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Type of publication: research article
Type of publication (PDB): Straipsnis kitose duomenų bazėse / Article in other databases (S4)
Field of Science: Psichologija / Psychology (S006)
Author(s): Kepalaitė, Albina
Title: Destruktyvaus elgesio mokykloje koreliatai : vyresniųjų paauglių menkavertiškumo jausmas ir socialinio intereso lygis
Other Title: Correlates of destructive behaviour at school: inferiority feeling and the level of social interest of youngsters in their late teens
Is part of: Specialusis ugdymas = Special Education. Šiauliai : Šiaulių universiteto leidykla., 2008, nr. 1(18)
Extent: p. 46-53
Date: 2008
Keywords: Paauglys;Menkavertiškumo jausmas;Pranašumo siekis;Destruktyvus elgesys;Paauglio psichologija;Psychology of youngsters;Youngsters;Destructive behaviour;Inferiority/superiority feelings
Abstract: Pagrindiniai asmenybę aiškinantys individualiosios psichologijos konstruktai yra menkavertiškumo jausmas ir socialinis interesas. Manoma, kad žmogaus elgesį lemia menkavertiškumo kompensavimo kryptis, kuri priklauso nuo socialinio intereso sklaidos. Šių asmenybės darinių sąsajos padėtų numatyti netinkamo elgesio korekcijos būdus, tačiau tokių tyrimų vyresniųjų paauglių atžvilgiu stokojama. Straipsnyje pateikiami vyresniųjų paauglių menkavertiškumo jausmo ir socialinio intereso sąsajų ypatumai lyties atžvilgiu. Tyrimų duomenys rodo, kad socialinis interesas ir menkavertiškumo jausmas lyties atžvilgiu nesiskiria; socialinis interesas ir menkavertiškumo jausmas labai silpnai siejasi
It has been established that because of biological, social and psychological changes teenagers tend to run a risk of anti-social destructive behaviour, also adjustment, emotional and behaviour difficulties. Theoretical and empirical researches tend to be restricted to the statement of facts concerning the phenomenon and explore links with some personality features. This doesn't reveal the deep origins of pedagogical problems and impedes designing prevention programmes to prevent problem behaviour. Individual psychology is closest to such pedagogical practice. Its theoretical principles and practical realisation has passed the test of educational reforms in Austria and USA. Besides, individual psychology right from its beginnings aimed at establishing close links between pedagogy and psychology, that is why it is closer to school practices. Individual psychology postulates that the main power activating humans is compensation of a universal and unavoidable feeling of inferiority (Adler, 2003). It can manifest itself through self-development, through problem solution, but also it can happen at the expense of others: by exploiting others, by being violent, by destructive behaviour and preventing others from adequate adjustment. Research based on the principles of this theory is scarce. However, it has been established that Adler's ideas about the development of social interest and self-regulation had been used in preventive programmes which had a positive impact on the interrelations among the students and adjustment at school, on the moral development, in cases of ADHS (Ostrovsky, Parr, Gradel, 1992; Edwards, Kern, 1995; Edwards, Gfroerer, 2001).[...]
Affiliation(s): Vytauto Didžiojo universitetas
Appears in Collections:Universiteto mokslo publikacijos / University Research Publications

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