Alone with myself (part 2)
SENSE EQUILIBRIUM OR BRILLIANT FUETE? “In the group of our Irishka, everyone is recorded somewhere. Who attends music lessons, who dances, who goes to figure skating or gymnastics, but she…

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Readiness for school (part 1)
"Hooray! Soon to school! ”So I want this slogan to pay off, and the child would love to go to school and do homework with interest, be successful and get…

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Game therapy and fairy tale therapy in the work of a child psychologist (part 4)
In order for the story to be therapeutic, it is important that the following rules are followed: The situation should be close to the child, should resemble his life story.…

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develop cognitive processes

Readiness for school (part 2)

How to psychologically prepare a child for school?

As experience shows, for successful schooling, in addition to the availability of specific knowledge, skills and abilities, a certain level of development of the ability to cognitive activity is necessary, that is, the child must have differentiated perception, be able to compare, generalize objects and phenomena, be able to analyze and synthesize the information received, be able to independently to draw conclusions. Therefore, in preparing for school, much attention should be paid to the development of cognitive interests, intellectual activity. Clear and correct representations of the child about the phenomena of nature and human society will facilitate his mastery of the school curriculum. Continue reading

Teens and parents (part 2)
What does a teenager want? 1. The desire of a teenager to feel their connection with parents. If there is no emotional connection, the child will feel insecurity, feel abandoned.…

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Teens and parents (part 2)
What does a teenager want? 1. The desire of a teenager to feel their connection with parents. If there is no emotional connection, the child will feel insecurity, feel abandoned.…

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Comparative analysis of the structural components of personality (part 2)
We can apply this approach to study the personality of a teenager, taking into account age-related characteristics and the age norm. Thus, scientific psychodiagnostics is impossible outside the system-structural analysis…

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Comparative analysis of the structural components of personality (part 1)
The psychological structure of the personality, in general, is very complex and multifaceted. Each person carries within him only the inherent individual characteristics, which to the end to understand and…

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