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Déficience mentale, conduites d’autonomisation et résolution de problème en période précoce : analyse factorielle des comportements parent–enfant non déficient et porteur d’une trisomie 21

Abstract : The empirical studies of tutoring until now were concerned little with the situation of the children carrying an early mental deficiency placed in situation of interactions of assisted training of sensorimotor level. By having recourse to a comparative approach between dyads non-defective parend-child of second year of life and parent-child carrying a Down syndrome of the same age of development, the present study shows that the parental interventions of the two populations are characterized primarily by a request of autonomous operation on behalf of the child. On their side, the children of the two populations take an active share in the resolution of the problem, and this even in the absence of parental intervention. The discussion analyses the influence of Down syndrome characteristics on the task achievement and the influence of the parental strategies.
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Fabienne Lemétayer, Jean-Baptiste Lanfranchi. Déficience mentale, conduites d’autonomisation et résolution de problème en période précoce : analyse factorielle des comportements parent–enfant non déficient et porteur d’une trisomie 21. European Review of Applied Psychology / Revue Européenne de Psychologie Appliquée, Elsevier, 2006, 56 (3), pp.179-189. ⟨10.1016/j.erap.2005.09.001⟩. ⟨hal-02954079⟩

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