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Comparative research of imitational ability in atypical development in the preschool age

Smirnova Yana Konstantinovna

PhD in Psychology

Docent, the department of General and Applied Psychology, Altai State University

656049, Russia, Altaiskii krai, g. Barnaul, ul. Prospekt Lenina, 61, of. 309l

yana.smirnova@mail.ru
Yanova Natal'ya Gennad'evna

PhD in Sociology

Docent, the department of General and Applied Psychology, Altai State University

656049, Russia, Altaiskii oblast', g. Barnaul, ul. Prospekt Lenina, 61, of. 309l

yanova.ng@yandex.ru

DOI:

10.25136/2409-8701.2020.3.32784

Review date:

01-05-2020


Publish date:

18-06-2020


Abstract.

This article discusses deficit of the model of psychological (from standpoint of difficulties) translation of prospects of actions of another person to the prospect of own actions in the process of imitation. The goal of this research consists in the analysis of group distinctions and comparison of imitational abilities of the children with typical development and children with developmental delay, as well as determine the degree to which the changes in the level of psychological model and identification of direction of the views would related to changes in imitation. The survey 124 children of preschool age. Comparison was conducted on the development of psychological model and imitation in the three contrasting groups: children with typical development, children with developmental delay, and children with delay in speech development. The group differences of imitation in relation to the psychological model were detected. It is demonstrated that the problems associated with imitation cam manifest as the universal symptoms for explanation of deficit in the development of psychological model. Analysis of the obtained results allow concluding that for effective accomplishment of imitational patents, it is necessary to understand and distinguish the mental states of another person.

Keywords: developmental psychology, social cognition, social attention, atypical development, preschool age, theory of mind, divided attention, joint attention, imitation, impaired mental function
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