ARPHA Proceedings 1: 1443-1450, doi: 10.3897/ap.1.e1370
The Interaction of Reflection, Regulatory Abilities and Mental States in the Educational Activities of Students
expand article infoA. O. Prokhorov, Albert V. Chernov, Mark G. Yusupov
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The article is devoted to the study of reflective regulation of mental states. Students of the Kazan Federal University of various specialties at the age of 18-20 years participated in this study, in total – 93 people. Various methods of diagnosing reflection, regulatory abilities and mental states of a person were used. The state of optimal intensity is typical for students with medium reflection and high level of self-control, as well as for "low-reflective" students with average self-control indicators. At the same time, the least intense states (depression, sadness) are characteristics of "highly reflective" students in combination with a low level of self-control. Intensity of students’ states with low and medium level of ability to plan does not change in the continuum from low to high reflection, in contrast to students with high abilities. The specificity of the relationship between metastrategies and the reflective regulation of states is revealed, which consists in the fact that each metastrategy is characterized by a particular influence on the reflective regulation of states.
mental state, reflection, regulatory ability, learning activity.