Journal: Drug Invention Today

Article Id: JPRS-Pcol-00002333
Title: Prediction of ability among disabled school students: Possibilities and limitations of diagnostic tools
Category: Pharmacology
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    Aim: The relevance of the study is conditioned by the fact that prediction is an element of leading activity and behavior. It participates in the processes of a person adaptation to changing environmental conditions. The ability to predict is seen as the resource of successful socialization that is significant for a disabled child. Methods: The analysis of the current state is provided concerning the problem of prediction and the most promising trends of its further development for disabled schoolchildren are given. The necessity of prediction psychology general subject differentiation is substantiated as an important term of its constructive study. Prediction psychology should be studied differentially, in three basic aspects, cognitive, regulative, and communicative one, in significant situations of a student’s communication (with adults, peers, parents, and family members and in virtual communication). Results: They evaluated the existing psychodiagnostic toolkit to reveal various aspects of minor schoolchildren ability to anticipate future situations, the capabilities of this toolkit for the detection of prediction deficit among schoolchildren. Conclusion: The study of the ability to anticipate future situations among primary schoolchildren is not only a research task today but also a social mission of scholars to model and predict the success of socialization processes, prevent the initial process of deviant behavior development among disabled children, and reduce the risks of destructive and deviant behavior occurrence among adolescents and young men.

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    Evgeniya A. Kuznetcova, Anna I. Akhmetzyanova*, Tatiana V. Artemyeva

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    Department of Defectology and Clinical Psychology, Kazan Federal University 18 Kremlyovskaya Street, Kazan 420008, Russian Federation, Russia

    *Corresponding author: Anna I. Akhmetzyanova, Deputy Director for Research of the Institute of Psychology and Education, Department of Defectology and Clinical Psychology, Kazan Federal University 18 Kremlyovskaya Street, Kazan 420008, Russian Federation.

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    Evgeniya A. Kuznetcova, Anna I. Akhmetzyanova*, Tatiana V. Artemyeva

    Title:Prediction of ability among disabled school students: Possibilities and limitations of diagnostic tools
    Journal:Drug Invention Today
    Vol(issue):10 (July)
    Year:2018
    Page No: (1112-1115)
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    Methodology:Diagnostic tools
    Research Materials:Primary schoolchildren,

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Anticipation of future situations Developmental disabilities Diagnostic tools Prediction Primary schoolchildren Social norms

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