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The Use of Restoring Resources of the Survival Roles and Reflex Patterns in MNRI® (Reflex Integration) Interactive Training of Personality Growth and Interpersonal Relations 948

Masgutova S.K., PhD in Psychology, Professional Education Director, Lecturer, Educational Institute for Neuro-Sensory-Motor and Reflex Integration, Orlando, USA, masgutovas@msn.com
Shackleford P., PhD in Psychology, Research Director, Lecturer, Supervisor, NCSP, PK Concept, Florida, USA, drpattypkc@gmail.com
Masgutov D.R., MA, Director, Lecturer, International Dr. Svetlana Masgutova Institute, Warsaw, Poland, biuromasgu@com
Abstract
Personality growth as a socio-psychological problem is a multi-complex phenomenon that targets Self-identity, Self-actualization, and other areas. During the last decade scientists started studying other factors limiting the personality growth, such as stress and post-trauma. However, the Survival Roles, the socio-individual patterns based on neurophysiological and psychological defense mechanisms blocking the personality Self-actualization, social interaction and professional business qualities, are rarely discussed. Thus this study based on Survival Roles may extend the personality growth oriented concepts and therapy modality tools. This study showed a correlation between Survival Role patterns, stress resilience, and survival reflexes (integrative units of the nervous system functions). Comparative data on 464 business professionals from high management jobs (Study Group — n=340, and Control Group — n=124) participated in this research which found 70.9 % (n=329) of the total group was in stress. This stress activated socio-individual Survival Roles and protective reflex patterns which responded with reactivity, over-protection, non-constructive interactions with others and limited business strategies. The MNRI® reflex integrative training used in this study demonstrated improvement of functions of the protective reflex patterns effected positively the survival mechanisms including increased stress resilience, and decreased negative effect of Survival Roles. MNRI® proposes a new paradigm in the realm of personality growth and socio-interpersonal activity, and supports the neurophysiological aspects to optimize the overall quality of life of business professionals from a variety of high management business areas.

Keywords: socio-psychological development, Self-actualization, personality growth, stress resilience, Survival Roles, protective reflexes, the MNRI® — Masgutova NeuroReflex Integration Assessment and Training

Column: Applied Research and Practice

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17759/sps.2017080410

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Scientific research is being conducted in many countries investigating the growth of social consciousness concerning the importance of socio-psychological care of ecological personality development, the uniqueness of a person and the orientation for success on the level of personality and identity as the creator of social life (R. Sylwester, 2007; B. Lipton, 2005). E. Goldberg (2009) describes personality as largely determined by the individual’s neurobiology with personality disorders being caused by changes in the brain-not an extracranial phenomenon.

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