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General characteristics of the specialty

Graduate training in the specialty “Psychology” provides for the professional qualification of “Psychologist. Teacher of Psychology. "

The specialty in accordance with OKRB 011 relates to the humanitarian profile of training specialists with higher education and has the designation 1–23.01.04 “Psychology”.

Requirements for prior training

The previous level of education should not be lower than general secondary education, confirmed by a state-standard document.

The level of preparation of an applicant for disciplines is established in accordance with the Rules for admission to higher educational institutions of the Republic of Belarus, approved by Decree of the President of the Republic of Belarus:

Belarusian language or Russian language (optional);

history of Belarus;

person, society, state.

General goals of specialist training:

the formation and development of social and professional competency, which allows combining academic, professional, social and personal competencies to solve problems in the field of professional and social activities;

preparation for pedagogical, research, organizational and methodological work at the level corresponding to the knowledge and skills acquired during the development of the educational program, as well as to continue training in educational programs of the 2nd level.

Forms of study in the specialty

Education in the specialty provides full-time (full-time) form of training.

Absentee education is allowed as an exception with the permission of the Ministry of Education.

Terms of specialist training

The standard period for training a specialist in full-time education is 5 years; 300 credits (credits).
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    The rules are mandatory in the design of new and reconstruction of existing enterprises (and workshops) of all industries (except mining and coal), transport, construction and agriculture, as well as in the design and construction of new and modernization of equipment operating in them; regulate the basic provisions of occupational health and suggest the development of them
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    Currently, the concept of imbalance of mediator-modulator systems as one of the main pathogenetic factors in the formation of clinical polymorphism of motor disorders has been formulated. It has been shown that in rigid syndromes, the dopaminergic activity is reduced and the activity of the cholinergic system is increased, which is accompanied by a corresponding imbalance of cyclic nucleotides and
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    Prematurity is considered to be a frequent cause of cerebral palsy (G. Eggers, S. Hallheim, 1984; SJGaskill, AEMerlin, 1993; K.A.Semenova, 1968, 1972, etc.), identified in the anamnesis in 1 \ 3 patients (AHBowley, L. Gardner , 1980; R. Behrman, V.Vaughan, 1987) and is usually associated with low body weight. According to many authors (Perinat. Patol., 1984), low body weight is the main cause of perinatal mortality,
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    Meat and other products of slaughter of animals of all categories of farms are subject to mandatory veterinary and sanitary examination in full, it is carried out by a veterinarian. Being the state controller, he gives a veterinary and sanitary assessment of all products of slaughter of animals and determines the ways of their implementation for food purposes. The main goal of this work is to prevent the possibility of infection of people through
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    The statistical classification of diseases was created and used primarily as a means of assessing changes in the health of the population, the state of medical care and, on this basis, generating data on the incidence and causes of death of the population, which is necessary for effective health planning. The classification allows you to translate the verbal expression of the diagnosis of diseases and other
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    . Sources of air pollution consist of sources of emissions of harmful substances (technological equipment) and sources of emissions (pipes of ventilation systems). Sources of allocation are divided into organized and unorganized. Emissions of harmful substances depending on the source of emissions are also divided into organized and unorganized. To organized allocation sources
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    There is a certain dependence of the clinical picture on the stage of ontogenetic development of the brain by the time of its damage. Therefore, the publications of authors considering cerebral palsy from ontophilogenetic positions are especially valuable, although, unfortunately, they are very few. Child development, writes R.P. Narcissov (1989), periodically leads to internally determined unstable
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    According to many authors (L.O. Badalyan, 1984; L.O. Badalyan, I.A. Skvortsov, 1986; R. Behrman, V.Vaughan, 1987; SJGaskill, AEMerlin, 1993, etc.), cerebral palsy - This is a group, most likely, of congenital diseases of various etiologies with a certain type of non-progressive motor disorders of central origin caused by brain damage in the perinatal period. M.O. Gurevich
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