icCSBs January 2015

Volume II, Pages 1-218 (06 January 2015)
The European Proceedings of Social and Behavioural Sciences 
©2015 Published by the Future Academy
Edited by: 
Zafer Bekirogullari and Melis Yagmur Minas
Conference: i
cCSBs January 2015 The Annual International Conference on Cognitive - Social, and Behavioural Sciences
06-09 January 2015
Kyrenia - Cyprus
Conference Chair(s): 
Prof. Dr. W.C.M. (Willibrord) Weijmar Schultz, Head of section Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecologie / Sexology UMCG, University Medical Center Groningen
& Associate Prof. Dr. Anita Welch Curriculum & Instruction and Educational Technology Division, Head Emirates College for Advanced Education

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Title: Contents

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Title: Guest Editors' Message 
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No: 1  
Title: The Quality of Working Life Among Nurses in Pediatric Setting
Pages 5-14
Author(s): Nizar Said, Filipe Nave, Filomena Matos
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Title of the Paper: The Quality of Working Life Among Nurses in Pediatric Setting
Problem Statement: Nursing profession is high demand career, nurses usually are exposed to situations that affect their quality of working life (QoWL).
Research Questions: What is the level of Quality of Working Life among pediatric nurses?
Purpose of the Study: To measure the quality of working life among nurses in pediatric departments.
Research Methods: It’s a quantitative cross sectional study approaches to assess the quality of working life (QoWL) of nurses working in the four pediatric departments in Faro Hospital-Portugal, using Work-Related Quality of Life (WRQoL) scale.
Findings: Most of respondent nurses experienced low QoWL, there was no effect of studied variables on QoWL.
Conclusions: Nurses experienced low QoWL, nurses need more efforts and programs to achieve good QoWL. Further researches needed to find the causes of low QoWL. 

No: 2
Title: Measuring Deficiencies in Nonprofit Management
Pages 15-27
Author(s): Lawrence Hunt, Mehryar Nooriafshar, Chandrasekhar Krishnamurti
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Problem Statement: A mathematical technique to measure nonprofit management performance has eluded researchers for more than three decades. Traditional, analytical techniques have failed to find a solution that had broad acceptance.
Research Questions: Will heuristic methodology provide an acceptable, approximate solution to the measurement of management deficiency in a nonprofit organisation?
Purpose of the Study: Demonstrate that a heuristic methodology can be used to build a model that will measure individual management deficiency and produce an assessment of individual management strengths and weaknesses for the board members of nonprofit organisations.
Research Methods: The heuristic methodology known as simmulated annealing was adopted in an attempt to build a model that will produce an acceptable, approximate solution to the measurement of individual management deficiency.
Findings: A heuristic model was built and tested and satisfactory results were obtained. The results were validated by demonstrating that there was an alignment of the results produced by the heuristic model and those obtained by an alternate method.
Conclusions: It has been established that this heuristic model will produce an acceptable, approximate solution to the measurement of management deficiency in nonprofit board members across a wide range of factors.

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Title: Role of communication experience in facial expression coding in preschool children
Pages 28-35
Author(s): Vera Labunskaya
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Problem Statement: The aim of our research was to analyse the coding of facial expression of basic emotions by preschool children from the point of view of the humanistic -psychological approach.
Research Questions: Our empirical research is aimed to test the hypotheses that preschool children’s communication experiences with peers impact the facial expression coding accuracy.
Purpose of the Study: Based on the humanistic-psychological approach we determine accuracy of emotional expression coding not only as a correspondence between expressive codes and elaborated schemes and models of expressions, but as a result of observer’s communication experience included into different interaction practices, interaction experience of preschool children with their peers.
Research Methods: The experimenter asked preschool child to portray of the following emotions: happiness, surprise, fear, and sadness. The accuracy index of children’s coding of facial expressions was scored based on the responses of children-decoders (familiar and unfamiliar children boys and girls). The collected data were computed using the methods of descriptive statistics and the method of comparison of paired samples.
Findings: There are no significant differences in coding of facial expressions of familiar and unfamiliar children, when the observer’s gender is controlled. The coding of the facial expressions of familiar boys is significantly higher than of unfamiliar ones, as well as familiar girls. There is no difference in coding of facial expression produced by familiar and unfamiliar girls.
Conclusions: Our study differs from other researches in this field by applying observer’s response, which acts both as encoder and decoder involved into interaction circle with others, as an indicator for the accuracy of facial expression coding. Summing up we received results that communication experience mostly influences the processes of coding of facial expressions in boys if compared with girls.

