Влияние стрессовых факторов на эффективность прохождения ситуации оценивания сотрудниками с различным уровнем креативности
The skills of non-standard thinking and creativity play an important role in stress- ful situations. We hypothesized that stress factors influence the effectiveness of pass- ing the assessment by employees: high level of creativity increases the effectiveness of task execution. We conducted the experiment and used J. Guilford’s technique and tasks on creativity thinking, created by T. Lubart and G. Altshuller. The sample con- sisted of 200 examinees (92 females and 108 males), employees of different organiza- tions (age — from 23 to 60). The results show that time limitation as a stressful factor decreases the effectiveness of passing the assessment by employees with both low and high levels of creativity (p£0,01). Work in a pair does not influence the effectiveness of passing the assessment regardless of the level of creativity (p³0,05). Multitasking is stressful for employees with a low level of creativity (p£0,01). The results of our research can be taken as principles of psychological trainings for development of em ployees’ stress-resistance.
The article describes the multilingualism of the austrian writer V. Vertlib as the source of his literary creativity.
Since the first works on Higher Education Administration in the 1970s no comprehensive work in terms of purpose and scope of Higher Education has been published. There have been important changes in people’s aspirations vis-à-vis higher education globally. In parallel, the higher education systems, worldwide, have been undergoing constant transformation in response to these aspirations. From governments, employers and prospective students and their parents, the stakeholders in higher education system are now extremely varied paying close attention to the various aspects of higher education - from infrastructure, on-campus safety and security to administration, faculty and curricula. The present series attempts to take into account the issues of importance to all the stakeholders. Hence the series not only pays attention to the purpose and outcomes of higher education but also the economics surrounding higher education vis a vis marketization. The nitty gritty of running and maintaining a university infrastructure, impact of globalization and internationalization on delivery and demand of higher education, the commoditization of research, and changing paradigms of teaching and learning fall within the purview of the series. The increasing competition from other entities to provide degrees, certificates or other forms of credentials makes it important to have a work that brings all of the elements together to see how they actually interact and inter-relate from a systems perspective. The present series attempts to comprehensively attend to these issues and provide a complete reference resource to all those involved and interested in setting up of a Higher Education institution and its administration.
The textbook includes texts and tests for preparing and assessing the knowledge of equally school chilldren and students in writing
grammar tests on Russian Grammar.
The book describes theinterdependent relations between the multilingualism and literary creativity.