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Poster
PS28A-07-375

Psychological peculiaritis of resolving the conflicts in relationships between teenagers

[Speaker] Yesbergenova, Gulnur:1
[Co-author] Toxanbayeva, Nurgul:2, Naubayeva, Khapiza:3, Abdeyeva, Svetlana:3, Molbassynova, Zhumakul:3, Omargazy, Yergali:2, Kuanali, Maira:4
1:Almaty Technological University (Kazakhstan), 2:Kazakh National University named after al-Farabi (Kazakhstan), 3:Zhetysu State University named after I.Zhansugurov (Kazakhstan), 4:Kazakh National Pedagogical University named after Abai (Kazakhstan)

Among Kazakh people, in each settlement there were old wise men, famous orators, who took part in resolving the conflicts. Let's group the foreign psychologists that studied conflicts: psychoanalytical (Z.Fraid, A.Adler), sociotropic (U.Mac-Daugall, S.Sigelle etc).,Ethological (K.Lorenz, N .Tinbergen), group dynamic theory (K.Levin, D.Krech,), frustrational-agressive (D.Dollard,N.Miller), behavioural. K.Tomas's test "Strategy of behavior in conflicts", T.Leary's method «The diagnostics of the person as a subject ofinterpersonal relations» were conducted and teenagers who are inclined to conflicts were assorted to experimental group (60 samples). For examples, results on two methods before 1st forming experiments in experimental group; 7% altruistic, 8,6% friendly, 10,1% dependent,12,5% dependent hesitating, 10,5% doubtful, 12% aggressive, 14% egoist, 14% authoritative. Results before 2nd forming experiments; altruistic 11%, friendly10,6%, dependent10,1%, dependent hesitating 10,5%, doubtful8,5%, aggressive8,6%, egoist8,5%, authoritative9,7%. Research results showed that conflicts can be avoided if to define specific peculiarities of conflicts in relationships between teenagers and arrange special psychological works.
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