Work and personality. Workaholism, perfectionism, lazin

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Work and personality. Workaholism, perfectionism, lazin

New Book Wizard psychology professor EP Ilyina covers a wide range of topical issues, including the relationship of modern humans to work, the psychological effects of job loss, personality traits, and selection of the type of activity, professional deformation of the person, psychology professional addiction, workaholism, laziness and a tendency to laziness, and many others. At the end of the book lists useful methods and a detailed bibliography. The publication is intended for psychologists, educators, sociologists, representatives of related disciplines, as well as students of university faculties relevant profiles.

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At a time when the welfare authority, the importance of social and human careers often depend on his business skills and abilities to solve certain tasks better and faster than the other, more and more people are considering the work of one of the most important areas of your life. And it can not be called a bad trend. Work promotes human development as a person, it increases self-esteem, gives him the opportunity samoaktualizirovatsya. An important F Ktorov is interpersonal communication, establishing friendly relations
with colleagues. However, when properly organized operation may have a hundred IU and negative aspects, such as professional deformation of the person, work addiction. Some people in the effort to realize themselves through career becomes dependent on the work when it becomes important not to re working result (high wages, promotions and so on. P.), And the
process as an obsession.


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