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theory of planned stage-by-stage formation of mental actions



Shabelnikov V.K. (2017). The logic and mechanisms of the develpimg mental processes in P.Ya. Galperin’s theory. National Psychological Journal. 3, 56-61.

The paper presents P.Ya. Galperin’s ideas of the psychological content of interiorization. P.Ya. Galperin considered the psyche as subject’s orienting activity and defined its functional role in the subject’s human activity. The internal orienting activity retains structural similarity with practical activities. The internal plan of activity is deemed as a «reserve field» that is necessary for testing actions in certain situations and disclosing the conditions for implementing them. The mental image arises as a component of activity, represents the features of objects being necessary for orientation and construction of actions. P.Ya. Galperin distinguishes features of two types of situations: where the psyche is not the primary matter and where the psyche is the primary matter. The principal ideas of the gradual development of mental actions theory and the method of directed development of mental processes as a re-creation of the logic of mental phenomena that reveal the psychological content of interiorization are discussed. The author justifies the concept of «subject logic of developed actions» that objectively dictates the logic of organizing not only cognitive, but also mental processes.

Received: 07/14/2017

Accepted: 07/31/2017

Pages: 56-61

DOI: 10.11621/npj.2017.0307

Keywords: internalization; orienting activity; theory of planned stage-by-stage formation of mental actions; method of directed develppment; subject logic of developed actions;

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Available Online: 10/10/2017

Podolskij A.I. (2006).There Is Nothing More Practical… National Psychological Journal,1(1), 54-57

The article analyses the present status of the gradual formation of mental actions theory developed by famed Russian psychologist P.Y.Galperin. It discusses practical application of the theory in the field of education.

Pages: 54-57

Keywords: theory of planned stage-by-stage formation of mental actions; Galperin P.Y.; learning process; the formation of human competence;

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