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PSYCHOLOGICAL COMPETENCE AND PERSONAL QUALITIES OF THE INVESTIGATOR
IN THE CONTEXT OF THE PROBLEM OF PSYCHOLOGICAL SAFETY

M. A. Amelina, T.H. Nevstruyeva



         Amelina Maria Aleksandrovna – Postgraduate student of the Department of General, Legal and Engineering Psychology at Far East State Transportation University (Khabarovsk).

E-mail: amelmary@bk.ru


         Nevstruyeva Tamara Hasyamovna – Doctor of Science (Psychology), Professor of Far Eastern State University of Humanities (Khabarovsk).

E-mail: tamaranevst@mail.ru


Annotation

The article discusses the problems related to the psychological competence and formation of professionally important personal qualities of the investigator which are viewed as an important aspect of psychological safety in the situations of psychological impact and pressure in the conditions of inquiry. It describes the results of empirical research of subjective aspects of an assessment carried out by investigators both of themselves and those ideas which are shared by civil citizens regarding the law enforcers. Certain distinctions in these estimates have been revealed; the latter can be explained in the context of trust (of the lack of thereof) towards the identity of the investigator which is believed to be an important factor of psychological safety of the interrogation.

        Key words: professionally important personal qualities, psychological competence, professional activity of the investigator, professional selection, psychosemantic analysis, personal differential.


 
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