The Problem of Burnout Syndrome in Official Professiography: Regulation of Emotional and Professional Stress
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- burnout syndrome, coping behavior, regulation of stress, occupational psychodiagnostics, decision making, cognition, emotion, ministry of internal affairs, ministry of emergency situations
The article is devoted to the problem of burnout syndrome in occupational studies. The goal is to compare the coping models of professional and emotional stress among officers of the internal service of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Ministry of Emergency Situations. Our empirical study relies on the professiographic methods of psychodiagnostics, which are used to test our hypothesis about the existing differences in protective mechanisms for coping professional and emotional stress. The research results obtained by us show intergroup similarities and differences. Mathematical models point to two types of coping strategies: affective and cognitive. The similarities in affective coping strategies relate to the protective mechanism of depersonalization (personal detachment) under emotional stress. The similarity in the cognitive coping strategy is related to the strength and stability of the achievement motive under conditions of professional stress. The difference concerns the mechanisms of emotional control (to act, not to react) and the deprivation of emotions (not to react, to act) in decision making. Burnout is based on emotional rather than occupational stress.
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TY - CONF AU - N Yanova AU - A Vorontsov AU - N Ankudinova PY - 2020/01 DA - 2020/01 TI - The Problem of Burnout Syndrome in Official Professiography: Regulation of Emotional and Professional Stress BT - Proceedings of the International Scientific and Practical Conference on Education, Health and Human Wellbeing (ICEDER 2019) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 264 EP - 269 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/iceder-19.2020.56 DO - 10.2991/iceder-19.2020.56 ID - Yanova2020/01 ER -