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V. P. Sheinov, ON THE RELATION BETWEEN THE MINDSET TYPES IN LECTURERS AND STUDENTS AND THEIR PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS

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ON THE RELATION BETWEEN THE MINDSET TYPES IN LECTURERS AND STUDENTS AND THEIR PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS

V. P.  Sheinov,

  Republican Institute of Higher Education,

Minsk, Belarus

 
             The article describes the relation between the mindset types in lecturers and students and a list of their personal characteristics such as an assertiveness, a vulnerability to manipulation, a sociability, a self-confidence, a passiveness, a focus on imagination, a spontaneity and caution. It also establishes the statistically proven gender differences and preferences.           

Key words: mindset types; personal characteristics; assertiveness; vulnerability to manipulation; lecturers; students; gender differences.

For citation:

Sheinov V. P. On the relation between the mindset types in lecturers and students and their personal characteristics // Systems psychology and sociology. 2017. № 3 (23). P.

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