publication . Article . 2013

The determinants of the development of professional distortions in medical personnel, teachers, and psychologists working in an industrial-disaster zone

Leonova, Anna B.; Zlokazova, Tatyana A.; Kachina, Anastasiya A.; Kuznetsova, Alla S.;
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  • Published: 01 Sep 2013 Journal: Psychology in Russia: State of Art, volume 6, page 132 (issn: 2074-6857, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Russian Psychological Society
Abstract
Studies of personal adaptation to dynamic work conditions and job content form one of the most important domains in work and organizational psychology. Contemporary base-line research is targeted to reveal the factors that contribute to effective work, unimpaired health, and well-being. In this domain the studies of various professional disadaptations and the elaboration of psychological support programs are growing rapidly (Bodrov, 2006; Cooper, Dewe, & O'Driscol, 2001; Kasl, 1978; Leonova, 1996, 2003).Many of the studies are devoted to manifestations of stress and the development of professional distortions in socionomic occupations (Leonova & Bagryi, 2009; Le...
Subjects
free text keywords: General Psychology, Professional development, Developmental psychology, Job satisfaction, Applied psychology, Work experience, Emotional intelligence, Psychology, Occupational stress, Coping (psychology), Industrial and organizational psychology, Work motivation, Social psychology, coping behavior, individual predictors, professional distortions, stress management, BF1-990
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