Rola kontekstu społecznego w atypowym rozwoju dziewcząt i kobiet z zespołem Turnera
Zofia Dołęga, Tomasz Irzyniec
Rocznik: 2015 Tom: 21 Numer: 1
The subject of work was an analysis of the role of social context of atypical development carried out from the perspective of the Urie Bronfenbrenner theory ecological systems. Atypical development refers to the range of problems and disorders assessed from the point of view of the wider development standards. Atypical development can have a signifi cant variation due to causes and conditions in the framework of individual developmental trajectories: of both favorable and unfavorable, synergistic and dissynergistic, often interacting factors of social context. Psychological development of girls and women with Turner syndrome due to an underlying genetic disorder is evidently disturbed, but also as empirical studies have shown (with the participation of over 300 girls and women with Turner syndrome), heterogeneous and diverse. About how much, is decided not only by the clinical nature of the disorder, but also the environmental context and social development: the popularization of knowledge on the subject, legal arrangements, supporting patients and their families, acceptance on the psychological and sociological diversity conducive to the development of mental activity, and self-realization of girls and women with TS. The contextual factors become particularly important for neuroscience and its practical applications, for example, education based on neuroscience.