Mental States Peculiarities of Students Proclivity for Drug Addiction

Elena A. Cheverikina, Igor O. Vasyukhno, Faniya Z. Siafetdinova, Ekaterina V. Mokeyeva, Venera Sh. Yusupova, Lucia F. Chukmarova, Vasily P. Kovalev

Abstract


Tendency to drug addiction has an adverse effect on success of socialization and personal and professional students’ formation. There is a risk of proclivity development for addiction, for a disease that can lead to full degradation of the personality. One of the reasons of drug addiction is students’ being unable to manage their mental states. The features of mental students’ conditions of drug addictionproclivity, the features of their dominating states and a relief of mental states were studied in the research in order to learn the statistical analysis of distinction of reliability of average values. So the correlation analysis was carried out. Data were processed by the program of statistical data processing of SPSS 22.0. It is established that expressiveness of all mental states among students with high tendency to drug addiction is weaker, though negative states are expressed more strongly. Tendency to drug addiction among students is caused by stronger expressiveness of the mental states connected with experiences, and by weaker expressiveness of the mental states connected with physiological reactions. The data obtained during research will allow the correcting of the psychology and pedagogical programs directed at level tendency decrease to drug addiction among students taking into account the features of their mental states.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n2s3p9


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