Epanchintseva G.A., Kozlovskaya T.N., Averkova E.P.
APPEARANCE AND SUBJECTIVE PERSONALITY WELL-BEING [№ 1 ' 2021]
The article discusses one of the most important topics in the field of human psychology — appearance as value and self-relation, a number of psychological approaches are analyzed to the problem of self-approaching the problem of self-assessment, I-Concept, the role of self-acceptance and subjective interpretation of its appearance in the subjective welfare of the personality is noted.
The results of an empirical study of ideas about their appearance through self-relation using the techniques are given: “The test index of life satisfaction (IZZA)”, the adaptation of N. V. Panina, the Questionnaire of Satisfaction “of the Father I” and the methodology of the Research Research S.R. Panteleeva (MIS) .
As an object of study, 20 student students of the Orenburg State University were made aged 18 to 23 years old, as well as 20 women aged 38–45 years. The study showed that the image of his “I” from a significant number of women and girls is perceived in a negative plan. And this in turn affects satisfaction with the quality of life and the success of social adaptation. It was also noted that the attitude towards his physical “I” in women of older age is different from the girls of 18–23 years. They are more positive about themselves and the feeling of self-satisfaction and self-proposals are higher.
Epanchintseva G.A., Kozlovskaya T.N.
SUCCESS MOTIVATION AND PERSONALITY RIGIDITY INTERCONNECTION [№ 4 ' 2020]
What is rigidity and how it interferes with the implementation of a set goal, getting stuck or inclination to adhere to the accepted program, how rigidity is associated with the motivational components of the personality. We raised these questions in our empirical research. When studying the scientific literature, scattered ideas about rigidity and achievement motivation as personality traits were obtained. The representative sample included 30 students of the third and fourth years of the Orenburg State University. A questionnaire was compiled, which allowed the respondents to reflect on the determination of the implementation of goal-setting, the awareness of the difficulties in achieving the goal, the perception of failure situations, behavior options when determining failure as a motivator for striving to achieve or avoid. Also, the questionnaire made it possible to determine the real and ideal personality traits that contribute to the achievement of the set goals, as well as to conduct a self-assessment of the respondents' rigidity. According to the TORZ questionnaire by G.V. Zalevsky, most of the respondents have an average level of rigidity. Methodology of Yu.M. Orlov made it possible to diagnose the development of working capacity. The results indicate the average need for success. In most cases, respondents set realistic goals for themselves and prefer not to take risks. T. Ehlers' questionnaire made it possible to determine the degree of motivation for achieving success and the degree of avoiding failure in the sample. Average values were obtained. It was found that 43 % of the respondents had an average level of failure avoidance motivation, 37 % had a moderately high level, 10 % showed a too high level of failure avoidance and 10 % a low level. For 50 % of respondents, a moderately high level of motivation to achieve success is characteristic, 30 % is an average level of motivation, 13 % is a low level of motivation, and 7 % is a too high level of motivation for success. The correlation analysis did not reveal a relationship between the motivation for achieving success or the motivation for avoiding failure and personality rigidity. The data obtained in the study indicate that rigidity and motivation for achieving success or avoiding failure are not interrelated and do not affect each other.
Epanchintseva G.A., Kozlovskaya T.N., Kozlovskii D.A.
FEATURES OF ACTIVITY STYLES AND SELF-ORGANIZATION OF UNIVERSITY STUDENTS [№ 1 ' 2019]
Among the requirements for specialists to perform professional activities, an important place is occupied by the skills and abilities to work with a large amount of information and in multitasking conditions. And this requires knowledge of the fundamentals of self-organization, which presupposes a rational distribution of time, precise planning and organization of the entire process of life activity — study and classes outside it. The study is devoted to the study of the development of skills of self-organization of university graduates and first-year students, as the student acts as a subject of educational activities, in which, along with classroom work, a large amount of hours falls on the independent study of sections of disciplines, research and other work. It is the period of study at the university that is sensitive for the formation of self-organization skills.
