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ISSN 1999-6241

Psychopedagogy in Law Enforcement
No. 4(71) 2017
published quarterly since May, 1995
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The journal is included into the list of peer-reviewed scientific periodicals recommended by the Higher Attestation Commission of the Russian Federation for publishing the main results of PhD and Doctoral theses on the following sciences: psychological sciences, pedagogical sciences, juridical sciences

CONTENTS
THE MAIN THING
Kubyshko V. L., Kruk V. M., Karavaev A. F., Bogachev S. V. Status, problems and ways of improvement of psychological work to the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia (To results of the First international scientific and practical conference)………………………………………………...5
Dereshko B. Yu. Historical and Legal Aspects of Improving Psychological Work in the System of Moral-Psychological Support of Law Enforcement Agencies' Operational Activities……………12
Noss I. N., Borodina T. I. Personal and Professional specification: Characteristic Features of Law Enforcement Officers……………………………………………………………………………16
Fedotov A. Yu. Problems of Reliability in the Context of Various Types of Scientific Rationality……………………………………………………………………………………………24

PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PEDAGOGICAL ASPECTS OF PERSONALITY FORMATION AND DEVELOPMENT

Antilogova L. N., Razhina N. Yu. Intellect and Altruistic Orientation of a Person…………..29
Osintseva L. M., Litvinov V. A. The Role of Intergroup Competitions in Motivation of Students on the example of the Barnaul Law Institute of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia…34
Gubin V. A., Akulov A. O. Interdependence of Learning and Professional Motivation and Academic Performance of Students of Different Courses of a Pedagogical Institute. ……………….40

PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF EDUCATIVE, LEGAL AND PREVENTIVE WORK

Vasiliev V. V. The design of the educational process as an integral part of continuing education of law enforcement officers……………………………………………………………………………46
Timko S. A., Kuznetsova. I. A. Women's violence against their spouse: peculiarities of manifestation and possibilities of prevention by internal affairs bodies……………………………….50
PSYCHOLOGY OF DELINQUENT BEHAVIOUR
Molodtsova T. D., Kobysheva L. I., Shalova S. Yu. Psychological Mechanisms of Juvenile Delinquents Social Maladjustment…………………………………………………………………….55

PSYCHO-CORRECTION AND REGULATION OF STATES
Tsvetkov V. L., Khrustaleva T. A., Tanov A. M. Chief Officer Communication Style in regard to Prevention of Conflicts at Work and Optimization of Administrative Activity& & & & & & & & .60
Ulyanina O. ., Fedotov S. N., Mar'in M. I. Psychological Counseling in the Psychologists Activities at Educational Organizations of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia& & & & & & ...76

THEORY AND METHODS OF PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION
Zautorova E. V. Implementation of Innovative Technologies in Education at Ministerial Higher Educational Institutions………………………………………………………………………...73
Troyan E. I., Katargin S. V. The Use of the Situational Method in Physical Training to Develop Speed and Strength Qualities of Law Enforcement Officers. ………………………………78
Lupyr V. G. Development of Technology for Teaching Legal Basis of Using Firearms to Cadets of the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs……………………………………………………82
Struganov S. M., Bakin A. V., Ivanov A. K. Increase of Physical Proficiency of Cadets and Trainees of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia through Plyometric Exercises…………………88

INVITE TO DISCUSSION
Vyzulin E. A. System and Elements of the Pedagogical Model of «Citizen — Patriot — Professional» as a Component of Professional Training of Police Officers…………………………..94

PERSONALITY PSYCHODIAGNOSTICS AND COGNITION
Chernysheva E. V. Communicative Characteristics of Personality of Officers of the System of the MIA with regard to the Factor of Job Satisfaction…………………………………………………99

TO PRACTICAL PSYCHOLOGIST
Kasperovich Yu. G., Kostina L. N., Mar'in M. I. On Development of Traffic Police Officers' Professional Skills and Qualities to Counteract Provocative Behaviour of Road Users……………..106

List of articles published in 2017……………………………………………………………..111
Information for authors and subscribers……………………………………………………116


Status, problems and ways of improvement of psychological work to the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia (To results of the First international scientific and practical conference)
Kubyshko Vladimir L.,
candidate of pedagogical sciences, Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia,
Chief of the Department of public service and shots Moscow, Russia e-mail: 84956673764@mail.ru Kruk Vladimir M.,
doctor of psychological Sciences, professor, , leading consultant of office
of methodical providing organization of psychological work Department of public service and shots of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia Moscow, Russia e-mail:  HYPERLINK "mailto:kvm@fsvgroup.ru" kvm@fsvgroup.ru
Karavaev Aleksandr F.,
Cand. Sci. (Pedagogy), Associate-Professor, the Omsk Academy
of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia. Omsk, Russia. e-mail:  HYPERLINK "mailto:karavaevmvd@mail.ru" karavaevmvd@mail.ru
Bogachev Sergey V.,
reviewer Chief of the Department of public service and shots
Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia Moscow, Russia e-mail: bogachev.timber@gmail.com

