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Outlook on schoolchild's personal position development in the context of child-parent relationships 877
Plotnikova N.Yu., Postgraduate student at Child and family psychotherapy department, Psychological counceling faculty, Moscow State University of Psychology and Education, Moscow, Russia
Filippova E.V., PhD in Psychology, Professor, the head of the Child and family psychotherapy chair, Psychological counseling faculty, Moscow State University of Psychology and Education, Moscow, Russia, email@example.com
The article is dedicated to the problem of schoolchild's personal position development reviewed through relationships between mother and child. Results indicate that hypercaring position of a mother impedes development of child's ability to decentration. Decentration is connected to the following components of study activity development: self-control, evaluation, ability to solve study tasks. Research shows that successful child teaching is connected to mother's upbringing style characteristics, such as: absence of hypercaring and hypercontrol, emotional nearness and collaboration with the child.
Column: Educational Psychology