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Journal
2013 | 1(121) | 24–36
Article title

„Dzieci szarej strefy” – aktualizacja stanu wiedzy dotyczącej funkcjonowania psychospołecznego uczniów z inteligencją niższą niż przeciętna

Title variants
EN
Children in the twilight zone – a review of psychosocial functioning of children with below average intelligence
Languages of publication
PL
Abstracts
PL
Inteligencja niższa niż przeciętna to poziom sprawności intelektualnej mieszczący się pomiędzy -1,01 a -2,00 odchyleniem standardowym, tj. pomiędzy poziomem przeciętnym a upośledzeniem umysłowym. Osoby z inteligencją niższą niż przeciętna stanowią jedną z najbardziej zaniedbanych grup, zarówno w obszarze edukacji, jak również w systemie społecznym. Pomimo, iż jednostki te stanowią znaczną część naszego społeczeństwa (14% populacji) ich problemy wciąż pozostają ignorowane lub niezauważane. Celem niniejszego artykułu jest pogłębienie wiedzy czytelnika na temat problemów, jakich doświadczają dzieci i adolescenci z inteligencją niższą niż przeciętna w funkcjonowaniu poznawczym i psychospołecznym, poprzez prezentację rezultatów najważniejszych badań prowadzonych w tym obszarze w przeciągu ostatnich kilku lat na arenie międzynarodowej.
EN
Borderline intelligence is the level of intellectual ability located between -1.01 and - 2.00 standard deviations, i.e. between the average level and intellectual disability. People with borderline intellectual function constitute one of the most neglected groups, both in education as well as the social system. Despite the fact that these individuals represent a significant portion of our society (14% of the population), their problems remain ignored or overlooked. The aim of this paper is to deepen the reader's knowledge about the problems experienced by children and adolescents with borderline intelligence in their cognitive and psychosocial functioning and the contribution of recent international research to this field.
Journal
Year
Issue
Pages
24–36
Physical description
Dates
issued
2013-03-31
Contributors
  • Uniwersytet Gdański
  • Uniwersytet Gdański
  • Uniwersytet Gdański
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Notes
http://www.edukacja.ibe.edu.pl/images/numery/2013/1-2-jankowska-i-in-dzieci-szarej-strefy.pdf
Document Type
Publication order reference
Identifiers
ISSN
0239-6858
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.desklight-c4a291ab-91b9-42c0-822b-91b59c251001
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