SHS Web Conf.
Volume 70, 2019Trends in the Development of Psycho-Pedagogical Education in the Conditions of Transitional Society (ICTDPP-2019)
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Section||The psychology of education in the face of changes: risks and challenges of innovation|
|Published online||22 November 2019|
Detection of contradictions by linguistically gifted younger students: features of frustration and creativity
Don State Technical University, Faculty “Psychology, Pedagogy and Defectology”, 344000 Rostov-on-Don, Russian Federation
2 University “St. Kliment Ohridski” Bitola, Faclty of Education, Bitola, Republic of Macedonia
3 Karaganda State University named after E.A. Buketova, Karaganda, Kazakhstan
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The article presents an analysis of the results of an empirical study aimed at studying the ability to detect contradictions by younger students and the role of frustration and creativity in this process. Two groups of school children took part in the study: from a specialized English school that were identified as linguistically gifted (27 people, Rostov-on-Don), and from a municipal comprehensive school (27 people, Novocherkassk). In the study the following methods were used: V.E. Klochko aimed at determining the ability to detect contradictions, a brief test of creativity of E.P. Torrens and a children’s version of the Rosenzweig technique. The study obtained results demonstrating among linguistically gifted elementary school students: higher results in the development of the ability to detect contradictions, as well as the presence of pronounced differences in the development of measures of individual adaptation to their social environment (OSK), the dominance of self-protective reactions (ED), impunitive (M) and extrapunitive (E). A correlated interrelation was found between the ability to detect contradictions, originality, directionality of frustration reactions (M), (I) and the degree of social adaptation (GCR).
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