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      Characteristics of social-psychological competence development of forensic psychologist

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          In this article, based on the research conducted to determine the manifestation of socio-psychological competence factors in the activity of a forensic psychologist in the conditions of Uzbekistan and to study their proportional development with professional competence, the formation of competencies based on the socio-psychological competence of a forensic psychologist in the process of activity is cognitive, the mutual proportional development of emotional and behavioral factors depends on individual and differential differences in ensuring the effectiveness of the activity, the boundaries of the emotional experience of the forensic psychologist in ensuring the quality of forensic psychological examinations, understanding one’s own emotions and intellectual management, professional due to the need for emotion in the manifestation of creative impulses and intuitions in the process of activity, the development of the emotional intelligence of a forensic psychologist in relation to the criteria of socio-psychological competence, communicative competence in the development of socio-psychological competence of a forensic psychologist, socio-psychological knowledge of forensic psychological expertise.

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              Journal
              BIO Web of Conferences
              BIO Web Conf.
              EDP Sciences
              2117-4458
              2024
              January 05 2024
              2024
              : 84
              : 04024
              Article
              10.1051/bioconf/20248404024
              5d3f0120-169e-4334-91f1-9be595f83b3d
              © 2024

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