Prosocial Stress Resistance Trends of Ukrainian Students Under the Martial Law

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Authors: Zhanna Virna, Alla Lazko & Konstantin Volkov

To cite this article: Virna, Z., Lazko, A. & Volkov, K. (2024) Prosocial Stress Resistance Trends of Ukrainian Students Under the Martial Law, Youth Voice Journal, ISSN (online): 2056-2969

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Abstract

Background: The study of the relationship between prosocial behavior and stress resistance of student youth substantiates the work of motivational and mental resources of the individual in overcoming the stressful situation of the war in Ukraine.  

Purpose: Clarification of the prosocial content of stress resistance of future nurses during the war in Ukraine. 

Design/Methodology/Approach: The authors theoretically substantiate the prosocial aspect of the professional activity of future nurses as their deontological competence; use a set of psychodiagnostic techniques and methods of mathematical processing of results to build an empirical model for studying the prosocial determination of stress resistance on a sample of students of the Volyn Medical Institute (Lutsk, Ukraine).

Findings: By  means of empirical explication of the relationship between signs of overcoming stress, basic mental states and the content of prosocial behavior, an empirical  model for studying the prosocial determination of stress resistance of future nurses is proposed; The forms of stress resistance of future nurses are specified – active-balanced, passive-accumulative and compensatory, which are functional attributes of the deontological requirements of their future professional activity.  

Practical implications: The obtained results can be used in monitoring sections of the study of post-war psychological recovery and professional suitability of future nurses.

Conclusions: Theoretical and empirical constructs of studying the problem can be successfully used for students of other specialties. 

Keywords: stress resistance, prosocial behavior, coping strategies, mental state, future nurses. 

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