Emotional Mediation of Creative Images in Childhood: Research and Practice

747

Abstract

We present the talk made at the IV All-Russian scientific-practical conference on developmental psychology “At the origins of development”. We discuss the parameters of family upbringing style, which had a significant influence on the development of intellectual and creative potential of children of primary school age. Correlation analysis revealed expected connection between the parameters, as well as contradictory statistically significant association between measures of nonverbal creativity and the scale of Parenting Style Questionnaire – “the imposition of a conflict between the spouses in the sphere of children upbringing” for a sample of children with high intellectual and creative potential.

General Information

Keywords: the imposition of a conflict between the spouses in the sphere of children upbringing, the relationship between emotions and creativity, affective imagination, primary school age, art therapy

Journal rubric: Developmental Psychology

Article type: scientific article

For citation: Churbanova S.M. Emotional Mediation of Creative Images in Childhood: Research and Practice. Psikhologicheskaya nauka i obrazovanie = Psychological Science and Education, 2014. Vol. 19, no. 4, pp. 31–35. (In Russ., аbstr. in Engl.)

References

  1. Vygotskii L. S. Voobrazhenie i tvorchestvo v detskom vozraste: Psikhol. ocherk: Kn. dlia uchitelia [Imagination and creativity in childhood: Psychol. essay]. Moscow: Prosveshchenie, 1991. 93 р.
  2. Davydov V. V. Posleslovie [Epilogue ]. In Vygotskii L.S. (ed.) Voobrazhenie i tvorchestvo v detskom vozraste: Psikhol. ocherk: Kn. dlia uchitelia [Imagination and creativity in childhood]. Moscow: Prosveshchenie, 1991, pp. 87–91.
  3. D’iachenko O. M. Ob osnovnykh napravleniiakh razvitiia voobrazheniia doshkol’nika [On the main directions of development of imagination
    preschooler]. Voprosy psikhologii [Questions of psychology], 1988, no. 6, pp. 52–59.
  4. Karabanova O. A. Artterapiia kak metod psikhologicheskoi korrektsii [Art therapy as a method of psychological correction]. In Burmenskaya
    G. V. (ed.) Vozrastno psikhologicheskii podkhod v konsul’tirovanii detei i podrostkov: Ucheb. posobie dlia stud. vyssh. ucheb. zavedenii [Age
    psychological approach to counseling of children and adolescents]. Moscow: Akademiia, 2002, pp. 206–227.
  5. Kopytin A. I., Svistovskaia E. E. Artterapiia detei i podrostkov [Art therapy of children and adolescents]. Moscow: KogitoTsentr, 2007. 198 p.
  6. Kramer E. Artterapiia s det’mi [Art as therapy with children]. Makarova E. (ed.). Moscow: Genezis, 2014. 320 p.
  7. Lebedeva L. D. Praktika artterapii: podkhody, diagnostika, sistema zaniatii [The practice of art therapy: approaches, diagnostics, system training]. Saint Petersburg: Rech’, 2007. 256 p.
  8. Liders A. G. Psikhologicheskoe obsledovanie sem’i: Ucheb. posobie i praktikum dlia stud. fak. psikhologii vyssh. ucheb. zavedenii [Psychological examination of family]. Moscow: Akademiya, 2006. 432 p.
  9. Panasiuk A. Iu. Adaptirovannyi variant metodiki D.Vekslera. WISC [Adapted Wechsler` techniques. WISC]. Moscow: MZ SSSR, 1973. 79 p.
  10. Liubart T. (ed.) Psikhologiia kreativnosti [Psychology of creativity]. Moscow: Kogito Tsentr, 2009. 215 p.
  11. Soilu N. V. Rol’ semeinogo okruzheniia v razvitii intellektual’no-tvorcheskogo potentsiala mladshikh shkol’nikov. Dipl. rab. [The role of family environment in the development of intellectual and creative potential of primary school children. Diploma thesis]. Moscow: Facul’tet psikhologii MGU, 2008. 60 p.
  12. Tunik E. E. Test E. Torrensa. Diagnostika kreativnosti [Torrance Test. Diagnostics of creativity]. Saint Petersburg: Imaton, 1998. 171 p.
  13. El’konin D. B. K problemam kontrolia vozrastnoi dinamiki psikhicheskogo razvitiia detei [The problems of control age dynamics of the mental development of children]. In El’konin D. B. (ed.) Izbrannye psikhologicheskie trudy [Selected psychological works]. Moscow: Pedagogika, 1989, pp. 282– 293.

Information About the Authors

Svetlana M. Churbanova, PhD in Psychology, Associate Professor, Department of Developmental Psychology, Faculty of Psychology, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia, e-mail: svetlanatch@mail.ru