Эмоциональная компетентность дошкольника и детско-родительские отношения

Translated title of the contribution: PRESCHOOLERS’ EMOTIONAL COMPETENCE AND PARENT-CHILD RELATIONSHIPS

С.С. Савенышева, Н.Н. Смирнова

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Abstract

The article presents the result of a study of preschool children’s emotional competence and
its relation to parent-child emotional communication. The article highlights that various components
of preschool children’s emotional competence closely interact with each other. It also underlines that
girls have a higher level of emotional competence than boys. The analysis of the interaction between
various components of emotional competence and parent-child relationships shows that children’s
emotional competence is predetermined by their parents’ emotional interaction with each other and
the results are different for boys and girls.
Translated title of the contributionPRESCHOOLERS’ EMOTIONAL COMPETENCE AND PARENT-CHILD RELATIONSHIPS
Original languageRussian
Pages (from-to)60-68
JournalПсихолого-педагогический поиск
Issue number1(53)
StatePublished - 25 Feb 2020

Keywords

  • emotional competence
  • identification of emotions
  • emotional reflection
  • emotional self-regulation
  • empathy
  • anxiety
  • emotional expression
  • preschool children
  • parent-child communication

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