Subbotsky, a Russian psychologist, demonstrates that many children--and some adults--will often accept mysterious disappearances and creations, perceiving them not as tricks or illusions but as actual occurrences. His analysis shows that alongside our everyday belief in object permanence, we also have a set of quasi- magical beliefs that can be activated by appropriate situations and behaviors. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR70 | 60 o 50 a#39;S o5 40 3 fairy tale everyday reality 1 grade (7 years) 2 grade (8 years) 3 grade (9 years) Age groups ___ Children who ... Children who carried out magical practice in their real-life behaviour. ... However, children from the 2nd and 3rd grades used the magical mode of assimilation of phenomenon in their realanbsp;...
|Title||:||Foundations of the Mind|
|Author||:||Eugene V. Subbotsky, Evgeniĭ Vasilʹevich Subbotskiĭ|
|Publisher||:||Harvard University Press - 1993-01-01|