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Conceptual Model of Multi Professionalism: Empirical Validation

Student: Mariya Meteleva

Supervisor: Alexander Eliseenko

Faculty: Faculty of Social Sciences

Educational Programme: Applied Social Psychology (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2019

This paper proposes a theoretical model for a new phenomenon in psychological science - multiprofessionalism. Previously, this phenomenon was mentioned only in specific studies in the field of medicine and education. However, to date, the phenomenon of multiprofessionalism has not been studied from a psychological point of view. We propose to clarify whether multiprofessionals are different from narrow specialists in personality traits and styles of thinking, as well as, within the framework of our theoretical model of types of multiprofessionals, compare and find differences between them. The results of this study showed that there are significant differences in the styles of thinking of multiprofessionals, but the assumption of differences in personality traits has not been confirmed. The theoretical model of the typology of multiprofessionalism is presented as a perspective topic for further research.

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