Major Features of Language Adaptation as a Sign of a Stable Psychological Conditions

Keywords: mental health, psychological state, adoptation, language


In the context of the Crimea annexation and military actions in the East of Ukraine, increasing the number of first-year students of Lviv Polytechnic coming from bilingual or Russian-speaking families has become a trend. There is a need for research to analyze the psychological state of the student adjusting to the Ukrainian language environment.


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How to Cite
Kunch, Z., & Turchyn, Y. (2019). Major Features of Language Adaptation as a Sign of a Stable Psychological Conditions. Mental Health: Global Challenges Journal, 1(1), 43-50.