Features of Perception of Interpersonal Interaction Situations

  • E. V. Savchenko Lesya Ukrainka Eastern European National University
Keywords: categorial structure situation interpersonal interaction

Abstract

The author identifies generalized factors assessing the situations of interpersonal interaction. The categorial structure of subjects reconstruction, which determines the perception and analysis of situations connected with the students’ educational process is considered in the article.

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Published
2019-04-03
How to Cite
Savchenko, E. (2019). Features of Perception of Interpersonal Interaction Situations. Psychological Prospects Journal, (20), 212 - 220. Retrieved from https://psychoprospects.eenu.edu.ua/index.php/psychoprospects/article/view/465
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