Об измерении развития и семейной среды ребенка
This article reports on the results of development of human mental abilities measurement method based on the stated theoretical positions. Such positions are represented by the following: the thesis formulated by M.I. Sechenov that a thought is generated in the process of establishing a connection between the object and its properties; the definition of thinking given by S.L. Rubinstein who wrote that in the process of solving a problem the object manifests its new properties and qualities, it shows a new side, a new content is "bailed out" of it, as well as the thesis about mental development of abilities formulated by V.D. Shadrikov.
Full preparation for taking the Russian State Exam in English with diagnostic tests, exam-type exercises and several full-size practice tests.
Naming difficulties are one of the most common language deficits in aphasia. The aim of the present study was to develop a psycholinguistic test for object and action naming in aphasia. Data collected during standardization of the subtest for naming objects (116 stimuli) and actions (197 stimuli) demonstrated, that the proposed test is sensitive to anomia in different types and severity of aphasia. Criterion and concurrent validity of the subtest were established as well. Based on collected data more compact subtests for use in the clinic with items of varying difficulty taking into account relevant psycholinguistic properties will be constructed.
There is great need for modern neuropsychological standardized tests for language assessment in aphasia in Russian. Our group is working on the development of the Russian Aphasia Test (RAT), Here we provide data on standardization of the subtests for single-word comprehension of actions and objects. The task for the both subtests was a word-picture matching task. The subtests were normed on people with aphasia and the control group. This resulted in the final set of 30 diagnostic trails for actions and objects matched on relevant psychometric properties that will be included in the final version of the RAT.