Communicative Means of Psychological Support for University Lecturers’ Professional Self-Fulfilment

Keywords: psychological support, regression analysis, communicative factors of professional self-fulfilment, communicative means, communicative training, university lecturer.

Abstract

The abstract presents the results revealing with performed regression analysis of the determinants of university lecturers’ professional self-fulfilment. The research has shown that communicative factors are placed among the clearest predictors of achievement by university lecturers of high self-fulfilment in their profession. It is found out that the most significant factor in achieving of high level professional self-fulfilment (general, internal and external) by these specialists is the «creativity in professional communications» predictor. The main directions, communicative means and forms of self-fulfilment psychological support are outlined on the result basis.

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2020-12-25
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Korniyaka, O. (2020). Communicative Means of Psychological Support for University Lecturers’ Professional Self-Fulfilment. Psycholinguistics in a Modern World, 15, 132-136. https://doi.org/10.31470/10.31470/2706-7904-2020-15-132-136