Abstract: the structure of conferees is presented, the theoretical review of the scientific reports given on it is executed. The basic ideas of the main report which are the program of activity of departmental psychologists on the near-term outlook are in more detail opened and reasoned. It is emphasized that psychological work in the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia is one of types, a component of system of moral and psychological ensuring operational and service activity of law-enforcement bodies. Therefore both specifically professional, and all-system tasks are assigned to it. In this regard in the report three groups of the problems demanding an urgent solution connected with are put: unfairly high labor costs on carrying out personal psychodiagnostics and insufficiently optimum technologies of its realization; emerzhentny effect of some other the factors constraining development of departmental psychological work; and also a separation of divisions of psychological work from achievement of main objectives of system of moral and psychological providing. The last is especially contrastly shown during realization in the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia of a complex of the actions devoted to the 300 anniversary of the Russian police celebrated in 2018.
Keywords: psychological work, moral and psychological providing, personal psychodiagnostics, special psychophysiological research with application of a polygraph, emerdzhentny effect; state and patriotic outlook, corporate culture of the police officer, historical memory, understanding psychology.

Citation: Kubyshko V. L., Kruk V. M., Karavaev A. F., Bogachev S. V Status, problems and ways of improvement of psychological work to the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia (To results of the First international scientific and practical conference). Psychopedagogy in Law Enforcement. No. 4(71) 2017. . 5-12.
Submitted 02. 12. 2017

Historical and Legal Aspects of Improving Psychological Work
in the System of Moral-Psychological Support of Law Enforcement Agencies' Operational Activities

Dereshko Bogdan Yu,
Candidate of Sciences (Law), Associate-Professor, Deputy-Head of the All-Russian Research Institute of the the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation, Major-General of Internal Service
Moscow, Russia. 5-mail: HYPERLINK "mailto:dbj2000@mail.ru"dbj2000@mail.ru

Abstract. The report examines the historical and legal aspects, current state of legal regulation of psychological work with the personnel in the bodies of the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs. The author analyzes the legal problems in the practice of psychological work requiring scientific resolution. Recommendations on improving the legal regulation of moral and psychological support are given.
Keywords: legal framework, psychological work, moral-psychological support, law enforcement agencies.
Citation: Dereshko B. Yu. Historical and Legal Aspects of Improving Psychological Work in the System of Moral-Psychological Support of Law Enforcement Agencies' Operational Activities. Psychopedagogy in Law nforcement. No. 4(71) 2017. . 12-15.
Submitted 30. 09. 2017

Personal and Professional Specification: Characteristic Features of Law Enforcement Officers
Noss Igor N.,
Doctor of Sciences (Psychology), Professor, Professor at the Department of Juridical Psychology, V.Ya. Kikot' Moscow University of the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs
Moscow, Russia. e-mail:  HYPERLINK "mailto:takvilona@yadex.ru" takvilona@yadex.ru

Borodina Tatiana I.,
postgraduate student, Department of Psychology of Labour and Organizational Psychology,
Moscow Region State University
Moscow, Russia. e-mail: innoss2007@yandex.ru

Abstract. In the article on a representative sample of law enforcement officers the existence of the personal and professional specifications are experimentally confirmed. The study was conducted in six departments of economic security. The characterological analysis of data was carried out on the basis of the study of personnel performing the communication, information, analytical, legal, information technology, audit, sensory-motor and information-analytical activity. At a statistically significant level (p < 0.05) using Student's t-test the authors managed to identify the differences between professional groups according to the data from personality questionnaires and tests (MMPI, etc.). In the research the focus was made on the accentuated personality traits, professional activity specifics and age peculiarities of those involved in the survey. The experiment enabled the authors to compare the revealed specialists' personal features with the effectiveness of their work (comparison of efficient officers), and this proves the differentiated selection of candidates for law enforcement agencies due to their personal aptitude possible.
Keywords: personal-professional specification, the ratio of the qualities and professional requirements, law enforcement officers, communicative and informative activities, analytical and legal activities, information technology activities, audit and revision activities, sensory-motor activities, analytical activities, evaluation of the personal aptitude of the candidates for service.

