| Ermolaeva M.V. || Developmental psychology: Methodological manual for students of correspondence and distance learning || 2003 |
The concept of this manual is focused on the goals of the course “Age Psychology”. This course should not only contribute to enhancing the private scientific erudition of students enrolled in the specialty “Psychology”, but rather solve a number of interrelated methodological tasks: creating a clear modern picture of development in ontogenesis (clarifying its specific features, placing emphasis on studying development mechanisms, identifying key points in system of theoretical concepts and empirical knowledge), the formation of a special way of thinking (determined by the leading principles of Russian psychology, modern th type of scientific rationality, the modern understanding of the categories of "development", "socialization", "maturing").
This handbook is built as a guide to the sections of the course from the standpoint of national developmental psychology and illustrates the main provisions of the Age Psychology course with excerpts from the works of the classics of Russian psychology, as well as authoritative contemporary researchers in this field.
| Kuraev G.A., Pozharskaya E.N. || Age-related psychology || 2002 |
The science of the mental development of a child - child psychology - was born as a branch of comparative psychology at the end of the 19th century. Currently, child psychology as a branch of knowledge includes two global sections - age psychology and developmental psychology.
Developmental psychology is a field of knowledge that focuses on the psychological characteristics of children of different ages. Developmental psychology is a sphere of knowledge containing information about the laws of the age transformation of the psychology of children. Developmental psychology and developmental psychology of children are areas of science that are inextricably linked.
| Huhlaeva O.V. || Developmental psychology: youth, maturity, old age || 2002 |
The tutorial examines the specifics of adult development in the perspective of life, shows typical problems and manifestations of young, mature and old age, analyzes the characteristic features of the age periods of adulthood. The conditions of a person’s satisfaction with his life, the achievement of happiness, the relationship between a person’s lifestyle and his physical health are shown.
The book is written for students of psychology departments of higher educational institutions.
| O.V. Skripchenko, L.V. Dolinska, Z.V. Ogorodniychuk || Vikova that pedagogical psychology || 2001 |
| The initial loan book “Vіkova і pedagogical psychologia” of insurance contracts for vikladachіv і students of pedagogical pseudo rychalnyh mortgages, and also can be done all over, if you want to expand and share your knowledge of psychology. |
At the preponderant visitation has been systematized і represented by the newcomers from the military and educational psychology, the necessary questions of the mayor, the worker, the psychologist, the socialist.
Problems of pedagogical psychology are analyzed by the authors on the basis of the special features of the grapevine in the contextual context of the main tendencies of successful development in Ukraine.
| Kulagina I.Yu., Kolyutsky V.N. || Developmental Psychology: The full life cycle of human development || 2001 |
| The textbook on the course of developmental psychology (developmental psychology) reflects the full life cycle that a person goes through. The age patterns of development in infancy, early and preschool childhood, primary school and adolescence, adolescence, youth, maturity and late maturity are considered. Traced options for the development of personality, depending on its focus. Theoretical and factual material is presented in the traditions of the psychological school of L.S. Vygotsky, A.N. Leontyev, D. B. Elkonin. |
The manual is addressed to students of psychological faculties of pedagogical institutes and universities, but it may be useful to a wider circle of readers - school teachers, parents, young people interested in psychology.
| Mukhina V.S. || Developmental psychology: phenomenology of development, childhood, adolescence || 1999 |
| The textbook reveals the issues of phenomenology of general development and ontogenesis from birth to adolescence. The author shows that the development of the child occurs through his activity. Individual human development is considered in two ways: as a social unit and as a unique personality. The book presents the author's concept of mechanisms that determine the development of the individual and its social being. |
The textbook is addressed to students of psychological and pedagogical faculties of pedagogical universities, psychologists, as well as to all who are interested in the problems of age psychology.
| Kulagina I, Yu. || Developmental Psychology (Child development from birth to 17 years) || 1999 |
| The manual sets out the main theoretical views of leading domestic and foreign scientists in the field of child psychology, gives an idea of the age norm and the main trends in the development of a child at various age stages. |
The manual is intended for students of correspondence and evening departments of the university.
| Abramova G.S. || Age-related psychology || 1999 |
| The problems of age psychology, considered in the book, are subordinated to the main topic - the formation of a person, the formation of a life position that ensures his full existence in our uneasy, changing, and sometimes dangerous, world. The book is written for students, psychologists, philosophers, sociologists and all those interested in the problems of modern psychology. |
| R.A. Abdurakhmanov || Ontogenesis of mental processes and personality || 1999 |
| The general characteristic of age psychology is presented. The main approaches to the ontogenesis of the human psyche and personality are considered. Analyzed the features of age development. The main stages of human age development are described. |
Recommended by the Ministry of General and Professional Education of the Russian Federation as a textbook for students of higher educational institutions.
| Averin V.A. || Psychology of children and adolescents || 1998 |
| The book systematizes the well-known psychological facts about the life of a child from birth to adolescence in order to identify and demonstrate to the reader the mechanism of his mental development. |
It is recommended to employees of preschool children's institutions, teachers, social workers to create conditions for the normal mental development of the child and to conduct psychodiagnostic and corrective measures.
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