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Title: Methods of diagnostics of learning motivation development in medical students in conditions of informational overloads
Authors: Nabok, T.A.
Polyakova, A.D.
Zelenskaya, A.N.
Hloba, N.S.
Keywords: Learning motivation
Adaptation
Students
Stressor
Issue Date: 18-May-2016
Publisher: Харківський Національний Медичний Університет
Citation: Methods of diagnostics of learning motivation development in medical students in conditions of informational overloads / T. A. Nabok, A. D. Polyakova, A. N. Zelenskaya, N. S. Hloba // Фізіологія медицині, фармації та педагогіці: «Актуальні проблеми та сучасні досягнення» : тези доповідей ІII Всеукраїнської студентської наукової конференції з фізіології з міжнародною участю, Харків, 18 травня 2016 р. – Харків, 2016. – С. 12–14.
Abstract: Choice of profession, success in education and labor are all connected with motivational sphere of personality. From psychophysiological point of view, learning motivation is a basic social need of a person. Learning motivation development has the significant influence on vital activity of healthy human organism and its social adaptation level. The main trigger of social adaptation reactions development is an informational stressor, therefore research of development, structure and content of learning motivation of medical students in conditions of informational overloads is an important problem of psychophysiology.
Description: Therefore, the diagnostics of learning motivation of medical students using I.L. Solomin’s method of color metaphors completely meets the objectives of our research as it allows the estimation of structure and content of learning and informational motivation of medical students adequately and in a short period of time.
URI: http://repo.knmu.edu.ua/handle/123456789/13529
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