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"The Scientific Opinion" № 6 (Psycho-pedagogical and Juridical sciences), 2015


S. М. Gutsykova
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 The article deals with the impact of parameters, characterising the educational process
organisation and environmental conditions, on the safety of the socio-psychological space of students’ educational and professional activity. The author shows that the variability of priority parameters of the educational process and environmental conditions affecting the safety of activities is negligible in groups of students with different individual characteristics of perception, and the highest specificity is more typical of ergonomic parameters of environmental conditions associated with the development of students’ practical skills. Regardless of individual differences in perception, the author allocates universal parameters that are the most significant in terms of their impact on the safety of the space of educational and professional activities.
Key words: psychological safety, socio-psychological space, educational and
professional activity, perception, educational process, environmental conditions,
individual psychological characteristics.
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