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The college holds a symposium on psychological conflict and modern technology for the university student

The College of Physical Education and Sports Sciences / the University of Kufa, in cooperation with the Psychological and Educational Guidance Division at the University of Kufa, held the symposium, which carried the slogan (Psychological Conflict and Modern Technology for the University Student) in which professors from the University of Kufa (Prof. Dr. Mahdi Muhammad Reda Al-Sahlawi, Prof. Dr. Nadia Jawdat Hassan, Prof. Dalal Jamil Saleh) The symposium aimed to provide a full explanation of how to get rid of the psychological conflicts facing the student in his life and his academic career, as well as making the right decision in the event of the intersection of ideas and intellectual conflicts. The symposium also touched on psychological tension What happens as a result of conflicts and the mechanism for making the right decision and methods of treatment, and several recommendations were highlighted by the lecturers related to society and the university student, in addition to that, she called on the officials in the field of psychology to pay attention to this science and continue to hold workshops and qualitative lectures that support the psychological aspect of the student The university should be part of it accompanying the practical and applied side for the purpose of studying the reasons that some students suffer from and that create psychological conflicts. This workshop was attended by the Dean of the College, Professor Dr. Number of college teachers and college students

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