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Clinical Psychology and Special Education

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The Scale of Personal Maturity of the Child 1811

Avaeva V., graduate, Moscow State Psychological and Pedagogical University, vera-avaeva@yandex.ru
Gromova Y., Moscow state educational institution combined-type kindergarten №288, Moscow, Russia, psymail4plu@gmail.com
Kazmin A.M., PhD in Medicine, Professor, Department of Neuro and Pathopsychology of Development, Faculty of Clinical and Special Psychology, Moscow State University of Psychology & Education, Moscow, Russia, mgppukprd@gmail.com
Kolupaeva O., , methodist, State educational institution of the city of Moscow Center for psychological, medical and social support “Lekoteka”, Moscow, Russia, o.kolupaeva@gmail.com
Salnikova O., the head of unit, the State educational institution of the city of Moscow Secondary School № 1125, Moscow, Russia, ewik772@mail.ru
Abstract
The article presents the full and short versions of the new technique "Scale of personal maturity of the child", designed to assess the personality development of children aged 2 to 7 years. Full version of the questionnaire consists of 42 items; short version consists of 13 items. A survey of 614 children with typical development aged from 24 months to 83 months, revealed a high internal consistency of the items full and short versions of the questionnaire with Cronbach's alpha values of 0.965 and 0.953 respectively. Factor analysis of the data showed that single-factor (holistic) model of personality structure is the best.

Keywords: personal development, personal maturity, questionnaire, early age, preschool age

Column: Methods and techniques

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