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PSYCHOLOGY

ISSN 2227-6017 (ONLINE), ISSN 2303-9868 (PRINT), DOI: 10.18454/IRJ.2227-6017
ПИ № ФС 77 - 51217, 16+

EMOTIONAL-VOLITIONAL READINESS FOR PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITY OF PSYCHOLOGICAL STUDENTS OF DIFFERENT TRAINING COURSES

Posted in 2020, Issue № 03(93) March 2020, PSYCHOLOGY | 0 comments

The paper discusses the content of the emotional-volitional readiness of future psychologists for professional activities. The following indicators were identified as the leading indicators of students’ emotional-volitional readiness: emotional intelligence, empathic abilities, emotional stability. The results of an empirical study show that senior psychology students have higher emotional-volitional readiness for future professional activities than second-year students.

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RECOMMENDATIONS FOR EFFECTIVE INTERACTION OF TEACHERS AND CHILDREN SUFFERING FROM HYPERKINETIC BEHAVIOR SYNDROME

Posted in 2020, Issue № 03(93) March 2020, PSYCHOLOGY | 0 comments

The number of students of the hyperactive type has been growing inexorably for various reasons in recent years. The teacher’s lack of education on the issue of hyperkinetic behavior syndrome (HBS), ignorance of the nature of this pathology leads to difficulties in the teacher’s work.

Hyperkinetic behavior syndrome (HBS) in children is an urgent psychological and pedagogical problem. The paper will be interesting primary to school teachers, and school psychologists.

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HEALTH-SAVING BEHAVIOR MODEL IN DIFFERENT GENERATIONS OF RUSSIANS

Posted in 2020, Issue №2(92) February 2020, PSYCHOLOGY | 0 comments

The main objective of the presented work is to develop a model of health-saving behavior of different generations of Russians. The formation of attitudes towards health is influenced by the individual values of an individual and the factors of subjective economic well-being and intrinsic motivation for maintaining and strengthening health. The respondents were young Russians of the age of 18-25 (574 people); 293 people were the representatives of generations X (born in 1963-1984) and 184 of the respondents were born in 1943-1963. The following methods were used in the study: S. Schwartz’s PVQ-R method [12], the “Your lifestyle” method [4] and the “Subjective economic well-being” method [11]. The attitudes of young people toward health are more positive than those of other generations of Russians. The value of “Autonomy: thoughts” is universal for all generations of Russians in the structure of the formation of attitudes towards health. At the same time, the values of individualism play the largest role in the formation of attitudes towards health among the representatives of generation Y, and the traditional values in the baby boomer generation. The factors of subjective economic well-being and intrinsic motivation for maintaining health also influence the formation of attitudes regarding healthy lifestyles, and the social and cognitive aspects of attitudes toward health are more pronounced in the structure of health-saving behavior among representatives of the baby boomer generation.

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DYNAMICS OF SELF-ATTITUDE OF STUDENTS IN PSYCHOLOGY VOCATIONAL TRAINING PROGRAM

Posted in 2020, Issue №2(92) February 2020, PSYCHOLOGY | 0 comments

The paper presents the results of dynamics diagnostics of the self-relationship integral factor of an individual and its components in students under the Psychology training program. We can talk about the presence of ambivalence in the self-concept of graduates of this program, which is typical for those entering the faculty of psychology. However, it should be confidentially noted that the process of entering the professional field of psychology contributes to the integration of various personal aspects, which is manifested in more pronounced attitudes towards self-acceptance, self-knowledge, self-development, and a decrease in the dependence of self-relation on external evaluation.

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THE SOCIAL PRECONDITIONS AND THE PRINCIPLES FOR BUILDING THE FORMING PROGRAM OF HEALTHY LIFESTYLE IN GRADUATE STUDENTS

Posted in 2014, Issue June 2014, PSYCHOLOGY | 0 comments

Both the analysis of social preconditions and the principles of the forming the effective program of healthy lifestyle in students are presented. The article contains the examples of realizing three steps of the program.

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PROFESSIONAL SELF-DETERMINATION OF STUDENTS IN ART COLLEGE

Posted in 2020, Issue № 01(91) January 2020, PSYCHOLOGY | 0 comments

The paper considers the understanding of the essence of professional self-determination. The authors highlight psychological indicators of professional self-determination in adolescence. The results of an empirical study of professional and personal identity, educational and professional motivation as indicators characterizing professional self-determination among students of art college are presented in this work. The need for psychological support of professional self-determination of college students is shown as well.

