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Shakirov M.R., Boldov A.S., Gusev A.V., Ilkevich K.B. Specificity of psychological training of future specialists of adaptive physical education

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2021.3.p555-559
 
Specificity of psychological training of future specialists of adaptive physical education
Marat Rinatovich Shakirov, the teacher, Alexander Sergeevich Boldov, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer, Alexey Vitalievich Gusev, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer, department chair, Konstantin Borisovich Ilkevich, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer, Moscow State University of Psychology and Education

Abstract
This article discusses the main aspects of psychological training of future specialists in adaptive physical culture, it studies the main definitions and gives the relevance of the topic, which consists in the greater use of practical communication trainings, it identifies the need for in-depth psychological training of future specialists, identifying the specificity of psychological training. The article lists the main skills that a future specialist should possess, and it also highlights the most effective methods for the formation of the specific communication skills. This article will be useful for the teaching staff of higher educational institutions, engaged in the preparation of future specialists in adaptive physical culture, for the future specialists themselves, as well as for scientific and pedagogical workers dealing with this topic.
Keywords: adaptive physical culture, specialist, disabilities, psychological training, pedagogy.

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Article arrived in edition 18.03.2021
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