No: 4  
Title: Integration of innovative technologies for enhancing students` motivation for their career prospects
Pages 36-47
Author(s): Olga Volobuyeva, Victoria Subbotina
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Problem Statement:
The relevance is the use of information technologies (IT) in teaching foreign language. It is caused by insufficient analysis of the problem on using IT in the educational process.
Research Questions: Analysis of Approaches and Models on Interactive Teaching
Purpose of the Study: Foreign language is an indispensable component of professional teaching for meeting the challenges associated with students` professional activities. The basic formation of necessary background knowledge is based on using didactic models and project technologies with the help of special technological tools.
Research Methods: A survey was carried out among students of the Kazakh University with the major on “Information Systems” (Bachelors of IT).
Findings: Findings of the analysis on teaching foreign language, determination of pedagogical techniques and principles, and the use of project technologies helped the authors develop an effective teaching methodology that ensures a high level of students` mastery using English in their professional communicative processes. The proposed methodology has been tested in the “Project Management” course.
Conclusions: A reproductive model of teaching a foreign language is focused on the transfer of knowledge and training practical skills in the use of the language material in terms of direct communication. Moreover, there is a certain gap between the content of foreign language instruction and the requirements of employers to the level of the language proficiency among graduates.

No: 5  
Title: Pragmalinguistic aspect of social and political texts (on the Basis of the English and Russian Languages)
Pages 48-62
Author(s): Victoria Subbotina
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Problem Statement: The study of pragmalinguistic specific features of social and political texts is an important, but scantily analysed direction in the contemporary linguistics.
Research Questions: Translation techniques of social and political texts
Purpose of the Study: The purpose is to analyse specific pragmalinguistic and translation features of social and political texts on the basis of the English and Russian languages.
Research Methods: Methods of the research are component analysis, quantitative analysis, comparative, contrastive, and translation analyses.
Findings: Research carried out shows the interconnection between semantics, syntax and pragmatics. The most important task for the translator is to transfer the pragmatics of the source text. This is characterized by the fact that the author of the target text should take into account structural specific features of the source text and pay a special attention to cultural differences.
Conclusions: Pragmalinguistic features of social and political texts were analysed in the aspect of paradigmatic and syntagmatic relations of the English and Russian languages. It is analysed that during the translation process of social and political texts a great variety of passive forms of the source language is changed into the active forms of the target language.

No: 6  
Title: Towards a profile definition of the educator in street-based sex work setting
Pages 63-73
Author(s): Marta Graça, Manuela Gonçalves
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Title of the Paper: Towards a profile definition of the educator in street-based sex work setting
Problem Statement: The advantages of outreach have been widely documented, however little research has been done about educator’s profile in sex work setting
Research Questions: What are the social skills, theoretical and practical knowledge, attitudes and beliefs that the outreach worker should have?
Purpose of the Study: This study has two major purposes: 1) to identify the characteristics of the outreach worker 2) to understand the role of training and continuous education in this context. We aim to understand the outreach staff opinions, regarding their personal professional experience: beginner, intermediate, advanced
Research Methods: This study has adopted a descriptive and analytic qualitative methodology. Data were collected from July to October 2013, through semi-structured interviews. Interviews were conducted with the 6 members of an outreach team that provide services for street-based female prostitutes, in the city of Coimbra, Portugal. We used content analysis to analyze the data and WebQDA software
Findings: Respondents identify 2 types of skills: 1) social and personal 2) theoretical and practical. In the former we find communication skills that streamline the interpersonal relationship and in second, the know-how or expertise in diverse fields of knowledge. The less experienced reveals a lack of practical and theoretical background as handicaps, which seems to interfere with self-confidence and outreach perception
Conclusions: A good agreement is generally found between the respondents, concerning the definition of the skills required. The respondents define an ideal outreach profile and argue that the professional has to have skills at the following levels: social, personal (attitudes and believes), theoretical and practical knowledge. These data support the view that more training and continuous education are required.

