The regulatory functions of education in behavioral model

Горбань, Олександр Володимирович and Мартич, Руслана Василівна (2019) The regulatory functions of education in behavioral model Науковий вісник національного гірничого університету (3). pp. 152-157. ISSN 2071-2227

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Abstract

Purpose. To use the behavioral approach to distinguish and consider the main functions of education, which are used to manage and identify neurobiological and social systems. Methodology. The authors used an interdisciplinary approach, in particular, the neurobiological, social and psychological, natural science and sociological concepts. The interdisciplinarity of the methodology allowed the authors to identify and reveal the regulatory functions of education on the basis of the behavioral approach. Developments in the field of neurophilosophy and neurosociology were of great methodological importance. In the work the authors used the methods of historicism, comparativism, analysis, synthesis, and others. Findings. The choice of a behavioral approach for the disclosure of the regulatory functions of education is explained by its mathematical and physical capabilities to model a wide range of neurobiological and social systems. In the problematic field of neurosociology, the authors examined the behavioral models that allowed them to identify and consider three key functions of education that, as external stimuli, affected the transitive core of neurobiological and social systems: 1. A form-building function, which is fully disclosed in the behavioral model of the neurobiological and social system, in which the transitive core is the essence of arete. Arete, as a transitive core, consists of three existentials: mind or noos (νους –“intellect”); knowledge or episteme (ἐπιστήµη); techne (τέχνη). 2. A developing function, which regulates orientation of human self-realization. The developing function of education regulates features of manifestation of a transitive core, or establishes a certain vector of execution of the behavioral model of the neurobiological and social system. 3. A stabilizing function, which brings neurobiological and social systems into a state of “global sustainability”. The regulatory functions of education have the formation of a stable model of the individual behavior as their ultimate goal. Initially acting as an external stimulus, the regulatory functions of education over time are evolving into a new qualitative state – the functions of self-regulation. Neurobiological and social systems are trained self-control skills. They learn to manage their own external activities and self-development. Originality. The authors used a behavioral approach to study the functions of education. The authors have established and considered three key functions of education that, in the role of external stimuli, affect the transitive core of the neurobiological and social systems: a) formative; b) developing; c) stabilizing. Practical value. The behavioral approach allows modeling a wide spectrum of behavior of neurobiological and social systems: family, groups, cities, civilization and culture. Behavioral modeling of the social processes and behavioral acts in neurosociology improves the quality of management of neurobiological and social systems. Education in behavioral modeling is considered as an important regulator of the behavior of neurobiological and social systems, which improves the quality of management of interconnected systems

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: behavioral approach; behavior; social learning theory; management; Behavioral models; neurosociology
Subjects: Статті у наукометричних базах > Scopus
Divisions: Факультети > Історико-філософський факультет > Кафедра філософії
Depositing User: професор Олександр Володимирович Горбань
Date Deposited: 16 Aug 2019 12:01
Last Modified: 16 Aug 2019 12:01
URI: http://elibrary.kubg.edu.ua/id/eprint/27759

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