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Psychology and Psychotechnics, 2017-4
Kiseleva N.V. - Involvement of Students in Continuous Education at Different Stages of Learning Process pp. 74-81


Abstract: The article is devoted to involvement of students in continuous education. The phenomenon of involvement is presented as a multi-dimension construct that, on the one hand, reflects the amount of efforts applied to perform activity and, on the other hand, emotions, cognitive processes and motivation related to activity being performed. The involvement model includes cognitive, behavioral, motivational and value components. The novelty of the research is caused by the fact that the author studies involvement in continuous education as a socio-psychological phenomenon that plays an important role in creating an education involvement structure model. The research methods include: Questionnaire (AUSSE_2012_SEQ), semantic differential, Zamfir method, Shane's Career Orientations Test, Value and Accessibility Ratio Level (offered by E. Fantalov), Attractiveness of Professional Future (by R. Ginzburg), Analysis of Emotions and Meanings Related to Learning and Profession (Manoukian), Satisfaction with Profession (A. Rean's test modified by V. Yadova and N. Kuzmina), UWES Inventory (measuring the level of satisfaction with one's profession), and Schwarz' Personality Profile. The research involved 593 respondents, each respondent studied at a college, Bachelor's or Master's or post-graduate faculty or occupational therapy faculty. The author made the following conclusions: involvement of students in continuous education is an individual socio-psychological phenomenon; continuous education involvement structure includes 5 components (cognitive, emotional, behavioral, motivational, value-based); education involvement structure has differences at different stages of education; there are different forms of education involvement typical for various stages of education. 
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