Citation: Noss I. N., Borodina T. I. Personal and Professional specification: Characteristic Features of Law Enforcement Officers. Psychopedagogy in Law nforcement. No. 4(71) 2017. . 16-23.
Submitted 30. 09. 2017

Problems of Reliability in the Context of
Various Types of Scientific Rationality
Fedotov Andrey Yu.,
Candidate of Sciences (Psychology), Associate-Professor of the Department of Psychology,
V.Ya. Kikot' Moscow University of the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs
Moscow, Russia. e-mail: HYPERLINK "mailto:fedot-andrey2008@yandex.ru"fedot-andrey2008@yandex.ru

Abstract. The article dwells on the problem of reliability of professional activity which has gone through a difficult historical way of development. It is possible to understand the steps, dynamics and prospects of studying the problem of reliability in psychology due to its consideration through the prism of its origin and implementation in the context of various types of scientific rationality. The authors attempt to outline the main priorities in the development of the reliability-related issues in the context of classical, non-classical and post-nonclassical types of scientific rationality. A logical change of types of scientific rationality in studying the problems of reliability and expansion of the psychological component in its solution are shown.
Keywords: type of scientific rationality, a comprehensive theory of reliability, an interdisciplinary approach, cybernetic approach, man-machine system, man-professional activity system.
Citation: Fedotov A. Yu. Problems of Reliability in the Context of Various Types of Scientific Rationality. Psychopedagogy in Law Enforcement. No. 4(71) 2017. . 24-28.
Submitted 30. 09. 2017



Intellect and Altruistic Orientation of a Person
Antilogova Larisa N.,
Doctor of Sciences (Psychology), Professor, Head of the Department of General and Pedagogical Psychology, Omsk State Pedagogical University
Omsk, Russia.5-mail:  HYPERLINK "mailto:Antilogova@yandex.ru"Antilogova@yandex.ru
Razhina Natalya Yu.,
Candidate of Sciences (Pedagogy), Associate-Professor at the Department of Philosophy and Social Humanities, Omsk State Medical University
Omsk, Russia. 5-mail:  HYPERLINK "mailto:n.yu.ra@mail.ru"n.yu.ra@mail.ru

Abstract. Basing on the thematic apperception test (TAT) three types of altruistic orientation were specified: high level, average level and low level. The authors reveal the actual connection between indicators of person altruistic orientation and intelligence level of Omsk Pedagogical University students. The research basing on the Cattell’s questionnaire showed dependence of altruistic orientation level on individual personal properties. The respondents with low altruistic orientation can be characterized by low control of affective sphere, i.e. low volitional regulation of this sphere. It is proved that high level of intelligence determines the high level of the person altruistic orientation. The additional study conducted from March to May of 2017 at the clinic faculty of Omsk State Medical University revealed that more than one-third of the respondents (38%) have an average level of intelligence. Testing altruistic or egoistic person orientation showed that half of all future doctors have egoistic orientation. Altruistic orientation characterizes 37% of the respondents, a mixed orientation is typical for 13% of the respondents. There is no significant correlation between the level of intelligence and the level of altruism-egoism. Thus, intelligence as mental abilities and altruism as a person's attitude being professionally important qualities of a doctor are not at the high level yet among medical university students. It might be connected with their initial stage of introducing to the profession or the attitude established to distance themselves form the patients, which has become common in medicine when a patient's pain and sufferings do not arouse empathy in medical staff.
Keywords: adaptation, altruism, altruistic orientation, intelligence, morals, morality, egoism, empathy.
Citation: Antilogova L. N., Razhina N. Yu. Intellect and Altruistic Orientation of a Person. Psychopedagogy in Law Enforcement. No. 4(71) 2017. . 29-24.

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Authors declare no confl ict of interest
Submitted 27. 06.2017


The Role of Intergroup Competitions in Motivation of Students on the example of the Barnaul Law Institute of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia
Osintseva Lyudmila M.,
lecturer at the Department of Informatics and Special Technique, the Barnaul Law Institute of the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs
Barnaul, Russia. 5 -mail:  HYPERLINK "mailto:osinal77@mail.ru"osinal77@mail.ru
Litvinov Vladimir A.,
Candidate of Sciences (Physics and Mathematics), Associate-Professor, Chief of the Department of Informatics and Special Technique, the Barnaul Law Institute of the
Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs
Barnaul, Russia. 5-mail: lva201011@yandex.ru

