Phenomena of the Mind Related to Human Perception and Representations


Dr. Oleg Maltsev


Current scientific intelligence represents a compilation of research findings and the outcomes of practical experiments conducted by Academician Maltsev between 2022 and 2023. The primary objective is to delve into the underlying causes and essence of phenomena of the mind that play a pivotal role in determining the effectiveness of one's efforts towards achieving meaningful outcomes and professional development.

Within the research framework, the sport discipline under scrutiny is skeet shooting, selected for its capacity to serve as a high-quality arena for practical experimental models. This article is dedicated to exploring various facets of the human mind, particularly in relation to perception and its interpretation of phenomena, objects, subjects, events, and incidents. These processes directly influence the sequencing of result attainment and the overall quality of an individual's social realization. In the subsequent discussion, we will delve into the paramount role and significance of these mind phenomena in decision-making, training, and the practical application of existing skills and knowledge.



Author Biography

Dr. Oleg Maltsev, European Academy of Sciences of Ukraine

Author, scientist, criminologist, psychologist, photographer, and investi­gative journalist. He is the head of the Memory Institute, named after Grigory Semenovich Popov, and the author of groundbreaking scholarly works in criminology, psychology, and philosophy. He is a presidium member and academic member at the European Academy of Sciences in Ukraine (EUASU). He has been engaged in scholarly work for nearly 30 years and has conducted field research with the Expeditionary Corps of the Memory Institute, for a decade. This comparative international research explores the reasons why different nations and rulers attained power throughout history, with an emphasis on culture, military and scientific technique, and mentality. His recent work in English language is Jean Baudrillard, Maestro: The Last Prophet of Europe co-authored together with Dr. Lucien-Samir Oulahbib. Dr. Oleg Maltsev is currently working with Dr. Harvey W. Kushner on a forthcoming book addressing the subject of war crimes.


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