Mental States of Children with Hearing Disorders in a Forecasting Situation

LIRA ARTISHCHEVA, ANNA AKHMETZYANOVA

Abstract


This article describes the correlation and interdependence of mental states and forecasting capabilities of children of primary school age with hearing disorders and normotypic development. It reveals the specificity of the forecasting structure depending on the severity of mental states. Determining the modality of mental state involved the “Locomotive” method, the level of anxiety was measured using the “Anxiety Test” technique, and forecasting skills were assessed according to the method called “The ability to predict in situations of potential or real violation of social norms”. It was found that forecasting of children with hearing disorders prediction in their communication with adults is determined by the state of anxiety. Forecasting of children without any hearing disorders is not directly associated the severity of a mental state. The modality of mental state and the level of anxiety determine the structure of forecasting.

Keywords


Mental States, Forecasting, Hearing Disorder, StructureText


DOI
10.12783/dtssehs/icesd2020/34087

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