the negative motivational factors reducing the constructive approach of counseling. It is proved that the requirement of voltage appears paramount motivational activity of the client, determining its activities on receipt of advice.
Psychology and Psychotechnics, 2014-11
Martyanova G.Y. -

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0722.2014.11.13195

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Psychology and Psychotechnics, 2014-2
Martyanova G.Y. -

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0722.2014.2.10247

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