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PSYCHOLOGICAL HEALTH OF THE PERSON: LIFE RESOURCE AND LIFE POTENTIAL

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Part 1. HEALTH AND HEALTHY LIFESTYLE VALUES
Avilov Gennady Mikhaylovich
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Avilov, G. M. (2017). Some features of the value-semantic sphere of women practicing sex role-playing games. In Yu. Savchenkov, I. Loginova, G. Baturin , M. Chernov, N. Fatkulina, H.-W. Gessmann, & L. Soinova (Eds.), III International Scientific and Practical Conference “Psychological Health of the Person: Life Resource and Life Potential (1-11). Krasnoyarsk: Verso. DOI: 10.20333/2541-9315-2017-1-11
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healthy lifestyle, sex role-playing games, sexual behavior, value-sense sphere
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Avilov Gennady Mikhaylovich Kemerovo State University Associate Professor, Department of Social Psychology and Psychosocial Technologies, Institute of Socio-Psychological 6, Krasnaya Street, Kemerovo, 650000; phone:+7 (3842) 581290; E-mail: avilg@mail.ru
The purpose of this work is to explore the peculiarities of value-semantic sphere of women practicing sexy-role-playing game. On the basis of subjective criterion (the acceptance or denial of the person's presence in his intimate life of a sexy role-playing games) and of objective criterion (signs of activity – planning, preparation, implementation, and retrieval of experience) we have identified and described the types of people in relation to sexually role play: "consciously practicing sexy-role-playing game"; "spontaneously practicing sexy-role-playing game"; "not recognizing that the practice is sexual-role-playing game" and "consciously not practicing sexy-role-playing game". Peculiarities of value-semantic sphere of personality spontaneously practicing sexy-role-playing game: they otherwise relate to such terminal values as "good and true friends", "cognition", "development", "confidence", such as the instrumental "manners"; "rationalism"; "strong will" and "sensitivity". This group stands out from all others. We have also identified that there are significant differences in the meaningfulness of life groups. The highest level of meaningfulness of life in the third group do not recognize that the practice of sexual role playing. In second place – consciously practitioner; minimum level of meaningfulness of life, the group spontaneously practicing.
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Fisher Tatiana Alexandrovna, Petrov S., Koptyug A., Sukhovey Yu., Dotsenko E.
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Fisher T., Petrov S., Koptyug A., Sukhovey Yu., Dotsenko E. (2017). A way to health through psycho-immunological well-being: example of indigenous people of Russian NORTHIn Yu. Savchenkov, I. Loginova, G. Baturin , M. Chernov, N. Fatkulina, H.-W. Gessmann, & L. Soinova (Eds.), III International Scientific and Practical Conference “Psychological Health of the Person: Life Resource and Life Potential (1-11). Krasnoyarsk: Verso. DOI: 10.20333/2541-9315-2017-12-27
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Forest Nenets, Russian North, psychic, immune, endocrine system, tundra, urban center
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Fisher Tatiana Alexandrovna Tyumen Research Centre, Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences Senior Researcher of Tyumen Research Centre, Siberian Division of Russian Academy of Sciences b. 86, Maligina str, Tyumen 625024, phone: +7 (919)9260582 E-mail: Fitan72@mail.ru
Petrov S. Tyumen Research Centre, Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences
Koptyug A. Mid Sweden University, Östersund, Sweden
Sukhovey Yu. Institute of Immunology Institute of Immunology
Dotsenko E. Tyumen State University Tyumen, Russia
Research was carried out into the changes within psychic and immune domains of the Russian Nenets people migrating from the traditional northern habitat (tundra) to urban environment. It is noted that in process of significantly changing lifestyle supposedly single ethnic group can be clearly sub-divided according to the differences in adaptation dynamics. This division reflects sociological differences and is connected to the psycho-immunological aspects. Thus, with the adaptation of forest Nenets to the new conditions of existence (from the tundra to the urban centers), we fond a division of a whole ethnic group into two groups according to a social attribute, which is fixed at the psychophysiological level. First, psychic and immune domains are not only sharing a number of common features but also can have deep evolutionary connections and can be governed by similar laws. Second, the psyche and the immune system show the most important functions and properties that ensure an effective existence, generalizing the values of adaptation, protection and vitality into a single structure. Such a concept is closed to "wholeness" and "integrity" showing that the distribution of vital forces or body resources can adjust the condition or cope with the pre-illness or even disease.
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Gavrilyuk O., Markovina I., Mitrofanova K. (2017). The role of foreign language teaching practices in promoting healthy life behaviours in medical students. In Yu. Savchenkov, I. Loginova, G. Baturin , M. Chernov, N. Fatkulina, H.-W. Gessmann, & L. Soinova (Eds.), III International Scientific and Practical Conference “Psychological Health of the Person: Life Resource and Life Potential (1-11). Krasnoyarsk: Verso. DOI: 10.20333/2541-9315-2017-28-36
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health education, healthy behaviours, medical students, foreign language-based educational activities, health-related language training, information and communication technology (ICT), student’s autonomy, teacher’s autonomy
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Gavrilyuk Oksana Akeksandrovna Professor V.F. Voyno-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University Candidate of pedagogical sciences, Associate professor, Head of the Department of Latin and Foreign Languages 1, P. Zheleznyaka street, Krasnoyarsk, 660022; phone: +7(391)2271212; E-mail: oksana.gavrilyuk@mail.ru
Markovina I. I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University Moscow, Russia
Mitrofanova K. Ural State Medical University Yekaterinburg, Russia
The paper demonstrates the benefits that foreign language-based educational activities have for the development of healthy life behaviours in medical students. Based on a review of research, theory, and current foreign language teaching practice in medical universities of Krasnoyarsk, Moscow and Yekaterinburg, the authors summarize foreign language teaching practices most likely to be effective in promoting healthy lifestyle among medical students. In this paper, foreign language-based health education refers to a broad range of foreign language-based activities that promote healthy behaviors among medical students. These activities focus not only on the English language classroom instruction; they are relevant to all components of the academic programme and include such extracurricular activities as round-table discussions, teleconferences, Internet-based forums, quizzes and olympiads. New ICT-based foreign language teaching practices are reported to be a useful means to stimulate medical students’ healthy life behaviours. At the same time, it is demonstrated that implementation of these new practices requires autonomy oriented approach to teaching a foreign language, which encourages students to work with health-related foreign-language resources independently.
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Lazdins K., Martinsone K. (2017). Prediction for driving behavior in connection with socio-demographic characteristics, individual anomia and individual value system. In Yu. Savchenkov, I. Loginova, G. Baturin , M. Chernov, N. Fatkulina, H.-W. Gessmann, & L. Soinova (Eds.), III International Scientific and Practical Conference “Psychological Health of the Person: Life Resource and Life Potential (37-45). Krasnoyarsk: Verso. DOI: 10.20333/2541-9315-2017-37-45.
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aggressive driving, distracted driving, driving behavior, individual anomia, individual values, risky driving, safe driving
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Krists Janis Lazdins Riga Stradins University psychologist Lencu street 28, Cesis, Latvia, LV-4101; phone: +3(712)7027010 E-mail: krists.lazdins@inbox.lv
Martinsone K. Riga Stradins University Riga, Latvia
The aim of the research was to examine characteristics of individual value system and individual anomia prediction for driving behavior. 108 respondents participated in the study. The results showed that the value system integrity / disintegrity indicator predicts distracted driving, explains 18% of variation and is statistically significant. Internal vacuum and age are statistically significant and negatively predict risky driving in 17% of variation. Age as a statistically significant factor is associated with a safe and courteous driving, this explaining 12% of variation. Value system integrity / disintegrity indicator and gender are significantly negatively associated with the summary indicator of dangerous driving, this explaining 22% of variation. Age is significantly negatively associated with distracted driving, explaining 30% of variation. An individual deviation from prescribed rules or customs and gender are significantly associated with aggressive behavior against other drivers, explaining 28% of variation. Age is significantly associated with risky driving; this model explains 13% of variation. Age is significantly negatively associated with the summary indicator of dangerous driving, explaining 37% of variation. The results can serve as the basis to create new driving behavior interventions and they are also applicable to psychologist's professional.
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Artukhov Ivan Pavlovich, Loginova Irina Olegovna, Volkova Olesya Vladimirovna
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Artyukhov I., Loginova I., Volkova O. (20017) A glimpse into the development of human resourses from the system anthropological psychology perspective . In Yu. Savchenkov, I. Loginova, G. Baturin , M. Chernov, N. Fatkulina, H.-W. Gessmann, & L. Soinova (Eds.), III International Scientific and Practical Conference “Psychological Health of the Person: Life Resource and Life Potential (37-45). Krasnoyarsk: Verso. DOI: 10.20333/2541-9315-2017-46-57
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human life self-fulfillment, human resources development, system anthropological psychology
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Artukhov Ivan Pavlovich Professor V.F. Voyno-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University MD, Professor rector@krasgmu.ru
Loginova Irina Olegovna Professor V.F. Voyno-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University PhD Psychology, Professor 1, Partizan Zheleznyak street, Krasnoyarsk, 660022; phone: +7 (391) 221 91 45; E-mai: loginova70_70@mail.ru
Volkova Olesya Vladimirovna Krasnoyarsk State Medical University PhD, Associate professor, Clinical psychology and psychotherapy department Address: 9-15, Astrakhanskaya street, 660037; phone: +7 (950) 9950409; E-mai: olesyavl.volkova@mail.ru
The problem of transition from the economic efficiency to the social one is critical to the modern society. Following the tendencies of psychological science development at the modern stage, the Systemic anthropological psychology is suggested to be a new methodological basis for solving the human resources development problem. It is known that the sustainable development of the society is possible if conditions are created for life self-fulfillment of a human being, growing within the space of opportunities and extending the limits of a new life standard. The investigation of the mechanisms providing progressive development of psychological ideas to disclose possibilities for researching space-time of the real life of the human being seems to be of great importance. The mechanisms of human being formation investigated in modern psychology, are relevant for human self-fulfillment as a way of human being’s presenting to the world and obtaining new possibilities due to it. Within the limits of the systemic anthropological psychology consistently developing post-nonclassical ideas of cultural-historical psychology, life self-fulfillment of a human being seems to be a special mechanism, ensuring the transformation of possibilities into the reality
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Poliakova M. (20017) The impact of tobacco smoking as a medical and social factor on the reproductive potential of young people. In Yu. Savchenkov, I. Loginova, G. Baturin , M. Chernov, N. Fatkulina, H.-W. Gessmann, & L. Soinova (Eds.), III International Scientific and Practical Conference “Psychological Health of the Person: Life Resource and Life Potential (37-45). Krasnoyarsk: Verso. DOI: 10.20333/2541-9315-2017-58-67
Keywords
tobacco dependence, motivation for smoking cessation, risk factors, human reproduction, students, health
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Poliakova Maria Vyacheslavovna Medical and Genetic Research Center Scientist researcher of Laboratory of Genetics of Violations of Reproduction 1 Moskvorechiye St., Moscow, 115478, the Russian Federation; phone: +7(916) 482-12-41; E-mail: marusiapoliakova@gmail.com
Monsonova A. Buryat State University Ulan-Ude, Russia
Currently, one of the leading factors of risk for the people's health is continuing growth of tobacco use. The Russian Federation is on the 3rd place for smoking prevalence, according to The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates. Tobacco use is a serious medical and social problem. Smoking cessation is the most effective measure to prevent the development of a large spectrum of human diseases. The use of tobacco products by young people is in recent years an acute problem of the Russia society as it represent serious hazard to national safety of the state. World experience showed the most effective and comprehensive ways to fight with smoking. These include not only the enforcement of laws that prohibit smoking in public places, advertising of tobacco products, price and tax measures, but also promotion of healthy lifestyle, help in smoking cessation, as nicotine dependence is manifested as mental and physical. In the work examined the prevalence of smoking among students. Identified major arguments that contribute to the failure of youth people from smoking based on gender. The study showed that the main reason for smoking cessation is associated with concerns of possible occurrences of problems with the reproductive system.
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Rafikova A. (20017) Problem of public administrators professional health care. In Yu. Savchenkov, I. Loginova, G. Baturin , M. Chernov, N. Fatkulina, H.-W. Gessmann, & L. Soinova (Eds.), III International Scientific and Practical Conference “Psychological Health of the Person: Life Resource and Life Potential (37-45). Krasnoyarsk: Verso. DOI: 10.20333/2541-9315-2017-68-76
Keywords
health, officials, public administrator, motion activity, health care system
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Rafikova Alyona Robertovna Academy of Public Administration under the aegis of the President of the Republic of Belarus Candidate of Pedagogics, Associate Professor, Assistant manager at the Department of Physical culture room 602, h. 17, Moskovskaya street, Minsk, 220007; phone: +3(75 17) 2295065 E-mail: r_alena@rambler.ru
Medicine states that it is still difficult to define health level of each particular person, so it tries not only to give qualitative evaluation and descriptions of some phenomena but also to deduce precise mathematical laws. All measures aimed at officials’ working conditions optimization of public administrators and change of their lifestyle are taken to maintain health of this category of employees. These measures are connected with application of physical education in public administrator’s’ labour and spare time. Taking into account the importance of this problem the Academy of Public Administration under the Aegis of the President of the Republic of Belarus started a research in this field. As the Institutes of Public Service and Managerial Personnel are the organizational departments of the Academy, the Department of Physical Education is able to study the state of health of officials on different levels of public administration system. It is possible to provide qualitative and quantitative characteristics of health level and to predict person’s health development, if we find out the sum of major functional body systems “spare capacity”. As a result of the research the list of conclusions and some recommendations are drown in the article.
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Sanzhaeva Rimma Dugarovna, Monsonova A., Bazarova D.
