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Psychological Science and Education

Publisher: Moscow State University of Psychology and Education

ISSN (printed version): 1814-2052

ISSN (online): 2311-7273


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Studying Peculiarities of Adaptive Behaviour of Elder Preschool Children with Development Disorders Using Vinland's Scale 5185

Saifutdinova L.R.
Psychologist, Center for Psychological, Medical and Social Guiding of Children and Adolescents, Board of Education, MSUPE, Moscow, Russia

The focus of present research was to study and describe specific adaptive profiles of 6 year old children with development disorders. The method was Vineland's adaptive behavior scale. The control group consisted of 55 children (38 boys, 17 girls). The main group - 86 children (65 boys, 21 girls) - was divided into four sub-groups: children with neurosislike disorders on the background of residual effect of early residualorganic central nervous system damage; children with mental retardation; children with syndrome of infantile autism and with Asperger's syndrome. The findings indicate specific adaptive profiles of children with different types of dysontogenesis; differences in different adaptation spheres were shown; results of statistical analysis show general and specific correlations between the scales.

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