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The article features the content characteristics of self-reliance in adolescent students in conjunction with such personality parameters as adaptability and behavior strategies. The research objective was to identify, substantiate, and interpret specific manifestations of psychological space integrity in order to improve academic environment. The article describes the content of the self-reliance phenomenon and introduces the results of a study of how various academic environments affect its development, e.g., in boarding-school students. The experiment involved 46 comprehensive school students aged 16–17 and covered the dependence of self-reliance on gender factor and personality. The results can help improve the organization of academic space environment.

self-reliance, academic space, teenage students, boundaries of psychological space, autonomy, self-reliance mechanisms, adaptability, locus of control, gender differences
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