Students’ Psychological Well-Being as a Factor of Preventing Extremism

Volume 2, Number 4, 2017, P. 83–90

[ PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCES ]

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Abstract:

The article considers the psychological well-being of students. It provides the results of study of relationship between students’ psychological welfare and their attitude to extremism. The author has found out the differences in the experience of psychological well-being and its relationship with self-conception, personal and reactive anxiety, state of health, activity and mood. The relationship is determined between students’ assessment of extremism and their psychological well-being.

Keywords:

psychological well-being of personality, youth extremism, studentship, processes of experience, selfconception, personal and reactive anxiety

Author:

Mikhaleva Irina Mikhajlovna, Senior Teacher of Sociology and Psychology Department, Irkutsk National Research Technical University, Irkutsk, Russia

For citation:

Mikhaleva I.М. Students’ psychological well-being as a factor of preventing EXTREMISM // Social competence, 2017, vol. 2, no 4, pp. 83–90. (In Russian)

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