Implicit diagnostics of personality values: prospects and limitations.

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Abstract

The paper presents results of several studies applying implicit techniques of investigation into person values in connection with behavior in different situations: at simulation of decision-making in organization, in real situations of testing and in situations assuming the possibility of being late. The paper reports about development of implicit test allowing to estimate attitude to the values associated with impulsive behavior in situation of uncertainty. Results in favor of this approach accounting for values both facilitating and inhibiting certain behavior are given.

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Keywords: implicit methods, person values, behavior in situation of uncertainty

Publication rubric: Psychology in social management, human resources, organizational development

Article type: scientific article

For citation: Dominyak V., Mararitsa L.V. Implicit diagnostics of personality values: prospects and limitations. [Elektronnyi resurs]. Socio-economic and psychological problems of management,

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Information About the Authors

Vladislav Dominyak, PhD in Psychology, Saint-Petersburg State University, St.Petersburg, Russia, e-mail: info@dominiak.ru

Larisa V. Mararitsa, PhD in Psychology, Assistant Professor, Department of Social Psychology, Faculty of Psychology, Saint Petersburg State University, St.Petersburg, Russia, ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3858-5369, e-mail: larisamararitsa@mail.ru

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