Licensed books on medicine
| T.V. Dutkevich || Child psychology || 2012 |
The primary school has principles, methods, basic concepts of child psychology; rozkrito pravitnіarnostі psіchіchnogo rozvitku ditini vіd narodzhennya up to yunatskogo vіku, analizuyuschі psihologіchnn osoblivostі spіlkuvannya, dіyalnostі, pіznavalnykh that emotsіyno-volnovih processіv, and sozh specialty ditini. The theme of the book is stored in the text of the lecture before all other topics, at the start of the program, in the vocabulary of the main ones to understand that to the list of literature.
Primary school is recommended for students of the specialties “Doshkіlna osvita”, “Psychology”, “Practical psychology”, you can read the same discipline, teachers and psychologists of preschool education and social programs
| A. S. Fomichenko || Causes of aggression in childhood || 2010 |
The article is devoted to the analysis of the possible causes of the manifestation of child aggression. The influence of family, individual, school factors is considered. The conditions of family education are highlighted, which contribute to the emergence and consolidation of aggressive manifestations. The condescending attitude of parents to the manifestations of the aggressiveness of their children and the severity of punishment are significant. It reveals the relationship between viewing scenes of violence, cruelty and erotica on the body of the screen and the aggressive behavior of children. We consider the characteristics of the child's personality, determining the likelihood that he will become the aggressor or victim. Particular attention is paid to the impact of the school on the formation of children's aggressiveness. It emphasizes the relevance and importance of studying this issue, the possibility of using knowledge to predict and timely correct aggressive behavior in the early stages of ontogenesis.
| A.N. Yashkova, N.F. Sukharev || Age-related psychology || 2009 |
The textbook on the course of age psychology addresses issues of age and age norms, factors and patterns, mechanisms and principles of mental development. The textbook contains a description of different periodization, as well as the peculiarities of mental development at each age stage, with the selection of leading activities, major neoplasms, social development situation, age crises. The manual presents tasks for self-checking and self-checking, as well as a list of recommended literature on the course, a dictionary of psychological terms.
The manual is addressed to university students, but it can also be useful to a wider circle of readers - those who need psychological knowledge in their daily professional activities, as well as all those interested in psychology.
| Teaching guide || Developmental and Developmental Psychology || 2006 |
| The training manual is intended for students of the 2nd course of the Psychological and Pedagogical Faculty, students of the specialty 030301 "Psychology". |
The manual presents the content and structure of the course “Developmental Psychology and Developmental Psychology”, plans for seminars with test questions and practical tasks and literature recommended for them. The manual includes topics and essays for independent work of students. Various forms of monitoring students' learning activities are presented: sample test items of various levels of difficulty and indicative questions for the exam for the course.
The manual contains a glossary, as well as tables of age development and the scheme of the author’s periodization of the formation of the human psyche and consciousness.
| Uruntaeva G.A. || Child psychology || 2006 |
| A textbook (previous editions were published under the title “Up to |
school psychology ") is written on the basis of basic methodological
and theoretical and psychological provisions adopted in the national psychiatric
cholology He gives a complete picture of psychology as a science and its
practical application. The presentation of the theory is accompanied by specific
by examples. The textbook has a pronounced practical
correctness: the author shows how to apply this knowledge in
process of training and education of the child.
For students of secondary educational institutions. May be
It is also useful to students of pedagogical institutes and educators of children
| Wenger A.L. (Ed.) || Psychological Lexicon || 2005 |
| The dictionary “Developmental Psychology” covers concepts and categories related to the widest range of mental development processes in ontogenesis and phylogenesis. Some of these concepts are specific to developmental psychology, while others are used in general psychology, but with respect to problems of mental development, they somewhat change their meaning or acquire an additional one. Much attention is paid to the applied areas of developmental psychology and concepts related to psychological practice. |
| L.S. Vygotsky || Psychology of human development || 2005 |
| Lev Vygotsky (1896-1934) - an outstanding scientist, thinker, classic of national psychology. His legacy is huge (more than 270 works), and his ideas are inexhaustible, original, and still relevant. He had a great influence on the development of national and world psychology. The famous American philosopher S. Tulmin called him Mozart in psychology. Working in difficult conditions, in a very short time he managed to make an important contribution to the psychology of art, general psychology, child and pedagogical psychology, pato-and neuropsychology, methodology of psychology, defectology and pedagogy. |
His works represent the best pages of Russian psychological science. The ideas of Vygotsky and his school are the basis of the scientific worldview of new generations of psychologists throughout Russia. This book was prepared for them.
A new edition of the works of L.S. Vygotsky was prepared taking into account the comments and wishes of the team of teachers of the psychological faculty of Moscow State University. This includes all the work included in the curriculum and necessary in the educational process; all that teachers recommend. This edition has been supplemented with rare and unique materials that are not even included in the well-known six-volume collection of Vygotsky’s works.
This book combines work on general psychology, the second will include works on age and pedagogical psychology.
| Bowlby john || Creating and breaking emotional bonds || 2004 |
| The main subject of Bowlby's thoughts - why separation from mother in infancy and early childhood is experienced by a child as acute grief and why the consequences of separation affect mental and physical well-being throughout their subsequent life? |
The author consistently convinces the reader that concepts and approaches developed in the field of animal behavior research clarify a great deal and can become the basis for practical actions by child and clinical psychologists.
| I.V. Nosko || Developmental and Developmental Psychology || 2003 |
| The textbook on the course of developmental psychology and developmental psychology, one of the main psychological and psycho-pedagogical faculties for students, outlines the main approaches to understanding and explaining the patterns of human mental development in foreign and domestic psychology. Various aspects of the principle of development in psychology and its main categories are considered. A model of subjective reality and the periodization of its development in ontogenesis are presented; stages, periods and stages of development of the subjectivity of a person within his individual life. |
The manual contains a selection of materials with the requirements of the State educational standard.
Conclude a textbook vocabulary of basic concepts and tests.
| Ed. V.E. Klochko || Age-related psychology || 2003 |
| The tutorial discusses the theoretical about the psychology of human development at all age stages, offers questions for discussion, as well as diagnostic methods for performing tasks and using them in practice. |
The manual is addressed to students of higher educational institutions / teachers and students of the faculties of increasing the qualification of educators, practical psychologists.
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