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The complex of professional psychological knowledge and skills

The most important quality of a psychologist's activity is professional competence, or professionalism, which includes professional knowledge and skills. A psychologist must be a versatile specialist. Therefore, his professional erudition includes not only knowledge in the field of psychology, but also a certain body of knowledge in the field of philosophy, history, cultural studies, pedagogy, economics, sociology, political science, law, philology, physical education, mathematics and computer science, in the field of modern concepts natural science.

Professional skills determine the success of the practical activity of a psychologist, his ability to apply psychological knowledge to the performance of his duties: concrete actions, techniques, psychological "techniques".

Professional skills are established, easily and confidently performed professional activities that allow the psychologist to effectively perform work.
The more experience, the more professional skills an expert acquires.
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The complex of professional psychological knowledge and skills

  1. Improving the style of professional activity, optimizing the relationship between individual groups of professional skills, increasing the number of "degrees of freedom" of the subject of professional activity
    This criterion of efficiency is a unique criterion of the acmeological training of the program-target orientation, since it is the real training that is aimed at fulfilling the task of improving professional skills as a whole and has sufficient methodological potential for its solution. In addition to the growth of the level of ownership of individual skills and psycho-corrected cash state
  2. Criteria for assessing knowledge and skills
    Evaluation of students' knowledge and skills is the final stage of most types of control. At the same time, objectivity and accuracy should be ensured based on evaluation criteria. For each discipline, the department should develop uniform criteria, which should reflect the degree of compliance with the level (objectives) of training for a given course (section, topic) with its level of mastering.
  3. Increasing the level of proficiency
    Indicators of increasing the level of proficiency in professional skills can be the dynamics of both the results of the training participants perform special test and examination tasks, as well as assessments of their proficiency in various professional skills and abilities given by qualified experts who record the use of the studied applied psychotechnologies in real life.
  4. Increasing the level of proficiency
    Improving professional skills and
  5. Professional and psychological preparedness for activities as a psychological problem
    A psychological analysis of the sources and results of practical studies of the nature and dynamics of the development of psychological preparedness for professional activity has been carried out, the concepts of such categories as psychological readiness, sustainability, preparedness and their connection with the specifics of a particular activity have been considered. Keywords: psychological readiness, psychological
  6. Exercises recommended for use in group trainings on teaching employees the skills of psychological self-regulation
    At present, service in the internal affairs bodies is characterized by a sharp increase in informational and emotional pressures, and an increase in interpersonal relations, which place high demands on employees at all levels of law enforcement agencies. These requirements are of particular importance since the activities of ATS employees take place in the harsh conditions of the implementation of power
  7. Types of psychological knowledge
    The accumulation of psychological knowledge took place in various sciences and spheres of human activity, wherever knowledge of the mental world and human behavior was needed. According to some authors, the word "psychology" appeared in literature in the XVI century, according to others - in the XVIII. Historians have different opinions on how the word "psychology" arose. Literally translated from Greek, it means
  8. Types of psychological knowledge (by VN Karandashev)
    Types of psychological knowledge Basic concepts: Life psychology - specific knowledge about people, acquired, accumulated and used by a person in everyday life during historical development in order to influence certain people. Ordinary psychology is a kind of everyday knowledge; generalized knowledge of people in a relatively closed group
  9. Psychological complex
    The basis of the Program is Psychological Game Training, designed specifically for Wellness Programs based on our author’s Game, OK'SYUMORON. Therefore, dear citizens, we will play and have fun. Get used to this thought, please, from the very beginning, because without the Game and without jokes, praises and all sorts of nonsense, which in fact will not be nonsense at all, silk yes
  10. The history of the use of psychological knowledge in medicine
    Medical psychology examines the psychological aspects of the doctor’s activities and patient behavior. She studies the mental manifestations of diseases, the role of the psyche in their occurrence, course, treatment, and also in promoting human health. The value of psychology for medicine was realized long ago. As early as the 18th century, the great reformer of psychiatric care in France, Pinel, in his
  11. Psychological knowledge and psychological practice in the context of the professional activity of a psychologist
    Science and practical activity are two closely interrelated and at the same time significantly different from each other areas of social practice. Therefore, the use of the results of scientific knowledge in the practice of any specialist is far from a simple process, due to the interaction of practitioners who carry out certain activities (be it management, training or
  12. Shikun AF, Shikun AA, Skotnikov MV. Professional and psychological preparedness for activity as a psychological problem, 2007
    Based on the study of general psychological and military-theoretical sources, a psychological analysis of theoretical and practical studies of the nature and dynamics of the development of psychological readiness for professional activity was carried out, the concepts of such categories as psychological readiness, sustainability, preparedness and their connection with the specifics of a particular activity were considered.
  13. PROPAGANDA OF PSYCHOLOGICAL KNOWLEDGE AND DEVELOPMENT OF RESEARCH IN THE FLEET
    Like any system of scientific knowledge, psychology can give the maximum benefit to the fleet if it becomes the property of most officers and foremen and is adopted by them. The way from solved problems by theory to their mass application in practice is a difficult path that needs special guidance. Nowadays, when science becomes a productive force, when the rapid development of life
  14. The world of psychological knowledge
    The term "psychology" is formed from two ancient Greek words psyche (soul) and logos (knowledge, teaching) and literally means "science of the soul." Psychology studies the properties, mechanisms and patterns of development and existence of the soul, or psyche. The psyche is the spiritual world of a person who appears to each of us in the form of various experiences, thoughts, images, memories, desires, goals,
  15. History of psychological knowledge within other sciences
    The origins of scientific psychology must be sought, first of all, in the depths of philosophy. The ancient philosophers expressed the concept of "soul" the reason for life, breath, knowledge. Scientific psychology at that time was not a special professional activity, nor was there professional psychologists. Scientific and psychological knowledge accumulated in philosophical, medical, legal works, as a result of the work of philosophers, doctors,
  16. The history of the origin and development of psychological knowledge of military psychology
    Interest in the soldier’s soul has been shown by many prominent commanders since ancient times. Alexander the Great spoke about the need to temper the spirit of the warrior. Russian commanders also paid great attention to the psychological readiness of soldiers for battle. Of particular importance was the progressive views of A.V. Suvorov (1730-1800). Suvorov substantiated and created in practice a system of psychological
  17. The structure of military-psychological knowledge in the XVII - XVIII centuries
    The rapid development of military-psychological thought in Russia at the end of the 17th and the beginning of the 18th centuries was closely connected with the activities of Peter I (1672-1725), which had created a regular army. Peter I was guided by the conviction that the main force in a war is a man - a soldier, who "must constantly be trained in how to act in battle, and learn to act like that in fact." Peter I repeatedly
  18. Skill training
    The group of skills training includes people who wish to acquire certain skills, skills that will help them improve their lives, correct existing personal shortcomings. The purpose of the skill training group is to develop behavior that is acceptable not only for the individual, but also for society as a whole. To the main types of life skills that are taught in a group,
  19. Psychological counseling as a professional psychologist
    Psychological counseling is one of the most common types of professional work of a psychologist. People turn to a consultant for psychological help, advice for overcoming difficulties in various situations of everyday life. The goal of the work of a counseling psychologist is to help people solve life crises safely, increase their ability to solve problems and take
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