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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Ekaterina Rogatina
Relationship Between Persistence and the Dynamics of Interest Dealing with Deliberately Created Difficulties
Psychology
(Bachelor’s programme)
2016
The study of deliberately created difficulties creates specificity studies of personality traits, properties and processes. The situation is difficult if the person tends to solve it, there is a need to use the features of perseverance. This work poses a problem solving function of interest in the situation created intentionally to overcome difficulties. On the one hand a number of theories argues that there is interest in this situation (K. Lewin solution L. Festinger cognitive dissonance, unconditional positive acceptance by E. Meadows, information theory of emotions Simonov, an act by SL Rubinstein, etc.) through an act of volition, reflection and perseverance, while others argue that in a situation of difficulty has no possible interest to appear due to the environment restrictions (the tendency of self-actualization Rogers, self-determination theory of Deci and Richard E. Ryan, and so on) without the aid of different types of persistence.

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