1987'3, p.122
Radzihovsky L. A.
On practical work in psychological fields

Logical-methodological, social, and organizational aspects of the problem of correlation between a psychological theory (particularly - a theory of personality) and corresponding applied work are discussed. The author proceeds from the idea that a psychological theory can be "functionable" only when its logic, language and goals constitute a natural outgrowth, specific form of explication (verbalization) of the logic, language and goals of practice. Some organizational-social outcomes of the suggested approach are discussed.