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Psychology and Law - №2 / 2022
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Psychology and Law

Publisher: Moscow State University of Psychology and Education

ISSN (online): 2222-5196

DOI: https://doi.org/10.17759/psylaw

License: CC BY-NC 4.0

Published since 2011

Published quarterly

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Psychology and Law  |  Columns

Psychology of Professional Activity

Juridical Psychology  |  Borodina T.I., Noss I.N.

Experimental study of the personal and professional specifications in the diagnosis of characteristic features of state employees

Juridical Psychology  |  Kubyshko V.L., Kruk V.M., Noss I.N., Borodina T.I.

Experimental validation of the model approach in professional psychological selection of law enforcement officers

Juridical Psychology  |  Moscovskaya M.S., Kotelnikova D.A., Dubinsky A.A.

Features of the regulation of the activity among interrogators (clinical and psychological, neuropsychological and gender aspects)

Juridical Psychology  |  Kuznetsova O.V.

Gender characteristics of legal conscience in internal affairs agencies staff

Juridical Psychology  |  Moscovskaya M.S.

Gender differences in perception of stress among interrogators

Juridical Psychology  |  Konev A.N., Pavlichenko N.V., Ulyanina O.A.

Implementation of an integrated approach to training scientific and pedagogical staff at the Academy of management of the Ministry of internal Affairs of Russia

Juridical Psychology  |  Lyutykh V.A., Konopleva I.N.

Individual psychological features of law enforcement officers convicted of crimes

Kubyshko V.L., Kruk V.M., Vakhnina V.V., Fedotov A.Yu.

Integration of psychological and information technologies within the framework of the method of situational-shaped modeling of problem situations of specialists of power structures

Kovalchuk I.A., Sochivko D.V.

Intellectual-personal potential of future specialists of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia, at the stage of primary training to service and training

Borisova D.P., Dvoryanchikov N.V.

Interdependence of Emotional Burnout Syndrome and Deviant Behaviour among Employees of Penal System

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