Abstract. The article deals with the problem of increasing the motivation of students with the help of intergroup competition using information technology, namely a rating system for assessing the results of all types of cadets' achievements aimed at forming the necessary competences for future professional activities. To determine the role of intergroup competition in motivating the cadets' activity the authors present the results of a questionnaire survey of students at different courses. The results of the questioning of cadets show the importance of the role of intergroup competition in motivating their achievements. The scoring-rating system for assessing the results of the intergroup competition of cadets for all types of activities proposed by the authors has a novelty in solving the actual problems of increasing the motivation of students for the educational process.
Keywords: motivation to learning, intergroup competition, competitiveness, score-rating system, educational activities, information technology.
Citation: Osintseva L. M., Litvinov V. A. The Role of Intergroup Competitions in Motivation of Students on the example of the Barnaul Law Institute of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia. Psychopedagogy in Law Enforcement. No. 4(71) 2017. . 34-39.
Interdependence of Learning and Professional Motivation and Academic Performance of Students of Different Courses of a Pedagogical Institute

Gubin Vladimir A.,
Honored Science Worker of the Russian Federation, Doctor of Sciences (Psychology), Professor, Professor of the Department of General and Applied Psychology,
Pushkin Leningrad State University
St. Petersburg, Russia. 5-mail:  HYPERLINK "mailto:mrgoobin@yandex.ru"mrgoobin@yandex.ru
Akulov Andrey O.,
Master at the Psychology Faculty,
Pushkin Leningrad State University
St. Petersburg, Russia5-mail:  HYPERLINK "mailto:mrgoobin@yandex.ru"mrgoobin@yandex.ru

Abstract. The purpose of the research is to reveal influence of learning and professional motives on academic performance of students from different courses of pedagogical institutes. The research involved 209 students from the first to the fourth courses of Pushkin Leningrad State University (St. Petersburg) aged 16 to 23. The research establishes interdependence between learning professional motivation and academic performance of students from different courses of a pedagogical institute. The authors detail the concept of learning professional motives and motivation. The paper specifies significant interconnections between learning professional motivation, personal traits and academic performance. The dynamics of needs and motives at different courses shows the changes in needs and motives of bachelor degree students from different courses with different academic performance. This determines the psychological pedagogical maintenance required by the students with poor academic performance and correlation between learning and professional activity of students from different courses. The study revealed the personal traits which determine academic performance of bachelor degree students from different courses, peculiarities of learning professional motivation of students with different academic performance, interconnection between indicators in motivation sphere and level of academic performance of bachelor degree students.
Keywords: learning activity, academic performance, learning professional motivation, learning professional motives, personal traits, graduation paper.
Citation: Gubin V. A., Akulov A. O. Interdependence of Learning and Professional Motivation and Academic Performance of Students of Different Courses of a Pedagogical Institute. Psychopedagogy in Law Enforcement. No. 4(71) 2017. . 40-45.

Table. Dynamics of needs and motives at different training courses

Level
learning achievement1 course2 course3 course4 courseNeedsAll the students1. Interpersonal need
2. Material
3. Security
4. In self-expression
5. In recognition1. In self-expression
2. Material
3. Interpersonal
4. In recognizing
5. Security1 In self-expression
2. In recognition
3. Interpersonal
4. Material
5. Security1. In self-expression
2. Material
3. In recognition
4. Interpersonal
5. SecurityStudents with a high level of academic achievement1. Interpersonal
2. Material
3. In self-expression
4. Security
5. In recognition1. In self-expression
2. Material
3. In recognition
4. Interpersonal
5. Security1. In self-expression
2. In recognition
3. Interpersonal
4. Material
5. Security1. In self-expression
2. Material
3. Interpersonal
4. In recognizing
5. Security Students with low academic achievement1. Interpersonal
2. Security
3. In self-expression
4. Material
5. In recognition1. Material
2. In self-expression
3. Interpersonal
4. In recognizing
5. Security1. In self-expression
2. In recognition
3. Interpersonal
4. Material
5. Security1. Material
2. In self-expression
3. In recognition
4. Intermediate
5. SecurityAll the studentsMotives1. Acquisition of knowledge2. Getting a diploma3. Mastering the professionStudents with a high level of academic achievement1. Acquisition of knowledge2. Getting a diploma3. Mastering the professionStudents with low academic achievement1. Getting a diploma2. Acquisition of knowledge3. Mastering the profession
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Submitted 15. 05. 2017



The design of the educational process as an integral part of continuing education of law enforcement officers
Vasiliev Vyacheslav V.,
Nizhny Novgorod Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia candidate of legal Sciences,associate Professor, The professor of the Department of administrative activities
of the bodies of internal affairs Nizhny
Novgorod. Russia. 5-mail:  HYPERLINK "mailto:vasiljev.vyacheslaw@yandex.ru" vasiljev.vyacheslaw@yandex.ru

