Development of a Child during the Third-Year Crisis and Ways to Preserve his Psychological Health in the Family
AbstractThe third-year crisis is a crucial period of psychosocial development of a person. To preserve and strengthen psychological health of a child, adults have to create special conditions for interaction and communication with a child. These include various activities with the child and establishment of positive emotional contact between parents and the child, taking into account the age-specific and individual features of the child while controlling his behavior in the family, outside the family and in other situations.
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