The influence of personal characteristics of a journalist on working with the information. Luchioli Titian, journalist (2011), St. Petersburg State University
Young people’s orientations regarding to work in the light of the employment problems in Europe. Filipetti Alessandro, entrepreneur (2011) St. Petersburg State University
Entrepreneurs’ views on ethics in business. Alex Luft, entrepreneur (Russia, 2010) St. Petersburg State University
Psychological and biographical correlates of responsibility. Alex Karmolin, investment officer, the owner of the company (Russia, 2010) St. Petersburg State University
The aim of the research was to study the connection of personal responsibility and success in business with personal and biographical features of a person. The study consisted of a pilot and a basic part.
In the pilot study there were 11 people from 29 to 41 years old, with average age 36, including 4 women and 7 men. Two subjects are senior executives, and the rest are business owners. Among the participants in the main study there were 49 people, men and women, all currently living in Tyumen and Tyumen region, all have higher education.
Professional career: psychological coordinates. Marina Goryaeva (Master's thesis, Russia, 2009) St. Petersburg State University
Perceptual experience of art as a life event Kharitonova Tatiana, psychologist (Master's thesis, Russia, 2010) St. Petersburg State University
We have attempted to study the perceptual experience of art as existential and being immediately given in experience at the same time. The use of the phenomenological approach has allowed us to see experiencing the moment of perception by each subject as a given, and the use of methods of observation and measurement has allowed us to capture this reality. The general hypothesis of our research: the perceptual experience of works of art provokes organismic reaction and is a life event, depending on the individual characteristics of the subject and the object’s of perception influence.
Our study involved 40 people who went with us through the halls of the museum and watched six works of art we selected.
The use of cinematic images in the practice of psychological work. Julia Pikalova, Counseling Psychology (Master's thesis, Russia, 2009) St. Petersburg State University
The purpose of this study is to explore the use of cinematic images in psychological practice. Subject of the research is cinematic images, free association, subjective perception and interpretation of movies’ images. The study has found a statistically significant relationship between personal life situation (presence of past experience in the interpretative representations) and the emotions of grief, fear and resentment. These data suggests fixation of negative emotions in certain situations, and in the perception of certain images, this situation will start along with negative emotions - grief, fear or resentment.