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Sanzhaeva R., Monsonova A., Bazarova D. (20017) Ethno-cultural health problems in gerontopsychology. In Yu. Savchenkov, I. Loginova, G. Baturin , M. Chernov, N. Fatkulina, H.-W. Gessmann, & L. Soinova (Eds.), III International Scientific and Practical Conference “Psychological Health of the Person: Life Resource and Life Potential (37-45). Krasnoyarsk: Verso. Sanzhaeva R., Monsonova A., Bazarova D. (20017) Ethno-cultural health problems in gerontopsychology. In Yu. Savchenkov, I. Loginova, G. Baturin , M. Chernov, N. Fatkulina, H.-W. Gessmann, & L. Soinova (Eds.), III International Scientific and Practical Conference “Psychological Health of the Person: Life Resource and Life Potential (37-45). Krasnoyarsk: Verso. DOI: 10.20333/2541-9315-2017-77-86
Keywords
gerontology, psychological health, elderly age, ethnos, Russians, Buryats, disabled, personality
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Sanzhaeva Rimma Dugarovna Buryat State University DSc in Psychology, Professor of the Department of Developmental and Educational Psychology 24-a, Smolina street, Ulan-Ude, 670000; phone: +7(951) 6397225; E-mail: rimmasan24@mail.ru
Monsonova A. Buryat State University Ulan-Ude, Russia
Bazarova D. Buryat State University Ulan-Ude, Russia
Solving the urgent problems of older persons, services and the qualified staff of social workers must be set up at all levels. From the point of view of the ethnic characteristics of the elderly, psychologists should take into account an individual approach for better and more successful solutions of the problems associated with the age-related changes. In Buryat traditional culture there were not orphans or abandoned old people, because their relatives always took responsibility for looking after them. Unfortunately, these values are being lost nowadays: the number of buryat orphans and lonely elderly is increasing in orphanages and social centers. The research of cross-cultural character was conducted in the social service center ‘Doveriye” (Ulan-Ude, Buryatia). We studied the ethno-cultural characteristics of the elderly at the Centre in the amount of 30 people ranging in age from 65 to 83 years. Of these, 15 Buryat (group 1) and 15 of Russian nationality (group 2). The conditions of their stay in Buryatia are identical and are determined by long-standing tradition of positive communication and life of these peoples. The found out results seem to be interesting results concerning groups of elderly of Buryat and Russian nationalities in the context of psychological health.
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Skutina T. (2017). Influence of verbal and visual-image means on decentration in a conflict of participants of romantic couples in a consultation process. In Yu. Savchenkov, I. Loginova, G. Baturin , M. Chernov, N. Fatkulina, H.-W. Gessmann, & L. Soinova (Eds.), III International Scientific and Practical Conference “Psychological Health of the Person: Life Resource and Life Potential (87-93). Krasnoyarsk: Verso. DOI: 10.20333/2541-9315-2017-87-93
Keywords
conflict, couples in romantic relationship, emotional decentration, cognitive decentration, visual-image means, verbal means, situational egocentrism
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Skutina Tatiana Vasilievna Siberian Federal University Candidate of psychological sciences, Associate professor, Department of developmental psychology and counseling, Institute of Pedagogy, Psychology and Sociology Address: 79, Svobodny Prospect, Krasnoyarsk, 660041; phone: +7(391)2062154; E-mail: tvforte@mail.ru
The aim of this study was to investigatespecificdistinctions between the effects of the methods based on the use of visual-image or verbal means in psychological consultation. We examined the differences in the impact of these kinds of means on the emotional and cognitive decentration among 30romantic Russian couples aged 20-25 years.During the consultation each partner was asked to try to look at a specific conflict from the position of their partner. Verbal means were suggested as a way of modifying one's own position for one half of couples, and visual means have been proposed for the other half. Four methods were used: description of a conflict situation, Test of egocentric associations - EАТ test (Pashukova, 1991); experiment; pre- and post-experimental conversation. The results show that the visual image means help strengthen the emotional and decentered position of a participant in the conflict to a greater extent than the verbal means, as well as significantly reduce cognitive decentration. In contrast, verbal methods help enhance cognitive decentered position of a participant in the conflict to a greater extent than the visual-image means, but have little effect on the emotional decentration.
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Sokolskaya M., Tkachenko A. (2017). Health saving technologies in human capital formation as exemplified in the russian far east federal district. In Yu. Savchenkov, I. Loginova, G. Baturin , M. Chernov, N. Fatkulina, H.-W. Gessmann, & L. Soinova (Eds.), III International Scientific and Practical Conference “Psychological Health of the Person: Life Resource and Life Potential (94-103). Krasnoyarsk: Verso. DOI: 10.20333/2541-9315-2017-94-103
Keywords
human capital, social institutions, person’s needs, health saving technologies, social and economic policy
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Sokolskaya Marina Vyacheslavovna Far Eastern State Transportation University Doctor of psychological sciences, Professor, Head of the Department “General, legal and engineering psychology” Address: 47, Serysheva street, Khabarovsk, 680000; phone: +7(4212)407343 E-mail: mvsokolskaya@mail.ru
Tkachenko A. Far Eastern State Transportation University Khabarovsk, Russia
The problem of the human capital is one of the most urgent issues of the present. The purpose of this article is to define the strategies of health saving technologies development in human capital formation. The paper draws on the research conducted by the All-Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VCIOM) in 2001 - 2015. The institutional approach is presented as the most fruitful in the research of problems of the human capital. The quality of human capital’s reproduction is defined by the quality of social institutions participating in this reproduction and is, therefore, ensured by progress in family, health care, education and social protection of the population. In the most general view the activity of any social institution is aimed at satisfaction of social imperatives. Social imperatives are the main driving factor of human capital reproduction, accumulation and improvement. Therefore, health protection technologies in human capital formation should be aimed, first of all, at the satisfaction of needs of a person. As the structure of person’s requirements and, consequently, the quality of the human capital can change throughout various periods of his/her life, health saving technologies should also be improved to stay on the rise.
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Yanitskiy Mikhail Sergeyevich, Seryy A.
p.104-114
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Yanitskiy M., Seryy A. (2017). Value predictors of personal psychological health. III International scientific and practical conference. In Yu. Savchenkov, I. Loginova, G. Baturin , M. Chernov, N. Fatkulina, H.-W. Gessmann, & L. Soinova (Eds.), III International Scientific and Practical Conference “Psychological Health of the Person: Life Resource and Life Potential (104-114). Krasnoyarsk: Verso. DOI: 10.20333/2541-9315-2017-104-114
Keywords
psychological health, personal development, adaptation, self-actualization, value orientations
Authors
Yanitskiy Mikhail Sergeyevich Kemerovo State University Doctor of psychological Sciences, Director of the sociopsychological Institute Address: 6, Krasnaya Street, Kemerovo, 650043 phone: +7 (3842) 581290 E-mail: direktorspi@kemsu.ru
Seryy A. Kemerovo State University Kemerovo, Russia
The aim of the present research is to reveal and operationalize value indicators of personal psychological health. We consider psychological health in the framework of the process of personal development. These are “adaptation” and “axiological” paradigms of personal development which are subjects to analysis. We point out personal development markers which serve as indicators of personal psychological health. It is proved that some characteristics of the personal value system, such as the level of development of a person’s value orientation system, value orientation, value potential of personal development, may serve as significant indicators of a person’s psychological health. We suggest new authors’ variants of the methodology by R. Inglehart and M. Rokeach for assessing value indicators of personal psychological health, and present some preliminary results of their testing and standardization. These indicators are relatively stable and can perform a prognostic function and therefore they can be simultaneously considered as personal predictors of psychological health. We conclude that the usage of the proposed methods of personal value sphere research allows enhancing both diagnostic and prognostic reliability of the program of psychological health study within the framework of studying the entire process of personal development.
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Part 2. HEALTH AS LIFE RESOURCE AND LIFE POTENTIAL OF THE PERSON
Artyukhova Tatyana Yurjevna, Nikulina Svetlana Yurievna
p.115-125
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Artyukhova T., Nikulina S. (2017). Existential dialogue as opportunity for person's psychological experience of own life resource and life potential. In Yu. Savchenkov, I. Loginova, G. Baturin , M. Chernov, N. Fatkulina, H.-W. Gessmann, & L. Soinova (Eds.), III International Scientific and Practical Conference “Psychological Health of the Person: Life Resource and Life Potential (115-125). Krasnoyarsk: Verso. DOI: 10.20333/2541-9315-2017-115-125
Keywords
life potential, life resource, person, psychological experience, existential dialogue
Authors
Artyukhova Tatyana Yurjevna Krasnoyarsk State medical University Candidate of Psychological sciences, Associate professor, Department of Pedagogic and Psychology Address: 71g, Kosmonavtov Street, Krasnoyarsk, 660127; phone:+7 (983) 504189; E-mail: tartjuchova@mail.ru
Nikulina Svetlana Yurievna Professor V.F. Voyno-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University Dr.Med.Sc., Professor, Head of Department of Internal Diseases №1, Vice Rector for Academic Affairs nicoulina@mail.ru
Existential dialogue is generally used in the context of searching for a way out from a difficult life situation. The article considers a novel approach to existential dialogue investigation in the context of possibility of one’s own life resource and living potential fulfillment. Drawing on their knowledge, people should be able to find more successful ways of goal achievement and reasonable health consumption and preservation in the course of active life and implementation of creative plans by means of life potential realization. It has been shown in psychological practice that an existential dialogue can serve as a resource for creation of conditions for people’s psychological experience and fulfillment of their own living potential. Understanding of one’s own resources and living potential helps to reinforce personal maturity as the basis for personal readiness to solve certain life tasks. Opportunity for a person’s psychological experience of their own life resource and living potential appears in the course of existential dialogue due to the use of various mechanisms, such as self-reflection, thinking aloud, goal-setting, and emotional response.
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Chupina Viktoria Borisovna, Gavrilenko L., Tarasova T.
p.126-135
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Chupina V., Gavrilenko L., Tarasova T. (2017). Optimism and pessimism as a source of personal potential development. In Yu. Savchenkov, I. Loginova, G. Baturin , M. Chernov, N. Fatkulina, H.-W. Gessmann, & L. Soinova (Eds.), III International Scientific and Practical Conference “Psychological Health of the Person: Life Resource and Life Potential (126-135). Krasnoyarsk: Verso. DOI: 10.20333/2541-9315-2017-126-135
Keywords
personal potential, motivation, motivational component, optimism, pessimism
Authors
Chupina Viktoria Borisovna Krasnoyarsk State Medical University Candidate of psychological sciences, Associate professor, Department of Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy Adress: 1, Partizan Zheleznyak street, Krasnoyarsk, 660022; phone: +7 (391) 221 91 45; E-mai: ionessi@yandex.ru
Gavrilenko L. Krasnoyarsk State Medical University Krasnoyarsk, Russia
Tarasova T. Krasnoyarsk State Medical University Krasnoyarsk, Russia
The prerequisite to the study was the increasing importance of the problem of optimism that has become popular and in demand in the US and Russian psychology in recent decades that largely reflects real significance of the issue. In addition, carrying out an investigation on optimism and pessimism is necessary to solve a number of practical psychological problems faced by people of the modern society, particularly in psychological practice in coping with a wide range of psychological problems. Despite considerable interest towards the psychology of optimism in Western (mainly American) psychology and great practical significance of this field, it is neglected in Russian science. Therefore, it is necessary to ascertain the need for assimilation of achievements of Western psychology of optimism and development of Russian research in this direction. The aim of the research was studying and development of personal potential in optimists and pessimists by means of training on organisation. As the result of implementation of the training, it was found that there is no pronounced dynamics in the continuum of the pessimism-optimism against the background of qualitative changes in the studied parameters. Undoubtedly, the initiated research in this area requires a prolonged period of time.
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Gavrilyuk Oksana Akeksandrovna, Tareva E., Nikulina Svetlana Yurievna
p.136-145
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Gavrilyuk O., Tareva E., Nikulina S. (2016). Professional autonomy as a prerequisit for university teachers’ psychological health. Psychological health of the person: life resource and life potentiall. Krasnoyarsk. 2016, pp. 136-145. DOI: 10.20333/2541-9315-2017-136-145
Keywords
psychological health, job stress, stressors, educational environment challenges, personality traits, university teacher’s professional autonomy, well-being, burnout prevention, professional self-development
Authors
Gavrilyuk Oksana Akeksandrovna Professor V.F. Voyno-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University Candidate of pedagogical sciences, Associate professor, Head of the Department of Latin and Foreign Languages 1, P. Zheleznyaka street, Krasnoyarsk, 660022; phone: +7(391)2271212; E-mail: oksana.gavrilyuk@mail.ru
Tareva E. Krasnoyarsk, Russia
Nikulina Svetlana Yurievna Professor V.F. Voyno-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University Dr.Med.Sc., Professor, Head of Department of Internal Diseases №1, Vice Rector for Academic Affairs nicoulina@mail.ru
Traditionally remaining one of the most stressful human service jobs, teaching represents nowadays a complex of increasingly stressful situations. This may have an enormous detrimental effect on the teaching-learning process, as well as on promoting the health of future populations and students’ well-being, where teachers are known to play a key social role. Demonstrating the benefits autonomy has for teachers’ personal and professional self-development, as well as for their professional efficiency and psychological comfort, this paper emphasizes the potential of professional autonomy as a prerequisite for teachers’ psychological health. The purpose is to reveal the potential of university teachers’ autonomy as a factor of their professional development and burnout prevention. The notions of teachers’ professional autonomy, teachers’ psychological health, job stress and burnout in teaching are identified and characterized in the study. Teacher’s autonomy is represented as one of the criteria of psychological well-being and mental health of a person. The paper demonstrates how autonomy, involving internal locus of control, intrinsic motivation to professional achievement and to personal development, pedagogical mindfulness and professional responsibility, can allow teachers to mitigate their stress, tolerate occasional frustrations and setbacks, and to prevent emotional exhaustion as one of three main burnout components.
