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Chudaykin A. M. Psychological and Pedagogical Aspects of the Problem of Students’ Stress Resistance. Izvestiya of Saratov University. New Series. Series: Educational Acmeology. Developmental Psychology, 2019, vol. 8, iss. 2, pp. 183-188. DOI: https://doi.org/10.18500/2304-9790-2019-8-2-183-188


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Psychological and Pedagogical Aspects of the Problem of Students’ Stress Resistance

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The purpose of the theoretical study presented in the article is analysis of psychological and pedagogical aspects of stress resistance. Its relevance is conditioned by the identified inability of students to cope with unforeseen situations, their inability to cope with stress, which often results in negative impact on both physical and psychological states. It is assumed that detailed analysis of the terms “stress”, “stress resistance”, and “classification of stress factors” will allow us to outline directions of work aimed at stress resistance development. The article describes the sequence of physical and psychoemotional changes under the influence of stress factors. The importance of possession of information about psychological aspects of stress is emphasized; factors and types of stress resistance are investigated. The article is illustrated with the example of significant factors characterizing students’ stress resistance. Among them are psycho-physiological, motivational, emotional, volitional, professional, intellectual factors of stress resistance. The article lists typical ways of relieving stress and developing stress resistance, as well as techniques for minimizing stress in cases of their occurrence. The applied aspect of the problem of stress resistance research can be implemented in the development of practical recommendations for students on the development of their ability to resist stress.

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