Economic Deprivation as a Neuropsychological Aspect of the Formation of Frustration in Potential Migrants

Jaroslav Hoshovskyi, Igor Mudrak, Dariia Hoshovskа, Nataliya Shmarova, Nataliia Kordunova, Anna Kulchytska


The article shows the peculiarities of personal deprivation as a neuropsychological factor of emigration in the context of frustration. Persons participating in emigration focus on their future life, mainly on economic and social life. Individual thoughts about one's future life, a warning about the unknown, means about one's future work, well-being, etc. Such a volume of actions causes disappointment, as well as a neuropsychological impulse of anxiety for the future life of a person. The study is aimed at determining the impact of migration intentions on the psychological state of the individual, in particular, the determination of frustration and neuropsychological factors.

The learning principle is that frustration is a neuropsychological marker of individuals facing new challenges, especially during migration. Researched military tests are studied in a study of economic commitment as a factor in the frustration of individuals who plan to migrate.

The research course uses the method of abstraction, the descriptive-research method, the method of analysis and synthesis. The method of generalization and systematization was used to determine the research results. The results of the work are the basis for the formation of the structure that the factor of economic destruction in this case is personal frustration and not all aspects of the issue needing further research are exhausted.


neuropsychology factor, antitheses, economic aspect, depression, potential migrants.

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