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Isaeva E. (2017). Psychological adaptation resources of personality in vercoming the disease. In Yu. Savchenkov, I. Loginova, G. Baturin , M. Chernov, N. Fatkulina, H.-W. Gessmann, & L. Soinova (Eds.), III International Scientific and Practical Conference “Psychological Health of the Person: Life Resource and Life Potential (146-155). Krasnoyarsk: Verso. DOI: 10.20333/2541-9315-2017-146-155
Keywords
psychological adaptation, coping, psychological defense, personality resources, overcoming of a disease
Authors
Isaeva Elena Rudolfovna Pavlov First Saint Petersburg State Medical University Doctor of Psychology, Head of Department of General and Clinical Psychology Address: 6-8, L.Tolstoy street, Saint Petersburg, 197022; phone: +7 (921) 9563341; E-mail: isajeva@yandex.ru
Personal adaptive capacity could facilitate the recovery and rehabilitation of patients. The article presents the results of comparative investigation of the psychological adaptive resources of patients with somatic, psychosomatic and mental disorders. The goal was to explore coping behavior and psychological defense and personal resources under disease. The study revealed the difference in coping behavior between healthy and ill people. Sustainable patterns of defense and coping behavior could influence the formation of psychosomatic disorders. The psychological predictors of conductive course of the disease and rehabilitation are Emotional stability and Agreeableness, leading values and life meaning of personality, coping strategies aimed at social activity, positive view, maintaining optimism. Risk factors are prevailing of defense mechanisms such as regression, replacement and reaction formation over problem-solving coping, the severity of coping strategies escape-avoidance and disengagement. Long-term and serious medical disorder gradually impoverishes the coping behavior that increases the risk of psychological adaptation disorder. Imme diate vital threat forced patients to produce a specific coping style. Structure and level of activity of psychological adaptation mechanisms in different patient groups is determined by their own various ways of adaptation to disease.
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Morozova Irina Stanislavovna, Grigorieva O.
p.156-163
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Morozova I., Grigorieva O. (2017). Young people’s perceptions of psychological and reproductive health. In Yu. Savchenkov, I. Loginova, G. Baturin , M. Chernov, N. Fatkulina, H.-W. Gessmann, & L. Soinova (Eds.), III International Scientific and Practical Conference “Psychological Health of the Person: Life Resource and Life Potential (156-163). Krasnoyarsk: Verso. DOI: 10.20333/2541-9315-2017-156-163
Keywords
psychological health, adolescent reproductive health, age, ontogenesis
Authors
Morozova Irina Stanislavovna Kemerovo State University Head of Department of General psychology and Developmental psychology Address: 41-11 Soviet Avenue, Kemerovo, 650099; phone: +7(905)9056030; E-mail: ishmorozova@yandex.ru
Grigorieva O. Kemerovo State University Kemerovo, Russia
The article is devoted to the study of young people’s perceptions of mental health in the context of reproductive behavior. The article describes modern approaches to the understanding of the human sexuality ontogenetic development specifics. Teenage age is the time of psychosexual reactions formation and period of psychosexual orientation development as well as maximized functioning of the endocrine system. On the basis of the individual characteristics and experiences young people generate their identity, develop their own worldview, social consciousness, outline their perceptions of paternal and maternal roles. The results of a pilot study revealing the basic specifics of young people’s perceptions of sexual health, matrimonial and reproductive behavior and parenting are provided. Based on the survey data obtained from a questionnaire, the details of the respondents’ awareness about social, psychological and medical (for instance, contraception) aspects of sexual health are given. The results of the study may be used in psychological work in individual, pre-matrimonial and family consultations.
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Ragozinskaya V. (2017). Structure peculiarities of essential negative emotional states and their neurophysiological and microsocial correlates of psychosomatic disorder patients. In Yu. Savchenkov, I. Loginova, G. Baturin , M. Chernov, N. Fatkulina, H.-W. Gessmann, & L. Soinova (Eds.), III International Scientific and Practical Conference “Psychological Health of the Person: Life Resource and Life Potential (164-177). Krasnoyarsk: Verso. DOI: 10.20333/2541-9315-2017-164-177
Keywords
essential negative emotional states, psychosomatic disorder, basic beliefs, family experiences in the early stages of development, spectral and coherent analysis of EEG
Authors
Ragozinskaya Valeriya Germanovna Chelyabinsk State University Candidate of psychological sciences, Associate professor, Department of Special and Clinical psychology Address: 129, Bratjev Kashirinykh street, Chelyabinsk, 454001; phone: +7 (351) 7997101; E-mail: sunny_song@mail.ru
The article presents the interdisciplinary research results of peculiarities of essential negative emotional states and their physiological features in psychosomatic disorders (hypertension, Graves' disorder, gastric and duodenum ulcer).A total of 195 psychosomatic patients and 182 healthy volunteers aged 20-50 were tested for emotional factors, basic beliefs and family experiences in the early stages of development. The research also included spectral and coherent analysis of test persons' electroencephalograms. Identified neurophysiological features of psychosomatic patients with high levels of anxiodepressive state and aggressiveness indicate the excitation of the autonomic nervous system, and allow supposing existence of a hypervigilance state and an exaggerated response to unexpected stimuli. On the psychological level, it manifests a decrease of basic trust to the world, belief in their own inferiority complex and insecurity to its threats. Gained data are coordinated with available ideas about peculiarities of emotional sphere of patients with hypertension disease, Grave's disease and gastric and duodenum ulcer. According to the research results, aggressiveness and obsessive depression factors play a key role in the structure of emotional states in hypertension disease, gastric and duodenum ulcer.
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Sanzhaeva Rimma Dugarovna, Bazarova D., Berbaeva I., Monsonova A., Erdyneev A.
p.178-184
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Sanzhaeva R., Bazarova D., Berbaeva I., Monsonova A., Erdyneev A. (2017). Features of the emotional state of minors under the conditions of social isolation. In Yu. Savchenkov, I. Loginova, G. Baturin , M. Chernov, N. Fatkulina, H.-W. Gessmann, & L. Soinova (Eds.), III International Scientific and Practical Conference “Psychological Health of the Person: Life Resource and Life Potential (178-184). Krasnoyarsk: Verso. DOI: 10.20333/2541-9315-2017-178-184
Keywords
personality, social isolation, primary and secondary maladjustment, deprivation, emotional state
Authors
Sanzhaeva Rimma Dugarovna Buryat State University DSc in Psychology, Professor of the Department of Developmental and Educational Psychology 24-a, Smolina street, Ulan-Ude, 670000; phone: +7(951) 6397225; E-mail: rimmasan24@mail.ru
Bazarova D. Buryat State University Ulan-Ude, Russia
Berbaeva I. Buryat State University Ulan-Ude, Russia
Monsonova A. Buryat State University Ulan-Ude, Russia
Erdyneev A. Buryat State University Ulan-Ude, Russia
The article presents the results of a study of dynamics in the process of personality’s adaptation/disadaptation under the conditions of isolation. The dynamic assessment was obtained by testing according to the Luscher Color Test. The studies were carried out under the conditions of the detention center in Ulan-Ude (the Republic of Buryatia). The conditions of social deprivation aggravate the primary deformation of a personality identified by internal determinants. The account of psychological determinants at the study allows expanding opportunities for the qualitative analysis and forecasting of personality’s behavior upon the influence of frustration factors that can cause, as we have found, a secondary disadaptation. A frustration syndrome is characteristic for the minors who are under the conditions of social isolation, it reveals in the form of breaking of their plans for life span, arising of the feeling of despair, hopelessness, their will and intellect are paralyzed, aggression increases. The generalized results reveal negative changes of the emotional state and personality maladjustment. The growth of passivity, spontaneous behavior, impulsivity, inconsistency and instability of personality, stressful state, concentration only on own problems, predominence of the sympathetic tone of nervous system, reducing the individual performance are expressed.
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Sevostyanova M. (2017). Studying of professional success of russian national teams athletes belonging to different groups of mental health and psychological adaptation. In Yu. Savchenkov, I. Loginova, G. Baturin , M. Chernov, N. Fatkulina, H.-W. Gessmann, & L. Soinova (Eds.), III International Scientific and Practical Conference “Psychological Health of the Person: Life Resource and Life Potential (185-194). Krasnoyarsk: Verso. DOI: 10.20333/2541-9315-2017-185-194
Keywords
elite sport, professional success, a group of psychological adaptation, psychological consultation of athletes
Authors
Sevostyanova Maria Sergeevna Federal Siberian Research Clinical Centre under the Federal Medical Biological Agency Director of the Center of modern psychological technologies Adress: 26, Kolomenskaya street, Krasnoyarsk, 660037; phone: +7(391)2579324 E-mail: SevostyanovaMS@yandex.ru
The article represents the results of an empirical research of interrelation between professional success and group of psychological adaptation of professional athletes - members of national teams of Russia. For the first time an actual question about relations between concepts “professional success” and «psychological health» in elite sport has been mentioned. It was revealed that among successful sportswomen there are a very large number of girls with negative functional state of the autonomic or central nervous system, low cognitive level and expressed neurotic symptoms (anxiety, depression, hysterical symptoms, asthenia, vegetative disorders, obsessive thoughts etс.). The results of the study bring up the actual question of searching special practical instruments of comprehensive psychological support for sportswomen not only to provide achievement of high stabilized results in competitive activity, but to keep psychological health and adaptation. In particular, it is necessary to study what psychological characteristics ensure the achievement of high results and at the same time the process of strengthening and preservation of psychological health and high continual adaptation and to explore how to create special psychological and pedagogical conditions for the development of these characteristics in the training process as the resources of health preservation.
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Uryvaev V., Senin I. (2017). The perestroika generation and the generation of post-perestroika youth in russia: dynamics of adaptive capabilities of personality. In Yu. Savchenkov, I. Loginova, G. Baturin , M. Chernov, N. Fatkulina, H.-W. Gessmann, & L. Soinova (Eds.), III International Scientific and Practical Conference “Psychological Health of the Person: Life Resource and Life Potential (195-202). Krasnoyarsk: Verso. DOI: 10.20333/2541-9315-2017-195-202
Keywords
health, development, personality, Russian youth, perestroika, perestroika generation, post-perestroika generation
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Uryvaev Vladimir Anatolievich Yaroslavl State Medical University Candidate of psychological science, Associate professor, Head of Department Address: 5, Revolutsionnaya street, Yaroslavl, 150000, Russian Federation; phone: +7(4852) 305641; E-mail: ladoyar@mail.ru
Senin I. Yaroslavl State University Yaroslavl, Russia
This study has scientific novelty, since there have been no systematic studies of personality in the compared groups of “perestroika” and “post-perestroika” youth up to now. We have compared the groups of youth born in 1987 (medical students, the second year of study, Yaroslavl State Medical University), 120 persons (60 boys and 60 girls), and in 1997 (completely identical to the first group), 197 persons (67 boys and 130 girls). We have applied the 16-PF technique for psychodiagnostics. In the “post-perestroika youth” sample, in the group of factors regulating emotional reactivity of personality, there has been significant growth of the last three factors. All the scales providing the efficient intellectual activity have grown. The scales associated with the volitional regulation of activity have significantly and evenly increased their meanings. The scales testing the relationships skills in the microgroup have increased lesser than three previous groups. At last, the scales providing wide social contacts have enhanced in the minimal degree. A persona included in the transformation of society wins in the experience of the remote perspective of developing his qualities but appears to be relatively worse adjusted to current everyday life.
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Zhivaeva Juliya Valerjanovna, Stoyanova E., Stoyanov I., Nikolaev Evgeni L’vovich
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Zhivaeva J., Stoyanova E., Stoyanov I. (2017). Ideas of the future of directors with panic attacks. In Yu. Savchenkov, I. Loginova, G. Baturin , M. Chernov, N. Fatkulina, H.-W. Gessmann, & L. Soinova (Eds.), III International Scientific and Practical Conference “Psychological Health of the Person: Life Resource and Life Potential (203-212). Krasnoyarsk: Verso. DOI: 10.20333/2541-9315-2017-203-212
Keywords
ideas of the future, panic attacks, directors, vision of the future
Authors
Zhivaeva Juliya Valerjanovna Krasnoyask State Medical University Candidate of psychological sciences, Associate professor, Department of Clinical psychology and Psychotherapy Address: 81 “a” - 192, Kutuzova street, Krasnoyarsk, 660094; phone +7(913)5164431; E-mail: yul-zhivaeva@yandex.ru
Stoyanova E. Krasnoyarsk State Medical University Krasnoyarsk, Russia
Stoyanov I. Siberian State Aerospace University Krasnoyarsk, Russia
Nikolaev Evgeni L’vovich Ulianov Chuvash State University Professor, Head of Department of Social and Clinical Psychology Address: 15, Moskovsky prospect, Cheboksary, 428015; phone: +7(8352)45-20-31; E-mail: pzdorovie@bk.ru
Results of research on directors with panic attacks that negatively influence their vision of the future are considered in the article. Impossibility to line up a temporary perspective within the course of management shows director’s inefficiency and disintegration of the management process itself. An ability to control agitation shows professionally valuable competences of a director and his/her professional suitability. Lining up a future perspective determines self-control and self-efficiency abilities in any sphere of human vital activity. The research shows that panic attacks can take place as a result of poor intensity of events. Frequency and duration of panic attacks influence ideas of the present and the future. Time perspective during panic attacks is to a greater extent referring to the past and to a lesser extent referring to the present and the future. These indicators are complications of panic attacks: the longer the “term” of symptoms (disorder), the less connected are ideas of the present and the future in a respondent’s consciousness. People with panic attacks define an insignificantly different number of events in a category of most important for each time.
