Cognitive training as a method of developing cognitive functions in young athletes
The relevance of the study is determined by the importance of cognitive functions for high performance in sports. Cognitive training is one of the ways to develop cognitive functions. The study shows a positive influence of the method proposed on the state of cognitive functions in young athletes in the recovery period of the training cycle. The results obtained can significantly ...
Ergonomics and the translation process
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Development of musical hearing during education at different musical departments
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Introduction of Competence Approach and Optimization of Education Process in Professional Education Manager Training
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The “personal-social” antinomy as a mechanism for analysing and assessing pedagogical studies on developing cognitive interests in cadets
Using the “personal-social” antinomy, the author analyses the results of a historical and pedagogical reconstruction of the 1960s— 80s theoretical and practical studies on the development of cognitive interests in cadets within the training process at military schools. The analysis helps to identify the conditions for critical and creative application of these results in humanising the system of military education in modern Russia.
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Operational thinking in the structure of the diagnostic thinking of a modern teacher-psychologist
... various mental operations in the structure of diagnostic search carried out by a teacher-psychologist. The article explores cognitive operations used by a teacher-psychologist within the framework of a diagnostic algorithm. These operations are differentiated ... ... diagnosable, the ability to analyze their diagnostic errors and ideas about categorical models of typical diagnostic errors. Special training in diagnostic thinking, in particular, the development of mental operations, which are necessary for teachers-psychologists ...
The ‘training’ concept in Russian military discourse of the 19th century
The author emphasises the high frequency of the use of ‘training’ concept in the linguistic world image of the 19th century and analyses the representative of the concept in the linguistic usage of military sublanguage of the 19th century. The article offers a cognitive description of linguistic factors in the framework of diachronic communication.
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On the less obvious manifestations of the poetic function: a translator’s view
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On some aspects of psychological assistance on Instagram
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Traditional instructional media in British higher education: the analysis of effects of application
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The pedagogical aspect of irrational borrower behaviour
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Readiness for mediation among the students with the degree in Humanities: a structural-functional model
... the world. The author shows the differences in the interpretation of readiness for activity as well as in the requirements for training mediators in Russia, the United Kingdom and the USA. The researcher states the need for a humanist outlook and the ability ... ... readiness for mediation as a universal competence. The structure of this competence includes emotional-evaluative, conative, cognitive components and mediation practice.
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Textual, moral and psychological voices of translation
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