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Philosophy. Psychology. Pedagogy

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Overcoming Stress Students with Different Levels of Hardiness

Odintsova Maria Antonovna, Moscow State University of Psychology and Education.

A group of schoolchildren (N = 107) with different levels of hardiness use strategies to cope with stress in different ways. Group of victims of the destructive orientation characteristic coping strategies, they avoid action, they use play or social role of the victim. For victimization of the group and the group with a medium level of hardiness of the dominant strategy is avoiding. Based on the identified features need to be organized psychological work with all groups of students. In the group of the hardiness we need to develop morality, for students with a medium level of hardiness is necessary to develop the activity in group of the victim - the need to nurture altruism, to teach people not to fixate on the suffering, to develop the senses.


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