Psycholinguistic Indicators of Non-reflexive Self-texts of Students-psychologists

Keywords: non-reflexive self-texts, students-psychologists, psycholinguistic indicators, imaginative associations, metalogical and autological means of verbalization.

Abstract

Psycholinguistic indicators of non-reflexive self-texts of students-civilian psychologists’ and students-military psychologists’ groups as well as male and female parts of groups are determined. These texts are characterized by variability in the total number of words with a higher number of them and a higher frequency of using the pronoun “I” and a higher index of logical coherence in students-military psychologists. Five thematic blocks and imaginative associations inside of them have been singled out using content analysis: reflective person, person in development and search, person in trials and psychological problems, positive person, and social person represented unevenly in the sample groups. Metalogical means of imaginative associations expression prevail in texts of students-psychologists. They are presented differently in thematic blocks of different groups.

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Published
2021-12-11
How to Cite
Krupelnytska, L., & Kudrina, T. (2021). Psycholinguistic Indicators of Non-reflexive Self-texts of Students-psychologists. Psycholinguistics in a Modern World, 16, 165-169. https://doi.org/10.31470/10.31470/2706-7904-2021-16-165-169