Risk-Taking as a Psychological Readiness to Overcome Obstacles among Employees of Operational Units in Conditions of Opposition

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  • Karimov Jasur Bakhriddin ogli Senior Lecturer at the Law Enforcement Academy of the Republic of Uzbekistan

Keywords:

Risk psychology, risk propensity, psychological readiness, motivation, conflict, frustration, volitional qualities of personality, extreme nature of activity, and type of behavior

Abstract

This article is devoted to the study of risk propensity of future operational police officers as a psychological readiness to overcome obstacles in the face of resistance. The interrelation of risk propensity with the level of motivation and type of behavior in conflict situations is presented. The propensity to risk is considered as a determinant of psychological readiness to overcome negative conditions and circumstances, confrontation and opposition.

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Published

2024-01-22

How to Cite

Karimov Jasur Bakhriddin ogli. (2024). Risk-Taking as a Psychological Readiness to Overcome Obstacles among Employees of Operational Units in Conditions of Opposition. European Multidisciplinary Journal of Modern Science, 26(1), 29–32. Retrieved from https://emjms.academicjournal.io/index.php/emjms/article/view/1099

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