Abstract. The introduction of computer technologies in life of modern society is undeniable. Not left out of the introduction of elements in its environment, and this fundamental activity of the state and society as education. The terminology of the educational process often sends participants in the educational activities of such technical and computer terms such as program (for example: the working program of the discipline), testing (e.g. residual knowledge of students), feedback, etc. Current Federal law «On education in the Russian Federation» considers training as a single purposeful process of education and upbringing. In light of recent changes in state educational policy of Russia, education is not only on the position co-ordinate with the training element of education, but also acquires a particularly significant role in the preparation of a competent professional specialist and member of society in the framework of lifelong education. Before educational organizations, Federal law enforcement task maximum benefit of the educational process in the training of law enforcement officers and at the same time patriots of the Fatherland is particularly acute. The introduction of design in the educational process of the educational organization of law enforcement body allows not only to optimize the entire educational process of the University, but also can help to minimize educational gaps in "coverage" of all categories of employees undergoing training within the framework of lifelong education.
Keywords: continuing education, police school, design educational activity, educational process.
Citation: Vasiliev V. V. The design of the educational process as an integral part of continuing education of law enforcement officers. Psychopedagogy in Law Enforcement. No. 4(71) 2017. . 46-49.
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Submitted 03.04. 2017

Women's violence against their spouse: peculiarities of manifestation and possibili-ties of prevention by internal affairs bodies
Timko Svetlana A.,
candidate of legal Sciences, associate Professor, Department of criminology,
psychology and pedagogy OMA of MIA of Russia, Professor
Omsk, Russia. e-mail:  HYPERLINK "mailto:satimko@list.ru" satimko@list.ru
Kuznetsova Inna A.,
candidate of legal Sciences, senior researcher of the research
Department of OMA, the Ministry of internal Affairs of Russia
Omsk, Russia. e-mail: inna.oma.1716@mail.ru
Abstract. The article deals with the problem of psycho-emotional and physical violence of women against their partners, outlines the key activities of internal Affairs agencies to reduce crime victime-STI men in the family. The object of the research is women's violence against spouses and cohabitants. The study focused on the characteristics of violent behavior of women, the nature of the relationship between spouses that lead to aggression and preventive police work with families where men also suffer from violence from their wives.The study summa-rizes the empirical material on this issue: the results of a survey of men (659 people aged 18 to 69 years), the sen-tences in relation to women for causing harm to health or murder their spouses (cohabitants) (84 sentence); analy-sis of scientific literature, the preventionsetting work of the ATS in the Internet. The authors demonstrated how often men become the victim of AG-ressie from their partners, as they relate to this problem, why continue living together. Recognizing the paramount importance of psychological assistance to such men and their families as a whole, focuses on the need to implement a number of activities arising from the purpose of policing is to protect life and health of citizens. The integration of identified features of violence against women and implementation of proposed areas of work will enhance the awareness of the public, to reduce criminal victimization of the men in the family. The results of the study can also be interesting for the further development of household problems, in-cluding family violence.
Keywords: police, women violence, domestic violence, men victims of emotional violence, aggression, prevention, information work, work with victims of crime.
Citation: Timko S. A., Kuznetsova I. A. Women's violence against their spouse: peculiarities of manifestation and possibilities of prevention by internal affairs bodies. Psychopedagogy in Law Enforcement. No. 4(71) 2017. . 50 54.
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Psychological Mechanisms of Juvenile Delinquents Social Maladjustment
Molodtsova Tatyana D.,
Doctor of Sciences (Pedagogy), Professor, Head of the Department of Social Pedagogy and Psychology, Rostov State University of Economics
Taganrog, Russia. 5-mail: HYPERLINK "mailto:laborantkaf2015@mail.ru"laborantkaf2015@mail.ru
Kobysheva Larisa I.,
Candidate of Sciences (Pedagogy), Associate-Professor at the Department of Social Pedagogy and Psychology, Rostov State University of Economics
Taganrog, Russia. 5-mail: HYPERLINK "mailto:laborantkaf2015@mail.ru"laborantkaf2015@mail.ru
Shalova Svetlana Yu.,
Candidate of Sciences (Pedagogy),
Associate-Professor at the Department of Social Pedagogy and Psychology,
Rostov State University of Economics
Taganrog, Russia. 5-mail: HYPERLINK "mailto:laborantkaf2015@mail.ru"laborantkaf2015@mail.ru

