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Jelen tanulmány alapja a Magyar Pszichológiai Társaság XXIV. Országos Tudományos Nagygyűlésén, Egerben elhangzott Mérei Ferenc-emlékelőadás. Konkrét célja, hogy áttekintést adjon az izolált kiscsoportok pszichológiai kutatásáról, ezen belül a földi űranalóg környezetekkel és valóságos űrutazókkal kapcsolatosan végzett pszichológiai tartalomelemzéses vizsgálatokról. Ennek során ismerteti a pszichológiai tartalomelemzés fő típusait – a tematikus, a pszichológiai konstruktum alapú, a narratív pszichológiai és – az esetenként többnyelvű – korpusznyelvészeti tartalomelemzést. Bemutatja ezek szemléletmódját és nyelvtechnológiai feltételeit, valamint a szerzők által végzett hazai és nemzetközi együttműködésben végzett kutatások néhány eredményét. Tágabb célja, hogy rávilágítson a pszichológiai tartalomelemzés számos területen történő alkalmazhatóságára.

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