Features Of The Development Of Coping Behavior In Adolescence And Adolescence

Abstract

The article substantiates the urgency of the problem of the development of coping behavior in adolescence and adolescence. The authors conducted a philosophical and psychological-pedagogical analysis of the problem of coping and concluded that one way or another coping behavior is a person's skill not only to adapt to crises, but also to find the most optimal ways out of them, through the mental resources of the person himself: temperament, defense mechanisms, life experience, etc. To create optimal psychological and pedagogical conditions in the university, contributing to the formation of this significant ability in future specialists, a careful analysis of the terms “coping behavior” and “coping” is necessary. Having analyzed the above approaches to defining coping behavior, the author concluded that one way or another coping behavior is a person's skill not only to adapt to crises but also to find the most optimal ways out of them, through the mental resources of the person himself: temperament, defense mechanisms, life experience, etc. Having received, processed, and analyzed all the research data, we can say that with age, the indicators of the preference for using coping behavior strategies can change, under the influence of such factors as personal characteristics of a person and experience gained in the process of life. The data obtained can be considered in the organization of special psychological and pedagogical conditions in the educational process of students enrolled in the training direction 44.03.02 Psychological and pedagogical education.

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Doi

10.15405/epsbs.2021.11.142

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2357-1330