Psychological features of the manifestation of the poly-systemic integrity of the personality

  • E. Geyko Central Ukrainian State Pedagogical University named after Volodymyr Vynnychenko
Keywords: poly-systemic integrity of the personality, types of the poly-systemic integrity of the personality, integrity, integrity of the personality


The article is devoted to revealing the specificity of the integrity of the personality, its poly-systemic structural organization. Thus, the poly-systemic integrity of the personality appears in the corresponding interconnected elements, the emphasis is on the internal correlation and conformity, as well as the hierarchy of the components or elements of the system. It is noted that integrity is associated with the presence of structures hierarchy. It is revealed that the hierarchy of structures is the general indication of integrity. Each component of the integrity has its own structure. In this way, the organization of integrity is the consistency of the structural formations of the particles in the general structure.The poly-systemic integrity of the personality is interrelated with the factors that embody the integrity of the personality in the concept of L. Sondhi. So, the stimulating effect is done by factors: "factor h" (attraction to life), "factor e" + (conscientiousness, tolerance, kindness, willingness to help), "factor k" (acceptance of yourself and the world, engagement with yourself - interaction +). The following factors negatively affect the development of the integrity of the personality: "factor p" (the expansion of power over the environment, the basis for the need to transform into conscious (+) or unconscious (-) actions of the attraction), "factor e" (lack of conscience, impatience; wickedness, malice), "factor hy" (mechanisms of psychological protection by type of blocking or mimicry against danger, ambitiousness in relation to two needs: tender love or dissoluteness), "factor k" (the position that accepts or does not accept). The function is related to the opposite tendencies of the "I": involvement in oneself is interaction (+) or negativism, renunciation (-), "factor m" (aspiration to cling to life and being, dependence on parents or, conversely, desire to be free). The aforementioned factors have revealed a significant correlation with personal factors that are part of the structure of the integrity of the personality.


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Geyko, E. (2017). Psychological features of the manifestation of the poly-systemic integrity of the personality. Fundamental and Applied Researches in Practice of Leading Scientific Schools, 21(3), 32-38. Retrieved from