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THE SUBJECTIVE WORLD OF PEOPLE WITH MOVEMENT DISORDERS IN THE CONTEXT OF HUMANITARIAN PSYCHOLOGY*
Yassman L. V. , Kolesnikova G. Y.



        Yassman Ludmila Victorovna – Doctor of Psychology, Professor of Psychology Department, Far Eastern State Transportation University.

E-mail: yassman@yandex.ru


        Kolesnikova Galina Yuryevna – post graduate student of Amur State Humanitarian-Pedagogical University (Komsomolsk-on-Amur).

E-mail: u2729@yandex.ru


Annotation

The article focuses on retrospective analysis of the problem of subject and subjectivity in psychology. It is shown that the interest to the problem of subject and subjectivity is the result of appearance of new psychology - humanitarian one. The authors consider basic categories, connected with the category of subject from the point of view of methodology: inner world, subjective activity, understanding as a scientific approach and special method in humanitarian psychology. The possibility of revealing subjective picture of the world of people with serious movement disorders within the humanitarian psychology is shown.

        Key words: Key words: subject category, subjectivity, a person’s inner world, humanitarian psychology, subjective world image.


 
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