Ранние сиблинговые исследования

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  • Надежда Зырянова

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54359/ps.v1i2.1028

Ключевые слова:

семья, конфигурация семьи, сиблинги, порядок рождения, интервалы между рождениями, пол сиблингов, первенцы, единственный ребенок, теории порядка рождения

Аннотация

Данная статья представляет собой обзор ранних (до 1965 г.) исследований влияния семейного окружения на индивидуальность детей. Рассматриваются теории А.Адлера, В.Томана, М.Боуэна и ряд эмпирических исследований, направленных на проверку правильности теоретических положений этих авторов. Делается вывод о том, что ранние работы показали важность изучения фактора порядка рождения, но не смогли объяснить причины его влияния на особенности личности, ее установки и поведение. Многие вопросы, касающиеся роли порядка рождения и семейной динамики в развитии личности, остались открытыми. Эффект порядка рождения оказался более сложным, чем большинство исследователей полагало в 1920–1965 гг. Выяснение роли эффекта порядка рождения в личностном развитии – тема будущих исследований.

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Автор

Надежда Зырянова

Зырянова Надежда Михайловна. Кандидат психологических наук, доцент кафедры психогенетики, факультет психологии, Московский государственный университет им. М.В.Ломоносова, Моховая, д. 11, стр. 5, 125009 Москва, Россия. E-mail: nzyr@mail.ru

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Зырянова, Н. (2008). Ранние сиблинговые исследования. Психологические исследования, 1(2). https://doi.org/10.54359/ps.v1i2.1028

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