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The presentation is aimed to systemize and generalize Russian and Western studies in developmental neuropsychology with
emphasis put on social aspects of child development. This approach stresses an influence of social and cultural factors on child
cognitive development, the social nature of mental functions formation and the role of mediation - a use of social means in the
genesis of higher mental functions and their rehabilitation in pathological states. Theoretical and methodological foundations of
developmental neuropsychology will be analyzed. The dynamic ontogenic localization of higher mental functions at variable levels
and types of brain structures and of their functional integration while acknowledging the same cognitive activity by children of
different ages are discussed. Different types and mechanisms of abnormal (or not typical) development will be described, including
dysgraphia, dyslexia, ADHD, memory, reasoning and motor disturbances and others. Qualitative and quantitative approaches to
neuropsychological assessment of children are compared. Neuropsychological remediation of mental and social functioning of
children is contrasted to pharmacological approach to help underdeveloped children. Some trends in the progress of developmental
neuropsychology will be discussed. The progress of developmental neuropsychology follows the general tendency all over the
world to replace the ?
?, relating subject?s - both adult or child- behaviour to definite brain areas with ?
?, analyzing the dynamics of brain / mental functioning interaction through the social conditions of subject?s life
that is viewing childhood disorders within a developmental context.
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