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Part 3. PSYCHOLOGICAL AND EDUCATONAL MAINTENANCE OF HEALTH-SAVING PROCESS
Arutyunyan Tigran Garrievich, Isaeva T.
p.213-219
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Arutyunyan T., Isaeva T. (2017). Physical and moral-psychological preparation of school children – future defendants of motherland. In Yu. Savchenkov, I. Loginova, G. Baturin , M. Chernov, N. Fatkulina, H.-W. Gessmann, & L. Soinova (Eds.), III International Scientific and Practical Conference “Psychological Health of the Person: Life Resource and Life Potential (213-219). Krasnoyarsk: Verso. DOI: 10.20333/2541-9315-2017-213-219
Keywords
exercises, will-power, motherland, psychology, physical and moral fitness, school children, defendants, physical education
Authors
Arutyunyan Tigran Garrievich Siberian State Aerospace University Candidate of Pedagogical Science, Associate professor, Head of Physical education department Address: 31, Krasnoyarsky Rabochiy avenue, Krasnoyarsk, 660037; phone: +7(391)2625565 E-mail: nayka.07@mail.ru
Isaeva T. Krasnoyarsk State Pedagogical University Krasnoyarsk, Russia
It is stated that school children of school №133 of the city of Krasnoyarsk have achieved a higher level of physical preparation with the help of a better moral-psychological training. The interconnection of physical and patriotic up-bringing presented in the authorized special training course “Physical exercises as a means of cultivating the will and super will of the future defendants of Motherland” helped to increase the motivation of schoolchildren to their moving activity. There was conducted the basic pedagogical experiment in which the schoolchildren of the given educational establishment took part. The major experiment had been held under the conditions of the educational process and that allowed controlling fully the level of the physical condition of the schoolchildren, the growth of their physical training and the restoring process. The analysis of the conducted experiment results allowed making the methodological approaches more precise and introduce specifications into the already existing special training course as well as probate will-training exercises. The results were characterized by a strategically important growth with reliability equal to 95%. Dispersion, a standard mistake of differences, an average arithmetical and the calculated t-criteria were defined.
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Avdeeva E., Dyakova N., Lebedeva T. (2017). Adaptability of Krasnoyarsk State Medical University first-year students as a way to preserve their health. In Yu. Savchenkov, I. Loginova, G. Baturin , M. Chernov, N. Fatkulina, H.-W. Gessmann, & L. Soinova (Eds.), III International Scientific and Practical Conference “Psychological Health of the Person: Life Resource and Life Potential (220-229). Krasnoyarsk: Verso. DOI: 10.20333/2541-9315-2017-220-229
Keywords
adjustment, adaptability, health, mental health, adjustment disorders, first-year students, higher education
Authors
Avdeeva Elena Aleksandrovna Krasnoyarsk State Medical University PhD, Associate professor, Head of Pedagogics and psychology department Address: 1, Partizan Zheleznyak street, Krasnoyarsk, 660022; phone: +7 (391) 221 91 45; E-mai: paideia@mail.ru
Dyakova N. Krasnoyarsk State Medical University Krasnoyarsk, Russia
Lebedeva T. Krasnoyarsk State Medical University Krasnoyarsk, Russia
Keywords: adjustment, adaptability, health, mental health, adjustment disorders, first-year students, higher education Relevance. Attention to health The authors consider adjustment not only as the essential factor for accommodation to the system of higher education, but also as an indicator of the health. The university represents a multivariate and multimodal educational environment, corresponding to laws of the social, psychological and physiological development. This environment is reported to contain a lot of challenges for first-year students, especially for foreign students and the students-representatives of ethnic minorities. In the process of theoretical and diagnostic studies of adaptive capabilities of the first-year students the different abnormalities have been revealed in the state of their mental health at the beginning of their studying at the university. Getting to new circumstances the students must use long-term resources of adjustment, which ensure success not only at the beginning of their studying at the university, but also in its process as well as in adult life after graduation.As a diagnostic instrument the multilevel personality questionnaire (MPQ) “Adaptability”, developed by A.G Maklakov and S.V Chermyanin (1993) has been used. The data obta
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Chernikova T. (2017). Teachers’s emotional burnout and its narrative correlates. In Yu. Savchenkov, I. Loginova, G. Baturin , M. Chernov, N. Fatkulina, H.-W. Gessmann, & L. Soinova (Eds.), III International Scientific and Practical Conference “Psychological Health of the Person: Life Resource and Life Potential (230-240). Krasnoyarsk: Verso. DOI: 10.20333/2541-9315-2017-230-240
Keywords
burnout, health protection & curing education, narrative indicators, pedagogical profession, school environment
Authors
Chernikova Tamara Vasiljevna Volgograd State Pedagogical University PhD, Associate professor Address: 27, Lenina avenue, Volgograd, 400066; phone: +7(917)7257247; E-mail: tamara@vspu.ru
Emotional burnout was studied in the group of teachers who were involved in a school project aimed to promote health protection within the school environment. The emotional health of teachers is being studied as it influences lifestyle and emotional condition of teachers, their colleagues and schoolchildren. It is known that representatives of the pedagogical profession are most susceptible to emotional burnout because of the peculiarities of their employment. Narrative indicators of high, medium and low levels of burnout were defined. Resources to restore teachers’ emotional health through the prevention of their emotional burnout by psychological and administrative encouragement were identified. The aim of the study was to determine the characteristics of burnout among teachers with different length of time worked. The influence of factors on the overall picture of burnout was studied. In that way a range of “breadth” of the phenomenon was diagnosed. The overall rate of burnout (high, medium or low) was obtained from the amount of three scales of values: “Emotional exhaustion”, “Depersonalization”, “Reduction of personal achievement”. Psychological prevention should be focused on maintaining a positive emotional and psychological climate through stimulating innovation and creative activity.
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Khalifaeva O. (2017). The relationship of personal potential and thinking styles of students in the collaborative thinking activity as a life resource. In Yu. Savchenkov, I. Loginova, G. Baturin , M. Chernov, N. Fatkulina, H.-W. Gessmann, & L. Soinova (Eds.), III International Scientific and Practical Conference “Psychological Health of the Person: Life Resource and Life Potential (241-247). Krasnoyarsk: Verso. DOI: 10.20333/2541-9315-2017-241-247
Keywords
personal potential, styles of thinking, combines cognitive activities
Authors
Khalifaeva Olga Alekseevna Astrakhan State University Head of the Department of General and Cognitive Psychology Address: 3-ya Novoslobodskayа street, Astrakhan, 414038; phone: +7(905)4809558; E-mail:olha78@yandex.ru
The relevance of personal potential study in the modern world is on the one hand, the process of innovation in modern education, and on the other hand, a study of the personality of man, who, being in the educational space is developing the ability of independent creative and innovative activities. It is important to consider collaborative thinking activity in which each participant makes a certain contribution to the development, realizing their personal potential. Personal potential is formed on the basis of close influence and interaction of both internal and external factors. Joint cogitative activity as an external factor is a special psychological system which includes two or more people that's why it is an important condition of the development of students' personal potential. The article discusses the results of empirical research which had identified the relationship of personal potential and thinking styles of students in collaborative thinking activities. 67 students of the first, second and third course of two faculties of psychology and philology and journalism took part in the research. Found significant relationship between personal capacity and analytical thinking style of students-psychologists, as well as the relationship between personal potential and realistic style of thinking in students-journalists.
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Kokova E., Kopylov Yu., Kudryavtsev Mikhail Dmitrievich, Volkova Olesya Vladimirovna, Kuz’min V.
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Kokova E., Kopylov Yu., Kudryavtsev M., Volkova O., Kuz’min V. (2017). Formation of psychoemotional stability among students of higher educational institutions. In Yu. Savchenkov, I. Loginova, G. Baturin , M. Chernov, N. Fatkulina, H.-W. Gessmann, & L. Soinova (Eds.), III International Scientific and Practical Conference “Psychological Health of the Person: Life Resource and Life Potential (248-257). Krasnoyarsk: Verso. DOI: 10.20333/2541-9315-2017-248-257
Keywords
psychoemotional stability, visual control over movements, jumps through obstacles, motive readiness
Authors
Kokova E. Siberian Law Institute Krasnoyarsk, Russia
Kopylov Yu. Center of Theory and Practice of Applied Education Moscow, Russia
Kudryavtsev Mikhail Dmitrievich Siberian Federal University PhD, Professor Address: 79, Svobodny avenue, Krasnoyarsk, 660041, Russia; phone: 8 (904) 898-75-47; E-mail: kumid@yandex.ru
Volkova Olesya Vladimirovna Krasnoyarsk State Medical University PhD, Associate professor, Clinical psychology and psychotherapy department Address: 9-15, Astrakhanskaya street, 660037; phone: +7 (950) 9950409; E-mai: olesyavl.volkova@mail.ru
Kuz’min V. Siberian Federal University Krasnoyarsk, Russia
The analysis of contemporary research has shown that the problem of psychoemotional stability among students of higher educational institutions remains not completely investigated. This situation has a negative impact on the efficiency of these students’ further professional activity. In this regard the research objective was to develop the system of psychoemotional stability (PES) formation by means of movements visual control shutdown (MVCS) in the course of physical training containing exercises of multidirectional character. Formation of PES was carried out with visual control of physical actions until now, but the similar investigations without visual control over movements were not conducted. The students were distributed into two study groups. The control group comprised 16 persons, who were asked to carry out a set of exercises with visual control. The experimental group comprised 19 persons, who were asked to carry out similar exercises without visual control over movements (blindfold). The results of the research demonstrate that shutdown of visual control over movements not only authentically improves psychoemotional stability and reduces anxiety of students, but also increases the level of their motive readiness.
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Miklyaeva A., Rumyantseva P. (2017). Transition to motherhood via caesarean section: social representation in internet discussions. In Yu. Savchenkov, I. Loginova, G. Baturin , M. Chernov, N. Fatkulina, H.-W. Gessmann, & L. Soinova (Eds.), III International Scientific and Practical Conference “Psychological Health of the Person: Life Resource and Life Potential (258-266). Krasnoyarsk: Verso. DOI: 10.20333/2541-9315-2017-258-266
Keywords
caesarean section psychology, transition to motherhood, social beliefs, social representation, internet discussion
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Miklyaeva Anastasiya Vladimirovna Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia Professor, Human Psychology Department Adress: ap.19, 20-2, Esenina st., St.Petersburg, 194356; phone: +7(911)7791927 E-mail: a.miklyaeva@gmail.com
Rumyantseva P. Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia St. Petersburg, Russia
This paper seeks to contribute to understanding of women’s beliefs about caesarean section, a certain understanding of which has been circulating in Russian culture and reflected in Internet discussions. It is argued that these might affect women’s decision making process, their emotional state and activities during delivery and in the postpartum period, however, this field is still under-investigated, especially in Russia. It was decided to sample posts on a caesarean section (C-section) from a Russian-language parenting website. The method of inductive content-analysis was applied, and 32247 posts were analysed in total. The results have shown that social representation of C-section in the virtual worlds is highly emotional and very specific, empathizing mostly physiological aspects of the operation and its consequences. The sampled posts can be divided into three categories: one of them deals with organizational issues, the second reflects beliefs according to which C-section is a life event that happens to a woman and impacts her, and not the others, and the third is referred to beliefs associated with the infant.
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Petrova Ludmila Anatoljevna, Lazareva E., Sveklova O.
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Petrova L., Lazareva E., Nikolaev E., Sveklova O. (2017). Gender-specific anxiety in schoolchildren aged 10-11 years. In Yu. Savchenkov, I. Loginova, G. Baturin , M. Chernov, N. Fatkulina, H.-W. Gessmann, & L. Soinova (Eds.), III International Scientific and Practical Conference “Psychological Health of the Person: Life Resource and Life Potential (267-275). Krasnoyarsk: Verso. DOI: 10.20333/2541-9315-2017-267-275
Keywords
anxiety, motivation to learn, gender-specific characteristics, school adaptation, school students
Authors
Petrova Ludmila Anatoljevna Ulianov Chuvash State University Associate Professor, Department of Social and Clinical Psychology Address: 15, Moskovsky prospect, Cheboksary, 428015; phone: +7 (8352) 452031;E-mail: elyu88@gmail.com
Lazareva E. Ulianov Chuvash State University Cheboksary, Russia
Sveklova O. Ulianov Chuvash State University Cheboksary, Russia
Study of individual school adaptation of the situation requires a comprehensive study of the characteristics of the school motivation, anxiety, and social self-assessment taking into account age and gender characteristics of students. 86 students of the 4-5th grades of school aged 10-11 were questioned. Psychological diagnostics used: “Anxiety Scale”; Phillips school test of anxiety; projective technique “Thermometer”, the method “Symbolic task to identify the social self-esteem”, the questionnaire “Evaluation of School motivation level”. Girls have a high school level of motivation and self-esteem, in contrast to the boys with the average level of learning motivation and self-esteem. The boys often have total school anxiety, the fear of their knowledge to be checked, concerns and fears in relation to teachers. Girls’ physiological resistance to stress correlates with high level of stress and feelings of social expression fear, fear not to meet the expectations of others. Boys’ increase of interpersonal anxiety correlates with an increase of the fear of self-expression and improving the overall school anxiety correlates with increasing levels of frustration needs to succeed. The results allow making effective psychological and prevention programs to work with anxiety states of students.
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Popenko N., Cherdancev D. (2017). The efficiency of rendering psychological assistance to patients with obliterating diseases of lower limb arteries after reconstructive operations. In Yu. Savchenkov, I. Loginova, G. Baturin , M. Chernov, N. Fatkulina, H.-W. Gessmann, & L. Soinova (Eds.), III International Scientific and Practical Conference “Psychological Health of the Person: Life Resource and Life Potential (276-283). Krasnoyarsk: Verso. DOI: 10.20333/2541-9315-2017-276-283
Keywords
psychological assistance, depression, anxiety, obliterating atherosclerosis, patients with obliterating diseases of lower limb arteries, vascular profile hospital, internal resources
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Popenko Natalya Valerijevna Krasnoyarsk State Medical University Candidate of psychological sciences, senior lecturer, Clinical psychology and psychotherapy department Address: 1, Partizan Zheleznyak street, Krasnoyarsk, 660022; phone: +7 (391) 221 91 45; E-mai: popenkonv@yandex.ru
Cherdantsev Dmitry Vladimirovich Professor V.F. Voino-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University Dr. Med. Sc, Professor gs7@mail.ru
The article presents the data on efficiency of rendering psychological assistance to patients in the conditions of a vascular profile hospital. The operation executed brilliantly from the technical side cannot give to the patient relief and convalescence if the mentality has undergone changes. At the present stage an important task is to render psychological assistance to patients who underwent surgical interventions in the conditions of a hospital. Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale (HADS) (A. S. Zigmond and R. P. Snaith) which is aimed at identification of emotional disorders was used for the diagnostic. HADS was developed to provide doctors with the acceptable and easy in use practical tool for identification and quantitative assessment of depression and anxiety. The program of medico-psychological assistance is designed to activate internal resources and promote patients’ adaptation to the changing living conditions. Results of the conducted research demonstrate the presence of depression as one of clinical implications in the emotional sphere of patients with obliterating diseases of lower limb arteries.
