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Макадамс Д.П. Психология жизненных историй

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Журнал
Методология и история психологии. 2008. Том 3. Выпуск 3
Раздел
Психология индивидуальности
Страницы
135-166
Тип
Научная статья
Заглавие
Психология жизненных историй
Авторы
Макадамс Дэн П.
Аннотация
В последние годы появляются свидетельства о возрастании научного интереса к автобиографической памяти, жизненным историям и нарративным подходам к человеческому поведению и опыту. В этом контексте представляется актуальной сформулированная Дэном П. Макадамсом концепция идентичности как жизненной истории. Он утверждает, что люди в современном обществе обеспечивают внутреннее единство, согласованность целей и осмысленность своей жизни путем конструирования интернализованных и развивающихся Я-нарративов. Представление о том, что идентичность – это жизненная история, соответствует множеству важных тем в психологии развития, когнитивной психологии, психологии личности и культурной психологии. В работе автором представлен обзор и обобщающий анализ современных теорий и результатов изучения жизненных историй в таких областях, как исследования самопонимания, автобиографическая память, структура личности и ее изменения, а также сложные взаимоотношения между жизнью отдельного человека и современной организацией культуры.
Ключевые слова
  • жизненная история
  • идентичность
  • нарратив
  • автобиографическая память
  • личность
  • культура
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