Psychological Health Of Youth As A Personality Trend In Conditions Of Uncertainty

Abstract

Study of psychological health of students does not cease to be relevant. In a number of priority values of a person, psychological health is unconditionally assigned primary importance. Modern students are in the age of information technologies, multitasking, in social turbulence and uncertainty. These factors affect their subjectivity. The objective is to study the psychological well-being and attribute style of students in the context of a psychological health model. Scientific novelty of the study is that the theoretical and methodological foundations of the study of the attribute style and psychological well-being of the individual in the context of the psychological health model are analysed. The multicomponent model of psychological health of the personality is indicated with the integration of an attribute style into the cognitive-reflective component, and psychological well-being - into the emotional-regulatory component of the model. The article presents the results of the study of psychological well-being, attribute style, psychological health of students. The main conclusions include theoretical and methodological understanding of such concepts as psychological well-being, attribute style and psychological health of the individual. The study showed that, as a rule, an optimistic attribute identity style contributes to a high level of development of psychological health and psychological well-being.

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Publisher

European Publisher

First Online

25.09.2021

Doi

10.15405/epsbs.2021.09.02.121

Online ISSN

2357-1330