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The Influence of Micro-Social Conditions of Preschool Children with Speech Problems 1405
Kolyagina V., PhD in Psychology, , senior lecturer, chair of special pedagogics and special psychology, Moscow State Humanitarian University named after Mikhail Sholokhov , Moscow, Russia
The difficulties of the emotional development of a child with defects in speech development in preschool age become a factor complicating the interaction with peers and adaptation in preschool and school. Adverse emotional health affects mental health of children with impaired speech development, and limits their social opportunities in the process of adaptation and integration. The aim of present study is the identification and study of psychological characteristics fears in preschool children with defects in speech development and justification of psycho-work aimed at normalizing the emotional and personal sphere of children. In one of the blocks of the study the analysis of adverse factors contributing to the emergence of emotional problems in preschool children with speech disorders (stuttering, General underdevelopment of speech). The peculiarities of pregnancy, childbirth, and socio-psychological conditions of upbringing and social status of families affect the emotional and personal development of children.
Keywords: stutter, рreschoolers, the General underdevelopment of speech (hypoplasia of speech), emotional problems, fears, shortcomings speech development, childbirth, pregnancy, psychological and social conditions of parenting, parent-child relations, adverse factors
Column: Empirical research