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Poster
PS25P-03-255

Psychological peculiarities of abandoned children's social adaptation

[Speaker] Kalymbetova, Elmira:1
[Co-author] Arystan, Kuralay:1, Baimoldina, Laura:1, Zholdassova, Manzura:1, Duisenbekov, Davlet:1
1:Al-Farabi Kazakh National University (Kazakhstan)

Research-study aims to reveal abandoned children's individual-psychological peculiarities of readiness for social adaptation with applying C.Rogers's, R.Diamond's inventory, D.Leontyev's test of life-meaning orientations, L.Wasserman's technique of personal activity degree measurement, N.Gumenyuk's questionnaire of activity type and P.Kuznetzov's method of adaptation study. A certain connection between effectiveness of social adaptation and person's character activity had been revealed. It manifests by the fact that abandoned children rely on their own forces and their awareness of possibility of maintaining personal life influence on social adaptation degree and determine their social needs and motives. It had been proved that effectiveness of abandoned children's social-psychological adaptation is strictly connected with their personal activity to choose and realize significant living needs and peculiarities of their satisfaction. Research study demonstrates empirically and statistically that abandoned children's psychological peculiarities determine their personal relations to themselves, other people, social environment and general life orientation.
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