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CONNECTION OF COPING STRATEGY WITH LOCUS OF CONTROL

Posted in 2020, Issue № 01(91) January 2020, PSYCHOLOGY | 0 comments

The basic theoretical aspects of the concept of coping, coping behavior, coping strategies are considered in the paper. A brief review of the theory of coping, concepts, and components of coping strategies are also given in this work. The authors present the data of own empirical research on the sample of workers, in which the dependence of coping strategies on the locus of control is revealed. Significant connections of the “problem solving” coping strategy with internality in the field of health and general internality were revealed.

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CORRELATION BETWEEN COMPONENTS OF PERSONAL POTENTIAL AND CAREER ORIENTATION WOMEN’S WITH DIFFERENT LEVELS OF AUTHORITY

Posted in 2014, Issue May 2014, PSYCHOLOGY | 0 comments

The article analyzes the components of personal potential and career orientation women’s in managerial positions and women in submission. Is considered the structural and substantial features of personal potential for different types of career orientation.

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METACOMPETENCE IN THE CONTEXT OF PSYCHOLOGICAL CULTURE

Posted in 2014, Issue May 2014, PSYCHOLOGY | 0 comments

Expanded view of the professional expertise of the bachelor outlined new tasks of the University, not only related to professional competence of the student, but the tasks of education of psychological culture of personality. The aim of the article is the revelation of the functions of metacompetence as a universal competencies of professional, including in the context of psychological culture of a future professional

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HEALTH BEHAVIOUR IN ELDERLY PEOPLE IN THE SYSTEM OF VALUE ORIENTATIONS

Posted in 2014, Issue May 2014, PSYCHOLOGY | 0 comments

The article discusses the nature and role of health behavior in older people in the system of value orientations. Social worker, a psychologist in their work with older people should be able to identify and assess the value orientation of an elderly person.

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TO THE PROBLEM OF ACCURACY OF PROSPECTIVE AND RETROSPECTIVE METAMEMORY JUDGEMENTS UNDER THE PROACTIVE INTERFERENCE CONDITION

Posted in 2014, Issue May 2014, PSYCHOLOGY | 0 comments

The article presents the results of an experiment which indicate that the accuracy of prospective and retrospective metamemory judgments under the proactive interference condition in different ways depends on the level of awareness of its implementation. It is also assumed that the prospective metamemory judgments are more accurate under analytical-based conditions while retrospective metamemory judgments are accurate under heuristic-based ones.

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FEATURES OF ATTITUDE TO PARENTS IN TEENAGERS SUFFERING FROM ONCOMEMATOLOGICAL DISEASES

Posted in 2019, Issue № 12(90) December 2019, PSYCHOLOGY | 0 comments

The paper discusses the features of the relationship of adolescents suffering from hematologic diseases to their mothers. Using one of the options of the I. M. Markovskaya’s questionnaire, “Parent-child interaction,” the samples of adolescent cancer patients and healthy peers for adolescents were compared in terms of the severity and structural coherence of various characteristics of the child’s attitude to a mother. Adolescents suffering from hematologic diseases are more likely to accept their mothers and cooperate with them; the structure of the relationships between the scales of the questionnaire indicates an integrated positive perception of a mother: the desire of cancer patients to relatives, trusting relationships with a mother, the search for support from her is combined with the perception of a parent as an authority, a positive attitude to the necessary rigor of a mother.

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ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF EXTREME SPORTS

Posted in 2019, Issue № 12(90) December 2019, PSYCHOLOGY | 0 comments

An extreme sport isn’t a casual pursuit. It requires its athletes to train – to stay current, honing skills and learning obsessively – in order to stay in one piece[1]. Due to the fact that the pace of life increases, stressful situations and the accumulation of negative effects grow among the youth we can see the tendency of increasing the interest in the extreme sports. But not everyone can understand the beauty and danger of this sport, because it is so dangerous that it can lead to death. The aim of the work is to consider extreme sports from two points of view: advantages and disadvantages according to the conducted survey. The tasks of the work are as follows: to reveal the features of rock climbing, to determine the degree of influence of this sport on a person and his environment as a whole.

