Self-Reflection Control of Mental States During Academic Activity
AbstractThe article is devoted to the patterns of self-reflection's influence upon the mental states graded according to various criteria: modality, duration, sign, and level of arousal. It has been fixed that the influence of self-reflection upon the mental states was mediated by the cognitive and controlling components of self-reflection, and also connected both to the academic activity types (a lecture, seminar, exam) and students' field of study.
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