No 4 (2014)


Building Bridges: Psi Chi and International Psychology

McCormick M.A., Takooshian H., Denmark F.L., del Pilar Grazioso M., Velayo R.S., Wang A.Y., Zlokovich M.S.


“How can Psi Chi best partner with international psychologists to expand the honor society world-wide?” This has been an important question since 2009, when the 1,100 chapters of Psi Chi in the United States voted to become “The International Honor Society in Psychology”. This report updates and expands on a unique symposium offered at the 120th meeting of the American Psychological Association in Orlando, Florida, in August of 2012 - the first symposium on the Presidential theme of “Building Bridges” between Psi Chi and international psychology [8]. Here, seven leaders in international psychology in North and South America join to address different aspects of this timely question--with many suggestions on how to “build bridges” to expand Psi Chi globally. It was in part due to this historic symposium that in 2013 Guatemala became the first nation in Latin America, and Russia the first nation in mainland Europe to launch a chapter of Psi Chi.
RUDN Journal of Psychology and Pedagogics. 2014;(4):5-16
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Formation of Cross-Cultural Interaction Experience in Students in Conditions of Curricular and Extracurricular Hours Integration

Kazarenkov V.I., Rangelova E.M., Kazarenkova T.B.


The article presents the data characterizing the reserves of the integration of curricular and extracurricular classes in forming the experience of cross-cultural interaction in students. The main directions, techniques, tools and forms of working with students as well as the conditions of effective forming the cross-cultural interaction experience in students with the integration of curricular and extracurricular classes are revealed.
RUDN Journal of Psychology and Pedagogics. 2014;(4):17-23
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Value Orientations in Urban and Rural Vietnamese Students and Their Changes in Russia

Maslova O.V., Bui D.T.


The article presents the results of a longitudinal study of terminal and instrumental values of urban and rural Vietnamese students getting a university education in Russia.
RUDN Journal of Psychology and Pedagogics. 2014;(4):24-33
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Research of Emotional Burning out in Teachers with Different Levels of Responsibility

Kudinov S.I., Sedova I.V.


The problem of emotional burning out in teachers is discussed in the article. The results of the empirical research characterizing the different stages of the emotional burning out depending on the level of the responsibility manifestation in teachers are given.
RUDN Journal of Psychology and Pedagogics. 2014;(4):34-39
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Features of Emotional Sphere in Speech Therapist Teachers and their Reflection in Language Action

Leyeva A.N., Fomina N.A.


The article is devoted to disclosing the features of the emotional sphere of teachers working with children with speech disorders and their manifestations in speech activity.
RUDN Journal of Psychology and Pedagogics. 2014;(4):40-47
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Imitation as Factor of Developing Higher Abilities in Children: Resource Approach

Ozhiganova G.V.


The phenomenon of “imitation” in children is analyzed. The possibility of the use of imitation for development of higher abilities (mostly creative) in children is studied. Based on the resource approach, it is proposed to consider imitation as a factor that activates the hidden resources: creative, spiritual (moral value aspect), self-regulative in the early school years.
RUDN Journal of Psychology and Pedagogics. 2014;(4):48-54
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Features of Active Stress Overcoming Behavior among Civil Servants and Students of Humanities and Social Sciences Faculty

Pilishvili T.S., Ter-Saakova Y.V.


The study is devoted to the active overcoming of everyday stress by civil servants and students of Humanities and Social Sciences Faculty, focused on a similar professional activity. Different behavioral coping strategies are shown in terms of personal activity and their relationship with vitality.
RUDN Journal of Psychology and Pedagogics. 2014;(4):55-60
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The Relationship between Organizational Culture and Employees’ Job Motivation

Barabanshchikova V.V.


The main goal of research is job motivation level and organization culture type dependence analysis in the context of recruitment and employee appraisal professionals. A significant influence of the clan, adhocratic, and bureaucratic type of organizational culture on the level of work motivation of employees was found.
RUDN Journal of Psychology and Pedagogics. 2014;(4):61-68
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Formation of Human Subjectivity in Psychological Interactions with Nature

Mudrak S.A., Gagarin A.V.


The article outlines the current trends in the environmental psychological research of the peculiarities of developing the subject-subjective human relationship with nature: considering human habitat environment as a set of natural objects; studying certain natural sites as psychologically attributive elements of the environment; determining the psychological meaning of the «Human Habitat Environment»; giving the analysis of the problem of the subjectivity development in human interaction with the natural objects.
RUDN Journal of Psychology and Pedagogics. 2014;(4):69-77
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Development of Subjectivity in Cadets during Training

Markov A.S., Khisambeev S.R.


The article submits the results of the research, where such personal factors as learning motivation, aggressive reactions and the choice of behavior strategy in conflict are considered as the indicators of subjectivity development. It also shows the dynamics of the subjectivity development in cadets on these indicators.
RUDN Journal of Psychology and Pedagogics. 2014;(4):78-85
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Subjectivity Development in Adolescents and High School Students

Mdivani M.O., Lidskaya E.V.


The paper presents the empirical data on the development of subjectivity in adolescents and senior school pupils on indicators such as locus of control, intrinsic motivation and internal causality.
RUDN Journal of Psychology and Pedagogics. 2014;(4):86-92
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Conception of Lifelong Education as a Factor of Life Quality Improving for Third Age People (by the example of Education in Poland)

Boyko Z.V., Belovol E.V., Groenwald M., Siegień W.


The problem of the third age people’s education is considered in the article. The conception of lifelong education as well as its realization in Western European countries is analyzed. The situation of creating and developing universities for the third age people is examined by the example of Poland.
RUDN Journal of Psychology and Pedagogics. 2014;(4):93-100
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Psychological Characteristics of Personality in Students with Learning Difficulties

Shilova T.A.


The article presents the research of the psychological characteristics of the personality of a student with learning difficulties from the position of the mismatch of mental development in operational sphere. The article considers the system of methods of research with the personality-oriented approach. The influence of certain psychological characteristics of a personality on the outcome of the study is revealed. The ways of building correctional-developing programmes for psychological preparation of junior schoolchildren for successful learning are shown.
RUDN Journal of Psychology and Pedagogics. 2014;(4):101-107
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