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Sanzhaeva Rimma Dugarovna, Bayartueva S., Bazarov D., Monsonova A.
p.284-291
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Sanzhaeva R., Bayartueva S., Bazarov D., Monsonova R. (2017). Development of motivational sphere in children with disabilities. In Yu. Savchenkov, I. Loginova, G. Baturin , M. Chernov, N. Fatkulina, H.-W. Gessmann, & L. Soinova (Eds.), III International Scientific and Practical Conference “Psychological Health of the Person: Life Resource and Life Potential (284-291). Krasnoyarsk: Verso. DOI: 10.20333/2541-9315-2017-284-291
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training, motivation, disability, children with disabilities, cerebral hemispheric asymmetry, adaptation
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Sanzhaeva Rimma Dugarovna Buryat State University DSc in Psychology, Professor of the Department of Developmental and Educational Psychology 24-a, Smolina street, Ulan-Ude, 670000; phone: +7(951) 6397225; E-mail: rimmasan24@mail.ru
Bayartueva S. Buryat State University Ulan-Ude, Russia
Bazarov D. Buryat State University Ulan-Ude, Russia
Monsonova A. Buryat State University Ulan-Ude, Russia
The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (1989), also called the “Magna Carta for Children” deepens and specifies the dispositions of the Declaration of the Rights of the Child. Having signed this Convention, the governments claim the legal responsibility for their actions towards children. The provisions of the Convention are reduced to four basic requirements that need to ensure children's rights: survival, development, protection and active participation in public life (Article 6). The words “child” and “disability” are incompatible. The disease brings pain and problems not only to the child but to the people around; it often develops the feeling of inferiority. How can we help such children “find themselves”? The purpose of the work of teachers and psychologists of the school of social adaptation for children with disabilities No 60 (Ulan-Ude) is to help children find their place in life. The novelty of the investigation lies in the fact that it was based on giving attention to the cerebral hemispheric asymmetry. A special feature includes the implementation and provision of the home-based education. The results of many years of work have been tested in practice and are positive.
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Tolstoles E., Lukyanov O. (2017). Attractiveness of medical students and their risk of being uninvolved in clinical affairs. In Yu. Savchenkov, I. Loginova, G. Baturin , M. Chernov, N. Fatkulina, H.-W. Gessmann, & L. Soinova (Eds.), III International Scientific and Practical Conference “Psychological Health of the Person: Life Resource and Life Potential (292-302). Krasnoyarsk: Verso. DOI: 10.20333/2541-9315-2017-292-302
Keywords
attractiveness, interaction, accordance, psychological unreadiness, clinical affairs, psychological potential, relational competences
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Tolstoles Ekaterina Sergeevna Siberian State Medical University Senior lecturer, Department of Social Work, Social and Clinical Psychology Address: 2, Moscow highway street, Tomsk, 634050; phone: +7 (909) 5419321 E-mail: est19@rambler.ru
Lukyanov O. Tomsk State University Tomsk, Russia
The article is devoted to the problem of future doctor’s attractiveness for interaction with patients. The results of empirical research are presented. The formation of practical skills (professional competences) in educational institutions implements mainly with simulation technologies. However, all abstract scenarios used in programming of electronic robots-simulators are not able to reproduce all palette of interaction with a real patient. Probably in the medical training a trend to form primarily professional (instrumental) competences will lead and leads to decreasing doctor’s attractiveness for a patient in the form of mutual depersonalization and, respectively, this has a negative effect on the recovery process. Comparative analysis of medical students’ psychological potential showed that future doctors have predominance of competencies hindering effective interaction with patients. These are competitive spirit, selfishness, sarcasm, impulsivity. Our findings indicate that it is necessary to implement special programmes of psychoprophylaxis of being uninvolved in the system of integration with patients for medical students.
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Vishnyakova Nina Nikolaevna, Loginova Irina Olegovna, Kaskaeva Darya Sergeevna, Kononenko I.
p.303-313
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Vishnyakova N., Loginova I., Kaskayeva D., Kononenko I. (2017). Research of psychological wellbeing of the medical university students belonging to different dispensary observation groups. In Yu. Savchenkov, I. Loginova, G. Baturin , M. Chernov, N. Fatkulina, H.-W. Gessmann, & L. Soinova (Eds.), III International Scientific and Practical Conference “Psychological Health of the Person: Life Resource and Life Potential 303-313). Krasnoyarsk: Verso. DOI: 10.20333/2541-9315-2017-303-313
Keywords
dispensary observation groups, psychological wellbeing of the person, health, somatic and psychosomatic diseases, psychological prevention of diseases
Authors
Vishnyakova Nina Nikolaevna Professor V.F. Voyno-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University Postgraduate Student of the Department of Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy vislmina@mail.ru
Loginova Irina Olegovna Professor V.F. Voyno-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University PhD Psychology, Professor 1, Partizan Zheleznyak street, Krasnoyarsk, 660022; phone: +7 (391) 221 91 45; E-mai: loginova70_70@mail.ru
Kaskaeva Darya Sergeevna Professor V.F. Voyno-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University Cand. Med. Sc., Associate Professor of the Department of Polyclinic Therapy, Family Medicine and Healthy Lifestyle with Postgraduate Courses dashakas.ru@mail.ru
Kononenko I. Krasnoyarsk State Medical University Krasnoyarsk, Russia
The article presents the results of an empirical research of psychological wellbeing of the medical university students belonging to three groups according to the results of their regular medical observation. The conclusions are based on diagnostic data obtained for the group of examinees comprising 307 respondents. The level of their psychological wellbeing was diagnosed by means of the Scales of Psychological Wellbeing. Low level of psychological wellbeing on separate scales among the students belonging to the first, second and third groups of dispensary observation was registered. It was established that a low level of a person’s psychological wellbeing – not only for the representatives of the second and third groups (with a chronic disease in the anamnesis), but also for healthy respondents – can be defined as one of the risk factors for health. Moreover, it can serve as a criterion for development of target programs of disease prevention, preservation and promotion of health.
Artukhov, I. P., &Kaskaeva, D. S. (2014).Health status assessment of the higher educational institutions students in Krasnoyarsk.Siberian Medical Review, (6), 61–64. doi:10.20333/25000136-2014-6-61-64 (in Russian) Burger, P. H. M., Neumann, C., Ropohl, A., Paulsen, F., &Scholz, M. (2016).Development of depression and deterioration in quality of life in german dental medical students in preclinical semesters. Annals of Anatomy, 208, 183-186. doi:10.1016/j.aanat.2016.05.011 Fares, J., Saadeddin, Z., Al Tabosh, H., Aridi, H., El Mouhayyar, C., Koleilat, M. K., . . . El Asmar, K. (2016). Extracurricular activities associated with stress and burnout in preclinical medical students. Journal of Epidemiology and Global Health, 6(3), 177-185. doi:10.1016/j.jegh.2015.10.003 Grégoire, S., Lachance, L., Bouffard, T., Hontoy, L. -.,& De Mondehare, L. (2016). The effectiveness of the approach of acceptance and commitment with regard to the psychological health and academic engagement of university students. [L'Efficacité de l'approched'acceptationetd'engagement en regard de la santé psychologique et de l'engagementscolaire des étudiantsuniversitaires] Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science, 48(3), 222-231. doi:10.1037/cbs0000040 Jin, L., & Wang, C. D. C. (2016). International students’ attachment and psychological well-being: The mediation role of mental toughness. Counselling Psychology Quarterly, , 1-20. doi:10.1080/09515070.2016.1211510 Kidger, J., Stone, T., Tilling, K., Brockman, R., Campbell, R., Ford, T., . . .Gunnell, D. (2016). A pilot cluster randomised controlled trial of a support and training intervention to improve the mental health of secondary school teachers and students - the WISE (wellbeing in secondary education) study. BMC Public Health, 16(1), 1-14. doi:10.1186/s12889-016-3737-y Kolkova, S. M., &Kokourova, M. S. (2014). Prevention of emotional burnout in the students of medical university. Siberian Medical Review, (6), 106–109. doi:10.20333/25000136-2014-6-106-109 (in Russian) Kononenko, I. O., Vishnyakova, N. N., &Senchenko, G. V. (2014).Corporal image I at patients with the psychosomatic diagnosis and the program of its correction.In: Proceedings of International conference “Psychological health of the person: life recourse and life potential” (pp. 226-233). Krasnojarsk :KrasGMU. (in Russian) Kozmina, L. B. (2013).Self-relation and self-rating as predictors of psychological wellbeing of the person of students psychologists.Historical and social-educational ideas, (1), 193-197.(in Russian) Mcfadden, D. L. H. (2016). Health and academic success: A look at the challenges of first-generation community college students. Journal of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners, 28(4), 227-232. doi:10.1002/2327-6924.12345 Räsänen, P., Lappalainen, P., Muotka, J., Tolvanen, A., &Lappalainen, R. (2016). An online guided ACT intervention for enhancing the psychological wellbeing of university students: A randomized controlled clinical trial.Behaviour Research and Therapy, 78, 30-42. doi:10.1016/j.brat.2016.01.001 Renshaw, T. L., &Bolognino, S. J. (2016). The college student subjective wellbeing questionnaire: A brief, multidimensional measure of Undergraduate’s covitality. Journal of Happiness Studies, 17(2), 463-484. doi:10.1007/s10902-014-9606-4 Ryff, C. D., & Keyes, C. L. M. (1995). The structure of psychological well-being revisited. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 69(4), 719-727. Ryff, C. D., Miyamoto, Y., Boylan, J. M., Coe, C. L., Karasawa, M., Kawakami, N., Kan, C., Love, G. D., Levine, C., Markus, H. R., Park J., &Kitayama, S. (2015). Culture, inequality, and health: evidence from the MIDUS and MIDJA comparison. Culture and Brain, 3(1), 1–20. doi:10.1007/s40167-015-0025-0 Shevelenkova, T. D., &Fesenko, P. P. (2005).Psychological wellbeing of the person (review of the main concepts and technique of a research).Psihologicheskajadiagnostika, (3), 95-130. (in Russian) Sidorov, P. I., &Parnjakov, A. V. (2000).Introduction to clinical psychology.Moscow :Akademproekt, Ekaterinburg: Delovajakniga, Vol. 2. 380 p. (in Russian) Soares, D. S., & Chan, L. (2016). Stress and wellbeing of junior doctors in australia: A comparison with american doctors and population norms. BMC Medical Education, 16(1) doi:10.1186/s12909-016-0693-2 The order of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation of December 3, 2012 N 1006 N "About the statement of an order of carrying out medical examination of certain groups of adult population". Retpieved from: http://base.garant.ru/70355634/#ixzz3aVvKOpoE (in Russian) Torales, J., Troche, Z., Ibarrola, E., Micó, G., Barrios, I., Bolla, L., . . .Ventriglio, A. (2016). Subjective psychological wellbeing in medical students: A pilot study from paraguay. 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Kaskaeva Darya Sergeevna, Zorina E. V., Petrova Marina Mihailovna, Loginova Irina Olegovna, Mudrova L. A., Susloparova R.
p.314-325
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Kaskaeva D., Zorina E., Petrova M., Loginova I., Mudrova L., Susloparova R. (2017). Healthy lifestyle - related psychological сharacteristics of students. In Yu. Savchenkov, I. Loginova, G. Baturin , M. Chernov, N. Fatkulina, H.-W. Gessmann, & L. Soinova (Eds.), III International Scientific and Practical Conference “Psychological Health of the Person: Life Resource and Life Potential (314-325). Krasnoyarsk: Verso. DOI: 10.20333/2541-9315-2017-314-325
Keywords
psychosomatic status, quality of life, students, healthy life style, environment conditions, stress, “man-man” professions
Authors
Kaskaeva Darya Sergeevna Professor V.F. Voyno-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University Cand. Med. Sc., Associate Professor of the Department of Polyclinic Therapy, Family Medicine and Healthy Lifestyle with Postgraduate Courses dashakas.ru@mail.ru
Zorina E. V. Professor V.F. Voyno-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University zonna-eka@mail.ru
Petrova Marina Mihailovna Professor V.F. Voyno-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University Dr.Med.Sc., Professor, Vice-Rector on Scientific Work, Head of the Department of Polyclinic Therapy and Family Medicine and Healthy Lifestyle with a Course of PE stk99@yandex.ru
Loginova Irina Olegovna Professor V.F. Voyno-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University PhD Psychology, Professor 1, Partizan Zheleznyak street, Krasnoyarsk, 660022; phone: +7 (391) 221 91 45; E-mai: loginova70_70@mail.ru
Mudrova L. A. Professor V.F. Voyno-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University mudrova.larisa@yandex.ru
Susloparova R. Krasnoyarsk State Medical University Krasnoyarsk, Russia
In case of a psychosomatic disease conflict dynamics is determined by the concept of "stress". Modern students are characterized by low rates of health and a high level of personal anxiety, being referred to "at risk" for psychosomatic illnesses any university students as they should adapt to new factors, specific for a high school. Violations of physical and mental health of students are manifested primarily in the formation of psychosomatic disorders such as vegetative-vascular dystonia, hypertension, functional disorders of the cardiovascular activity and disorders of the gastrointestinal tract. The presented reseach is aimed to reveal the problem of maintaining healthy life-style as a way to prevent psychosomatic disorders. In the course of study the levels of depression and anxiety and the quality of life of students from three different educational institutions have been evaluated. The manifestations of anxiety and depression have been observed mainly among university students. The obtained results seem to be associated with the level of university requirements which is higher in comparison with the level of requirements in colleges.
