Position: Senior Researcher, Department of Psychology of Management and Service Activities, South Ural State University (Chelyabinsk), Dr.Sci. (Psychol.), Professor

Specialty: Psychology of Safety and Life Activity; Social Psychology

ORCID ID: 0000-0002-0804-6148

Scopus ID: 57219331935

Russian Science Citation Index ID: 252963

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Research interests: General pedagogy, history of pedagogy, theory and methodology of training and education, correctional pedagogy, methodology and technology of professional education, psychodiagnosis, general psychology, age, educational, correctional, family, theory and practice of psychosexual counseling, special (correctional), security psychology, social psychology, gender studies in social psychology, social and psychological aspects of team leadership, psychology of performance

Contribution:  Author and co-author of 16 monographs, 13 textbooks, 18 manuals, 344 scientific articles. Expert of the Federal Educational-Methodological Association for Psychology. Leading scientist who develops questions of pedagogy and psychology, special psychology and correctional pedagogy, management and organizational consulting, psychological support of personnel management, psychology of a difficult life situation as a factor of social and psychological disadaptation of a person, etc. Theoretical research served as the basis for creating a system of psychological assistance to the population living in environmentally disadvantaged areas. The results of the research were implemented and used in the development of federal laws. For the first time the classification of the basic socio-psychological types of manifestation of “actual ecological consciousness” at the population of the Ural region, constantly living on ecologically adverse territories is developed. The author of the program of research of mentality of the person in the conditions of work at the enterprises with a high level of risk of technogenic catastrophe.

Additional information: Psychological assistance to people who participated in the liquidation of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant and participants in hostilities in Afghanistan and Chechnya (1995); psychological counseling to athletes and victims of extreme accidents.