the article deals with the interaction of people from different cultures, especially in a situation of increasing migration. Most surveyed immigrants can be described as people who attempt lifestyle changes, including its temporal dimension by spatial movement without changing the semantic content of the picture of the world that can be seen as a global factor, complicating the process of adaptation to the new place of residence.
the concept of terrorism today is a very diverse phenomenon. Modern terrorism has recently acquired features of a global problem that requires close attention of the international community. It is well known that any society facing this problem will eventually change its attitude to this phenomenon. The article has discussed the questions concerning the formation of the attitude to terrorism and revealed empirical indicators of male and female attitude to terrorism. The results of the study allow to predict people's reactions to this negative phenomenon.
as any other attitude, the attitude towards diseases is individual, selective and conscious. Any disease not only affects the mental processes, states and psychological properties inherent in a premorbid personality, but also leads to the emergence of such a ‘psychological neoplasm’ as an attitude towards the disease which is involved in the regulation of the patient’s mental activity and behavior to varying degrees. The article discusses research data on the attitude towards the disease in cases where a somatic disease is combined with hypochondria disorder.