Description of Psychological States at Different Levels of Personal Viability
T. A. Klimontova, Y. V. Chepurko
Specific features of personality psychological states at different levels of personal viability are considered. Personal viability is a basic belief system being one of the psychological conditions determining the character of typical psychological states. Structural components of typical psychological states are analyzed they are psychological processes, physiological changes, experiences, and behavior. Significant difference of psychological states experience of subjects with high and low level of viability is revealed. Correlation between the level of personal viability and psychological states experience is identified: high level of viability provides the basis for behavior tolerance, mental functions processing.
psychological states, experience rating scale, experience orientation, physiological change, viability