Mathews Journal of Psychiatry & Mental Health

2474-7564

Previous Issues Volume 2, Issue 1 - 2017

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Evaluating the Meaning of the Information Message and Speech-Mental Activity of a Person

Sergey Fadyushin1*, Leonid Vladimirov1, Elena Elsukova2, Lyudmila Krasyuk2, Galina Tsyganova2

1Associate Professor Far Eastern Federal University, Vladivostok, Russky Island, Russia.

2Senior, lecturer, Far Eastern Federal University, Vladivostok, Russky Island, Russia.

Corresponding Author: Sergey Fadyushin, Associate Professor, Far Eastern Federal University, Vladivostok, Russky Island, Russia, Tel: +7 423 265-24-29; E-Mail: [email protected]

Received Date: 12 Dec 2016
Accepted Date: 23 Jan 2017  
Published Date: 25 Jan 2017   

Copyright © 2017 Fadyushin S

Citation: Fadyushin S, Vladimirov L, Elsukova E, Krasyuk L, et al. (2017). Evaluating the Meaning of the Information Message and Speech-Mental Activity of a Person. Mathews J Psychiatry Ment Health. 2(1): 011.

 

ABSTRACT
We would like to offer to the attention of the readers a scientific report as a statement of the author's hypothesis, which is experimentally tested, but requires an additional verification. The report addresses the trends outlined in the course of the scientific research on identification of regular patterns that describe the influence of information on people. The content of this scientific report relates to the field of interdisciplinary scientific research at the junction of the information theory and cognitive psychology. The article describes the criteria for evaluating the meaning of an information message and a speechmental activity of a person. Subject to an appropriate follow-on development, the results obtained can be applied in cognitive psychology, psychiatry and in the domain of artificial intellect.

 

KEYWORDS
Information; Entropy; Cognitive Psychology; Galvanic Skin Response; Delirium.


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