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Възрастови особености на сетивното познание на ученици от начална училищна възраст според психоаналитичната периодизация на Зигмунд Фройд
Age Characteristics of Sensory Knowledge in Primary School Age by Psychoanalytic Periodization of Sigmund Freud

Author(s): Mariyana Stamboliyska
Subject(s): Philosophy, Social Sciences, Education, Psychology, Special Branches of Philosophy, Preschool education, School education, Educational Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Psychology of Self, Psychoanalysis
Published by: Национално издателство за образование и наука „Аз-буки“
Keywords: sensory knowledge; children; primary school age; perception; psychoanalytic periodization

Summary/Abstract: This article aims to present the perspective of psychoanalytic periodization age of the school students from the initial stage of primary education. In psychoanalysis self-concept is part of the personal sphere and its content influences the perception and the perception of people for their determination and to build his idea of a specific human being. The period of primary school age, according to psychoanalytic periodization is called “Latent period” covering 6-7 years of age and adolescence. In this particular phase of child development, sexual development according to Sigmund Freud as if interrupted. The interests of children in this period focused primarily on communicating with their peers and school activities. With knowledge in school are enriched the intellectual and moral and aesthetic feelings. Sensory knowledge is only one part of the total knowledge of the individual, directed to her and to the surrounding world. According to Sigmund Freud social experiences reflect meaningful wishes and interests of individuals and thus structuring one of the most important countries in its formation – values and direction to build a strategy for behavior and activity. All this is a reason to be directed more noticeable children’s attention to the general conditions of school life and school activities and thus provide a full development of their overall personality.

  • Issue Year: 25/2016
  • Issue No: 2
  • Page Range: 203-207
  • Page Count: 5
  • Language: Bulgarian