The representative sample included first and final year students of universities in Orenburg in the amount of 68 people. Questionnaire “styles of activity” (SA-36) A.D. Ishkova and N.G. Miloradova allowed to identify differences between students of junior and senior courses. We found differences in the styles of students' activities: the predominance of the theoretical and reflective type of activity among younger students and the dominance of the pragmatic and active type among senior students. The questionnaire “Diagnosis of features of self-organization” (DFSO-39) A.D. Ishkov allowed us to reveal that junior students showed medium and high targets for goal setting, which indicates a sufficient level of development of skills for accepting and retaining goals, with an overall low level of self-organization. Self-organization of senior students is distinguished by higher self-control, an analysis of the circumstances that are essential to achieve the goal, the level of planning their own activities, and the development of volitional qualities. Based on mathematical statistics, we identified differences between groups at the level of independence and organization of students.
Younger students showed medium and high targets for goal-setting, which indicates a sufficient level of development of skills for adopting and maintaining goals, with an overall low level of self-organization. Differences were found in the styles of students' activities: the predominance of the theoretical and reflective type of activity among younger students and the dominance of the pragmatic and active type among senior students. The data obtained in our study indicate the need to optimize the educational process and the inclusion of academic disciplines related to learning self-organization.
Epanchintseva G.A., Kozlovskaya T.N., Potokina A.M.
THE SPECIFICITY OF THE MATERNAL ATTITUDES OF WOMEN WITH CHILDREN AGED 5 TO 7 YEARS [№ 5 ' 2018]
The primary importance in the development of the child's personality is played by parental attitudes to education. The need to study the maternal attitudes of women with children aged 5 to 7 years is the approval and evidence of empirical data on the direct relationship of the formation of individual characteristics of children and maternal attitudes. Identification of the features of maternal attitudes will allow to predict the mental and emotional development of children, as well as to provide timely psychological assistance to families having trouble in the educational process.
We conducted a study on a sample of 30 women aged 25 to 45 years and their children aged 5 years 2 months to 6 years 11 months. The sample was divided into strata by family composition, number and sex of children. Our results suggest that mothers raising children of preschool show demands, rigor, anxiety and control to the behavior of the child both in full and in an incomplete family. At the same time between parents and children built a relationship of cooperation and emotional and comfortable relationships, both in full and incomplete family. Indicators of parental education of children indicate the predominance of authoritarian style. As a result of the study, we have for the first time identified the following features of the influence of maternal attitudes on the development and manifestation of child negativity: the higher the rate of maternal attitudes “demands”, “severity”, “anxiety” and “control” the higher the formation of the child's anxiety, fears, aggression and negativity. If mothers seek to develop the independence of the child, but because of increased anxiety prefer to protect the child from difficulties in the situation of self-expression, the level of adverse emotional state and development of the child will increase. The interrelation between the mother's Directive and the manifestation of autonomy of the child's behavior or the predominance of loneliness in preschool children is revealed. It is established that children's negativism has different forms of manifestation, namely whims, stubbornness, refusal reactions, self-will, indiscipline, which are directed against the existing or perceived as such unfavorable attitude of adults or peers to it. It is established that the specificity of maternal attitudes does not depend on the sex of the child, the structure of the family and the number of children in the family.
Thus, the study of the specifics of maternal attitudes of women with children aged 5 to 7 years allowed to clarify the concept of maternal attitudes and to identify the features of the impact of maternal attitudes on the emotional development of preschool children. The statistically significant interrelation between Directive maternal attitudes and negative emotional development of children of the senior preschool age is established.
Epanchintseva G.A., Kozlovskaya T.N.
STUDENTS AS SOCIAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL COMMUNITY [№ 2 ' 2018]
Problems of studying of students as social and psychological community are relevant and timely. Authors give the analysis of «students» as age, akmeologichesky, psychological categories in transpektivny logic. Further the main researches in psychology of a concept of student's age are described. It is noted that the student's age is time of active socialization of the personality. The personality gets accurate reference points in formation of own identity, identity, a reflection, criticality.
Kuksanov V.F., Debelov P.V., Ishanova O.S., Kozlova Y.A., Romanov A.S.
