Proceedings of the International Conference on the Theory and Practice of Personality Formation in Modern Society (ICTPPFMS 2018)

Psychological aspects of personal safety

Authors
Spihenkova Maria, Moiseev Artem, Kirichkova Margarita, Krasnoschechenko Irina, Arpentieva Mariam
Corresponding Author
Spihenkova Maria
Available Online September 2018.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/ictppfms-18.2018.25How to use a DOI?
Keywords
personal safety, ban, personality, psychological security, aggression, hate, subjective well-being, satisfaction with life
Abstract
The article reveals the peculiarities of psychological safety. Based on the analysis of theoretical sources of psychological safety of the person it is treated as a process, as a property of the individual and as a state. Human security in assessing dangerous situations can be defined as the ability to prevent errors that are fraught with even more dangerous consequences. In addition, it can also be defined as the ability to withstand random, unprogrammed factors, for example, the dangers that suddenly arise in an activity. Safe activity is the result not so much of counteracting a person to dangers, but rather a manifestation of his capabilities not to generate these dangers by his activities. There is also adequate and inadequate security. Under adequate protection, researchers usually mean a particular mental state of a person as an ability to withstand negative environmental phenomena or internal motivations leading to negative manifestations in activities and actions that can cause negative changes in the structure of the personality, in characterizing its features and qualities
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AU  - Moiseev Artem
AU  - Kirichkova Margarita
AU  - Krasnoschechenko Irina
AU  - Arpentieva Mariam
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