Eurasian Journal of Biosciences


The significance of the problem under study is determined by the increasing requirements of society for the ability of a young person to respond optimally to the challenges of our time, and, as a consequence, the importance of studying hardiness as an integral personal construct that mediates a person’s response to the stress of life. The purpose of the paper is to analyze the empirical data of the study of hardiness among the student youth, to identify the specific features in the manifestation of the psychological aspects of hardiness associated with attitudes, social skills, an aptitude of boys and girls for emotional and behavioral self-regulation. The leading approach to the study of student hardiness is a systematic approach as a methodological principle of modern science. The main research methods are personality questionnaires, projective techniques, the method of content analysis which make it possible to reveal the features of the manifestation of hardiness through patterns of attitudes and behavior in life situations. The main results of the study are data on the specifics of perceiving the concept of “hardiness” by university students; data on the hardiness indicators of boys and girls studying at universities; features of emotional self-regulation and cognitive attitudes of students with different indicators of hardiness. The materials of the paper can be useful for university teachers in terms of pedagogical activities to develop hardiness of the student youth through personal interaction in the process of educational and scientific activities.


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