EKOLOGICHESKAYA CHARACTERISTICS OF WATER QUALITY IN MAJOR LAKES OF THE FAR EAST DISTRICT OF THE ORENBURG REGION [№ 9 ' 2015]
Accumulation of chemical elements and their receipt in objects of environment are result of industrial and agricultural activity of the person. At the same time, the significant role in pollution of environments is rendered by natural factors, especially in places of concentration of deposits of mineral resources, in particular copper колчедановых, nickel ores. Studying of the quantitative content of harmful chemical impurity in water objects, in particular in the territory of the Svetlinsky region of the Orenburg region having deficiency in fresh water wasn't carried out in connection with a lack of ecological information on an assessment of a surface water of the main lakes of the area, otsutstvy long-term plans of their use in the production, economic and household and recreational purposes earlier. For the solution of this problem authors conducted hydrochemical research of waters of the main lakes of the Svetlinsky region of the Orenburg region in 2010 and 2015, the analysis of the received results is made and the ecological assessment of these water resources is for the first time given. In article the arisen reasons (natural and anthropogenous factors) having negative impact on qualitative composition of lake water are also considered. Water resources of the Svetlinsky region of the Orenburg region include, first of all a network of drainless lakes of the large, average and small size. Are most significant lakes: Shalkar-Ega-Kara, Zhetykol, Obalykol, Kayrankol. These and other lakes are of special value for the nesting and flying natatorial — swans, geese, ducks and other representatives of aviafauna. Hydrochemical indicators of quality of lake waters according to the content of sulfates, chlorides, ammoniyny nitrogen, oil products and other substances exceed the maximum-permissible concentration (MPC). The majority of lakes in adverse weather conditions (2013—2014) completely or partially dried up that testifies to need of carrying out on them environmental monitoring.
Kozlovа O., Shelomentsev A., Petrovskaya A.A.
METHODOLOGICAL QUESTIONS TO ASSESS THE SOCIAL EFFECTIVENESS OF PPPS PROJECTS' IN HEALTH CARE [№ 8 ' 2014]
The article discusses methodological support to assess the social effectiveness of public-private partnerships in health care. The authors propose an approach to the system of indicators to measure the social effectiveness, reflecting qualitative changes resulting from the implementation of such projects. Index of public satisfaction health care is proposed as the main criterion for evaluating the social orientation of the projects.
STRATEGIC PLANNING ACTIVITY IN CRISIS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM NOW [№ 13 ' 2012]
The essence of the strategic planning of the company in the system of crisis management. The basic strategy of enterprises in crisis. The methodology of the strategy and tactics of the enterprise reform in crisis management. The stages of solving specific problems of this technique.
Kozlova A.N., Vakhitov E.M., Beznosik R.V., Shevlyuk N.N., Labutin I.V.
MORPHOFUNCTIONAL REORGANIZATION OF EPITHELIUM OF RATS IN THEIR AERIFEROUS WAYS BY INTRATRAHEA BACTERIAL INFECTION WITH BACTERIA OF ANTILACTOFERRINE ACTIVITY [№ 1 ' 2012]
The infection of animals by bacteria without antilaktoferrine activity shows the morphological picture cataral bronchitis with an adequate increase in the cellular elements of mucociliary clearance and immune system to eliminate the parasite. Infection of rats highly persistant strain led to the development of sclerotic forms of bronchitis with a tendency towards chronic diseases of pathological process.
FEATURES PROTSESNOGO APPROACH IN THE MANAGEMENT OF BUSINESS [№ 13 ' 2011]
Investigated the nature of the process approach in business management. The basic principles of process management. Refined performers of the business process. We present the distinctive features of the process approach to the functional approach of business management. Shows the positive effect of the use of process management to improve the efficiency of the enterprise.
Korabeinikov I.N., Kozlov G.A., Speshilov S.M., Makeeva E.N.
TERRITORIAL PRECONDITIONS OF INNOVATION DEVELOPMENT OF ORENBURG REGION’S ECONOMY [№ 1 ' 2008]
This article is devoted to the substantiation of territorial preconditions and priorities of innovation development of Orenburg region’s economy. Methodology of appraisal and forming of priorities of production and social-economic character of effective regional development is presented in this article. Also the complex analysis of potentials and risks of innovations’ introduction at industrial branches is given in this article.
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Matchin A.A., Kozlov V.A.
THE ROLE OF GENERAL PRACTICE DOCTOR (FAMILY DOCTOR) IN TREATMENT AND AFTER-TREATMENT OF PATIENTS WITH MALIGNANT NEOPLASMS OF ORAL CAVITY MUCOSA [№ 12 ' 2006]
The understanding of the role of general practice doctor (family doctor) in matters of prophylaxis, diagnostics, treatment and after-treatment of patients with malignant neoplasms of oral cavity mucosa (OCM) is given. Symptoms permitting to suspect and diagnose tumor in oral cavity are detailed. Professional factors counter-indicative for patients after radical treatment of OCM cancer are pointed. Matters of labor expertise, recovery treatment of patients are being discussed.
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