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S. S. Sharova, THE CREATIVE FEATURES IN STUDENTS WITH MANUAL ASYMMETRIES AND HEARING IMPAIRMENT

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THE CREATIVE FEATURES IN STUDENTS WITH

MANUAL ASYMMETRIES AND HEARING IMPAIRMENT

 

S. S. Sharova,

College of small business № 4,

Moscow

 

Verbal creativity in high-school students (aged 15–21) with hearing impairment and manual asymmetries has its own features. All students were divided into 2 groups: left-handed and right-handed. This option has defined the following selections to be compared: students with normal hearing, students with hearing impairment, hard-of-hearing and deaf students. The research about the verbal creativity has revealed ambiguous results. The Fluency parameter decreases with the increase of loss of hearing, and often in left-handed students this decrease is more expressed than in their right-handed students of the same age. There is no clear distinction between right-handed and left-handed students on the Flexibility parameter, but at the same time Flexibility is almost twice higher in students with normal hearing in comparison with the hard-of-hearing and deaf students. The hard-of-hearing and deaf right-handed students obviously expressed a decrease by the Originality parameter. Among the left-handed students the Originality parameter declines only in deaf students while in hard-of-hearing students this parameter is higher than in students with normal hearing. There is a significant correlation between the level of verbal creativity and the level of hearing: the level of verbal

creativity decreases with the increase of loss of hearing. The profile of students’ verbal creativity with normal hearing and with impaired hearing differs — among the students with normal hearing the right-handed students have the higher level and among the students with hearing impairment the higher level is in left-handed students. Statistically significant correlation between a level of hearing and all parameters of verbal creativity has been revealed: the values of all parameters of verbal creativity decrease with the hearing decline. All parameters of the verbal creativity authentically correlate to each other.

Keywords: manual asymmetries; left-handed student; right-handed student; ambidexter, hearing impairment; normal hearing; deaf person; hard-of-hearing; verbal creativity.

 

For citation:

Sharova S. S. The creative features in students with manual asymmetries and hearing impairment // Systems psychology and sociology. 2017 № 3 (23). P.

 

 

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