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PS28P-04-354

ADAPTATION FEATURES OF FIRST-YEAR STUDENTS AT THE HIGHER MILITARY LAW INSTITUTE

[Speaker] Naurzalina, Danna:1
[Co-author] Karimova, Aigul:2, Muldasheva, Bagdashzhan:3, Kibatayeva, Norslu:4, Almurzayeva, Bibigul:2, Tolegenova, Aliya:5, Amankeldy, Saltanat:1
1:Turan University (Kazakhstan), 2:K. Zhubanov Aktobe Regional State University (Kazakhstan), 3:Khromtau Mining and Technical College (Kazakhstan), 4:Aktobe Institute for Advanced Studies Orleu (Kazakhstan), 5:al-Farabi KazNU (Kazakhstan)

The purpose of study was revealing the factors promoting adaptation at the higher military law institute. N=46, age=18.5. The Big five, Rean's test on motivation of success achievement or avoiding the failures, adaptability test were used. 56,5% of examinees are motivated on success achievements, however 95,6% have problems with adaptation. 52,5% of students showed high level of extraversion and 50% social support. 17,4% of examinees are inclined to impulsive behavior, and experience difficulties with self-control. There is a tendency to represent social and desirable results, however, high correlation of an extraversion scale with an affection scale (.490**), and expressivity (.490**) was revealed. One of the expected results was that fact that the psychological balance correlates with the adaptive abilities (.841**), communicative abilities (.572**), and understanding of the place in group of classmates (.448**). The factors promoting adaptation at higher military law institutions interconnected with success achievements, extraversion and social support.
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