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2020. Vol. 10. No. 3. P. 6–7 [issue contents]


We present our journal’s new edition Issue #3, 2020.

In the section Research in organizational psychology presented the study "Organizational Humanity Index: rationale, measurement, and use" by Alexander Bulgakov, which provides empirical evidence that to solve the human problems of the organization is not enough just the idea of tolerance. The results of another study are presented in the article "Psychological emotional burnout markers in psychiatrists-narcologists with different work experience" by Natalia Smirnova and Andrey Soloviev, the authors come to the conclusion that psychological markers allow us to determine the main areas of professional ill-being.

The Organizational psychology in practice section contains three expert articles. Mikhail Ivanov's article "Subject and object as social roles in managerial and consultative interaction", which shows that in closed (like system) organizations, both subject-object and object-object interactions are possible and effective, and subject-subject interaction involves a sufficiently long time to agree on management decisions and the boundaries of authority and responsibility. The article by Oxana Isaeva and Svetlana Savinova "Assessment of future managers'" soft skills "through psycho-diagnostic and graphology methods" is devoted to checking the diagnostic capabilities and limitations of graphological examination in the practice of hiring personnel. The methodological advantages of thematic analysis are revealed in the article by Dmitry Khoroshilov and Olga Melnikova "Thematic analysis method in the study of ideas about women’s leadership".

The Reviews section presents the article "Creative Activity of the Employees in Organizations: the Overview of Modern Research", in which its authors Mehirban Abdullaeva and Oksana Korneva highlight three main approaches to studying creativity in the workplace: subject-oriented, contextual and subject-context.

Under the heading First Steps you will find four articles. Ekaterina Vasilyeva in the article "Psychological difficulties of Russian-Chinese intercultural communication: qualitative study of Russian entrepreneurs and employees" identifies four main categories of difficulties: building relationships; emotional difficulties; verbal difficulties; attitude to work. The topic of charity in business is raised in their article "Individual values ​​of entrepreneurs as predictors of their planned charitable behavior" by AlexanderTitov and Zarina Lepshokova. An article by Milada Pavlova and Sofya Nartova-Bochaver "Routine self-help behaviors of employees (in case of Architect offices)" is devoted to the introduction and substantiation of the concept of "routine self-help techniques" in relation to the organizational environment. An experimental study of the possibility of anticipating random and regular events in the future by people with different personality types is presented in the article "Features of decision making and leadership in the uncertainty conditions" by Ekaterina Vashurina and Takhir Bazarov.

There are three articles under the heading Organizational psychology in dialogues and discussions. Irina Vasilieva talks about a specific socio-psychological survey carried out in the 1980s on the construction of a large energy facility in order to improve the quality of labor by psychological methods in her article “Formal vs. Informal: Management consulting in "stagnant" economy. Case study". Paradoxes of psychologists ’professional identity are examined with an article of the same name by a team of authors consisting of Julia Alexandrova, Elena Kamneva, Marina Polevaya, Nikolai Pryazhnikov, Elena Pryazhnikova.The question of the need to introduce a new scientific direction and a new profession is raised by German Nikiforov and Olga Gofman in the article "Professional tasks of a health psychologist".

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