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Title: Researches of Self-Esteem as an Element of Professional Formaton of Personality
Authors: Zakrevska, Anna
Закревська, Анна Ігорівна
Keywords: self-esteem
psychological formation of self-consciousness
the realization of a person’s professional development
person’s professional development
self-esteem as an element of professional development
Issue Date: 7-Apr-2021
Publisher: National Aviation University
Citation: Zakrevska A. Researches of Self-Esteem as an Element of Professional Formaton of Personality // Polit. Challenges of Science Today. Humanitarian Sciences: abstracts of XXI International Conference of Higher Education Students and Young Scientist. – National Aviation University. – Vol. 1. - Kyiv, 2021. - P. 147-148.
Abstract: Self-esteem is one of the concepts of individual psychology, which has the largest research base and different interpretations. For example, according to L. S. Vygotsky, self-esteem is a generalized, stable, differentiated (also can be said ranked) attitude of the individual to his social “Me”. I.S. Kon considered self-esteem as a multicomponent and complex phenomenon. His domestic colleagues V. A. Semichenko, M. G. Yaroshevsky expanded the interpretation of the concept in this direction. Therefore, in their opinion, self-esteem is an assessment of his own place among other people and their subjective attitude to it. This description also complements with the statement of I. I. Chesnolova that self-esteem is special psychological formation of self-consciousness of the individual and acts as an internal mechanism of self-regulation of behavior and activity.
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