Publications

The following are summaries of the scientific publications, journals and presentations that have been released to date as well as unpublished supporting documentation. Please click on the name of a journal or presentation to view PDF versions:

Ioffe, S., Yesin, S. (2012) Personnel Security outside the Box. Psychology, Vol.3, No.2, 217-230 DOI: 10.4236/psych.2012.32031
-Real-time detection and identification of radical and mentally unstable individuals is arguably one of the most pressing threats facing our homeland security today. Current tactics, techniques and procedures are simply outdated and ineffective in spotting and assessing these human threats. A relatively new automated tool to identify radical motivations, trends and tendencies was tested in Kabul Afghanistan in 2009 – 2010 and is discussed in detail in the article.

Ioffe, S., Yesin, S., (2011) Controlled Reactivation of Psycho-Semantic Space by Subconscious (Subthreshold) Stimuli. Scientific Research; Psychology 2011. Vol.2, No.3, 181-186. DOI:10.4236
-Psycho-Semantic spaces were constructed for 25 volunteers (15 smokers and 10 non smokers) BEFORE and AFTER their exposure to the “defence reaction” development procedure to the word COBRA and subconscious teaching. Subconscious teaching was done to disassociate each participant’s psychological interrelationship towards smoking—cigarette brands.

Ioffe, S., Yesin, S., (2010) Psyche From Within: Three Clinical Case Studies Psychology, 1, 282-294
-A comparative look at the psychological health and the physical health industries uncovers the need for measurable quantitative testing in order to bring the psychological health field into the 21st century. We are using a proven set of subconscious mind testing technologies which revolutionize the quality of services and results in the field of psychological health. These technologies decrease the cost and increase the accuracy and effectiveness of psychological help. We look at three patient case studies to demonstrate the effectiveness of this new approach and familiarize psychological health practitioners and their patients with these technologies. Key words: quantitative analysis, human behaviour, psycho-semantics, subconscious teaching.

Belyakin S.A., Yesin S.V., Ioffe S. (2010) Modern set of technologies for monitoring and improvement of psychological health of the society. In the collection of hi-tech medical aide in versatile treatment-and-prophylactic institutions of all-army scientific-practical conference devoted to the 65 anniversary of the Victory in the Great Patriotic War and the 65 anniversary of the medical-diagnostic centee of 2 Central military-clinical hospital of P.V.Mandryka. – М:” economy and computer science “, p. 24-26.
-Description of how PsyExpert and SMART technologies are used in improvement of psychological health of the society.

Beljakin S.A., Petko A.P., Yesin S.V., Ioffe S. (2010) Modern psychotechnologies in treatment of excessively overweight patients. Proceedings of GIUV МО the Russian Federation. (N12)//М: the State institute for doctors of highest qualification of the Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation, p 118-119.
-Usage of the PsyExpert and SMARTTool complex in excessively overweight patients

Ioffe S., Yesin S. (2009) Place for Psychological Testing and Teaching Centers (PTTC) in the management of the mental health and wellness of the public.International Conference “Expanding our Horizons: Moving Mental Health and Wellness Promotion into the Mainstream” 4th-6th of March, Toronto, Canada, Metro Toronto Convention Centre. Proceedings 476-477.
-This paper addresses itself to the issue of bringing testing of psychological heath to the level of modern 21 century testing of physical health.

Ioffe S., Konobeevsky M. (2008) Psycho-Semantic spheres of the personality of the employees of correctional facilities. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology V23, 1, 23-34
-The study described the theoretical and methodological bases of research of psychosemantic spheres of the psyche of employees of correctional facilities (EOCF). The researchers provided practical recommendations to psychologists for psychological support of the professional work of EOCF.

Petko A.P., Esin S.V., Afanasev B.G., Ioffe S.,V. Fokin (2008) Study of subconscious definitions of markers of dependent behaviour. Proceedings of 40 anniversary FGU “3TSBKG A. A. Vishnevskogo’s of the Minister of Defence of Russia”, Izd. “Phoenix”, Krasnogorsk, p 403-404
-The study describes diagnosis of behaviour dependencies using subconscious semantic response measurement approach.

Ioffe S., Esin S.V., Afanasjev B.G., Nezhdanov I.K. (2007) Psycho-semantic diagnosis of alcoholic dependencies tested at the subconscious level in military personnel with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Polygraph Journal, APA, V36, 2, 57-69
-The study of the psycho semantic nucleus of the personality allowed researchers to initiate the treatment of motives / causes of different psychological conditions and to develop a new view of the nature and mechanisms of the pathological mental processes, which are necessary, both fundamental science and its practical application.

Ioffe S., Yesin S.V., Afanasjev B.G., Nezhdanov I.K. (2007) The influencing role of the subconscious stimulation during the treatments of the posttraumatic stress disorder and the alcohol dependencies in the military personnel. Polygraph Journal of APA V36, 3, 133-148
-The study provided support for a subconscious response measurement technique as a basis for diagnosis and treatment of patients with PTSD and alcohol dependencies, using subconscious re-teaching approach.

Ioffe, S. (2007) Subconscious semantic response measurement (SSRM Tek.) methodology as the cost effective screening approach in aviation personnel, contractors and the public. The 4th International Aviation Security Technology Symposium Nov 27th – Dec 1st, Proceedings 1 – 6
-SSRM Tek. uncover subjects with increased risk of distortion of the motivational and emotional realm, which can be manifested by adverse behavioral reactions (criminal, asocial behavior, terrorist activities, propensity for drugs, alcohol and psychoactive substances, suicide attempts and tendencies). No previous knowledge of any kind of the subject is required for effective testing. The subject tested can not prepare for the testing and can not affect either the testing procedure or test results. The test administrator can not affect or alter test results.

Yesin S.V., Afanasjev B.G., Ioffe S. (2007) Evaluation of possibilities of subconscious correction of posttraumatic stress disorder using Osgood’s test. Warfare stress: Mechanisms of stress in extreme conditions. Collection of proceedings of VI All-Russia symposium on problems of warfare stress / under I.B.Ushakova and J.A.Bubeeva’s edition – M.:Istoki, – p 79-82
-The study describes process and results of subconscious correction in PTSD patients evaluated using Semantic Differential by Osgood technique.

Current State of Psychological Personality Testing Ioffe, S.  Supporting Documentation. April (2010)
-The psycho-semantic approach uses a hypothesis that human psyche and a person’s previous experiences are organized by semantic principle and the humans are the product of information of their surrounding environment. Any traits, influences, abilities, etc. are described and experienced through words, pictures, sounds etc. Information is categorized and prioritized by emotions throughout one’s life. The major content of the human’s informational being is not accessible to his/her conscious mind it belongs to the subconscious mind.