Теоретичний аналіз можливостей залучення тварин до соціально-психологічного супроводу людей похилого віку в умовах пансіонату

Автор(и)

  • Ian Petinov аспірант Інституту соціальної та політичної психології НАПН України

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.18523/2617-2348.2020.3.42-49

Ключові слова:

людино-тваринна взаємодія, особи похилого віку, заклади інтернатного типу, пансіонат, соціально-психологічний супровід

Анотація

У статті розглянуто теоретичні засади залучення тварин до соціально-психологічного супроводу людей похилого віку в закладах інтернатного типу. Проаналізовано основні теорії, які пояснюють вплив методу людино-тваринної взаємодії на емоційний стан людей, та можливість залучати тварин до різних форм соціально-психологічної роботи. Опрацьовано останні дослідження щодо залучення тварин до навчальної та терапевтичної роботи з особами похилого віку в закладах інтернатного типу. Зроблено висновок, що серед проаналізованих теорій, які пояснюють вплив людино-тваринної взаємодії на емоційний стан людей, найбільш обґрунтованою є фізіологічна теорія, згідно з якою мозок людини під час такої взаємодії виділяє низку нейромедіаторів, які породжують приємні емоційні переживання.

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