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Bulletin of the MRSU / Section "Psychology" / 2018 № 1.


O.V. Suvorova, A.A. Shalina

PARENTS’ EMOTIONAL-SPEECH INFLUENCE AS A FACTOR IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF A PRESCHOOLER’S MORAL CHOICE. In: Bulletin of the Moscow Region State University (electronic journal), 2018, no. 1.


UDC Index: 37.015.32; 159.922

Date of publication: 28.03.2018

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The article analyzes the results of the empirical research of the methods of parents’ emotional speech influence on the formation of a senior preschool child as a subject of moral choice. For the analysis of emotional speech influence the author’s questionnaire “Ways of influence of parents on moral development of the preschool child” (O. V. Suvorova, A. A. Shalina) was used. The authors studied the emotional-verbal ways of parental influence on the older preschooler in the process of moral education. It is shown that only about half of parents use positive ways of emotional impact on the moral behavior of their children. The prospects of further exploring the problem are defined. The authors associate them with the development of psychological and pedagogical support programs, as well as with training parents to use positive methods of emotional-speech influence on the moral development of a child.

Key words

parents, senior preschooler, moral development, subject of moral choice, emotional-speech influence, encouragement, reprimand

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