RESEARCH OF INDIVIDUAL HEALTH MODELS OF MEDICAL STUDENTSJournal: PERSONALITY IN A CHANGING WORLD: HEALTH, ADAPTATION, DEVELOPMENT (Vol.8, No. 1)
Publication Date: 2020-03-31
Authors : Ulanova N.N.;
Page : 69-78
Keywords : health; individual models of students' health; health-saving activities; individual ideas about health;
This article describes the relevance of psychological research in such a category as health, in particular individual health models, since it is they that give an idea of the system for the formation of health-saving behavior. Particular attention is paid to the study of individual health models of students of a medical university, which makes it possible to find out the degree of adaptation to new social conditions. In addition, the features of individual health models of not only Russian, but also foreign students are considered, since the problem of adapting foreign students to living and studying in Russia is also relevant for modern society. The paper describes the scheme of experimental research of individual health models of students of a medical university, presents the results of a study of individual health models of Russian and foreign students of a medical university and their comparative analysis. Using the results obtained will allow us to identify the main targets for the impact on the health-saving activities of future medical specialists in order to optimize it. In addition, the use of research data will make it possible to solve the problems of adapting foreign students to living and studying in new conditions. The article also presents the prospects of this study, which will allow us to investigate the relationship of indicators of individual health models with metapsychic processes, such as goal setting, self-regulation, and so on, this will establish the presence or absence of the influence of metapsychic processes on a person's idea of his health and his attitude to him, which in turn will allow you to influence the health-saving behavior of the individual.
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