The Development of thinking in children of preschool age


INTRODUCTION 3 SECTION 1 5 THE THEORETICAL BASIS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THINKING PRESCHOOLERS 5 1.1. Characteristics of the development of thinking in children of preschool age 5 1.2. The relationship of cognitive abilities of the child 11 1.3. Features of formation of properties of thinking in preschool children 15 SECTION 2 18 TRAINING DEVELOPMENT of THINKING IN CHILDREN of PRESCHOOL AGE 18 2.1. Characteristics of training with preschoolers 18 2.2. Features and order training 22 2.3. The results of the method “determination of the level of mental development of senior preschool children” before and after training 25 WISNOSKI 27 LIST VIKORISTANNYA LITERATURE 28 appendices 29 the Method of “determining the level of mental development of senior preschool children” 29 lesson Plan No. 1. 34 lesson Plan No. 2. 36 lesson Plan No. 3. 38 lesson Plan No. 4. 40

The development of memory in children of preschool age

Introduction 2 Chapter I. General concept of memory 5 1.1. The processes of memory 5 1.2. Types of memory 7 Chapter II. Theoretical basis for the development of spatial memory in preschool children 10 2.1 the Nature, structure and content of memory in psychological and pedagogical literature 10 2.2 the Relationship of auditory and memory in preschool children 15 Chapter III. A study on the development of memory in the average preschool age 22 3.1. Organization studies 22 3.2. The program of a group of remedial and developmental classes 24 3.3. Analysis of results 29 Conclusion 31 bibliography 33

Psychophysiology of thinking

Introduction 3 1. The connection of the thought processes with foci of brain activity 4 2. Interhemispheric interaction in the processes of thinking 7 3. The impact of sex differences on mental processes 10 Conclusions 13 Literature 14

Features of creative thinking

INTRODUCTION 3 Section 1 5 CREATIVE THINKING AS a KIND of HUMAN THINKING 5 1.1. The definition of creative thinking 5 1.2. Features and specifications of creative thinking 12 Conclusions to the 1st section 19 Section 2 20 CREATIVE PERSONALITY AS a SUBJECT of COGNITION 20 2.1. The concept of the creative personality 20 2.2. Creatives as the main feature of the creative person 28 Conclusions to the 2nd section 34 Section 35 3 THEORETICAL basis for the MEASUREMENT of CREATIVE ABILITIES 35 3.1. Intelligence and its measurement in psychology 35 3.2. Tests of creativity 40 Conclusions to the 3rd section 46 GENERAL CONCLUSIONS 47 the list of the USED LITERATURE 50

Features of the development of thinking in the preschool years

INTRODUCTION 3 CHAPTER I. THEORETICAL-METHODOLOGICAL BASES OF RESEARCH OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF THINKING IN PRESCHOOL AGE 5 1.1. Feature thinking 5 1.2. Features of the development of thinking in the preschool years CHAPTER 8 II. THE ORGANIZATION OF EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES OF THE THINKING OF CHILDREN OF PRESCHOOL AGE 15 2.1. Description of diagnostic methods research 15 2.2. The organization and course of the study 21 2.3. The experimental results 32 CONCLUSIONS 42 references 45 ANNEX 49

Mental health of children in the process of schooling, education, and development


Diagnosis of the crisis of adulthood: the nature, specific manifestations

Diagnosis of the crisis of adulthood: essence, specific symptoms (category of people chosen by the student)

The development of the psyche in the phylogeny

Introduction 3 1. The development of the psyche in the animal world 3 2. The instincts and skills of animals 4 3. Socio-historical nature of human consciousness 10 4. Consciousness and self-consciousness 14 Conclusions 17 Literature 18

Communication and personality development

INTRODUCTION 3 1. THEORETICAL APPROACHES TO THE IMPACT OF COMMUNICATION ON PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT 5 1.1. The concept of communication, its types 5 1.2. Peculiarities of communication and personality development in adolescence 9 1.3. The main difficulties in communication activities 13 2. EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGICAL STUDY OF THE EFFECT OF COMMUNICATION SKILLS OF ADOLESCENTS ON THE PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT 18 2.1. Goals and objectives of the study. 18 2.2. The results of the study and data analysis techniques. 19 CONCLUSIONS 23 references 25 Annexes 28

The contribution of Gestalt psychology

PLAN Introduction 3 1. Basic concepts of Gestalt 5 2. The emergence of the school of Gestalt. 8 3. Scientific works of the representatives of Gestalt 9 4. The contribution of Gestalt 12 Conclusions 13 references 15

The formation and development of self-consciousness

INTRODUCTION 3 1.THE CONSCIOUSNESS IN THE PSYCHIC ORGANIZATION OF HUMAN LIFE 6 1.1. Self-consciousness and self-identity 7 1.2. Personality development 11 1.3. The notion of self-concept 14 2. THE STAGES OF FORMATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF PERSONALITY 16 2.1. The emergence of consciousness in childhood 16 2.2. Adolescence 18 2.3. Features of self-consciousness in adolescence. 20 3. ANALYSIS OF JUDGMENTS OF CHILDREN YOUNGER TEEN AND TEEN AGES 23 3.1. The value of understanding another person and the development of interpersonal relationships in younger Teens 26 3.2. The value for self-understanding and identity development in late adolescence 29 3.3. The value of understanding another person and the development of interpersonal relationships in late adolescence, 35 CONCLUSIONS 39 references 41

WTO and its impact on the development of tourism

References: 1. Borisov K. G. international tourism and law School. POS M: 1999.-352 p. 2. Gerasimenko O. A. The basics of travel business About: 1997. – 128 p. 3. Birjukov L. E. Introduction to tourism L: 2000. – 192 p.

The formation and development of world commodity markets

Introduction 3 1. World market and international trade. Foreign trade as the main form of foreign economic relations. 5 1.1. The modern world market. The world price 5 1.2. Foreign trade and its form of regulation 8 1.3. Customs tariff and customs duty. Product allocation and quotas 8 1.4. The foreign trade figures 10 1.5. The value of international trade. 11 1.6. Structure and dynamics of international trade 13 2. Types and forms of international trade. 17 2.1. International trade and its components. Foreign trade policy. 17 2.3. The world market of goods and services and the development of its structure. 25 Views and goals of the exchange agreements 30 2. 4. Pricing in international trade. Tariff and non-tariff regulation of international economic relations. 32 2.5. Ukraine on the world market of goods and services. 35 3. The state and prospects of development of world commodity markets. 38 3.1. Fuel and energy goods 38 3.2. Non-ferrous metals 40 3.3. Chemical fertilizers 41 3.3. Forest and paper products 42 3.4. Food market 44 Conclusion 46 references.

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