Andreyanna Ivanchenko, Oleksandr Timchenko, Evgeniy Zaika. How To Get Around The Stress-Traps in The Students’ Life And Avoid The Stress Acute Angles.

(2018) Science and education, 3, 12-19. Odessa.


Andreyanna Ivanchenko,
Doctor of Psychology, associate professor,
Educational-Scientific Institute of International Relations and Social Sciences,
Interregional Academy of Personnel Management,
2, Frometivska Str., Kyiv, Ukraine,
Oleksandr Timchenko,
Doctor of Psychology, professor,
Leading Researcher of the Laboratory of Crisis and Disasters Psychology,
National University of Civil Protection of Ukraine,
94, Chernyshevskaya Str., Kharkiv, Ukraine,
Evgeniy Zaika,
PhD (Candidate of Psychological Sciences), associate professor,
Department of Psychology,
V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University,
6, Svobody square, Kharkiv, Ukraine



This paper aims to reveal the ways of forming the sanogenic anti-crisis person’s qualities. The main sociopsychological determinants causing the students’ stress (mainly, the large training load, conflicts in the group, unwilling-ness to study, fear of the future) and stress symptomatology (in a great part of the emotional-physiological nature: anxiety, fear, headache, lack of time, low working capacity) were identified. As it was defined, many students use spontaneously the destructive methods of stress relieving (alcohol, smoking, internet, television). A wide range of fatigue, overload and stress symptoms, arising at the interpersonal and personal level, was observed. The system of sanogenic organizational and psychological ways of stress suppression has been elaborated (i.e., Reiki recovering system, meditation, game trainings of cognitive processes).


stress determinants, stress resistance, sanogenous qualities, Reiki recovering system, meditation, game training of cognitive processes.




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