No: 7 
Title: Psychological features of emotional intelligence of employees of an emergency service
Pages 74-83
Author(s): Danna Naurzalina, Aliya Tolegenova, Aksaule Karabalina, Gulmira Bekeshova, Ainura Sissenova, Gulmira Zhumliev
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Problem Statement: With development of independence of sovereign Kazakhstan there was a need for state safety, preservation of integrity of borders and the sovereignty. Military aviation has became an important area.
Research Questions: The main idea of military reforms is recognition of the extreme importance of a human factor, as main guarantor of positive changes in Armed forces.
Purpose of the Study: Studying of psychological features of professional formation of the military and aviation expert main objective of this research.
Research Methods: Empirical research for 2 years captured 120 people. Research was passed from 2012 to 2014 on the basis of Military institute of Forces of air defense of Aktobe of the Republic of Kazakhstan. The complex of psychological tests directed on research of space perception, memory, temperament and personal qualities of future military pilots was used.
Findings: Perspective Taking/ Spatial Orientation Test allowed us to obtain interesting data on "mirror" perception of space. 18% of answers were given in "mirror" display, that is with turn on 180 °.The impact of extraversion on social relationships has also been investigated. Extraversion positive rely on self-esteem of future military pilots.
Conclusions: Our study showed us that the choice of a military profession isn't casual, has a psycho physiological basis: depends on temperament and cerebral hemisphere domination - in military higher education institutions sanguine persons and choleric persons with domination of the left hemisphere arrive generally.

No: 8 
Title: Moral intelligence, identity styles and adjustment in adolescent
Pages 84-94
Author(s): Marjan Aalbehbahani
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Problem Statement: Identity styles and adjustment as the criterions for predict moral intelligence in the adolescent.
Research Questions: Moral intelligence would be related positively to informational identity style, normative identity style and adjustment and adolescent with a diffuse- avoidant identity style no significant association to moral intelligence.
Purpose of the Study: This study examined the relationship between moral intelligence, adjustment and identity styles
Research Methods: The analysis of this research was performed by using person correlation and regression analysis
Findings: The regression analysis showed that the set of predictor variables accounted for significant variance in the dependent variable, moral intelligence (RS=0/593, p0/00). Results indicate that the strongest predictor of moral intelligence were adjustment (B=0/85), informational (B=0/73) and normative identity styles (B=0/87). Diffuse- avoidant identity style could not serve as a predictor of moral intelligence (B=0/13).
Conclusions: There is a significant and positive relationship between moral intelligence, adjustment, informational and normative identity style. Also, there was no significant relationship between moral intelligence and diffused- avoidant identity style. There is no relationship diffused-avoidant identity style and adjustment. 

No: 9  
Title: Cognitive style and gender differencies in spatial abilities
Pages 95-105
Author(s): Danna Naurzalina, Aigul Karimova, Marat Sarkulov, Aliya Tolegenova, Ainur Zholamanova, Bibigul Almurzayeva
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Problem Statement: Influence of cognitive styles on spatial abilities was a famous area of research. M.A. Holodnaya suggested idea about “clarity” of cognitive style features.
Research Questions: The bipolar dimension of cognitive style explains how individual is dependent on or independent from the influence of a distracting visual field.
Purpose of the Study: In our investigation we analyzed connection between FD /FI and gender in mental rotation tasks.
Research Methods: The two response variables consisted of the field dependent/independent score provided by the Group Embedded Figures Test (GEFT) and the spatial test (compass).
Findings: We analyzed 118 participants, and only 40 of them showed us typical FI and FD. A gender difference in cognitive styles wasn’t significant.
Conclusions: The important new feature of our study was the role of cognitive style in mental rotation ability. Males to spend less time and made less mistakes compare with females.

No: 10  
Title: The Principles of universal design for learning implementation in design study process
Pages 106-113
Author(s): Inguna Karlsone
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Problem Statement: Starting their studies students have different level of perception and understanding. There is a need for an instructional framework that would allow educational programming, inclusive for all students.
Research Questions: What is diversity of students learning strategies how can be facilitated student's perception ability, expression and cooperation skills?
Purpose of the Study: Objective of the current study is to investigate pedagogical possibilities to promote design students perception abilities and reasoning skills using in learning process principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) in context of student’s diversity.
Research Methods: In start up phase students were tested by Santa Barbara Sense-Of- Direction Scale, Spatial Orientation Test, The Visual-Spatial/Sequential Identifier. Evaluation of design project development was carried out by student’s involvement in discussions. Presentations of ideas expression and demonstration varied according to diversity of students skills and learning strategies. In the final stage – repeated testing.
Findings: Variety in presentation of information, tasks accomplishment, types of expression and involvement in learning process, is improving the understanding of knowledge interconnection and decision making skills.
Conclusions: In order to develop student’s spatial thinking and reasoning, as well as understanding of interconnection of knowledge and decision making skills needed for problem solving in design related tasks design study process should be organized according to guidelines and principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL).

