Alma Mater
ISSN 1026-955X
Vestnik Vysshey Shkoly (Higher School Herald)
The best way to learn all about Higher Education

=

Psychological health of students in the context of anthropological approach

T.V. Moiseeva, T.V. Levkova
80,00 Р
 
Moiseeva T.V.,
Levkova T.V.
PhD, associate prof.
Federal State Budget Educational Institution of Higher Professional Education
«Sholom-Aleichem Priamursky State University», Birobidzhan
 
     Discussed are basic characteristics and mechanisms of development of psychological health of a person in student age. On the basis of anthropological approach, elaborated are fundamental vital tasks with ways for their realization in youth age. Also presented are some empirical data of research in alexitimia and coping strategies as characteristics of psychological health of student’s personality.
     Key words: psychological health, anthropological approach, alexitimia, coping strategies, self-control, self-realization, self-overpowering, vital tasks of person.
 
References
1.      Goryanina, V.A. Psychology of Communication. — M.: Academia, 2002.
2.      Kobzeva, O.V. Manifestation of coping behavior in adolescence // Vector of science. — 2011. — No. 3 (6). — P. 155.
3.      [URL]: http://www.gestaltlife.ru
4.      Kryukov, T.L. Research methodology and adaptation of the questionnaire diagnosis coping // Journal of practical psychology. — 2007. — No. 3. — P. 89.
5.      [URL]: http://psy-centere.ru
6.      Shuvalov, A.V. Humanities and anthropological foundations of the theory of psychological health // Problems of psychology. — 2004. — No. 6. — P. 18—28.
7.      Shuvalov, A.V. Psychological health: an anthropological approach // Bulletin of Applied Psychology Education. — 2008. — № 4 (17). — P. 18—24.
8.      Filonenko, A.L., Bogomaz, S.A. Alexithymia as a determinant of low meaningfulness of life in individuals who are prone to manipulation // 2nd All-Russian Scientific Conference on Existential Psychology. — M.: Smysl, 2004. — P. 212—214.
9.      Sifneos, P.E. The prevalence of “alexithymia” in psychosomatic patient // Psychother. Psychosom. — 1973. — Vol. 22. — P. 255—262.