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Development of a Professional’s Personality in Professional Psychological Training 1375
Moroz L.I., professor at the Applied psychology chair of the Kiev National University of Internal Affairs
Professional psychological training is regarded as learning and developing technology that provides actuality of the knowledge gained and facilitate transformation of qualities into personal traits through reconstruction of professional activity. The article outlines the results of theoretical analysis of approaches to projecting of training as a means for development of the subject of professional activity. Group form of training is profoundly significant for personality formation because it creates collective zone of proximal development when another person is a partner, an opponent, an example. As a result, a person realizes his/her difference from the others, receives feedback, material for reflection of collectively elaborated tools for solving professional tasks and the available competences for solving them.
Keywords: professional psychological training, learning and developing technology, subject of professional activity, operational structure of activity, modeling of training tasks.