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PSYCHOLOGICAL FEATURES OF ATTITUDES OF STUDENTS TO THEIR OWN HEALTH IN CONFLICT SITUATIONS

Mirzayeva Sayyora Rustamovna.

Abstract
The main purpose of this article is to clarify the scientific fundamentals of the psychological
characteristics of students' attitudes to their health in conflict situations. It also studies the socio-psychological
aspects of students’ behavior towards their health from a philosophical, pedagogical and psychological
perspective. Studying the experience of foreign countries, which is aimed to the development of valeological
culture and the scope and content of its application in the system of youth education, are showed. The sociopsychological aspects of developing young people's attitudes to their own health are theoretically based and its
effectiveness has been proven in practical experiments. Socio-psychological conclusions and recommendations
aimed at developing a positive attitude of students to their health in conflict situations have been developed.
Collected results were analyzed based on theoretical and methodological analysis and empirical data that was
obtained.

Key words: student, conflict, valeological mind, valeological culture, attitude, health, attitude to health, healthy behavior, healthy lifestyle.


 
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Mirzayeva Sayyora Rustamovna. PSYCHOLOGICAL FEATURES OF ATTITUDES OF STUDENTS TO THEIR OWN HEALTH IN CONFLICT SITUATIONS. JCR. (2020), [cited August 18, 2021]; 7(17): 453-460. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.17.63



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Mirzayeva Sayyora Rustamovna (2020) PSYCHOLOGICAL FEATURES OF ATTITUDES OF STUDENTS TO THEIR OWN HEALTH IN CONFLICT SITUATIONS. JCR, 7 (17), 453-460. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.17.63



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Mirzayeva Sayyora Rustamovna. 2020. PSYCHOLOGICAL FEATURES OF ATTITUDES OF STUDENTS TO THEIR OWN HEALTH IN CONFLICT SITUATIONS. Journal of Critical Reviews, 7 (17), 453-460. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.17.63



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Mirzayeva Sayyora Rustamovna. "PSYCHOLOGICAL FEATURES OF ATTITUDES OF STUDENTS TO THEIR OWN HEALTH IN CONFLICT SITUATIONS." Journal of Critical Reviews 7 (2020), 453-460. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.17.63



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Mirzayeva Sayyora Rustamovna. "PSYCHOLOGICAL FEATURES OF ATTITUDES OF STUDENTS TO THEIR OWN HEALTH IN CONFLICT SITUATIONS." Journal of Critical Reviews 7.17 (2020), 453-460. Print. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.17.63



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Mirzayeva Sayyora Rustamovna (2020) PSYCHOLOGICAL FEATURES OF ATTITUDES OF STUDENTS TO THEIR OWN HEALTH IN CONFLICT SITUATIONS. Journal of Critical Reviews, 7 (17), 453-460. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.17.63