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Part 4. APPLIED ASPECTS OF HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY
Burneikaite Salomeja, Andrejeva J., Volkova Olesya Vladimirovna
p.326-335
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Burneikaite S., Andrejeva J., Volkova O. (2017). Opportunities of creating textile handicrafts during the rehabilitation process. In Yu. Savchenkov, I. Loginova, G. Baturin , M. Chernov, N. Fatkulina, H.-W. Gessmann, & L. Soinova (Eds.), III International Scientific and Practical Conference “Psychological Health of the Person: Life Resource and Life Potential (326-335). Krasnoyarsk: Verso. DOI: 10.20333/2541-9315-2017-326-335
Keywords
textile techniques, handicrafts, puppets, occupational therapy, rehabilitation, training fine motor skills, positions of internship
Authors
Burneikaite Salomeja Klaipeda University Lecturer, Rehabilitation Department Adress: 29-9, Pusyno st., Klaipeda, Lithuania, LT – 92266; phone: +3(706)1516604; E-mail: salomeja.burneikaite@gmail.com
Andrejeva J. Klaipeda University Klaipeda, Lithuania
Volkova Olesya Vladimirovna Krasnoyarsk State Medical University PhD, Associate professor, Clinical psychology and psychotherapy department Address: 9-15, Astrakhanskaya street, 660037; phone: +7 (950) 9950409; E-mai: olesyavl.volkova@mail.ru
The following work presents the practice of the use of textile techniques in creating handicrafts during the rehabilitation process, based on the study experience and by carrying out the subject tasks of the creative methods in class and in the positions of internship. Students’ tasks to create textile handicrafts and puppets had aims: by means of the following activity provide patients with an opportunity to train fine motor skills, turn their thoughts to creation, motivate them to achieve the desired result, while creating a puppet, as a spiritualized object to feel the relationship with another life, express it and reflect. A number of puppets created by patients correspond to the structure of a gloves puppet. These ones were recommended as a means of occupational therapy for training fine motor skills by making a gloves puppet and animating it after putting it on. The aim of the work is to present the practice of the purposeful use of textile techniques in creating handicrafts during the rehabilitation process, based on the study experience and by carrying out the subject tasks of creative methods in rehabilitation in the positions of internship.
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Gedvytaite Jurgita, Andrejeva J., Bikuliciene R., Zuravliova T.
p.336-348
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Gedvygaite J., Andrejeva J., Bikuliciene R., Zuravliova T. (2017). Efficiency of tai chi for patients with parkinson’s disease. In Yu. Savchenkov, I. Loginova, G. Baturin , M. Chernov, N. Fatkulina, H.-W. Gessmann, & L. Soinova (Eds.), III International Scientific and Practical Conference “Psychological Health of the Person: Life Resource and Life Potential (336-348). Krasnoyarsk: Verso. DOI: 10.20333/2541-9315-2017-336-348
Keywords
Parkinson ’s disease, physical therapy, Tai Chi, physical activity, fatigue, rehabilitation, physical exescise
Authors
Gedvytaite Jurgita Klaipeda university Physiotherapist, Rehabilitation Department Adress: 1-4, Vyturio st., Klaipeda, Lithuania, LT – 95187; phone: +3(706)2029376; E-mail: gedvygaite.jurgita@gmail.com
Andrejeva J. Klaipeda University Klaipeda, Lithuania
Bikuliciene R. Klaipeda University Klaipeda, Lithuania
Zuravliova T. Klaipeda University Klaipeda, Lithuania
Frequent limb tremor, body immobilization and imbalance limit mobility, increase fatigue, cause emotional stress and recurrent depression. Physical exercises do not directly reduce bradykinesis, tremor or rigidity, they help patients improve their functional activity, increase their mobility and improve mood (Budrys, 2009). The method is beneficial to Parkinson’s disease (PD) patients because it involves such movements as weight transfer from one leg to another, slow and controlled movements, and waist rotation (Borrione et al, 2014).The purpose of the study was to investigate the effects of a 15-session program of therapeutic Tai Chi. All participants were examined twice - before and after the Tai Chi programme. The study was conducted with patients at stages I-III of Parkinson’s disease at VšĮKlaipėdaSeamen‘s hospital in Lithuania. A total of 16 participants were enrolled: 9 females and 7 males. Research methods: evaluation of balance and gait according to Mary Tinetti (1986); fatigue evaluation by means of the Multidimensional Fatigue Inventory. The research findings showed that the patients demonstrated better results during the application of the Tai Chi programme. Their mobility improved to such a degree that research subjects showed the decrease in fatigue indices.
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Sucylaite Jurate, Kavaliauskiene G., Rudnickyte E.
p.349-360
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Sucylaite J., Kavaliauskiene G., Rudnickyte E. (2017). Evaluation of alcohol dependent persons’ activity. In Yu. Savchenkov, I. Loginova, G. Baturin , M. Chernov, N. Fatkulina, H.-W. Gessmann, & L. Soinova (Eds.), III International Scientific and Practical Conference “Psychological Health of the Person: Life Resource and Life Potential (349-360). Krasnoyarsk: Verso. DOI: 10.20333/2541-9315-2017-349-360
Keywords
dependence on alcohol, occupational therapy, productivity, education, self improvement, social environment
Authors
Sucylaite Jurate Klaipeda University Doctor, Associate Professor, Rehabilitation Department Address: H. Manto street, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Klaipeda, Klaipeda,Lithuania, 92294, phone:+ 3(706)10-340-38. E-mail: jurate.sucylaite@ku.lt
Kavaliauskiene G. Klaipeda University Klaipeda, Lithuania
Rudnickyte E. Klaipeda University Klaipeda, Lithuania
This study was carried out to find out what impairments of activity appear when the person depends on alcohol, and what skills could be improved with the help of occupational therapists. Occupational therapy is a simple way to improve self esteem, and renew professional skills, to improve quality of leisure time and to strengthen personality, but this field is still under-investigated. The aim of this research is to evaluate the problems of the activities of individuals suffering from dependence on alcohol. The OCAIRS (Occupational Case Analysis. Interview and Rating Scale), which provides a structured interview, was used for data collection. Statistical analysis was used for data generalization. According to our findings, productivity is the most affected activity of persons dependent on alcohol. Men have significantly more cases of productivity impairment (p<0.01), whereas women have significantly less comfortable physical environment (p<0.05). Elderly people assess their activities and environment more positively, only their assessment of physical environment is less positive (p<0.05). Respondents with higher education and with vocational education have more positive social environment, less impaired productivity and skills, more clear values and aims, greater perceived personal causality in all spheres of activity (p<0.01). Divorced respondents have the most destroyed habits (p<0.01).
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Kolkova Svetlana Mikhailovna, Ivanova M.
p.361-374
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Kolkova S., Ivanova M. (2017). Features of defense mechanisms of men with oncologic diseases. In Yu. Savchenkov, I. Loginova, G. Baturin , M. Chernov, N. Fatkulina, H.-W. Gessmann, & L. Soinova (Eds.), III International Scientific and Practical Conference “Psychological Health of the Person: Life Resource and Life Potential (361-374). Krasnoyarsk: Verso. DOI: 10.20333/2541-9315-2017-361-374
Keywords
oncology patients, related to disease, defense mechanisms, denial, suppression, projection, compensation, displacement, intellectualization
Authors
Kolkova Svetlana Mikhailovna Kгasnoyaгsk State Medical Univeraty Candidate of psychological science, Associate professor, Clinical psychology and psychotherapy department Address: 1, Partizan Zheleznyak street, Krasnoyarsk, 660022; phone: +7 (391) 221 91 45; E-mai: kolkova67@mail.ru
Ivanova M. Krasnoyarsk State Medical University Krasnoyarsk, Russia
Psychological defense mechanisms aim to overcome the frustrating impact of disease and a complex set of anxiety disorders. However, these mechanisms are not always effective in overcoming stress. Psychological support has a positive effect in the treatment of patients with cancer. To implement an individual approach, it is important to explore some psychological characteristics of the patient. Among other studies, the study of psychological defense mechanisms is of special importance. In this research a comparative study of psychological defense mechanisms of patients with cancer and healthy people is presented. The Life Style Index (LSI) method, compiled on the basis of the ego-defenses profile, was used. As it was revealed , the predominant mechanism of psychological defense in cancer patients is “denia”, while in healthy people it is “suppression”. Other protection mechanisms are also different in patients with cancer and healthy people. Consequently, detection of differences in the studied samples may indicate that there is a change of psychological defense mechanisms in case of cancer.
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Mosienko Mikhail Konstantinovich
p.375-380
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Mosienko M. (2017). Resentment as a communicative situation. In Yu. Savchenkov, I. Loginova, G. Baturin , M. Chernov, N. Fatkulina, H.-W. Gessmann, & L. Soinova (Eds.), III International Scientific and Practical Conference “Psychological Health of the Person: Life Resource and Life Potential (375-380). Krasnoyarsk: Verso. DOI: 10.20333/2541-9315-2017-375-380
Keywords
resentment, communication, ethics, social stigma, psychology of emotions, social philosophy
Authors
Mosienko Mikhail Konstantinovich Siberian Federal University Candidate of Philosopy, Institute of Pedagogy, Psychology and Sociology Address: 79, Svobodny Prospect, Krasnoyarsk, 660041; phone: +7(391)206-21-54; E-mail: mmk1100@mail.ru
Resentment is analyzed as a communicative situation. Its functional definition is unilateral communication breach. There are two classes of resentment: open and closed resentment. The reason for resentment to arise is a feeling of injustice, whereas the reason for resentment to keep existing is different – it is the inability of a subject of resentment not to break communication. Author analyzes the effectiveness of the repressive strategy in solving resentment problem. The aim of this research is to explicate the functional nature of resentment. The novelty of this research is in analyzing resentment not as a form of emotional experience (this aspect of resentment is well described by psychology of emotions), but as a communicative situation. The method of this research is conceptual analysis. The research is relevant both practically (education, corrective psychology, administration and negotiation practice can benefit from its results) and theoretically: it is an attempt to give a clearer theoretical understanding of resentment.
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Nikolaev Evgeni L’vovich, Vasilieva N., Litvinova E.
p.381-390
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Mosienko M. (2017). Clinical and gender differences in coping in mltiple sclerosis patients. In Yu. Savchenkov, I. Loginova, G. Baturin , M. Chernov, N. Fatkulina, H.-W. Gessmann, & L. Soinova (Eds.), III International Scientific and Practical Conference “Psychological Health of the Person: Life Resource and Life Potential (381-390). Krasnoyarsk: Verso. DOI: 10.20333/2541-9315-2017-381-390
Keywords
multiple sclerosis, coping, relapsing-remitting course, secondary progressive course
Authors
Nikolaev Evgeni L’vovich Ulianov Chuvash State University Professor, Head of Department of Social and Clinical Psychology Address: 15, Moskovsky prospect, Cheboksary, 428015; phone: +7(8352)45-20-31; E-mail: pzdorovie@bk.ru
Vasilieva N. Ulianov Chuvash State University Cheboksary, Russia
Litvinova E. Ulianov Chuvash State University Cheboksary, Russia
The work was aimed at the research of psychological specificity of control in the sphere of cognitive, emotional and behavioral manifestations of the multiple sclerosis. 104 multiple sclerosis patients aged 19-64 were psychologically examined. 73 patients were recognized as having relapsing-remitting course of multiple sclerosis (RRMS), while 31 patients had secondary progressive course of multiple sclerosis (SPMS). E. Heim’s questionnaire for psychological diagnostics of coping was used. The disease is accompanied by negative changes in the control process at cognitive, emotional and behavioral levels-by the weakening of the ability to make problem analysis of situations, lessening of optimism, suppression of emotions, deviation from aggression and the termination of cooperation. Manifistations of passiveness in the form of confusion and humility are increased. The individual becomes more religious. Men are mainly focused on cognitive adaptive coping, while women-on socially oriented coping. RRMS and SPMS, with regard to the sphere of personality psychical functioning, are characterized by domination of both adaptive and disadaptive control strategies. The given results can be taken into consideration in order to develop differential targets of psychological support for MS patients in the process of treatment.
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Nikolaeva Elena Ivanovna, Elnikova O., Vergunov E.
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Nikolaeva E., Elnikova O., Vergunov E. (2017). How hardiness and the quality of life relate to the parameters of autonomic regulation. In Yu. Savchenkov, I. Loginova, G. Baturin , M. Chernov, N. Fatkulina, H.-W. Gessmann, & L. Soinova (Eds.), III International Scientific and Practical Conference “Psychological Health of the Person: Life Resource and Life Potential (391-401). Krasnoyarsk: Verso. DOI: 10.20333/2541-9315-2017-391-401
Keywords
hardiness, quality of life, autonomic system, sympathetic and parasympathetic systems
Authors
Nikolaeva Elena Ivanovna Herzen State Pedagogical University Doctor of Biological sciences, Professor Address: h. 48, Moika emb., Saint-Petersburg, 191186, Russia: phone: +7(812)3124492; E-mail: klemtina@yandex.ru
Elnikova O. Bunin State University Eletz, Russia
Vergunov E. Scientific Research Institute of Physiology and Basic Medicine Novosibirsk, Russia
Prognostic significance of the two tests most often used by psychologists for describing a subject’s quality of life, the Short Form-36 Health Status Survey and the Hardiness Test has been evaluated in the research. As an indicator of the state of internal control, correlative activity of the sympathetic nervous system and the parasympathetic nervous system, as the two divisions of the autonomic nervous system, was chosen. A total of 59 students and office workers participated. The study was conducted in two successive stages within a single session. During each of the stages, the heart rate was recorded at an R-R interval of 300, which made it possible to assess slow and fast waves on the cardiogram. During the first stage, the R-R intervals were recorded with the subject in the state of quiet wakefulness; during the second stage, the subject’s health was discussed. It has been shown that a person’s own feeling about the state of their health is not associated with important parameters that describe state of the internal environment. The only correlation between a person’s own description and the actual inner state is possible when the person describes one’s own real responsibilities and how he carries them out.
