The problems of foreign language communication in a polylogue are considered. The influence of interpersonal relationships of the participants on communication in a small group is studied. The charasterisic features of polylogue as a form of group communication and the parameters of an effective polylogue are studied. Both the motivational factors of verbal communication and the psychological barriers to communication are listed. The interdependence of sociometric status and verbal behavior of the polylogue participants is investigated. Means and instructional techniques of optimization of the verbal behavior of communicants with a low sociometric status are identified.
The article is devoted to the problem of selfdisclosure of a personality as implicit readiness to active self-fulfillment. The author examines positive and negative consequences of self-disclosure in communication and studies temporal boundaries, time and relevance of self-disclosure of a person in dyadic, interpersonal and inter-group relationship.