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INTENSITY EFFECTS OF TRANSCRANIAL ALTERNATING CURRENT STIMULATION ON HUMAN CORTICAL EXCITABILITY

Posted in 2019, Issue № 12(90) December 2019, PSYCHOLOGY | 0 comments

The present methodological study aimed to investigate the effects of Transcranial alternating current stimulation intensity (ranged 0.25-2 mA) influence of beta (20 Hz) stimulation of primary motor cortex and to test the hypothesis of these effects to be non-monotonic.
We collected data from 20 healthy subjects (age M=23.5, SD=4.16, 10 females), with no history of mental and neurological diseases or traumas, all right-handed, with no drug, alcohol or caffeine use in the days preceding the experiment.
On one hand, we observed not only the absence of any difference between all the beta intensity conditions into primary motor cortex excitation but also no difference between all beta conditions and neither alpha or sham controls nor baselines. On the other hand, our data revealed a cumulative effect of prolonged stimulation and sensitivity to this effect based on an individual motor threshold.
The finding that electrical stimulation effects can differ based on the individual motor threshold may have a great impact on clinical application and cognitive investigations.

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ATTITUDE TO HEALTH AS FACTOR OF PHYSICAL CULTURE ACTIVITIES

Posted in 2019, Issue № 11(89) November 2019, PSYCHOLOGY | 0 comments

The attitude to health is a system of beliefs, feelings, and behavioral patterns that promote or impede the preservation and maintenance of health. This phenomenon is the basis of motivation for physical education. Harmonious health beliefs dominate in persons who regularly attend a gym. This group can be divided into two types: traditional and fashionable. The first ones follow the ideas that have been formed at a young and mature age about how to protect their health, while the second ones follow fashion in the field of health care and strive to learn new methods and techniques. Persons who are not involved in physical education are dominated by conniving in relation to health.

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SPECIFICS OF PERSONAL SELF-CONCEPTION AND PSYCHOLOGICAL CONDITIONS OF PERSONS WHO CARRY OUT HEALTH-PROMOTING TYPES OF PHYSICAL TRAINING

Posted in 2019, Issue № 11(89) November 2019, PSYCHOLOGY | 0 comments

The results obtained during the course of this study indicate that regular physical training and sports, and a physically active lifestyle contribute to improving mood and well-being, as well as harmonize a personal self-conception of the “physical I” of a person, bringing the importance of their body and their satisfaction. At the same time, we obtained results that testify to the relationship between the subject’s negative assessment of own “physical I” and the choice of behavioral strategies that cause undoubted harm to health.

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PSYCHOLOGICAL DEFENSE MECHANISMS OF OLDER WOMEN LIVING IN BOARDING HOUSES

Posted in 2014, Issue April 2014, PSYCHOLOGY | 0 comments

This article describes the features that distinguish the psychological defense mechanisms of older women residing in a specialized institution (boarding house, nursing home). The data on the existence of the relationship between coping strategies and age older women, duration of residence in a boarding house.

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PROVISION OF STUDENT’S PERSONALITY RIGHT TO SAFETY IN CHANGING SOCIAL – POLITICAL CONDITIONS

Posted in 2014, Issue April 2014, PSYCHOLOGY | 0 comments

The article presents the rationale necessary psychological and socio – political support of students to ensure the personality right to safety in terms of social threats and terrorist activities, the formation of resistance to the influence of negative information, the formation of intercultural competence to prepare students for the international student cooperation. The peculiarities of perception of student violation of personality right to safety in a changing socio – political conditions. Presents the structural and substantive characteristics of generalized information factors – cognitive component of psychological safety.

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UNIVERSITY STUDENTS’ REPRESENTATIONS ABOUT THE SUBJECT OF PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITY

Posted in 2014, Issue April 2014, PSYCHOLOGY | 0 comments

The article is devoted to the study of the professional presentations of University students. It presents a comparative analysis of the motives of choice of profession, professional significant qualities of students-psychologists and students-technologists.

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PECULIARITIES OF CHILD-PARENT RELATIONS IN TERMS OF WALDORF PEDAGOGY

Posted in 2019, Issue № 10(88) October 2019, PSYCHOLOGY | 0 comments

The article analyzes the ideas of Waldorf pedagogy concerning parent-child relationships in the pre-school period in comparison with the views on the nature of the relationship between parents and children that have developed in the historic cultural approach. It is shown that, from the point of view of historic cultural psychology, the child’s methods of regulating behavior are acquired during joint activities in the zone of the child’s closest development, which can be provided by significant adults, primarily parents, in the pre-school period. In accordance with the views of Waldorf pedagogy, a parent can only serve as an adequate example to follow for a child giving an incentive for active independent study of both surrounding and inner world. Instead of providing a child with proven knowledge schemes for internalization during joint activities, a parent only creates subjective conditions for self-identification of the laws of knowledge in accordance with the spiritual principle laid down in each child.

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