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Role of the sympathetic nervous system in stress-mediated cardiovascular disease. Current Hypertension Reports, 17(10) doi:10.1007/s11906-015-0594-5 Holsboer, F., & Ising, M. (2010). Stress hormone regulation: biological role and translation into therapy. Annual Review of Psychology, 61(1), 81–109. doi:10.1146/annurev.psych.093008.100321 Jelenova, D., Prasko, J., Ociskova, M., Hruby, R., Latalova, K., Holubova, M., & Mihal, V. (2016). Autonomic nervous system in adolescents with inflammatory bowel disease, immunity, and exercise. Activitas Nervosa Superior Rediviva, 58(1), 1-10. Retrieved from www.scopus.com Keller, P. S., Kouros, C. D., Erath, S. A., Dahl, R. E., & El-Sheikh, M. (2014). Longitudinal relations between maternal depressive symptoms and child sleep problems: The role of parasympathetic nervous system reactivity. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines, 55(2), 172-179. doi:10.1111/jcpp.12151 Leont'ev, D. A., Rasskazova, E. I. (2006). 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The relationship between the quality of life, hardiness and parameters of autonomic balance. In: Behavior Change: Making an Impact on Health and Health Services. Conference Abstracts. Aberdeen: EHPS, 736. Nikolaeva, E., & Elnikova, O. (2014). Attitude to the Diseases of the People with Different Health Levels. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, 159, 96–100. doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2014.12.336. Riftine, A. (2010). Method for Quantitative assessment of the Autonomic Nervous System based on Heart Rate Variability analysis. Patent: US 7,826892 B2, Date: November 2, 2010. Riftine, A. (2014). Fitness Score assessment based on Heart Rate Variability analysis during orthostatic intervention. Patent: US 8,682,421 B2, Date: March 25, 2014. Sterling, P. (2015). Principles of allostasis: Optimal design, predictive regulation, pathophysiology, and rational therapeutics. 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The MOS 36-item short-form health survey (sf-36): I. conceptual framework and item selection. Medical Care, 30(6), 473-483. Williamson, J. B., Porges, E. C., Lamb, D. G., & Porges, S. W. (2015). Maladaptive autonomic regulation in PTSD accelerates physiological aging. Frontiers in Psychology, 6(JAN) doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2015.00571
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Hryhus I., Pelekh Y. (2017). Efficiency of psychophysical rehabilittion of patients with mild persistent bronchial asthma. In Yu. Savchenkov, I. Loginova, G. Baturin , M. Chernov, N. Fatkulina, H.-W. Gessmann, & L. Soinova (Eds.), III International Scientific and Practical Conference “Psychological Health of the Person: Life Resource and Life Potential (402-415). Krasnoyarsk: Verso. DOI: 10.20333/2541-9315-2017-402-415
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mild persistent bronchial asthma, airway hyperresponsiveness, physical rehabilitation programme, therapeutic exercise, forced expiratory volume, peak expiratory flow rate
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Hryhus I. National University of Water and Environmental Engineering Rivne, Ukraine
Pelekh Yury Vladimirovich Rivne State University of Humanities Doctor of Pedagogy, Professor Adress: 12, S. Bandera street, Rivne, 33000, Ukraine; phone: +3(622) 267865 E-mail: pelekhyurii@ukr.net
This article deals with psychophysical rehabilitation of patients with mild persistent bronchial asthma. Results of such patients’ rehabilitation depend on personal peculiarities of patients: some of them need only medical (including physical) rehabilitation, others – medical and psychological. The paper describes implementation of complex physical rehabilitation programme (therapeuticexercise, massage, physiotherapy) in the treatment of patients suffering from mild persistent bronchial asthma. The research was held at the Rivne Regional Hospital. The accumulation of the results of the experiment was performed progressively as admission of patients to Pulmonology Department. There were 70 persistent bronchial asthma patients under the supervision. Efficiency assessment of the psychophysical rehabilitation programme was held according to the clinicalindicators, changesin functional condition of cardior espiratory system and externa breathing. The research showed that efficiency of psychophysical rehabilitation of patients with mild persistent bronchial asthma is proved. It is very important that asthma became controlled which is proved by significant improvement of the average functional condition of cardiorespiratory system and external breathing in comparison.
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Petrova Marina Mihailovna, Prokopenko Semyon Vladimirovich, Eryomina O., Mozheyko Elena Yurievna, Kaskaeva Darya Sergeevna, Gavrilyuk Oksana Akeksandrovna
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Petrova M., Prokopenko S., Eryomina O., Mozheyko E., Kaskaeva D., Gavrilyuk O. (2017). Cognitive problems in patients with ischaemic heart disease in the early postoperative period after coronary artery bypass grafting. In Yu. Savchenkov, I. Loginova, G. Baturin , M. Chernov, N. Fatkulina, H.-W. Gessmann, & L. Soinova (Eds.), III International Scientific and Practical Conference “Psychological Health of the Person: Life Resource and Life Potential (416-424). Krasnoyarsk: Verso. DOI: 10.20333/2541-9315-2017-416-424
Keywords
coronary bypass graft surgery, artificial circulation, cognitive impairment, early post-operative period, ischaemic heart desease, patients
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Petrova Marina Mihailovna Professor V.F. Voyno-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University Dr.Med.Sc., Professor, Vice-Rector on Scientific Work, Head of the Department of Polyclinic Therapy and Family Medicine and Healthy Lifestyle with a Course of PE stk99@yandex.ru
Prokopenko Semyon Vladimirovich Professor V.F. Voyno-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University Dr.Med.Sc., Professor & Head of the Department of Neurological Diseases with the Course of Medical Rehabilitation s.v.proc.58@mail.ru
Eryomina O. Krasnoyarsk State Medical University Krasnoyarsk, Russia
Mozheyko Elena Yurievna Professor V.F. Voyno-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University Ph.D..Associate professor, Department of neurological diseases,head of an office of prevention of a stroke, diagnostics of cognitive dysfunction of SCO of FMBA of Russia el_mozhejko@mail.ru
Kaskaeva Darya Sergeevna Professor V.F. Voyno-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University Cand. Med. Sc., Associate Professor of the Department of Polyclinic Therapy, Family Medicine and Healthy Lifestyle with Postgraduate Courses dashakas.ru@mail.ru
Gavrilyuk Oksana Akeksandrovna Professor V.F. Voyno-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University Candidate of pedagogical sciences, Associate professor, Head of the Department of Latin and Foreign Languages 1, P. Zheleznyaka street, Krasnoyarsk, 660022; phone: +7(391)2271212; E-mail: oksana.gavrilyuk@mail.ru
Postoperative cognitive dysfunction (POCD) is the most common complication that may occur after direct myocardial revascularisation under the circumstances of artificial circulation (AC). This fact is of special importance for patients of productive age, as development of POCD complicates the restoration process and reduces efficiency of rehabilitation. The aim of the study was to investigate the incidence of cognitive impairment in the early postoperative period under the circumstances of AC. The research was carried out on the basis of the Federal State Budgetary Institution of Federal Cardiovascular Surgery Centre, Krasnoyarsk. 146 patients with ischaemic heart disease (IHD) and scheduled for coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) were enrolled in the study. All the patients underwent CABG in the conditions of AC. After the operation all the patients were observed in the intensive care unit by means of ongoing ECG, haemodynamic and respiratory monitoring. Neuropsychological testing performed 8-10 days after surgery revealed the presence of POCD. According to present knowledge, there is no generally accepted concept of POCD. This fact complicates elaboration of rehabilitation and follow-up strategies for patients with POCD. These issues require interdisciplinary investigation, further development of methods of diagnostics, prophylaxis and treatment of POCD in patients after CABG.
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Rackauskyte A., Andrejeva J. (2017). The effect of dog-assisted physical therapy on patients diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. In Yu. Savchenkov, I. Loginova, G. Baturin , M. Chernov, N. Fatkulina, H.-W. Gessmann, & L. Soinova (Eds.), III International Scientific and Practical Conference “Psychological Health of the Person: Life Resource and Life Potential (425-433). Krasnoyarsk: Verso. DOI: 10.20333/2541-9315-2017-425-433
Keywords
multiple sclerosis, dog-assisted therapy, spasticity, coordination, balance
Authors
Rackauskyte Amanda Health Sciences, Klaipeda University Physioterapist, Rehabilitation Department Adress: 22-16, Rambynasst, Klaipeda, Lithuania, LT – 93181; phone: +3(706)2714912; E-mail: a.rackauskyte@gmail.com
Andrejeva J. Klaipeda University Klaipeda, Lithuania
The objective of this study was the evaluation of the effect of dog-assisted therapy on MS patients. The main idea of the research was to use dog assistance not only for mental, but also for physical health improvement. Since MS is still incurable and the main therapies are based on dealing with its consequences, many researchers are experimenting with alternative therapies. Therefore, it was decided to choose dog assistance for combining physical therapy approach with alternative therapy. 4 members of a local MS organization were able to participate in the research from the beginning to the end. A special MS problem-based dog-assisted physical therapy program was created and had been modified at each meeting with the patients, depending on fatigue, mood and dog-human bond. Each participant took part in 12 procedures. Before and after the procedures, the following main parameters were evaluated: quality of life, pain, muscular atrophy, spasticity and strength, range of motion, coordination and balance. The best results were achieved on improving balance and coordination, minimizing muscular atrophy and spasticity of the affected side. There was a slight to no improvement on muscle strength and range of motion.
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Senchenko Galina Vasiljevna, Senchenko Alexey Yurievich
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Senchenko G., Senchenko A. (2017). Neuro-psychological maturation features of one-year-old orphans born by drug-addicted women. In Yu. Savchenkov, I. Loginova, G. Baturin , M. Chernov, N. Fatkulina, H.-W. Gessmann, & L. Soinova (Eds.), III International Scientific and Practical Conference “Psychological Health of the Person: Life Resource and Life Potential (434-442). Krasnoyarsk: Verso. DOI: 10.20333/2541-9315-2017-434-442
Keywords
neuro-psychological maturation, infants, orphan, drug-addiction, orphanage, tutorage, adoption
Authors
Senchenko Galina Vasiljevna Krasnoyarsk State Medical University Senior lecturer, Clinical psychology and psychotherapy department Address: 1, Partizan Zheleznyak street, Krasnoyarsk, 660022; phone: +7(391)-221-91-45; E-mail: senchenkogalina@yandex.ru
Senchenko Alexey Yurievich Professor V.F. Voyno-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University Cand. Med. Set., Associate Professor of the Department of Management in Health Care IPE sentchento@mail.ru
Drug consumption structure has been investigated recently and synthetic drugs, such as derivatives of JWH-018, -250, -317 and others gain popularity. These drugs have stronger psychoactive and somatic effect on a human body than traditional opiates. The orphanage is a health institution for education and care of orphans, children left without parental care and children with mental and physical disabilities, their ages vary from birth to four years. The research aimed to analyze neuro-psychological and behavioral maturation features of one-year-old orphans born by drug-addicted women, who took “synthetic” drugs during their pregnancy. The analysis of mental development of orphans of the first year of life, born by addicted mothers allows coming to the conclusions about a significant retardation in levels of infants’ development. This retardation is heavier than the similar one of infants born by women who took opiates during their pregnancy. However, the researchers pay attention to the fact that the results were collected regarding a small number of children who were under the study.
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Shchelkova O., Iakovleva M., Lubinskaya E., Nikolaeva O. (2017). Patients’ health - and life-related beliefs and their attitude toward adherence to treatment after coronary bypass grafting. In Yu. Savchenkov, I. Loginova, G. Baturin , M. Chernov, N. Fatkulina, H.-W. Gessmann, & L. Soinova (Eds.), III International Scientific and Practical Conference “Psychological Health of the Person: Life Resource and Life Potential (443-453). Krasnoyarsk: Verso. DOI: 10.20333/2541-9315-2017-443-453
Keywords
psychosomatics, adherence to treatment, health-related beliefs, irrational beliefs, coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG)
Authors
Shchelkova Olga Yuryevna Saint Petersburg State University Doctor of Psychology, Professor, Head of the Department of Medical Psychology and Psychophysiology Address: 7/9, Universitetskaya emb., Saint Petersburg, 199034; phone: +7(812)3289420; E-mail: olga.psy.pu@mail.ru
Iakovleva M. Saint Petersburg State University St. Petersburg, Russia
Lubinskaya E. Federal Almazov North-West Medical Research Centre St. Petersburg, Russia
Nikolaeva O. Federal Almazov North-West Medical Research Centre St. Petersburg, Russia
Adherence to therapy is an important factor determining health outcomes and patients’ quality of life. Few studies focus on the psychological factors of adherence. This study allows viewing the problem of patients’ therapeutic behavior in terms of their personality and mindsets. The aim of the research was to investigate the health-, treatment-, and life-related beliefs in connection with adherence to treatment among patients who underwent CABG. Non-adherent to treatment patients frequently showed an ignoring reaction to the disease and denial of the necessity of medical recommendations implementation. They tend to make demands to other people rather than to themselves, and place the responsibility on others. Adherent patients showed a more adequate reaction to the disease, understanding the influence of their behavior on their health, and acknowledging the need of complex therapy, including drug and non-drug treatment, and lifestyle changes. They tend to make demands to themselves rather than to other people, and have an unstable self-esteem. The data obtained prove the significance of the patient’s personality in the therapeutic process, show the influence of patients’ adequate attitude towards their disease and patients’ acknowledge of the value of their health, in treatment outcomes, and have a great value for psychocorrection.
