The study of the aggression of the junior schoolchildren with the disorders of speech development of projective picture methods
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This article introduces the results of studies on aggression among early elementary school kids with the disorder of speech development (henceforth the abbreviation used is: DSD - disorder of speech development). According to the results of the summary of the scientific methods three types of aggression and six pro-types of aggression and also their symptoms have been found: a self-controlled type of aggression includes controlled and completed pro-types of aggression; a hidden type – protective and depressive; a behavior type – demonstrative and physical. There have been discoveries of sides of aggression and levels of aggression shown in kids with normal physical and psychological development and also in kids with phonetic underdeveloped speech (henceforth the abbreviation used is: PhUS – phonetic underdeveloped speech), phonetic-phonemic underdeveloped speech (henceforth the abbreviation used is: Ph-PhUS – phonetic-phonemic underdeveloped speech) and unsharply manifested general speech underdevelopment (henceforth the abbreviation used is: UGSU – unsharply manifested general speech underdevelopment). This paper also presents a comparison of specific signs of aggression in three subjects: “I am an individual”, “I am in a family”, “I am in the society”.
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