Socionics is a science and technology that allows you to predict the behavior and style of human activity, the team and society as a whole, to determine the compatibility of people in the family and business, and to form teams of like-minded people.

International Institute of Socionics

International Institute of Socionics (IIS) has long-standing experience of practical work with large management and industrial collectives, especially in Russia and Ukraine. The newest technologies - S-technologies - based on achievements of socionics, psychology and computer modeling are used in this work. They allow simulating a situation in collective and to predict results of rearrangements, reorganization and filling of vacancies.

Contact:

International Institute of Socionics
Melnikova str., 12
Kyiv, Ukraine, 04050
phone: (+38098) 155-45-44
mail: 123@socionic.info

International Institute of Socionics presents

S-technologies

and journals:


Discovery of the personality structure and compatibility laws

Socionics studies the laws of exchange of information in the human psyche and in human society and gives the opportunity

  • to describe the nature of the thinking and behavior of people, collectives or society as a whole;
  • to predict the relationship between people in the family, the production team, the management team and even in the space crew;
  • to analyze the socio-political processes taking place in society.

Today socionics is taught in 200 universities, with the use of methods of socionics more than 900 theses are defended .

More:
Application of socionics   |  Socionics for everyone


Subdivisions of the International Institute of Socionics

Books and journals on socionics

Bookstore

Here you can purchase electronic versions of socionics, psychology and management journals, as well as books and articles.

Journals of the International Institute of Socionics

IIS Publishing Center

Full information about the journals published by the International Socionics Institute.

Socionic Library

Socionic Library

Open access to texts on socionics and related topics.