Associative Picture of the World in the Diachronic Aspect

Keywords: associative dictionaries, stimulus, reaction, language consciousness


The article is devoted to the study of the linguistic consciousness of Russians and Ukrainians in the diachronic aspect. The aim of the study is to determine the vector of displacement of the axiological component in the choice of estimates and preferences from among the basic values of informants-Slavs of different generations The material of the study was associative dictionaries compiled on the basis of associative experiments conducted in different periods. Currently, the world practice of associative research has accumulated a solid lexicographic material, recognized as one of the most reliable ways of access to the linguistic consciousness of man, which is understood by us as "ovneshnennye" linguistic signs of knowledge about the world, its projection in the mental apparatus of man – images of consciousness. This associative method of research of linguistic consciousness allows to explain the facts revealed in psycholinguistic experiments through their connection with ethno-cultural features and with their general cultural values.



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Dmitryuk, N., & Arynbayeva, R. (2021). Associative Picture of the World in the Diachronic Aspect. Psycholinguistics in a Modern World, 16, 75-79.