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Poster
PS28A-09-199

THE RESEARCH OF PSYCHOSOCIAL READINESS FOR PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITY AMONG FUTURE PSYCHOLOGISTS IN POST-SOVIET KAZAKHSTAN

[Speaker] Sagnaeva, Tolkyn:1
[Co-author] Berdibayeva, Sveta:2, Aymaganbetova, Olga:2, Orakova, Amangul:3, Naurzalina, Danna:1, Seiitnur, Zharas:2
1:Turan University (Kazakhstan), 2:al-Farabi Kazakh National University (Kazakhstan), 3:Institute of advanced qualification (Kazakhstan)

The purpose of the study is to research the psychosocial readiness, cognitive and operational components among students of the Kazakhstani higher education institutions. Research applies the "Psychosocial potential of readiness for professional activity of the expert psychologist" test. Research shows that 2nd year students express the low indicators of development of the general abilities (F=2,40 at α≦0.001; F=13,29 at α≦0.001) and abilities to the reflection (F=6,74 at α≦0.001) and high rates of verbal creativity (F=9, at α≦0.001); for 3rd year students - low indicators of verbal creativity(F=7,02 at α≦0.001; F=1,94 at α≦0,05) and high rates of aspiration to self-development(F=8,79 atα≦0,001; F=11,16 at α≦0,001) and learning ability(F=11,23 at α≦0,001;F=5,00 at α≦0,001); for 4th year students - lower indicators of aspiration to self-development (F=7,14 at α≦0,001;F=7,36 at α≦0,001) and learning ability (F=12,49 at α≦0,001;F=7,69 at α≦0,001). In this contex, the high level of future psychologists' psychosocial readiness is evident.
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