Emotionally - strong-willed stability of a soldier


  • Sh. N. Abdurakhmanov Bukhara State University
  • Kh. A. Safayev Bukhara State University
Keywords: emotional and strong-willed stability; crisis; will; physical factors; chemical factors; threat; emotional excitement; tension; emotion situation.

Abstract

Emotional and strong-willed stability – complex psychology and pedagogical characteristic of personal development in which it is interconnected the strong-willed states and strong-willed qualities promoting implementation by the identity of strong-willed actions in situations of the increased emotional tension are presented. Age features of process of formation of emotional and strong-willed stability of the personality are caused by contradictions in intellectual, emotional and strong-willed development, the crisis nature of the teenage period (strengthening of a dominant of the distant purposes; formation of a performing link of strong-willed regulation; strengthening of internal ways of emotional and strong-willed regulation; establishment of intrinsic communication of the emotional and strong-willed sphere of the personality with moral consciousness, etc.). For formation of emotional and strong-willed stability it is necessary to know well the emotional and strong-willed features, to clearly represent the personal purposes, to train ability to operate itself in stressful situations.

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Published
2020-11-30
How to Cite
Abdurakhmanov, S. N., & Safayev, K. A. (2020). Emotionally - strong-willed stability of a soldier. Fundamental and Applied Researches in Practice of Leading Scientific Schools, 41(5), 31-34. Retrieved from https://farplss.org/index.php/journal/article/view/728