Romanov Konstantin M.,
Doctor of Psychology, Professor, Department of Psychology, Ogarev Mordovia State University (Saransk, Russia), email@example.com
Romanov Daniil K.,
Senior Assistant, Department of Psychology, Ogarev Mordovia State University (Saransk, Russia), firstname.lastname@example.org
This article discusses some features of historically earliest forms of manipulative communication and interpersonal understanding. As the object of analysis it used Mordovian folk tales as the representatives of psychological experience of the ethnic group.
Keywords: communication; interpersonal understanding; psychological culture; Mordovian folk tales; manipulation; manipulation subject; the victim of manipulation.
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