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Fractal computer visualization in psychological research E. I. Meshcheryakova, A. V. Larionova

By: Meshcheryakova, Emma I. 1939-2020Contributor(s): Larionova, Anastasiya VMaterial type: ArticleArticleSubject(s): фракталы | компьютерная визуализация | психология | психодиагностика | креативностьGenre/Form: статьи в журналах Online resources: Click here to access online In: AI & Society Vol. 32, № 1. P. 121-133Abstract: This paper is devoted to the issue of fractal computer visualization in the field of psychological research; it describes some features of visual information interaction between a person and the world. The present paper, part of the research project Personal Fractal, focuses on computer fractal images as a stimulus material for psychodiagnostic purposes. The study is based on a new understanding of scientificity and systematicity criteria in psychological science. We follow the principle of psychology approaching a person’s daily life and the creative modern information experience. Participants’ creativity was analyzed by means of fractal computer images. These images were found to possess a pronounced psychodiagnostic, psychocorrectional, and psychotherapeutic potential to be applied as an important methodological resource for psychological aid. The authors assume that the interplay between individualization and socialization can be interpreted in terms of the concept of fractality as a similarity of sociopsychological phenomena. The pilot study results are preceded by an extensive theoretical review reflecting historical and cultural aspects of the problem of fractal computer visualization.
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This paper is devoted to the issue of fractal computer visualization in the field of psychological research; it describes some features of visual information interaction between a person and the world. The present paper, part of the research project Personal Fractal, focuses on computer fractal images as a stimulus material for psychodiagnostic purposes. The study is based on a new understanding of scientificity and systematicity criteria in psychological science. We follow the principle of psychology approaching a person’s daily life and the creative modern information experience. Participants’ creativity was analyzed by means of fractal computer images. These images were found to possess a pronounced psychodiagnostic, psychocorrectional, and psychotherapeutic potential to be applied as an important methodological resource for psychological aid. The authors assume that the interplay between individualization and socialization can be interpreted in terms of the concept of fractality as a similarity of sociopsychological phenomena. The pilot study results are preceded by an extensive theoretical review reflecting historical and cultural aspects of the problem of fractal computer visualization.

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