Abstract. Juvenile social maladjustment is a common social negative phenomenon. To tackle it it is necessary to be aware of its psychological mechanisms or deep causes. Typical psychological mechanisms of juvenile maladjustment are connected with complexes of symptoms common for juveniles. These complexes of symptoms include relations with friends, self-attitude, attitude to moral values, ideals, life goals, the world, studies, teachers, adults, socially necessary work, family, parents. The origin of each deformation of the complex of symptoms is its internal defect arising due to external circumstances but further developing according to the internal laws and transforming into a trigger of maladjustment psychological mechanism. There are three groups of psychological mechanisms - “triggers” of juvenile maladjustment: motivational and personal manifestations (cognitive dissonance, negative motivation, psychological barrier, etc.), disorders in cognitive sphere (perception, memory, etc.), defects in the emotional-volitional sphere (affects, stresses, etc). Each of these “mechanisms” can cause a psychological chain leading to generalization of a defect. Diagnostics of such mechanisms and their timely correction are in the focus of preventing and overcoming juvenile social maladjustment.
Keywords: juvenile maladjustment, types of maladjustment, psychological mechanisms of maladjustment, complexes of symptoms, psychological defects, triggers.
Citation: Molodtsova T. D., Kobysheva L. I., Shalova S. Yu. Psychological Mechanisms of Juvenile Delinquents Social Maladjustment. Psychopedagogy in Law Enforcement. No. 4(71) 2017. . 55-59.

Table. Start-up mechanisms of disadaptation
Mechanisms of disadaptationMotivational - personal manifestationsAffect the inadequacyWith low self-esteem: self-doubt, depression, shyness. With overestimated - conceit, hypocrisy, aggression in relations with surrounding peopleThe cognitive dissonanceManifestation of a bad mood, apathy, indifference, indifference, even when solving important personal problemsFrustrationDepression, neurosis, indifference, negativism, alienation, which are manifested in many situationsNegative motivationContempt for those who are engaged in business, unwillingness to work, irritability, lack of faith in oneself, apathy, rejection of almost any instructions, reluctance to learnPsychological barrierRudeness, negativism, conflictness, contempt, isolation, indifference, non-accessibility to those to whom such a barrier arose, even in situations where there was no reason for thisLoss of self-identityConfusion, fence, alienation, depersonalization in relationships with both adults and comradesLow moral valuesCynicism, sloth, lack of spirituality, contempt for people. Usually brightly manifested in the relationship with adults or comrades, in reasoning, in free time behavior, especially in the propensity to addictiveness and even criminalityViolation of the cognitive sphereViolation of attentionAbsence, superficiality, distractibilityImpaired perceptionsTactfulness, inattention, lack of sensitivity to people, failure in important activitiesMemory underdevelopmentForgetfulness, irresponsibility, non-completeness, inattentionUndeveloped intelligenceStupidity, superficiality, illogicality, short-sightedness. Quickly manifested in indifference in educational activity, in misconduct, in relation to othersPoverty of a realistic imaginationTactlessness, earthiness, insubordination, cruelty, when a teenager is unable to understand and feel the "pain" of another, likes to mock the weak and defenselessDefects of the emotional-volitional sphereAffectsExcitability, disinhibition, conflict, incontinence in relation to others, frequent unmotivated "explosions" of moods, rudeness and inadequacyStress, frustrationPhobias, anxiety, withdrawal from oneself, a sense of loneliness, aggression.AbsenceIrresponsibility, laziness, indifference, disinhibition, non-complementarityLoss or distortion of the vital meaningIndifference to yourself and people, cynicism, low moral values, lack of spirituality
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Submitted10. 05 .2017

Chief Officer Communication Style in regard to Prevention of Conflicts
at Work and Optimization of Administrative Activity

Tsvetkov Vyacheslav L.,
Doctor of Sciences (Psychology), Professor, Chief of the Department of Juridical Psychology, V.Ya. Kikot' Moscow University of the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs
Moscow, Russia. e-mail:  HYPERLINK "mailto:Romashka1957@inbox.ru"Romashka1957@inbox.ru
Khrustaleva Tatyana A.,
Candidate of Sciences (Psychology), Associate-Professor, Deputy-Chief of the Department of Juridical Psychology,
V.Ya. Kikot' Moscow University of the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs
Moscow, Russia. e-mail:  HYPERLINK "mailto:khrustalev100@mail.ru"khrustalev100@mail.ru
Tanov Alexandr M.,
post-graduate student of the Department of Juridical Psychology,
V.Ya. Kikot' Moscow University of the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs
Moscow, Russia. e-mail:  HYPERLINK "mailto:tanov_alexander@mail.ru"tanov_alexander@mail.r
Abstract. The ongoing nationwide transformations have required a substantial restructuring of strategy, tactics and psychology of management in law enforcement agencies. Chief police personnel focus more on the increase of their professional and psychological competence. Foreign and domestic psychology are getting more interested in style characteristics of an individual. The experimental study of psychological peculiarities of impact the chief officer communication style has on the conflicts at work shows that their typology is rather relative, they are closely connected with the management style where it is important to determine their dominance and the influence on choosing the behavioural strategies in different situations of interpersonal interaction. Inadequate communication style deforms the group consciousness which is implemented and interpreted also through interests. As a result, the communication style and its influence on conflicts at work are mostly determined by their interests. The most efficient focus enabling to solve problems of conflict prevention is everyone's orientation on the work and on the other members of the staff. Individual strategy used by the chief officer in official conflicts refers to different levels of organization of individual traits and is a style-related property.
Keywords: professional communication, the chief officer style of communication with subordinates, management styles, behavioural strategies in conflicts.
!itation: Tsvetkov V.L., Khrustaleva T.A., Tanov A.M. Chief Officer Communication Style in regard to Prevention of Conflicts at Work and Optimization of Administrative Activity. Psychopedagogy in Law Enforcement. No. 4(71) 2017. . 60-66.

