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Features of Verbal Self-Presentation in Preschoolers with Speech Disorders
Panasenko K.E., ассистент кафедры логопедии Белгородского государственного университета, Россия, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
The article describes a research on verbal self-presentation in preschool children with speech disorders. The research was carried out on children with general speech underdevelopment (GSU) using experimental methods and methods of psycholinguistic analysis. Research results reveal qualitative and quantitative rates of cognitive and emotional components of self-consciousness in self-presentation. The author states that in typical conditions children with GSU do not achieve the appropriate level of development of basic personality components by the end of preschool age, which obviously affects their verbal self-presentation.
Keywords: general speech underdevelopment (GSU), verbal-self-presentation, experimental methods, methods of psycholinguistic analysis, self-consciousness, speech mediacy, personally significant sense, self image, personality