MILITARY PSYCHOLOGY AND PEDAGOGY
| Lectures || Military psychology || 2008 |
Military psychology as a branch of psychological science. The state and prospects of the development of military psychology as a science and the ways of introducing its achievements into military practice. War as a socio-psychological phenomenon. The development of military psychology in Russia until 1917. The development of military psychology on the eve of and during the Great Patriotic War. The development of military psychology in the United States. The development of military psychology in England, Germany, France, Japan and Israel. The psychology of combat activity. The psychological characteristics of modern combat and its impact on the psyche of a warrior. Combat stress and features of its manifestation. Psychological features of the actions of personnel in conditions of the use of weapons of mass destruction by the enemy. Psychological features of the combat operations of personnel of parts of the ground forces in local military conflicts. The psychological foundations of military discipline. Features of team building in the process of military activity. The moral and psychological state of the personnel and its dynamics.
| Tutorial || Military psychology and its applied aspects || 2008 |
Military psychology as a branch of psychological science. The subject of military psychology. Basic principles, methods and tasks of military psychology. The state and prospects of the development of military psychology as a science and the ways of introducing its achievements into military practice. The reasons for the increasing role of military psychology and its condition. Prospects for the development of military psychology and ways of introducing its achievements into military practice. The development of military psychology in Russia until the middle of the 19th century. Formation of a military psychology system at the stage of empirical development. The structure of military-psychological knowledge in the XVII - XVIII centuries. The development of domestic military psychology in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The main directions of knowledge of the subject of military psychology. The transformation of military psychology into an independent branch of psychological science. The development of domestic military psychology from 1917 to the early 40s. Features of the formation of military psychology since 1917 and in the first half of the 30s of the XX century. Scientific and educational and psychotechnical components in the development of military psychology. Military psychological research on the eve of and during the Great Patriotic War. The development of the problems of Soviet psychology in the interests of warfare. Development of military-psychological problems of the personality of a soldier and commander. The development of military psychological research in Russia after the Great Patriotic War and to the present day ...........
| Graduate work || Re-adaptation and rehabilitation of military personnel after military traumatic stress || 2008 |
The object of the work is the organization of psychological work in the troops. The subject of the work is the process of psychological readaptation and rehabilitation of servicemen with PTSD in the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation. The aim of the work is to study the theoretical and practical aspects of systemic rehabilitation of military personnel.
Contents: Military traumatic stress and its consequences. The essence of post-traumatic stress disorder (syndrome) (PTSD). Disadaptive manifestations in military personnel with PTSD as a socio-psychological problem. Military-psychological system of readaptation and rehabilitation of military personnel. The psychological foundations of building a system of rehabilitation and rehabilitation in the Armed Forces. The main areas of work, organizational forms and effective methods of activity of a military psychologist, ensuring the functioning of the system of rehabilitation and rehabilitation in the Armed Forces. Personal growth of a serviceman as an indicator of the effectiveness of the functioning of the system of psychological readaptation and rehabilitation Creating conditions for personal growth in advising military personnel of the “risk group” on PTSD and their families. Group work with individuals with PTSD: methods that promote personal growth. Results, practical recommendations and main conclusions. Appendices (5).
Recommended to psychologists, military psychologists, cadets of military institutes and universities, teachers of military universities, officers of the Armed Forces.
| Course work || Medical and psychological training of astronauts || 2008 |
| Introduction The influence of the professional activities of astronauts on their psychological properties and qualities. Preparing for space travel. Space flights. Post-flight rehabilitation period. Organizational and methodological foundations and principles of medical and psychological preparation. The purpose of medical and psychological training. General conditions for medical and psychological training. Methods, teaching methods and measures of medical and psychological preparation. Stages of medical and psychological preparation. Assessment of the results of medical and psychological training. Conclusion List of references |
| Didenko I.V. || Psychophysiological and psychological features of the adaptation of military personnel at various stages of military service || 2007 |
| Abstract of dissertation for the degree of candidate of psychological sciences. Specialty 19.00.02 - "Psychophysiology" (psychological sciences). Supervisor - Doctor of Biological Sciences, Professor, Corresponding Member of RAO P. N. Ermakov |
| Senyavskaya E.S. || The Psychology of War in the 20th Century - Russia's Historical Experience || 2007 |
| In its history, Russia has experienced many armed conflicts, but it was in the 20th century that the massive socio-psychological phenomenon of the “warring man” arises. This book tells how this phenomenon was reflected in the popular consciousness and influenced the fate of several generations of our compatriots. Its main theme is a man in the extreme conditions of war, his thoughts, feelings, behavior. Battle psychology and soldier fatalism; heroic impulse and panic; features of front-line life; the relationship of ordinary and officers; interaction and rivalry of the combat arms; the role of ideology and propaganda; symbols and myths of war; soldier superstitions; the formation and evolution of the image of the enemy; The phenomenon of women's participation in hostilities is far from a complete list of problems that are first disclosed in historical literature by the example of all the external wars of our country in the 20th century, from Russian-Japanese to Afghan. The book is based on rare archival documents, letters, diaries, memoirs of war participants and materials of the "oral history". It will be interesting not only to specialists, but also to everyone who cares about the history of the Fatherland. This book is a return of debt to our ancestors, soldiers and officers of the Russian Army, undeservedly forgotten heroes of long-standing wars. This is a tribute to the front-line generation of the Great Patriotic War, my father and his comrades in arms. This is a tribute to the participants of the "small wars", my peers and friends who fought in Afghanistan. This is a pain for those boys who shed blood in hot spots today, and for those who only have to go through the war ... |
| Graduate work || The psychological qualities of the personality of citizens entering the military service under a contract || 2007 |
| Army, military service, contract service, motivation, choice of military profession, officer, soldier, defense of the homeland |
Armed forces are a complex social organism that is an integral part of modern society. Their development and condition are always determined by the development trends of society itself. However, regardless of the historical conditions and socio-economic development trends for the Russian Armed Forces, the main task has always been and remains the armed defense of the borders of the Motherland. Armed forces are not a faceless organism or a soulless mechanism, they are, first of all, people who possess the necessary level of knowledge and skills to manage complex military equipment, as well as the necessary personality traits to win on the battlefield. Therefore, one of the central areas of activity of an extra-military service soldier is working with people.
| Shikun A.F., Shikun A.A., Skotnikov M.V. || 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 preparedness for professional activity is carried out, the concepts of its categories such as psychological readiness, stability, preparedness and their relationship with the specifics of a particular activity are examined. Key words: psychological preparedness, psychological stability, psychological preparedness, psychological preparation, professional psychological training. Practical recommendations are given. |
It is recommended when writing term papers and diploma works in military psychology, extreme psychology, sports psychology, labor psychology.
| S.V. Chermyanin, V.A. Korzunin || Socio-psychological readaptation of servicemen who took part in counter-terrorism operations || 2007 |
| Resume: A long-term study of the characteristics of the psychophysiological state and behavioral reactions of persons engaged in professional activities in combat conditions (Afghanistan, peacekeeping operations in the Caucasus, Transnistria, Yugoslavia, the North Caucasus, etc.), revealed a certain pattern in the dynamics of adaptation of military personnel to extreme conditions of activity . In particular, four main periods were identified. Recommended for military psychologists, clinical psychologists, rehabilitologists, social workers. |
| Abstract of dissertation for the degree of Doctor of Psychological Sciences || Psychology of professional subjectivity of officers of the armed forces of the Russian Federation || 2007
| Specialty 19.00.03 - labor psychology, engineering psychology, ergonomics (psychological sciences) |
The dissertation was completed at the Department of Psychology, Military University.
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