Клібайс, Тетяна Володимирівна and Дець, Ольга (2019) PSYCHOLOGICAL FEATURES OF ACCOMMODATION OF PERSONS WITH PSYCHOSOMATIC DISEASES Педагогічна освіта: теорія і практика. Психологія. Педагогіка (32). pp. 64-69. ISSN 2311–2409; 2312–2009

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The article is devoted to a comparative study of the attitudes of healthy individuals and individuals with psychosomatic disorders. In the process of research, a theoretical model was created “Features of the attitudes of individuals with psychosomatics”. As a result of an empirical study, it was found that in the sample of healthy individuals and people with psychosomatosis there are significant differences in formation and beliefs. Particularly pronounced were the differences between the samples according to their propensity for catastrophization and frustration tolerance, perception of justice, controllability of the world, randomness as a principle of distribution of events. It was revealed that people with psychosomatoses are more likely to consider the world unfair than healthy ones, events are random, uncontrollable, therefore they often present their development in the future as a catastrophe and have reduced stress resistance. There was also some difference in the perception of duties on their own and on others.

Item Type: Article
Additional Information: DOI: 10.28925/2311-2409.2019.32.8
Uncontrolled Keywords: psychosomatic diseases; psychosomatoses; attitudes; beliefs; basic attitudes; cognitive patterns.
Subjects: Статті у журналах > Фахові (входять до переліку фахових, затверджений МОН)
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Divisions: Факультет психології, соціальної роботи та спеціальної освіти > Кафедра практичної психології
Depositing User: викладач Тетяна Володимирівна Клібайс
Date Deposited: 19 Nov 2020 10:15
Last Modified: 19 Nov 2020 10:15

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