Features Of Mental Development In Children Of Indigenous Inhabitants Of Khabarovsk Territory


The article is devoted to the study of the mental state of children of the indigenous population of Khabarovsk Territory. Today, the issue of the state of mental health of the small-numbered peoples of the North remains relevant, due to the multinational composition of the population of our country. An increase in the number of various disorders in the field of mental health among children and adolescents has been revealed. In connection with this, there are problems in adaptation, the severity of socialization disorders, which further impede their adaptation in modern society. The prevalence of various forms of mental disorders in children is higher than that in the adult population. The main features of the upbringing of children in families and boarding schools are touched upon. The problems of the consequences of deprivation situations of raising children in state boarding-type institutions are considered. Unfavorable living conditions of children in the family and the impact of maternal deprivation in social institutions, which have various negative effects on the development of the regulatory, cognitive and emotional-personal sphere of children. In this regard, the need for the development of programs in order to create favorable conditions for improving social functioning, life, learning and development is justified.

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Gevorkyan, S. G., Baryl'nik, Y. B., & Timralyaev, R. A. (2022). Features Of Mental Development In Children Of Indigenous Inhabitants Of Khabarovsk Territory. In S. Afanasyev, A. Blinov, & N. Kovaleva (Eds.), State and Law in the Context of Modern Challenges, vol 122. European Proceedings of Social and Behavioural Sciences (pp. 220-225). European Publisher. https://doi.org/10.15405/epsbs.2022.01.36