The object of this study is the resilience of adolescents aged 15 - 17 years. Subject of research: the structure of resilience in the relationship with a tolerance for uncertainty and an optimistic attributive style. The master's thesis consists of an introduction, two chapters, a conclusion, a bibliography (81 sources) and an appendix. The volume of the master's thesis is 101 pages, which contain 10 figures and 44 tables. The introduction reveals the relevance of the research problem, the development of the problematics, the purpose and objectives of the research are set, the object and the subject of research are determined, the basic and additional hypotheses are formulated, the methods and the empirical base are specified, as well as the stages of the research, the scientific novelty, the theoretical and practical significance of the work. The first chapter includes a theoretical analysis of the concepts of resilience existing in psychological science. This chapter examines resilience as a psychological phenomenon and features of resilience in adolescents aged 15 - 17 years. Conclusions on the first chapter are the results of the study of theoretical material. The second chapter is devoted to the empirical part of the study. It provides a description of the organization and methods of the study and the results obtained using all the methods used: «The vitality test» was carried out by D.A. Leontiev, E.I. Rasskazova; 2) Test of meaningful orientations of D.A. Leontyev; 3) «New questionnaire of tolerance to uncertainty» T.V. Kornilova; 4) «Questionnaire of the style of explaining the successes and failures» of T.O. Gordeeva. The chapter also provides a descriptive, comparative and correlation analysis of the research results. The findings of Chapter 2 are the main results of the empirical study. The conclusion summarizes the results of the theoretical and empirical parts of the work, as well as conclusions on the hypotheses put forward, substantiates the practical significance of the study.