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Volume 210, 2020Innovative Technologies in Science and Education (ITSE-2020)
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|Published online||04 December 2020|
Psychological and pedagogical features of the relationship between subjective control and anxiety of students in the practice of the educational process of the university
1 Chechen State University, Grozny, 364093, Russia
2 Chechen State Pedagogical University, Grozny, 364024, Russia
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The article examines the peculiarities of the relationship between subjective control and anxiety of students of humanitarian and medical specialties of the university, the development of self-regulation and its connection with self-knowledge of students. The purpose of the research is to study the relationship of subjective control and anxiety of participants in the educational process, the relationship of personal characteristics that affect anxiety in students of various specialties. An understanding of the terms anxiety and disquiet in various psychological concepts shown in article. The idea of self-knowledge in this study realized by various specialties of the university in humanitarian and medical. The manifestation of anxiety, self-regulatory mechanisms in the educational process, taking into account the psychological characteristics of students of humanitarian and medical specialties, is considered. Factors of influence on the student's anxiety are determined: strong-willed characteristics, self-knowledge, development of self-regulation, coping strategy. The following research methods were used in the empirical part: the technique "Spielberger-Khanin Scale of Reactive (Situational) and Personal Anxiety," the Plutchik-Kellerman-Conte personal questionnaire "Lifestyle Index," the Zverkov-Adman test questionnaire "Volitional self-diagnosis" as well as methods of mathematical statistics for processing the results. An empirical study conducted to identify the connection of anxiety, strong-willed characteristics with the abuse of psychological protection mechanisms for students of humanitarian and medical specialties of the university.
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