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Sex specifics motivation of scientific work of students, intend to get postgraduate study

T.V. Razina
80,00 Р


PhD in psychological sciences,
associate professor, head of the department «general psychology»
Syktyvkar State University
Objective of the research is to identify specifics of both boy-students and girl-students scientific motivation. Conclusion is that level of young men scientific motivation is higher than level of young women scientific motivation, actually influencing students’ post-graduate plans.
Key words: student, psychodiagnostic study, motivation, scientific effort, sex specifics.
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