Psycholinvistic Potential Neurogenesis (justification of the application of psycholinguistic techniques for the self-improvement of the mechanisms of the Human consciousness using the idea of neurogenesis)

Keywords: psycholinguistic techniques, idealistic approach, quantum theory, neurogenesis, self-improvement, Consciousness, thinking, morphogenetic system, quantum-mechanical system, psycho-bio-energoinformation complex.


The purpose of the study is to justify the use of psycholinguistic techniques for self-improvement mechanisms of human consciousness using the idea of neurogenesis. The research method consisted in the following procedures: 1) a detailed study of the history of the problem of the formation of the targeted use of psycholinguistic techniques that can become a tool for expanding the human Consciousness; 2) the expression of constructive criticism of the materialistic theoretical postulates; 3) the formulation (on the basis of criticism, which was discussed in paragraph 2)) of the tasks and prospects for the formation of a Self-Improving Person's Consciousness based on the use of psycholinguistic techniques. Results. In accordance with the first research procedure, the author analyzed the works of predecessors (P. Brock, N. Doydzha, C. Wernicke, S. Volinski, F. Gall, A. Luria, P. Bach-i-Rita, D. Plaut, R. Wilson, D. Hebba, B. Arrowsmouth Young), which used psycho-linguistic techniques aimed at the expansion of human consciousness. Within the framework of the second research procedure, the results of the experiments of the above-mentioned authors expressed constructive criticism of the materialistic approach to explaining the use of psycholinguistic methods as one of the optimal means of human self-improvement. Based on the implementation of the third procedure, the author drew attention to a number of trends (approaches) in the implementation of psycholinguistic techniques, which have a wide potential in the use of the ideas of neurogenesis. Findings. The author justified the use of psycholinguistic techniques for self-improvement mechanisms of human consciousness using the idea of neurogenesis. In addition to the above, the author has thoroughly studied the history of the problem of forming a targeted use of psycholinguistic techniques that can become a tool for expanding human Consciousness. Constructive criticisms of materialistic and idealistic theoretical tenets are made, and on the basis of criticism, the tasks and perspectives of forming the Consciousness of a self-improving person with the help of psycholinguistic techniques that take into account modern advances in neurogenesis are formulated.


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Krutov, V. (2019). Psycholinvistic Potential Neurogenesis (justification of the application of psycholinguistic techniques for the self-improvement of the mechanisms of the Human consciousness using the idea of neurogenesis). PSYCHOLINGUISTICS, 25(1), 165-193.