No: 11  
Title: A brief screening for personality disorders: Clinical and one nonclinical sample
Pages 114-123
Author(s): Fleura Shkembi, Erika Melonashi, Naim Fanaj
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Problem Statement: Brief screening instruments for personality disorders could potentially have great value in community and clinical settings regarding early intervention, treatment methods and other psycho-social approaches.
Research Questions: How are sensitive and useful the known brief instruments for personality disorders in identifying cases of these disorders in the community and in clinical cases.
Purpose of the Study: Knowing the extent of certain dimensions and personality disorders in community and clinical settings based on the tools sensitivity for their screens.
Research Methods: It’s a correlational study. One purposeful community sample (N=399 299 teachers of primary and secondary schools in Prishtina and 100 students of UET in Tirana) and one clinical sample (N=41 patients of one private clinic) filled out IIP-PD-25 questionnaire (Pilkonis et al. 1996). Their choice was random. All data has been analyzed by SPSS 21 and Excel 2007.
Findings: PD index screen resulted with PD probably to definite score 29.2% of community sample vs. 43.9 % of clinical sample . Age (youngest) and residence (urban) showed significant negative correlation only for community sample. We don’t found statistically significant differences regarding levels of PD screen index based on gender and between community and clinical sample.
Conclusions: Screening with the IIP-PD-25 gives the possibility to conclude a high presence of Personality Disorders in both our samples. Personality disorders often cause problems for others and are costly to society early screening, identification and treatment is highly valued public health topic to be addressed.

No: 12  
Title: Al-Farabi's humanistic principles and "virtuous city"
Author(s): Anar Tanabayeva, Aliya Massalimova, Orazgul Mukhatova, Marzhan Alikbayeva, Zhuldyz Alikbayeva
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Problem Statement: Humanistic principles of the great scientist always attracted special attention because they are still relevant and in demand in our modern globalized world.
Research Questions: What are the basic principles of humanity?
Purpose of the Study: In our time of globalization humanistic principles should be fundamental to the people around the world, otherwise we can not solve the global problems of mankind
Research Methods: Survey methods, inductive and deductive methods, theoretical methods, theoretical analysis.
Findings: In the work of al-Farabi humanism has a special place, because human development is impossible without human values.
Conclusions: Focusing on humanistic principles of al-Farabi and their relevance. 

No: 13  
Title: Portfolio as a form of an assessment of preschool child' personal achievements
Author(s): Danna Naurzalina, Aliya Tolegenova, Svetlana Doszhanova, Venera Kubiyeva, Ryskul Izmagambetova,Bibigul Almurzayeva
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Problem Statement: Now in each preschool institution in CIS countries, and in Kazakhstan there are innovative pedagogical transformations connected with introduction of new programs and technologies.
Research Questions: In 2007-2008 academic year Aktobe regional experiment "Technology of the Portfolio as a form of an assessment of pupils’ personal achievements in the preschool organizations" has been started.
Purpose of the Study: The purpose of research was investigation expediency of application Portfolio technology in the preschool organizations. In total 90 pupils of the preschool organizations of education took part in experiment. The objects of research are children of preschool age (4-7 years).
Research Methods: The main forms of diagnostics of personal changes of children is a supervision, conversation, a subject and role-playing game, the analysis of products of activity, questionnaires and psychological tests. At selection of diagnostic tasks we proceeded from need of the accounting of features of carrying out children of preschool age.
Findings: At the beginning of the conducted research consultation "experiment in the preschool organization» we investigated teachers’ level of readiness for novelty (according to V. I. Andreyev), and also provided theoretical education. Educational work with pupils’ parents for the purpose of formation of positive relation on experiment was organized in parallel.
Conclusions: The pupil Portfolio consists of the following sections: the medical, for three years of work of experiment all postponed diseases of the child are fixed (chronic, catarrhal, etc.) frequency of child’ visit physical and anthropological data the psychological, personal and cognitive development the social the organizational. 

