Формирование положительной самооценки студентов ВУЗа через респондентное обусловливание
The purpose of this work was to elucidate the possibility of modifying implicit self-esteem. Self-esteem Conditioning Task was used as a self-esteem conditioning modifier, an implicit association test (IAT) was used to evaluate implicit self-esteem, and Rosenberg’s self-esteem questionnaire and a self-assessment questionnaire were used to assess the self-assessment. In the course of this study, a significant difference was found between the levels of implicit self-esteem in the experimental and control groups, which confirms our hypothesis about the possibility of modifying implicit self-esteem by means of respondent conditioning. These data support the theories according to which, implicit self-esteem is not a stable constructor that can be formed only once per lifetime and has since remained unchanged. Modifying an implicit self-assessment is indeed a difficult task, but there are methods that can do this, including the Self-Esteem Condition Task.