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Khodak V.N. Role and significance of reflexive-prognostic competence in cinologist-figurant

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2020.12.p291-294
 
Role and significance of reflexive-prognostic competence in cinologist-figurant
Valentin Nikolaevich Khodak, the senior teacher, Perm Military Institute of the Forces of the National Guard of the Russian Federation

Abstract
The article deals with the preparation of a cynologist-figurant for actions in extreme conditions that occur after dog bites into unprotected parts of his body. Special attention is paid to the fact that extreme situations are concomitant factor in his work. Their characteristic feature is their transience and impossibility of repetition. Each model of behavior of the dog handler-figurant, as a manifestation of a response to the pain from a dog bite, entails inevitable consequences.
Keywords: reflexive-prognostic competence, dog handler-figurant, extreme situations, training, behavior model.
 
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Article arrived in edition 02.12.2020
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