Роль антиципации и ожиданий в инсайтном решении

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  • Сергей Коровкин

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54359/ps.v14i76.141

Ключевые слова:

инсайт, антиципация, ожидания, цель, решение задач, предсказательное кодирование

Аннотация

В ходе теоретического анализа роли антиципации и ожиданий в инсайтном решении задач было выяв-лено, чтопоиск инсайтного решения представляет собой направленный процесс, обусловленный как прошлым опытом, таки образом цели или критерием приближения к ней. Выделены два типа анти-ципации: антиципация от материала основана на ограничении возможных исходов благодаря исполне-нию автоматизированных процессов, антиципация от задачи основана на построении репрезентациизадачи, включающей в себя представление об ожидаемом результате. Оба вида определяют целена-правленность решениятворческих задач, но, по всей видимости, на разных этапах. Делается предпо-ложение, что сознательная доступность ожиданий в случае антиципации от задачи открывает возмож-ность сознательного анализа образа целевого состояния и критериев продвижения к цели.

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Автор

Сергей Коровкин

Коровкин Сергей Юрьевич. Кандидат психологических наук, доцент кафедры общей психологии, факультет психологии, Ярославский государственный университет им. П.Г. Демидова, проезд Матросова, д. 9, 204. 156057 Ярославль, Россия. E-mail: korovkin_su@list.ru

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07.05.2021

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Коровкин, С. (2021). Роль антиципации и ожиданий в инсайтном решении. Психологические исследования, 14(76). https://doi.org/10.54359/ps.v14i76.141

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