Tamara Nykoliuk

Name, surname: Tamara Nykoliuk

Academic degree: Ph.D. in Philology (2009) on specialty: Ukrainian literature

Position: Associate Рrofessor of Ukrainian and Foreign Linguistics Department  

E-mail: toma.lntu@ukr.net

Research interests: psycholinguistics, neurolinguistic programming, psychopoetics, Ukrainian prose of XX – XXI centuries

Courses: Ukrainian language (in professional direction)

Publications: the author of 50 publications.

ARTICLES IN PROFESSIONAL RESEARCH JOURNALS OF UKRAINE (MAIN):

 

1. Nykoliuk, T. (2009) The problem of psychological alienation of the main heroes in the prose of Victor Domontovych and Valeryan Pidmogylny. Language and culture. Kyiv: Dmitry Burago Publishing House. P. 12. P. 262-266. (in Ukrainian).

2. Nykoliuk, T. (2012) Features of the artist psychology (based on the drama of Volodymyr Vynnychenko "Chorna Pantera and Bilyy Medvid". Actual problems of Ukrainian literature and folklore. Donetsk: Donetsk National University. P. 17. P. 54-58. (in Ukrainian).

3. Nykoliuk, T. (2012) Fear as a constant feeling in the novels of Volodymyr Vynnychenko "Your last Word, Mr. Stalin" and Ivan Bagryanyy "The Garden of Hetsyman". Actual problems of Slavic philology. Berdyansk: BSU.P. 3. P. 23-28. (in Ukrainian).

4. Nykoliuk, T. (2014) Psychological portrait of a creative person in the story of Volodymyr Danylenko "My little sweetheart, black and hairy". Actual problems of Ukrainian literature and folklore. Donetsk: Donetsk National University. P. 21. P. 17-22. (in Ukrainian).

5. Nykoliuk, T. (2017) Psychotype of labor emigrant in modern Ukrainian prose. Bulletin of Dnipropetrovsk University named after. Alfred Nobel. Dnipropetrovsk: Dnipropetrovsk National University. P. 2. P. 25-30. (in Ukrainian).

 

RESEARCH PAPERS PUBLISHED ABROAD:

 

1.   Nykoliuk, T. (2013) Anthroponymy of folk toponymic prose of Western Polessye of Ukraine. Actual problems of the humanities and natural sciences. Moscow P. 2. P. 82-87.

2.   Nykoliuk, T. (2013) Motives of ancient architecture, folk handicrafts in toponymic prose of Western Polessye of Ukraine and modernity. Actual problems of the humanities and natural sciences. Moscow. P. 11.