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Shchelkova Olga Yuryevna, Usmanova E., Sushentsov E.
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Shchelkova O., Usmanova E., Sushentsov E. (2017). Quality of life and emotional status in patients with primary and metastatic bone tumors. In Yu. Savchenkov, I. Loginova, G. Baturin , M. Chernov, N. Fatkulina, H.-W. Gessmann, & L. Soinova (Eds.), III International Scientific and Practical Conference “Psychological Health of the Person: Life Resource and Life Potential (454-465). Krasnoyarsk: Verso. DOI: 10.20333/2541-9315-2017-454-465
Keywords
quality of life, emotional status, bone tumor, SF-36, QLQ-C30, BM 22, follow up
Authors
Shchelkova Olga Yuryevna Saint Petersburg State University Doctor of Psychology, Professor, Head of the Department of Medical Psychology and Psychophysiology Address: 7/9, Universitetskaya emb., Saint Petersburg, 199034; phone: +7(812)3289420; E-mail: olga.psy.pu@mail.ru
Usmanova E. Saint-Petersburg State University Saint-Petersburg, Russia
Sushentsov E. N.N. Blokhin Russian Cancer Research Center Moscow, Russia
The purpose of this study is to identify quality of life in patients with osteosarcoma, chondrosarcoma, giant cell tumor and bone metastases using disease-specific instrument (QLQ-C30 and module BM 22) and reveal these patients’ emotional status. A total of 120 patients with bone tumors were evaluated since 2012 till 2015. There are four groups depending on diagnosis: the group of patients with osteosarcoma (41 persons), patients with giant cell tumor (31 persons), the group of chondrosarcoma patients (30 persons) and patients with bone metastases (adenocarcinoma) (17 persons). Evaluations included «SF- 36 Health Status Survey», Quality of Life Questionnaire-Core 30 of European Organization for Research and Treatment Cancer with module Bone Metastases 22, "Dominant emotional condition", "Coping strategies". Patients with bone metastasis have lower quality of life compared to patients with primary bone tumors. Patients with primary bone tumors are inclined to anxiety, emotional instability. Patients with bone metastases have more poor quality life in the parameters of general health, vitality and pain compared to patients with osteosarcoma, chondrosarcoma and giant cell tumor (p<0.05). This corresponds to objective physical state of these patients. Emotional status in patients with bone metastases was higher than in other groups (p<0.05).
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Sysoeva O., Petrov G. (2017). Drawing as a means of the crisis situation reflection in children who have experienced an injury. Analytical approach. In Yu. Savchenkov, I. Loginova, G. Baturin , M. Chernov, N. Fatkulina, H.-W. Gessmann, & L. Soinova (Eds.), III International Scientific and Practical Conference “Psychological Health of the Person: Life Resource and Life Potential (466-476). Krasnoyarsk: Verso. DOI: 10.20333/2541-9315-2017-466-476
Keywords
child's emotional attitude to a disease, colour symbolism, body psychotherapy, inner perception of a body injury
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Sysoeva Olga Vladimirovna The Far-Eastern State Medical University Candidate of psychological sciences, Associate professor, Department of pedagogics and psychology Address: 147, P.33 Krasnorechenskaya stree, Khabarovsk, 680006; phone:+7(924)2064720 E-mail: olga-mail2005@mail.ru
Petrov G. Far-Eastern State Medical University Khabarovsk, Russia
This article deals with the emotional feeling of the child, who suffered from an orthopedic injury, during the early period of his/her injury. The variants of aid to patients to cope with their emotional sufferings are observed with the help of drawings. The process of survival and experience of this event is called the traumatic disease. The intense pain effect, the awareness of the shape and functional changes of one's own body, the social integration’s violation cause self-depreciation, body dissatisfaction, depressive feelings, occurrence of the suicidal thoughts, disturbance of social relationships, stigmatization, and a reduced quality of life of a childhood. The goal of the research is to study the pecularities of child's sufferings concerning his/her body. The study involved 30 children at the age from 6 to 18, who were treated during one month at this hospital because of musculoskeletal system injuries during their early childhood. Children were suggested to draw their own perceptions of their disorders in a relaxed atmosphere. The research demonstrates that allowing the child to artwork at the stage of rehabilitation the child’s psycho-emotional state may be substantially improved and the process of recovery may be also hastened.
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Dyakov D., Slonova A. (2017). Possibilities of the mindfulness-based technique for correction of impaired self-consciousness in the presence of psychiatric disorders. In Yu. Savchenkov, I. Loginova, G. Baturin , M. Chernov, N. Fatkulina, H.-W. Gessmann, & L. Soinova (Eds.), III International Scientific and Practical Conference “Psychological Health of the Person: Life Resource and Life Potential (477-484). Krasnoyarsk: Verso. DOI: 10.20333/2541-9315-2017-477-484
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mindfulness, self-consciousness, schizophrenia spectrum disorders, schizophrenia, psychosis, self-consciousness disorders
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Dyakov Dmitry Grigorievich Belarusian State Pedagogical University named after Maxim Tank PhD, Director of Institute of Psychology Address: 18,Sovetskaya St., Minsk, the Republic of Belarus, 220050; phone: +3(7529)6345527; E-mail: dg_dkv@mail.ru
Slonova A. Belarusian State Pedagogical University Minsk, the Republic of Belarus
The aim of this article is to analyze the researches of efficiency of mindfulness practices in working with self-consciousness of personality in mental disorders. The therapeutic possibilities of use of the methods based on Mindfulness aimed at the correction of self-consciousness disorders are summarized. There is increasing of awareness of negative thoughts and feelings in the process of using such programs. It allows to track them down and stop the process of formation of mental rumination. For these reasons, interventions based on meditative practices have proven to be an effective therapeutic tool for depressive and anxiety disorders, which are often trigger and accompany other mental disorders, including those associated with dysfunction of self-consciousness. The results of the foreign researches testify that Mindfulness-meditation can be effective in preventing schizophrenia spectrum disorder, clinical depression, traumatic and stress disorders, bipolar affective disorder. The technology has been successfully used for rehabilitation of patients developing their self-control, attention, organization, stress resistance, impulses control.
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Ivanov Mihail Sergeevich
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Ivanov M. (2017). Life strategies of personal security. In Yu. Savchenkov, I. Loginova, G. Baturin , M. Chernov, N. Fatkulina, H.-W. Gessmann, & L. Soinova (Eds.), III International Scientific and Practical Conference “Psychological Health of the Person: Life Resource and Life Potential (485-493). Krasnoyarsk: Verso. DOI: 10.20333/2541-9315-2017-485-493
Keywords
psychology of personal security, life, life strategies, extreme situations, adaptation strategy, socialization strategy, individualization strategy
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Ivanov Mihail Sergeevich Kemerovo State University Candidate of Psychological Sciences, Associate professor, Department of Social Psychology and Psychosocial Technologies Address: 6 Krasnaya st., Kemerovo, Russia, 650043; phone +7(3842)581290 E-mail: ivanov.mikail@gmail.com
The results presented in the article show the fact of individual differences in people's attitude to the problem of personal security, gaining importance in our world. The novelty of the study lies in the fact that the personal security is studying from the standpoint of the life strategies. The method of in-depth interviews revealed elements of personal security strategies. On this base the author's technique of studying life strategies of personal security was created. Results show that the most important condition for the security of respondents is safety social environment consist of reliable people. The types of personal security strategies identified and described: adaptation strategy (life as survival, security as result of self-protection), socialization (security as social adaptation), individualization (security is a result of self-development and a way of self-realization) and mixed strategy. The conclusion is that the study of personal security as a component of life strategies can represent a wide field of psychological research.
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Mamaychuk I., Guseva O. (2017). Psychological support for families of children with autistic spectrum disorders. In Yu. Savchenkov, I. Loginova, G. Baturin , M. Chernov, N. Fatkulina, H.-W. Gessmann, & L. Soinova (Eds.), III International Scientific and Practical Conference “Psychological Health of the Person: Life Resource and Life Potential (494-502). Krasnoyarsk: Verso. DOI: 10.20333/2541-9315-2017-494-502
Keywords
autistic spectrum disorders (ASD), family functioning, psychological support of ASD families, system approach
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Mamaychuk I. Saint Petersburg State University Saint Petersburg, Russia
Guseva Olga Vladimirovna Federal Siberian Research Clinical Centre under the Federal Medical Biological Agency Psychologist, Center of modern psychological technologies Adress: 26, Kolomenskaya street, Krasnoyarsk, 660037; phone: +7(391)2579324 E-mail: Sevostyanova_ms@skc-fmba.ru
An experimental study of family environment in families of children with autistic spectrum disorders (ASD) is presented. The primary goal of the study is comprehensive social-psychological analysis of the family interaction system as compared to the families of healthy children. Members of families bringing up ASD children as compared to families with healthy children have been found to be more cohesive, conflict-habituated, independent, socially isolated and rigid with fathers tending to seek success outside the family. Studies have been carried out on 31 families of autistic (ASD) children and 30 families raising healthy children. Families, which took part in the study, had two and more children, one of which was a healthy sibling at the ages from 6 to 17, and the other was an ASD sibling at the ages from 5 to 16 years. Parents’ average age is 39 years. The findings of investigation open the way to render deeper and differentiated psychological support to families with ASD children. The results of our research indicate that in comparison with families of healthy children, the families raising ASD children are specified by higher cohesion, proneness to conflict, independence, social isolation, rigidness and fathers tending to success achievement outside the family (Yang, Gong, Liu, & Kutcher, 2016; Rattaz, Alcaraz-Darrou, & Baghdadli, 2016; Kousha, Attar, & Shoar, 2016; Suzuki, Kobayashi, Moriyama, Kaga, Hiratani, Watanabe, Inagaki, 2015; Gomes, Lima, Bueno, Araújo, & Souza, 2015; Pichugina, Sumarokov, & Salmina, 2009).
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Seryy A., Yanitskiy M., Utyuganov A., Bilan M., Ermolaeva E. (2017). Transformation of the personal construct system and actualization of personal meanings in the process of training education. In Yu. Savchenkov, I. Loginova, G. Baturin , M. Chernov, N. Fatkulina, H.-W. Gessmann, & L. Soinova (Eds.), III International Scientific and Practical Conference “Psychological Health of the Person: Life Resource and Life Potential (503-514). Krasnoyarsk: Verso. DOI: 10.20333/2541-9315-2017-503-514
Keywords
personal meaning, actual meaning state, mental health, personal constructs, internalization, training, training education, students
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Seryy Andrey Viktorovich Kemerovo State University Doctor of psychological Sciences, Professor of social psychology and psycho-social technologies Address: 6, Krasnaya Street, Kemerovo, 650043; phone: +7(3842)581290 E-mail: avgrey@yahoo.com
Utyuganov A. Kemerovo State University Kemerovo, Russia
Bilan M. Kemerovo State University Kemerovo, Russia
Ermolaeva E. Kemerovo State University Kemerovo, Russia
The period of university training is the most sensitive for the formation and development of the personal meaning system. This system regulates the relationship of a man with the surrounding reality. The actual meaning state and properties of the personal construct system are analyzed as essential features of the personal meaning system. The actual meaning state is considered as the result of synchronization of time loci of meaning, the actualization of meanings of the past, present and future in one’s mind. The instrument for comprehending reality is the system of personal constructs. The features of constructs characterize cognitive complexity that defines the semantic content and boundaries of subjective reality. The research tested the assumption that optimal synchronization of time loci of meaning can be achieved through the transformation of the system of personal constructs in the process of specially organized training education. The results show the simultaneous expansion and amplification of the system of personal constructs, the rise of life meaningfulness indicators and synchronization of the time loci of meaning in the training process. The model allows construct the content of the psychological mechanism of personal meaning actualization as amplification and expansion of the applicability range of personal constructs.
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Volkova O., Loginova I. (2017). Methodological basis for using new technology in investigation of learned helplessness by means of transspective analysis. In Yu. Savchenkov, I. Loginova, G. Baturin , M. Chernov, N. Fatkulina, H.-W. Gessmann, & L. Soinova (Eds.), III International Scientific and Practical Conference “Psychological Health of the Person: Life Resource and Life Potential (515-525). Krasnoyarsk: Verso. DOI: 10.20333/2541-9315-2017-515-525
Keywords
learned helplessness, ontogenesis, transspective analysis, new technologies, complex research model
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Volkova Olesya Vladimirovna Krasnoyarsk State Medical University PhD, Associate professor, Clinical psychology and psychotherapy department Address: 9-15, Astrakhanskaya street, 660037; phone: +7 (950) 9950409; E-mai: olesyavl.volkova@mail.ru
Loginova Irina Olegovna Professor V.F. Voyno-Yasenetsky Krasnoyarsk State Medical University PhD Psychology, Professor 1, Partizan Zheleznyak street, Krasnoyarsk, 660022; phone: +7 (391) 221 91 45; E-mai: loginova70_70@mail.ru
Close interrelation between the concept of learned helplessness proposed by M. Seligman (the USA) and the ideas of L.S.Vygotsky’s cultural-historical theory (Russia) has been proved in the present study. The importance of V.E. Klochko’s transspective analysis theory application in innovative technology development aimed at investigation and correction of learned helplessness is emphasized. The described innovative technology has a major purpose of increase of psychological wellbeing and personal life resources among patients with weakened somatic health. Implementation of the presented technology will make it possible to carry out deep analysis not so much of the background which, by some means, exert influence upon the process of generalization of a person’s helplessness in the course of personality formation, but that is more significant in the scope of modern post-non-classical psychology, to allocate and designate subjectively significant factors and mechanisms for further work. Being critical for the personality, these factors ensure the disclosure of clearer prospects to assimilation of new experience in the context of psychological consultation and non-drug therapy directed towards supported self-actualization, personality development, psychological wellbeing and, as a result, appearance of new life resources and the personal potential fulfillment.
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