The Results of Forming the Ability to Handle Stress of Sportsmen Working for a Security Company Using Context-Based Imagery Auto-Training
S. B. Pashkin, S. V. Goncharenko
The results of the empirical study of forming the ability to cope with stress of security company officers being former sportsmen using authorial technique of context-based imagery auto-training are presented. The results show that security officers who received special training have internal locus of control. They place responsibility for everything happening to them on themselves more than those from the control group. Typical behavior for them is cooperation and avoidance. They tend to use such forms of aggression as annoyance and soreness and are less inclined to overt aggression in interpersonal relations. They are more consciously attentive to other people’s feelings, meaning that they have high level of empathy. These employees cope with stress better.
ability to handle stress, special training, context-based imagery training, psychological self-adjustment technique