Table 1.The severityof therientacionnyh styles-professionally active communicationmanagers (in%)

Orientation orientationGroup leaders123The average value ofAction orientation31242828Process orientation15192319People orientation17263225Orientation for the future, the future23 18 9 17Expressed by all1363Action orientation and process orientation----Action orientation and a focus on people42-3Action orientation and orientation for the future, the future3113Process orientation and a focus on people----Process orientation and the orientation for the future, the future-3-3People-orientation and the orientation for the future, the future6414
 
Table 2. Characteristics of main interests defended by the leaders in practical activities,%
Protected interestsChoice 
OfficeImplementation of their duties44The realization of their rights8To meet the responsibilities of subordinate9Personalplan12Protectiontheir honor and dignity23Protectionthe honour and dignity of others9Strengtheningits authority7Desireinsist on its11
Table 3.Preferred strategy managers in official conflict (on the methodology of Thomas-Kilmena% and ranks)
Behavior strategiesGroup leaders123The average value ofThe rivalry24
231
127
228
1Cooperation28
123
324
325
3Compromise19
326
232
126
2Avoidance15
49
58
510
5Device14
511
49
414
4
Table 4.The severity ofthe dominant leadership style, Mark
StyleGroup leaders123The average value ofDirectory (authoritarian)9677Collegiate (Democratic)51087Liberal (permit)4544 
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Submitted 29. 06.201

Psychological Counseling in the Psychologists’ Activities at Educational Organizations of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia
Ulyanina Olga .,
Candidate of Sciences (Sociology), Associate-Professor of the Department of Psychology, Pedagogy and Organization of Work with Personnel,
the Academy of Management of the Ministry of the Interior of Russia
Moscow, Russia. 5-mail: lelia34@mail.ru.
Fedotov Sergey N.,
Doctor of Sciences (Psychology), Professor, chief of Service Psychology Studies and Science Centre,
V.Ya. Kikot' Moscow University of the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs
Moscow, Russia. 5-mail:  HYPERLINK "mailto:fedotovsn@rambler.ru"fedotovsn@rambler.ru
Mar'in M. I.
Doctor of Sciences (Psychology), Professor of the Department of Scientific Fundamentals of Extreme Psychology, Moscow State University of Psychology and Education
Moscow, Russia. e-mail:  HYPERLINK "mailto:marin_misha@mail.ru" marin_misha@mail.ru

Abstract. The article considers theoretical-methodological and applied aspects of psychological counseling of cadets at educational organizations of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia. The work presents approaches to understanding the essence of psychological counseling in foreign and domestic psychology, and the authors' definition of this concept is given. The advantages and peculiarities of the transconceptual methodological approach in psychological counseling are described. The results of the analysis of reasons for applying for help to a psychologist at the Volgograd Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia are given. The most common are requests for psychological assistance in such areas as motivational, value and demand, development and self-improvement, self-esteem and self-attitude, etc. On the basis of typology of requests the necessity of an integrated approach to the solution of cadets' problems, including elements of career guidance, age-related psychological counseling, and family counseling, is substantiated. In conclusion, the technology of psychological counseling of cadets is described.
Keywords: psychological counseling, cadets, transconceptual approach, psychological inquiry, technology of psychological counseling.
Citation: Ulyanina O.., Fedotov S. N., Mar'in M. I. Psychological Counseling in the Psychologists Activities at Educational Organizations of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia. Psychopedagogy in Law nforcement. No. 4(71) 2017. . 67-72.