No: 14  
Title: Kazakh National University in the education system of Kazakhstan
Author(s): Anar Tanabayeva, Orazgul Mukhatova, Aliya Massalimova, Murat Tashenev, Azhar Akhmetzhanova, Tolkyn Mukhazhanova
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Problem Statement: Al-Farabi Kazakh National University in top Universities of the world
Research Questions: How we use international experience?
Purpose of the Study: System of education at University.
Research Methods: Pedagogical methods,testing methods, pedagogical experiments, researching and using methods.
Findings: How rational to use international experience?
Conclusions: Bologna process is important part of our educational system.

No: 15  
Title: Predictors of QOL for adults with acne: The Contribution of perceived stigma
Author(s): Johanna Liasides, Fotini-Sonia Apergi
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Problem Statement: As dermatology patients complain that their psychological distress is extensive and often overlooked, it is concerning that there is a paucity of research investigating factors associated with acne-related QOL.
Research Questions: What is the predictive capacity of perceived stigma, self-rated severity, location and previous history of acne, gender, age, relationship status and education for the QOL of adult dermatology patients?
Purpose of the Study: This study aimed to compile a preliminary list of risk factors for psychosocial distress as a result of having acne in adulthood, while specifically examining the role of an under investigated variable - perceived stigma – due to the high levels of stigmatization reported by these individuals.
Research Methods: Adults with acne (N=119 mean age: M = 26.37), recruited from private dermatology offices in Athens were administered the Feelings of Stigmatization Questionnaire (FSQ Ginsburg & Link, 1989) and Acne-Specific Quality of Life Questionnaire (Acne-QoL Allison, 1996). Multiple regression analysis was conducted in order to assess the capacity of various psychosocial and demographic variables to predict acne-related QOL.
Findings: Gender, age, history of acne, self-rated severity of acne and perceived stigma emerged as significant predictors of acne-related QOL. While perceived stigma and self-rated severity of acne represented significant predictors for all three domains of acne-related quality of life (self-perception, role-social and role-emotional), the former variable made the largest contribution to the regression model.
Conclusions: This research study provides preliminary evidence that adults who feel stigmatized are at risk for experiencing a poor quality of life as a result of having acne. Potential risk factors of secondary importance, which can aid the screening of psychological distress in these individuals, may also include one’s self-rated severity of acne, age, gender and previous history of acne.

No: 16  
Title: Research of autopersonal component of psychosocial readiness for future psychologists' professional activity


Author(s): Olga Aimaganbetova, A. Aimaganbetov, TolkunSagnaeva, Janar Nurbekova, Elena Mussikhinа, Viktoriya Shneider
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Problem Statement: Kazakhstan is one of the first countries among post-soviet countries who started to reform psychological education. But graduates of psychological departments don't see real opportunities for professional self-realization
Research Questions: It actualize the problem of quality of professional training among young psychologists and initiate interest of researchers to various aspects of development of their readiness to professional activity
Purpose of the Study: Study the main determinant defining development of readiness for professional activity among future psychologists.
Research Methods: Questionnaires: "Psychosocial potential of readiness for professional activity of the expert psychologist" "Diagnostics of professional identity of students psychologists" "An orientation on professional self-realization" "Satisfaction with the chosen profession" "Motivation of achievement of professional success" "Technique of research of temperament of the identity of students" "Technique of research of level of a psychological maturity of the personality".
Findings: The findings of the present study allowed to allocate the components of readiness of future psychologists' professional activity: psychosocial readiness for professional activity, professional identity, orientation, motivation, temperament, psychological maturity.
Conclusions: Thus, psychosocial readiness for professional activity, professional identity, an orientation on professional self-realization, professional motivation, properties of temperament and a psychological maturity are the main determinants of development of readiness for professional activity in future psychologists.

