Motivation for success and motivation to avoid failure as a factor in the formation of professional subjectivity of future police officers on an adaptive basis
Abstract. The article highlights the importance of the formation of professional subjectivity in cadets as future police officers for the effective performance of official duties, especially in extreme situations. The notions of "subjectivity" and "professional subjectivity" of police officers are revealed, the qualities of personality that should be inherent in a police officer as a specialist, which has formed a professional subjectivity, and which determine his attitude to himself as a subject. special professional activity, to the profession, to citizens, to results of the activity. Such qualities include value motivation, activity, ability to reflect and self-reflection, conscious modality and variability, which characterize the ability to consciously choose the means of activity and purposefully determine and regulate their own behavior, communication and activities depending on the circumstances. It is noted that the professional subjectivity of an officer is his integral professionally significant quality, which, like any other quality of personality, is formed in the process of relevant activities. Thus, the cadet's subjectivity is the result of his educational, cognitive and professional activities. It is also noted that the period from 18 to 22 years is the age when the development of social and professional qualities of the individual is most intense. Therefore, in higher education institutions, it is advisable to specifically create favorable conditions for the formation and manifestation of professional subjectivity as a professionally significant quality of personality. This is evidenced by the results of the study, which showed that the special organization of the educational process, in particular, training and practical classes with elements of professional subjectivity training increases the number of cadets who are motivated to succeed, who are more interested in solving job tasks. and the number of cadets who are dominated by the motive of avoiding failures decreases. Thus, the formation of the motivational sphere of future police officers contributes to the formation of their professional subjectivity and a more rational attitude to the performance of official duties.
Keywords: subjectivity, professional subjectivity of police officers, motivation to succeed, motivation to avoid failure.