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Zapunidi, Anna A.

Lomonosov Moscow State University
Moscow, Russia

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Molchanov S.V., Almazova O.V., Poskrebysheva N.N., Zapunidi A.A. (2017). Personal autonomy as factor of developing responsibility in adolescence. National Psychological Journal. 1, 84-90.

The paper describes the research results of relationship between personal autonomy and responsibility level in adolescence. The theoretical idea of unity of freedom and responsibility can be regarded as link between personal autonomy and level of responsibility in adolescence. The hypothesis of correlation between level of responsibility and autonomy in adolescence is realized. The sample includes 368 school students aged from 13 to 17, Moscow, Russia. The questionnaire to diagnose autonomy defines emotional, cognitive, intellectual and behavioural components of autonomy. The second questionnaire describes the responsibility level using the example of different moral dilemmas. The results of the empirical research describe the hypothesis on the relationship between personal autonomy and level of responsibility. Personal autonomy includes value, emotional, cognitive and behavioural components. Cluster groups with different levels of autonomy are defined: high autonomy, intellectual autonomy, low autonomy and disharmonic type of autonomy. Higher level of a number of autonomy components correlates with higher level of responsibility. Analysis of moral norm deviation shows that type and content of moral dilemma play an important role in responsibility acceptance. Gender differences in level of responsibility is defined in the following way: females show higher level of responsibility than males.

Received: 02/07/2017

Accepted: 02/24/2017

Pages: 84-90

DOI: 10.11621/npj.2017.0110

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Keywords: responsibility; adolescence; personality autonomy; moral-value orientation; emotional autonomy; cognitive autonomy; value autonomy; behavioral autonomy;

Available Online: 30.03.2017

Zapunidi A.A. (2013). Features of graphic activity of preschool children with different image plot. National Psychological Journal, 1(9), 121–126

The aim of the study is to identify the qualitative features in the development of speech and expressive activity in children with various kinds of visual design. The notion of visual design in psychology lacks operational application. It is associated with such mental functions as planning, goal setting, unconsciousness and voluntary regulation.

The following research objectives were identified: to conceptualise the notion of visual design for children in pre-school age, to identify the main stages of its development and to determine the characteristics of graphic activity development at each stage. The study of fine arts activity involves analysis of narration which accompanies image drawing.

The paper identifies the stages of image plot development in preschool children: the image plot is not an interim plan, template plot, holistic plot. The periods of image plot will complement the existing classification (O. Dyachenko, Y. Poluyanov). The quality of drawing is dependent on the image plot, the ability to produce images of perception, the level of sign-symbolic substitution depends on image plot. The image plot is significantly correlates with the level of sign-symbolic substitution when a child composes his/her own story. To analyze children’s activity is necessary to consider the process of creating a drawing, which is accompanied by narration. In the paper the specific features of drawing a picture by children with different levels of image plot are described. Speech activity indicators in children with different levels of image plot are revealed.

Received: 01/09/2013

Accepted: 01/24/2013

Pages: 121-126

DOI: 2079-6617/2013.0116

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Keywords: drawing; drawing intention; pictorial activity; semiotic and symbolic substitution; speech activity;


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