No: 17  
Title: Development of professional activity among future psychologists


Author(s): Olga Aimaganbetova, A. Aimaganbetov, Danna Naurzalina, Aksaule Karabalina, Aliya Tolegenova, Zhakhinur Ganieva
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Problem Statement: Kazakhstan is one of the first countries among post-soviet countries who started to reform psychological education. But graduates of psychological departments don't see real opportunities for professional self-realization
Research Questions: It actualize the problem of quality of professional training among young psychologists and initiate interest of researchers to various aspects of development of their readiness to professional activity
Purpose of the Study: Study the main determinant defining development of readiness for professional activity among future psychologists.
Research Methods: Questionnaires: "Psychosocial potential of readiness for professional activity of the expert psychologist" "Diagnostics of professional identity of students psychologists" "An orientation on professional self-realization" "Satisfaction with the chosen profession" "Motivation of achievement of professional success" "Technique of research of temperament of the identity of students" "Technique of research of level of a psychological maturity of the personality".
Findings: The findings of the present study allowed to allocate the components of readiness of future psychologists' professional activity: psychosocial readiness for professional activity, professional identity, orientation, motivation, temperament, psychological maturity.
Conclusions: Thus, psychosocial readiness for professional activity, professional identity, an orientation on professional self-realization, professional motivation, properties of temperament and a psychological maturity are the main determinants of development of readiness for professional activity in future psychologists.

No: 18
Title: Social and psychological study of interethnic tension in the multiethnic state

Author(s): Olga Aimaganbetova, TolkunSagnaev, Zulfiya Balgimbaeva, Zhibek Bimaganbetova, Danna Naurzalina, Aliya Tolegenova
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Problem Statement: In Republic of Kazakhstan live more than 130 ethnoses. In this regard social and psychological research of interethnic intensity represents special relevance for the multiethnic state.
Research Questions: The category of "ethnic tensions" does not contain negative and evaluative sense, it also includes the psychological states and processes, the prevalence of different constructive focus on inter-ethnic relations.
Purpose of the Study: Research objective – to study system of the social and psychological indicators defining degree of interethnic intensity. Research was conducted on the basis of the Kazakh national university of al-Farabi.
Research Methods: We used J. Finni's technique – G. U. Soldatova "Types of ethnic identity", modified by O. H. Aymaganbetova the technique of a social distance of E. Bogardus modified by L.G. Pochebut G. U. Soldatova's an express questionnaire the "Tolerance index", and also the test for identification of type and degree of aggression of L.G. Pochebut.
Findings: In research captured 100 students - representatives of the Kazakh and Uigur ethnoses. The received results of research showed that for them domination of positive ethnic identity (56% and 56,5%), the level of ethnic indifference (20% and 24%) is high, on the third position ethnoegoism (15% and 10%) is presented. The smallest expressiveness received ethnonihilism and an etnoizolyatsionalizm.
Conclusions: Thus, results of the conducted research showed existence at representatives of the Kazakh and Uigur ethnos of a positive orientation on interethnic interaction. However it is impossible to deny existence of separate manifestations of intra group favoritism at the ethnic level, and also existence of interethnic discrimination in some representations in favor of own ethnic group. 


No: 19
Title: Communicative competence of high school students


Author(s): Elmira Kalymbetova, Aktolkyn Kulsariyeva, Aliya Massalimova        
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Problem Statement: Communicative competences among high school students are the main factors of forming them as professionals. It relates with  professionally developed knowledge, communicative and organization flexibility which is highly important  
Research Questions: The level of communicative competences during special psychological training was measured before and after intervention. During the training intervention following technics were applied: Warm-up exercises,Role games,Couple character games,Group discussion
Purpose of the Study: The purpose of the present study is to investigate the psychological features of communicative competence among high school students. The issue of professional training is not the competence of only several educational centers, but the main issue in developing high quality professionals in modern Kazakhstan.
Research Methods: In the present study we used following methods:
1. B.А. Fedorishin’s questionare defining the communicative and organizational capabilities (COC)
2. The test of communicative habits (Author: L. Mikhelson translated and adopted by Y.Z. Gilbukha)
3. Diagnostic scale of communicative social competence
4. Mathematical processing of research results.
Findings:The discriptive analysis of communicative competences was made before and after the training intervention. The communicative and oratorical abilities was increased in experimental group. In experiment group the level of dependence and aggressiveness decreased, however, the acceptability of changes was not proven statistically. By the test of communicative habits it was taken place logics, attentiveness,the decreasing of level emotional stability.
Conclusions: According to the results we can conclude that communicative competence is psychological knowledge system on professional and individual tasks and objectives, oneself and others, communicative skills, communicative strategies in social cases. Being psychologist assume us to evaluate the fundamental quality,provide the communicative knowledge, skill, qualification at psychologist’s professional job. Development of communicative competence is formed on social-perceptive skills level.


