Article accepted for print: 20.12.2020
In the article is described students’ representations about health and illness, the presences of risk factors to own health, the ability to manage them, and the need for preventive maintenance. Conclusions are made about the possibility of identifying potential risk groups of students based on their awareness in the field of health care for further developing specialized psychological and pedagogical programs for each group.
health, risk groups, risk factors, mindfullness, prevention, inner picture of the disease.
This article is available only in the Russian language
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