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Publisher: National Research University Higher School of Economics

ISSN: 1813-8918

Started in 2005

Published quarterly


Conscious Self-Control: the Structure/Function and Content Aspects

Konopkin O.A., PhD in Psychology, Chief researcher at the Institute of Psychology, Russian Academy of Education. Member of Russian Academy of Education, professor., Moscow, Russia,
The author analyses two main aspects of regulatory processes that determine their perfection, the stage of development and characteristics of performance. The former, «structural-and-functional aspect», relates to the inner mechanisms of conscious voluntary self-control. The latter, to deal with so-called psychological content, relates to psychological means with which the individual realises the functional structure of control. The second aspect has advantages: it enlarges and deepens the image of control processes, both cognitive and pragmatic; it shows the role of emotions, motivations and personality; it demonstrates the functional unity of the mind in the conscious self-control processes. The live process of psychological control exists as a basic unity of both structure (form) and content, each of which alone is insufficient.

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