Особенности адаптации детей к детскому саду: психологический аспект
The peculiarities of children’s adaptation to kindergarten: a psychological aspect
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The process of children’s adaptation to kindergarten is considered to be a cumulative interaction of external factors assessed by adults and internal ones, caused by the emotional attitude of children to kindergarten and their individual states. External assessments have proved to be an unreliable index of the successfulness of the child’s adaptation to kindergarten. The research revealed that a relatively large group of children who outwardly adapted to kindergarten quite well and, therefore, did not attract the attention of adults, at the same time experienced intense emotional discomfort. The psychological determinants of successful adaptation along with unsuccessful ones were revealed empirically.
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