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Veraksa N. E., Airapetyan Z. V., Almazova O. V. Developmental processes understanding among preschool children: the “Cycles” task

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UDC 37.025.7

DOI 10.25688/2223-6872.2021.38.2.08

 

DEVELOPMENTAL PROCESSES UNDERSTANDING

AMONG PRESCHOOL CHILDREN:

THE “CYCLES” TASK

 

N. E. Veraksa,

MSU, Moscow,

neveraksa@gmail.com,

Z. V. Airapetyan,

MSU, Moscow,

zlata.a.v@yandex.ru,

O. V. Almazova,

MSU, Moscow,

almaz.arg@gmail.com

 

 The purpose of this article is, firstly, to describe the diagnostic technique “Cycles”, assessing children’s understanding of developmental processes expressed cyclically; secondly, in highlighting the peculiarities of understanding the developmental processes in girls and boys 5–7 years old; thirdly, in the presentation of norms for the implementation of the “Cycles” methodology for boys and girls 5–7 years old. The article presents the theoretical foundations for the application of the “Cycles” methodology, shows the results of its use and the obtained norms for girls and boys 5–7 years old.

Data were obtained on the understanding of developmental processes by older preschool children and on the differences between boys and girls in the success of solving a dialectical problem aimed at assessing the development process. The article attempts to generalize the results of research about understanding developmental processes in children, and also considers the methodology developed within the framework of the structural-dialectical approach to assess the ability to understand developmental processes.

 

Keywords: dialectical thinking; cyclical representations; preschoolers’ conception development; preschoolers; the “Cycles” task.

 

For citation: Veraksa N. E., Airapetyan Z. V., Almazova O. V. Developmental processes understanding among preschool children: the “Cycles” task // Systems Psychology and Sociology. 2021. № 2 (38). P. 87–96. DOI: 10.25688/2223-6872.2021.38.2.08

 

Veraksa Nikolai Evgenievich, Doctor of Psychology, Professor of the Department of Educational Psychology and Pedagogy at the Faculty of Psychology Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia.

E-mail: neveraksa@gmail.com

ORCID: 0000-0003-3752-7319

Airapetyan Zlata Valerievna, Junior Researcher of Department of Educational Psychology and Pedagogy at the Faculty of Psychology Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia.

E-mail: zlata.a.v@yandex.ru

ORCID: 0000-0002-4466-9799

Almazova Olga Viktorovna, PhD in Psychology, Associate Professor of the Department of Age Psychology at the Faculty of Psychology Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia.

E-mail: almaz.arg@gmail.com

ORCID: 0000-0001-8852-4076

 

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