Tatyana N. Kotova, The Cognitive Research Centre, Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA)
Tatyana O. Yudina, Institute of Psychology, RSUH
Alexey A. Kotov Laboratory for cognitive research, National Research University «Higher School of Economics»
Российский журнал когнитивной науки, Journal Year: 2014, Volume and Issue: № 1–2, P. 39 - 53

Published: Jan. 1, 2014

In the second year of life, infants are actively interested in objects used by adults, despite the number of experienced difficulties in achieving their goals while handling these objects. What causes the child attempt to handle an object for a designated purpose while watching the adult? One of the evident explanations concerns the effectiveness of the adults behavior and the child’s desire to achieve the same result. However, multiple studies have shown that a child is guided not exclusively by the hoped-for result, but also by the adults intention. In our study, we verified the reason guiding a child’s choice …

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Abdullah Aktas, School of Graduate Studies, Ibn Haldun University, Turkey.
Sefa Bulut Department of Counseling and Guidance Psychology, School of Educational Sciences, Ibn Haldun University, Istanbul, Turkey.
International Journal of Psychology and Counselling, Journal Year: 2021, Volume and Issue: Vol. 13(4), P. 92 - 99

Published: Oct. 1, 2021

Various studies claim that war has devastating effects on the psychological well-being of its victims. Such conflicts destroy not only cities and their infrastructure but also the established systems; such as the schooling system. In the wake of such destruction, millions of children are displaced and find themselves apart from their homes and their schools. Their attempts at accommodating themselves with the host communities are not easy, given the immense trauma they experienced. The resulting psychological and social problems make it more difficult for these children to fit in. The disruption to their education is yet another factor that affects …

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