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INFORMATION VIRTUAL MODELS IN CASE STUDIES OF ENVIRONMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
N.E. Kosykh, E.A. Levkova, S.Z. Savin, A.A. Budnitsky



         Nikolay Eduardovich Kosykh is Doctor of Medicine, Chief Researcher of Laboratory of Medical Information Technology, Computing Centre at Far Eastern Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Professor of Department of Oncology at Far Eastern State Medical University.

E-mail: kosyh.n@bk.ru


         Elena Anatolievna Levkova is Doctor of Medicine, Professor of Department of General, Legal and Engineering Psychology at Far Eastern State Transportation University.

E-mail: l.gasha@rambler.ru


         Sergey Zinovievich Savin is Candidate of Technical Sciences, Head of the Laboratory of Medical Information Technology, Computing Centre of Center at Far Eastern Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

E-mail: savin.sergei@mail.ru


         Alexander Aleksandrovich Budnitsky is Postgraduate student of Department of General, Legal and Engineering Psychology at Far Eastern State Transportation University.

E-mail: alexbudnitski@gmail.com

Annotation

The article considers the possibility of using the method of virtual information modeling (VIM) when dealing with problems of environmental psychology. VIМ ideology in combination with packages of applied programs PEGIS allows to conduct a detailed end-to-end analysis (from cell to population) of life quality of person in a particular territory. VIM is successfully used for psycho-environmental and narco-epidemiological studies of population of the Amur River region of Far Eastern Federal District.

        Key words: environmental psychology, virtual information modeling (VIM), geoinformation technologies, psycho-ecological geoinformation system (PEGIS), system analysis, area of vital activity.


 
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