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Volume 50, 2018The International Scientific and Practical Conference “Current Issues of Linguistics and Didactics: The Interdisciplinary Approach in Humanities and Social Sciences” (CILDIAH-2018)
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Manifestation of Compensatory Behavior among Preschool Children with Trust Deprivation
Volzhsky branch “Volgograd state University”, 404133 Volzhsky, Russia
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The article considers the problem of personal features formation among preschoolers with deprivation. The article presents the results of research aimed to reveal the peculiarities of the mental deprivation and trust deprivation among orphans, and to compare the results with the children raised in families. Many basic attitudes of the orphans are deformed, in particular, social trust relationships with the world, which are manifested in two forms of compensatory behavior. The first group comprises children with trust deprivation of passive type, characterized by anxiety, shyness, hypochondria, inability to stand up for themselves. The second group comprises children with trust deprivation of active type; these children are outwardly sociable, but they are prone to aggressive reactions, antisocial behavior and conflicts. Despite the difference in the behavior, orphans are characterized by common personal features: insecurity, inferiority, hostility, proneness to conflict, difficulties in communication.
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