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Медико-биологические факторы речеязыкового развития ребенка (часть 1) 1292

Чернов Д.Н., кандидат психологических наук, Доцент кафедры общей психологии и педагогики психолого-социального факультета, Российский национальный исследовательский медицинский университет им. Н.И. Пирогова, Москва, Россия, chernov_dima@mail.ru

Аннотация

Проанализированы основные результаты медико-биологического направления изучения факторов становления детской речи и языка. Показано, что различные пре-, пери- и неонатальные факторы развития (тератогенные влияния, недоношенность, малый вес при рождении, заболевания матери во время беременности, хронические заболевания ребенка) негативно сказываются на детско-родительских взаимоотношениях, что имеет долгосрочное влияние на формирование речеязыковой сферы ребенка.

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