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CONCLUSIONS

The study of psychological adaptation requires consideration of its functions in the general adaptation process. Since any adaptation is a process of constructing optimal relationships between the body and the environment, the definition of the value of psychological adaptation presupposes answers to questions about which relations between a person and the environment depend primarily on psychological adaptation and how changes in psychological adaptation affect the homeostatic systems of the organism. The search for answers to these questions forces us to consider psychological adaptation as a complex process that, along with the actual psychological adaptation (ie, the maintenance of mental homeostasis) includes two more aspects: optimizing the constant interaction of the individual with the environment and establishing an adequate correspondence between mental and physiological characteristics, expressed in the formation of certain and relatively stable psycho-physiological (psycho-vegetative, psycho-mental and psycho otornyh) ratios.

Supporting the idea of ​​VA. Petrovsky that the human behavior can not be reduced to the manifestation of any one, even the fundamental, life relationship, came to the idea of ​​interactive disequilibrium of adaptive behavioral acts defined as the realization of the inner potential of the individual through an individually specific sphere of needs and motivations, intellectual activity, emotionally -willing and communicative, moral properties, and the external conditions for their implementation and initiation, mediated by culture, social relations. The higher this level, the more improved the adaptation, the more energy and informative links are required for a productive adaptation that grows out of passive imitation into active adaptive behavior at a qualitatively higher level with the complete uniform development of the resource apparatus that ensures the process of self-development of the individual. Thus, self-development as a process is possible only in a civilized (in the productive sense of the word) mature personality.

In general, in an interdisciplinary human research today it is about developing a concept of human potential. This concept means an integral characteristic of the physical, mental, intellectual, spiritual abilities of man. It is obvious that, depending on various reasons and circumstances in the real life of each person, its potential is preserved or destroyed, develops or stagnates, is realized or not realized. Therefore, the developed methodology of psychological training is aimed at assessing the degree of influence on the human potential of various socio-economic, scientific, technical, environmental and other changes. At the level of scientific intuition, there is no doubt that, unlike physical systems, the realization of a person's potential in many cases does not lead to its reduction and exhaustion, but to creating new opportunities for its development and development.
Therefore, today it is especially important to develop methods that allow tracking the qualitative characteristics of the development and self-development of a person, the dynamics of the process of self-actualization of his personality.

The final, generally accepted solution to the problem of the potential of the individual at the level of the generalized theory has not yet been found, and therefore it is necessary to reveal the psychological content of the phenomenon. An appeal to the history of scientific thought shows that researchers traditionally viewed potential as "hidden opportunities", "source" in achieving goals, as that "inner direction" that gives human life a higher value and value.

It seems to us that the potential can be defined as a personal resource, realized in a cash or perceived situation. In the content plan, it can be revealed through the characterization of the moral, aesthetic and intellectual values ​​that constitute the basis of the spirituality of the individual. These values ​​are not only independent components in the structure of potential, but also closely related to various spheres of human activity, its relations with other people, with value orientations. From what has been said, it follows that potential is the basis of spiritual development and self-realization of the individual.

In the thesis it is proved that the success of adaptation is achieved by purposeful psychological training of servicemen, which allows developing the potential of the individual through the mechanisms of self-development and self-realization. In general, in the process of dissertational research, the assigned tasks have been solved, ie: the genesis, strategies and mechanisms of the process of adaptation of servicemen who are being retired into the reserve are traced; The features of the dynamics of the adaptation process of servicemen being dismissed into the reserve are investigated; identified the adaptive capacity of the individual through assessing the level of development of psychological characteristics, the most significant for the regulation of mental activity and the process of adaptation to civilian life; a model of psychological preparation for the civilian life of servicemen who are being retired into the reserve is constructed, and ways of its practical realization are given. The hypotheses that have been advanced have been confirmed, which is reflected in the provisions passed to the defense.

The further perspective of the development of the subject matter of this study is seen in the search for the main reasons for the emergence and development of the personality's adaptive potential as a component of the potential of the individual as a whole. Solving this problem will, in terms of psychological preparation of the individual, not work with the complex of consequences of its life activity, but with the main determinants of its development, which seems more productive.
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  1. About conclusions
    Conclusions are written according to the content of the whole work. Often, for convenience, they are numbered. They begin with a very brief description of the relevance of the problem under study. Then, again, they briefly disclose that they found out some problem during the theoretical analysis. Then they go on to how they studied this problem empirically: what hypotheses they put forward, what was confirmed, what not. It is important to conclude the conclusions
  2. . Conclusions.
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  3. CONCLUSIONS
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  4. CONCLUSIONS
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    1. Based on the obtained results of the study in the experimental group, the following conclusion can be drawn: - firefighters believe that the most important environmental problems are the problems of environmental pollution - 75% and water - 55%; - the solution of environmental problems is possible with the help of the construction of new treatment facilities at the plants (80%) - firefighters believe that it is up to
  6. The logic of establishing experimental facts and monitoring the conclusion
    The difference between the demonstration experiment and the "true" and "control" experiment. The idea of ​​an experimental fact as a result of a decision. Requirements to the hypothesis in terms of the possibilities of its experimental testing. The scheme of K. Holzkamp, ​​which relates the types of hypotheses according to their empirical loading and the applicability of the experimental method for their verification.
  7. conclusions
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