Behaviour Control Features in People of Different Professions

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The article presents the results of the research of the psychological characteristics, including the behavior regulation, of people of different professions: with their activity strictly regulated (pilots, N = 44) and with flexible timetables (freelancers, teachers... N = 40). It is shown that there exist certain development features of the behavior control components (volitional, cognitive control and emotional regulation) and the relationship between these components in groups of people with a different degree of professional activity regulation. The behaviour control of pilots is characterized by a higher integration and interrelation of all the components, whereas the behavior control of people working flexible hours has lower connectivity and fragmentation of its components.

N S Terekhina

Psychology Institute of Russian Academy of Sciences

Email: n.s.terekhina@rambler.ru
Laboratory of Developmental Psychology

E A Sergienko

Psychology Institute of Russian Academy of Sciences

Email: elenas13@mail.ru
Laboratory of Developmental Psychology

A A Lekalov

Branch № 1 of the Academician N.N. Burdenko Main Military Clinical Hospital of the Defence Ministry of the Russian Federation

Email: lekalov.aleksandr2011@yandex.ru
Neurofunctional and Psychophysiological Research and Special Methods of Medical and Flight Expertise Laboratory of the Centre of Medical and Flight Expertise

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