E3S Web Conf.
Volume 210, 2020Innovative Technologies in Science and Education (ITSE-2020)
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Section||Psychology of Human-Environment Interactions|
|Published online||04 December 2020|
Relationship of indicators of socio-psychological adaptation and characteristics of personal self-determination in students with special needs
Saratov State University, 83, Astrakhanskaya St., Saratov, Russia
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The article examines the correlation between the indicators of social and psychological adaptation of students with special needs and the characteristics of their personal self-determination. The average indicators of the primary scales in the questionnaire of social and psychological adaptation of students with special needs were calculated. The study established positive interrelationships between adaptability and meaningful indicators of personal self-determination, such as orientation towards maximum involvement in activities and emotional richness of life, confidence in one's abilities and the possibility to control the events of one's life. Self-acceptance as a component of socio-psychological adaptation positively correlates to the target indicators of personal self-determination, such as the meaningfulness of life, the presence of a goal in life and satisfaction with the results of self-determination. Internal control positively correlates to satisfaction with the results of self-determination. External (in relation to the personality) control as a component of socio-psychological adaptation negatively correlates to the assessment of energy, involvement, internal control, risk-taking as ways to overcome life's problems, and also to current life as an emotionally intense period of life. Submissiveness as a component of socio-psychological adaptation is negatively interconnected with the idea of a person's ability to control everything that is happening. Escapism (avoiding problems) negatively correlates to living an emotionally rich life, active participation and control as ways to overcome difficulties.
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