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Specificity of a Parent's Position in Interaction of Different Types with Preschool and Early School Age Children 1454
Shvedovskaya A.A., PhD in Psychology, Head of Department of Information & Publishing Projects, Associate Professor, Age Psychology Department named after L.F. Obukhova, Moscow State University of Psychology and Education, Moscow, Russia, firstname.lastname@example.org
The article presents the results of research which was dedicated to the problem of a child's image of parentchild relations and its correlation with tactics of interaction between a parent and a child. One of the research goals was to single out types of parentchild interaction and to onduct comparative analysis of a child's and a parent's image of parentchild relations. For the purpose of studying a parent's position the author used such techniques, as the joint activity test, an essay in the form of unfinished sentences, and a questionnaire for parents. A drawing of a family and a role play named "A Family" were used to study a child's position. Basing on the research results, five types of parentchild interaction were defined and characterized: onflicting, harmonious, distant, "dominating Parent – conformable Child", "dominating Child conformable Parent". The features of pedagogical position that are characteristic of each type are given as well.
Column: Developmental Psychology