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T. G. Vizel,

Moscow Institute of Psychoanalysis, Moscow


At present, the neuroscience section has received wide recognition, referred to as connectivity. It recognizes that the most important role in speech and cognitive development in general are the connections (conductors) that arise between different areas of the brain. Particular importance is given to the myelination of conductors.

Despite this, the issues of localized transformation, which occur with the consolidation of certain actions, are not considered. As a result, from the field of vision of neuroscience and defectology, the question of the brain organization of skills, and, first of all, speech skills, falls out. Meanwhile, there is reason to believe that skills are integrative units. They combine the functions of different brain zones, which are exempted from the need to participate in each consolidated act. Integrative essence of the skill allows to conclude that the entry into the site of damage zone of its localization leads to the decay (disintegration) of the skill into those constituent parts from which it formed. Thus, the concept of acquisition and disintegration of speech gets an innovative sound.

New ways of studying alalia (violation of the acquisition of speech) and aphasia (disintegration of speech) are opening up. There are also other approaches to correctional training, based on inter-zone connectivity algorithms.


Keywords: connectivity; skills; location; higher mental functions; speech; alalia; aphasia; integration; disintegration.


For citation: Vizel T. G. Connectivity and speech // Systems psychology and sociology. 2018. № 2 (26).P. 40–46.




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