2001'1, p.82
Pasternak N. A.
The inner plan for action as an index of general personality development

The paper presented asks about the role of the inner plan for actions (IPA) when changing one summarizing level to another one. The research aimed to test the summarizing features of single words characteristic of individual properties as well as the extent of summarizing notions underlying the ideas of the volunteers differing in IPA summarizing level concerning "the proper" conduct. It is shown that the IPA level rise affects the features of intellectual summarizing: starting with the similarity and contrast summarizing through the meaning differentiation of single words with their integration following. The IPA level rise increases the summarizing level in forming the ideas of the "proper" conduct. It is concluded that the individual IPA level influences both one's cognitive features and personality forming dimensions.