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The results of the study and their interpretation

The study was conducted with fifth-year psychology students of the Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University in 2010.

The number of subjects is 55 people, including 4 boys and 51 girls. The age of the subjects from 21 to 23 years.

At the first stage of the study, the purpose of which was to identify the level of professional orientation of the subjects using the methodology of T. D. Dubovitskaya "Diagnostics of the level of professional orientation", the results are shown in table 2.

table 2

Diagnostic results of the level of professional orientation of students - psychologists according to the method of T. D. Dubovitskaya



According to table 2, we calculate the proportion of the number of students with different levels of professional orientation. These indicators are presented in Figure 1.



Fig. 1.

Representation of the specific proportion of subjects by levels of professional orientation. Methodology T.D. Dubovitskaya





This diagram illustrates a comparison of the proportion of subjects in terms of professional orientation. According to the indicators of subjects of the 5th year, the average level of professional orientation of the personality is dominant, which is 67% (30 students) of the total sample of subjects, 33% (25 students) have a high level of professional orientation. The average level of the professional orientation of the personality prevailing in the sample of subjects characterizes the students as showing interest in the profession they receive, they like it, they see themselves in the future profession.
Note the fact that the proportion of students - psychologists with a low level of professional orientation is zero.

The results of the survey of self-esteem of students - psychologists according to the method of B.I. Dodonov are presented in table 3.



Table 3

Diagnostic results of self-assessment of students - psychologists

by the method of B.I. Dodonov



According to table 3, we calculate the proportion of the number of students with different levels of self-esteem. These indicators are presented in Figure 2.



underestimated 5%, overstated 38%, adequate 57%

Fig. 2.

A chart illustrating the comparison of the proportion of subjects in terms of self-esteem

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Based on the results of diagnosing the level of self-esteem, the following conclusion can be made. 57% (31 people from the total sample of subjects) have adequate self-esteem, 38% - the proportion of subjects with a high level of self-esteem (21 people from the total sample), and only 5% (3 subjects) have low self-esteem.

According to the results of the study, we can say that this sample is characterized by adequate self-esteem - this means that by this age the subjects formed a self-esteem, they almost do not suffer from the “inferiority complex” and only occasionally adjust to the opinions of others. This once again suggests that most subjects have correct self-esteem.

In the next section, we present the results of the correlation analysis and evaluate the statistical significance of the relationship between self-esteem and professional orientation.
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