Proceedings of the International Conference on the Development of Education in Russia and the CIS Member States (ICEDER 2018)

Peculiarities of Dissinchrony in the Intellectually Gifted 7-Year-Old Children

Authors
Tatyana Bashkireva, Anastasia Bashkireva, Alexander Morozov
Corresponding Author
Alexander Morozov
Available Online December 2018.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/iceder-18.2018.17How to use a DOI?
Keywords
children, intellectually gifted, dyssynchrony, physical development, mental development, adaptation, training, child, abilities, talent, intellect, makings
Abstract
The article discusses the issues of dyssynchrony in the intellectually gifted seven-year-old children. The results of the study show that in children of the designated age category, mental and physical development are interrelated, which coincides with previously published scientific data. In artistic gifted boys and girls, a high level of physical development coincides with a mental one, which testifies to the age giftedness. Musically gifted boys and girls have a dyssynchronism between physical and mental development. The obtained data on the physical development and functional maturity of the examined people confirm the presence of dyssynchronism in both children with a high level of abilities and intellectually gifted children. Based on the obtained empirical data, it can be argued that the above phenomenon is characterized by various mechanisms that increase the resistance of the growing organism to the factors that negatively affect it.
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AU  - Tatyana Bashkireva
AU  - Anastasia Bashkireva
AU  - Alexander Morozov
PY  - 2018/12
DA  - 2018/12
TI  - Peculiarities of Dissinchrony in the Intellectually Gifted 7-Year-Old Children
BT  - International Conference on the Development of Education in Russia and the CIS Member States (ICEDER 2018)
PB  - Atlantis Press
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SN  - 2352-5398
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