Table. Typology of queries in the psychological counseling of cadets

! ?/?Types of requests%1Motivational sphere92Value-Needed Sphere of Personality73Development and self-improvement294Self-esteem, self-attitude185Psycho-emotional states (anxiety, aggression, experience of grief)196Marriage and family relations137Structuring of personal time5
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Implementation of Innovative Technologies in Education at Ministerial Higher Educational Institutions
Zautorova Elvira V.,
Doctor of Sciences (Pedagogy),
Professor, Professor at the Department of Juridical Psychology and Pedagogy,
the Vologda Institute of Law and Economics of the Russian Federal Penitentiary Service
Vologda, Russia. 5-mail:  HYPERLINK "mailto:elvira-song@mail.ru"elvira-song@mail.ru

Abstract. The proportion of informational and communication technologies introduced in the training process at ministerial higher educational institutions used in various forms of the lessons, organization of the cadets' and trainees' scientific and self-study work has increased. The questionnaire poll conducted among 100 cadets of the Vologda Institute of Law and Economics of the Russian Federal Penitentiary Service reveals that 66% of the respondents are willing to combine computer work with communication with the teacher. 50% of the respondents find it difficult to adjust to computer technologies due to the great bulk of tasks for self-study and lack of skills in individual work. However, 80% of the cadets approve the usage of new technologies in studying. It requires development of the teacher's innovative activity which is one of the strategic areas. The study of the process of cadets' introducing to new informational technologies (according to the questionnaire polls conducted among first and second-year cadets) enables the author to conclude that 30% of the respondents experience difficulties connected with organization of expedient use of their own time budget, readiness to learn by themselves, striving for learning etc. The cadets failed to perform without a teacher and found it difficult to adjust to new learning technologies.
Keywords: informatization of education, innovative technologies, learning via computer, scientific process, learning process, forms of organization of scientific and learning processes, peculiarities of cadets' education at a ministerial higher educational institution.
Citation: Zautorova E. V. Implementation of Innovative Technologies in Education at Ministerial Higher Educational Institutions. Psychopedagogy in Law Enforcement. No. 4(71). 2017. . 73-77.
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The use of the Situational Method in Physical Training to Develop Speed
and Strength Qualities of Law Employees of Offcers
Troyan Evgeny I.
Ph.D. in Education Sciences, Docent of the Department of Physical Training for Law Enforcement Officials. Tyumen Advanced Training Institute of the MIA of Russia Tyumen Advanced Training Institute of the Ministry of the Interior of the Russian Federation»
Tyumen, Russia. 5-mail: HYPERLINK "mailto:Troyan_evgenii@mail.ru"Troyan_evgenii@mail.ru
Katargin Cergeu V.
Docent of the Department of Physical Training for Law Enforcement Officials. Tyumen Advanced Training Institute of the MIA of Russia Tyumen Advanced Training Institute of the Ministry of the Interior of the Russian Federation
Tyumen, Russia. 5-mail: HYPERLINK "mailto:Troyan_evgenii@mail.ru"Troyan_evgenii@mail.ru

Abstract. The study was conducted with the purpose of revealing the effectiveness of the use of the situational method in the physical training of officers of the internal affairs bodies for the development of their speed-strength qualities. The study involved students attending the Tyumen Institute of Advanced Studies of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia in the period from January to April 2017. A total of 16 listeners, men of the first age group, were involved. The subjects were divided into two groups: a control group and an experimental group of 8 people each. To achieve the goal of the study, a set of typical situations of prosecution of the offender and overcoming various obstacles was developed. The study was conducted on the basis of the Tyumen Institute of Advanced Training of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia. To solve problems, the following pedagogical methods of research were used: analysis and generalization of scientific and educational literature; testing; Pedagogical experiment; Methods of mathematical statistics. In the experimental group, the situational method was used. The results of the study revealed that the rates of development of speed-strength qualities in the experimental group increased by an average of 7.5% more than in the control group. The use of the situational method in classes on physical training of employees of internal affairs bodies contributes to the improvement of their speed and strength qualities.
Keywords: physical training, police officers, situational method, speed-strength qualities.

Citation: Troyan E. I., Katargin S. V. The use of the Situational Method in Physical Training to Develop Speed and Strength Qualities of Law Employees of Offcers. Psychopedagogyinlawenforcement. No 4(71). 2017. . 78-81

Table 1. The test results of the level of development of speed-strength abilities of students of the experimental group and the control group at the beginning of the experiment
testsShuttle run 10x10 m (s) Bending the torso in the supine position for 30 seconds (number of timesBending and straightening the arms in emphasis lying for 10 seconds number of times group E groupC groupE groupC groupE groupC group EMBED Equation.3 26,526,811,811,27,257Ã0,360,50,11,161,030,75M EMBED Equation.3 0,120,170,350,410,360,26V1,361,868,310,31410,7t1,31,150,55 >>0,05>0,05>0,05
Table 2. The test results of the level of development of speed-strength abilities of students of the experimental group and the control group at the end of the experiment
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Submitted 29. 01.2017

 The research done with support of Russian Humanitarian Science Foundation, project No. 15-03-00710 «Categorial opposition «altruism-egoism» in the modern moral discourse»










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