No: 20  
Title: Computer modelling of cognitive processes as preventing method of addictive behaviour


Author(s): Aliya Tolegenova, Fariza Oskenbay, Elmira Kalymbetova, Nadejda Galiyeva, Anuarbek Onaybay, Danna Naurzalina
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Problem Statement: Much has been documented concerning addictive behavior in modern society, but it's still requires to explore the opportunities of computer modelling system as preventing method of addictive behavior of the person
Research Questions: Computer modelling pretend to fulfill the needs of addictive person and cope with his internal conflict which brings him to game addiction.
Purpose of the Study: One of the widespread types of addictive behavior is the game addiction. Full immersion in game creates effect of participation in a certain virtual reality. The purpose of this research is to investigate theoretical and practical aspects of game addiction, what type of psychological trauma occurs among game players.
Research Methods: In the present study we used content analysis and method of semantic analysis of cognitive constructs to search for the opportunities of computer modelling as preventing method in work with game addictive persons.
Findings: The findings of present study shows that virtual reality environment can be a training field of learning to cope with psychological trauma and stressful situations which causes the addictive behavior of the gamer.
Conclusions: As a result of content analysis we can conclude that the virtual reality of the addictive person recreates the stressful and traumatic situations, where the gamer can fulfill his needs and finish unfinished psychological issues. The collected data allow us to make recommendations to create special psychological game for addictive persons with the purpose of successful copyingwith traumatic events.

No: 21
Title: The continuity in the evaluation of educational results in the school-university system


Author(s): Olga Aimaganbetova, Shunkeyeva Orynkul, Almurzayeva Bibigul
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Problem Statement: The scientific-research article represents a transformation chronology of the evaluation system in the framework of credit tuition technology in Kazakhstan universities, and in K. Zhubanov ARSU, in particularly.
Research Questions: Kazakhstan scholars developed a scored transformation scale on the basis of scientific principles in the multidirectional analysis and the search of most suitable implementation form of control and evaluation.
Purpose of the Study: The scientific-research work on projecting and implementation of rating system in study-educational process is being done in Kazakhstan. Thus, the aim of the experiment is the implementation of score-rating evaluation system on the basis of person-oriented study.
Research Methods: At the beginning of the experiment a questionnaire of organization-methodical character was conducted after explanation of the experiment essence to the students and their parents.
Findings: The horizontal comparison with school system allowed us to represent results of the experimental research on the implementation of score-rating evaluation technology’s elements for schools. The experiment results show the changes in the cognitive sphere of the students, as well as in the personal conversions.
Conclusions: The rating system allows to take into account most factors of the study process. It is designed for the perfection of the study process and put high demands to the student and the teacher. The experiment results showed multi score system positively influence to the students’ progress. This system has strong motivating factor.

No: 22
Title: Emotional intelligence as educational resource for parents
Author(s): Aliya Tolegenova, Shugyla Duanayeva, Danna Naurzalina, Baidlayeva Akmaral, Laura Baimoldina, Aksaule Karabalina
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Problem Statement: EI plays a major role in the most widespread types of coping strategy which helps to reduce a stress. The employees of emergency work in condition of high anxiety.
Research Questions: We investigate psychological aspects of EI and coping strategies in emergency employees everyday work.
Purpose of the Study: Emergency work is considered to be one of the most demanding occupations with significant social, physical and psychological consequences for the well-being of the emergency worker. Purpose of study is an investigation of emotional intelligence and coping strategies in emergency situations emergency employees.
Research Methods: In our study, we used the following methods: The Big Five personality test, TMMS (TraitMeta-MoodScale) questionnaire of Emotional Intelligence, "Ways of coping" questionnaire (Folkman & Lazarus). The statistical analysis is conducted with the aid of the SPSS program.
Findings: Research showed us a significant difference in coping strategies. Emergency employers tend to prefer social copping such as seeking of social support from others. Around 78.4% of participants tend to use maladaptive behavior strategies include dissociation, denial and escape. Attention on emotion (EI) has a significant level of positive correlation (r_xy=0,688**) with coping strategy denial and escape.
Conclusions: Results of the statistical analysis allowed to establish that indicators of emotional intelligence are usually positive correlated with a choice of productive coping-strategy: "positive revaluation", "self-control", "planning of a solution" and negative connected with a number of unproductive coping-strategy: "confrontation", "flight avoiding".