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Название: Principles of medicine of borderline conditions in solution of problem of youth social disadaptation
Авторы: Корбчанский, Владимир Алексеевич
Коробчанський, Володимир Олексійович
Korobchanskiy, Volodimir O.
Герасименко, Ольга Игоревна
Герасименко, Ольга Ігорівна
Gerasimenko, Olga I.
Светличный, Вячеслав Юрьевич
Світличний, В'ячеслав Юрійович
Svetlichniy, Vyacheslav Y.
Ключевые слова: psychohygiene
medicine of borderline conditions
lyceum students - adolescents
persons with disabilities
orphans
functional state
social adaptation
Issue Date: 2015
Библиографическое описание: Кorobchanskiy V. Principles of medicine of borderline conditions in solution of problem of youth social disadaptation / V. Кorobchanskiy, O. Gerasimenko, V. Svitlichniy // Inter Collegas. – 2015. – Vol. 2. - Р. 230-243.
Аннотация: Authors carried out comparative hygienic, physiological, psychological researches of the effect of vocational training on the functional status and health of students with different levels of social adaptation in Kharkov lyceum of building and social rehabilitation. There were three groups under study: lyceum students with disabilities, lyceum students - orphans, healthy lyceum students from wealthy families. It was found that the lyceum students are in favorable conditions of training and production environments. The general regularities of their life include: a favorable psychological microclimate, low physical activity, a critical attitude to their nutrition, unsustainable workload. The principal differences include: neglect of the rules of personal hygiene in group of lyceum students with disabilities, and the prevalence of bad habits among significant number of students - orphans. The differences in the success of cognitive activity and their psycho-emotional state were observed. A low level of mental capacity resistance and memory volume was typical for lyceum students with disabilities, and lyceum students - orphans are behind their age-mates in short-term memory. The degree of social adaptation does not affect the psycho-emotional state of lyceum students - orphans, but it has manifested in the simplicity of their psychological portrait. Lower behavioral activity and multidirectivity of personality traits are characterized for lyceum students with disabilities. This can be regarded as a sign of their social disadaptation.
Описание: In connection with the problem of medicine of borderline conditions there were conducted comparative hygienic, physiological, psychological researches of the effect of vocational training on the functional status and health of students with different levels of social adaptation in Kharkov lyceum of building and social rehabilitation. There were three groups under study: lyceum students with disabilities, lyceum students - orphans, healthy lyceum students from wealthy families. The general regularities and fundamental differences of life activity in different groups of lyceum students were ascertained. The differences in the success of cognitive activity and psycho-emotional state associated with the level of social adaptation were found. A low level of mental capacity resistance and memory volume, low behavioral activity and different directions of personality traits are typical for lyceum students with disabilities, and lyceum students - orphans are behind their age-mates in short-term memory. This can be regarded as a sign of their social disadaptation.
URI: http://repo.knmu.edu.ua/handle/123456789/10488
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