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Psychological Features Of Experiences Of Frustration Situations In Youth Age

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ariia Vovk, Olga Emishyants, Oleksandr Zelenko, Nataliia Maksymova, Olga Drobot, Liana Onufriieva



frustration, youth, adolescence, frustration tolerance, crisis.



The main goal of this study was to identify psychological features of frustration situations in youth age. The research was conducted under the among students of various institutes aged 17 to 23 years, full-time students in the first and fourth courses in various professional orientations. It was found that about half of Experimental Group 1 (48% of respondents) and a third of Experimental Group 2 respondents (35%) identify as the most significant in their lives frustration situations that are related to the satisfaction of social needs. There is a striking difference in the levels of frustration between first-year and fourth-year students: first-year students experience greater frustration. With the increase in the level of frustration, there is a noticeable increase in the feeling of loneliness among the respondents of both experimental groups. For students of both experimental groups in frustrated situations are more characterized by increased fixation on the frustration situations themselves. It was found that with a decrease in the level of frustration tolerance, the level of frustration of a person increases and vice versa. The results of the study suggest that the psychological consequences, level and breadth of the manifestations of experiences of frustration situations are closely related to the level of frustration tolerance.



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