Psychological and Psychophysiological Research of the Attitude System of Students for Technical and Humanitarian Specialities
Natalia Gordienko () and
Kira Silaeva ()
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Natalia Gordienko: Associate Professor of the Department of tourism business, Institute of business communications, Saint-Petersburg State University of technology and design, Russia.
Kira Silaeva: Lecturer of ITMO University, ITMO University, Russia.
Revista romaneasca pentru educatie multidimensionala - Journal for Multidimensional Education, 2015, vol. 7, issue 1, pages 219-231
Currently the problem of students’ professional development and the formation of their future work readiness with account for their psychological peculiarities is very actual. Our reference to the point is determined by several factors: 1) contemporary students have difficulties in their professional identity formation, and in curriculum learning; 2) the new specialities are appear; 3) technical progress influences the human potential demands changes and specialities learning; existing psychograms grow obsolete; 4) the attitude system of different educational profiles students’ is not studied sufficiently, and there not enough computer based psychodiagnostic research methods (techniques). Relevant personality attitude’s system research is still carried out introspectively, or else with the help of socio-psychological methods that significantly limit the research perspectives. The aim of this article is to analyse the results of psychological and psychophysiological research of the contents and extent of the humanitarian and technical profiles students’ attitude system. We have organized an experimental research in two stages: St-Petersburg universities students’ questionnaire; and laboratory research on the base of psychophysiological testing laboratory. We have worked out and tested psychological computer methods for different profiles students’ attitude system research: associative experiment version and the technology “Psychomotor differential”. We present here the results of the different profiles students’ attitude system research: their needs, instincts, psychological defence influencing profession learning. Besides, we have analysed differences in the temperament and students’ common and non-verbal intelligence level. With the help of authentic versions of the instrumental- computer methods we have received objective differences of the needs system and psychophysiological parameters of the motivation and emotional component in the different profiles students’ psychic attitude. In the article we suggest a complex approach, giving the opportunity to receive important data that can be used for students’ professional orientation, self-realization inner resources search.
Keywords: Attitude system; Students for Technical and Humanitarian Specialities; Psychological defence; Non-verbal behaviour; Objective methods of research. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: A23 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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