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Publications of Shmoilova Natal'ya Aleksandrovna
Psychology and Psychotechnics, 2020-1
Shmoilova N.A., Kashirskii D.V. - Value attitude towards health and personal development pp. 68-77

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0722.2020.1.31116

Abstract: This research is aimed at examination of objective meaning of the value of health, as well as such personal meaning instilled into this value and projection of the value of health into surrounding reality in form of actions, aimed at preservation of own health. The subject of this research is the value attitude towards health from the perspective of representation in person’s consciousness of the value of health at the level of objective meaning, subjective meaning, and sensual fabric of personality seeking self-development. The following conclusions were formulated in the course of this work: 1) personality with high and average level of psychological well-being, the value of health is on the level objective meanings, subjective meanings, and sensual fabric; 2) harmonious presence of three interconnected forms pf existence of the value of health in students’ consciousness – level of objective meanings, subjective meanings, and sensual fabric of the image testifies to the fact that the value of health manifests as psychological means of personal development; 3) young people, whose value of health is in all three levels of consciousness, constantly seek personal growth, open to new experience, as well as demonstrate readiness to encountering unfamiliar circumstances, independence of opinion, self-confidence, and orientation towards their inner world.
Psychologist, 2019-3
Shmoilova N.A., Kashirskii D.V. - Psyhological Features of the Value of Health Demonstrated by Personalities with Different Level of Self-Actualization pp. 10-20

DOI:
10.25136/2409-8701.2019.3.28632

Abstract: The aim of this research is to describe special features of the value of health demonstrated by an individual with a particular level of self-actualization. The subject of the research is psychological features of the value of health demonstrated by personalities with different level of self-actualization. The rationale of the research is that there is a contradiction between the need to analyze the dependence between one's attitude to health and his or her level of self-actualization and immaturity of this problem in psychology. The authors offer a new term 'values-based attitude to health' and analyze the structure of one's value of health. The diagnostic set includes KVS-3 Value Test, SAT Self-Actualization Inventory, questionnaires 'Your Life Style', 'Self-Assessment of Health', and 'Health Awareness'. Statistical methods and models of data analysis include Spearman's correlation analysis, Fisher's variance analysis, Cronbach reliability test, and Pearson's χ2-criterion. The results of the research demonstrate that health is one of the priorities of a self-actualizing personality. People with a high level of self-actualization relate health to such phrases as physical well-being and external signs of good health (activity and sense of purpose). The researchers have also demonstrated that one's personal idea of health correlates to self-actualization level as a temporal characteristic. The results show that personalities who have achieved a high level of self-actualization have such features as a high level of activity aimed at preservation and improvement of health in actual life activity and commitment to healthy life-style. Self-actualizing personalities also have an coherent attitude to health as a value. Personalities with a low level of self-actualization more often view health as a source of intra-personal conflict. 
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