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Agavelyan Ruben Oganesovich
Доктор психологических наук, Doctor Psychological Sciences, Professor of chair Correctional Pedagogics and Psychology, Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University, ruben_h_ag @ mail.ru, Novosibirsk
Agavelyan Oganes Karapetovich
Доктор психологических наук, Professor of the Department of Special Education and Psychology of the Institute of the childhood, Novosibirsk state pedagogical university, oganesagavelyan@yandex.ru, Novosibirsk

VOICE AND SOCIAL ADAPTATION OF MENTALLY RETARDED IN SOCIETY

Abstract: 
Problem and purpose. The review on a problem of influence of a voice and its characteristics on process of identification and the emotional relation of persons with intellectual insufficiency to the interlocutor is presented in article that is significant diagnostic criterion of formation socially – perceptual compliance of the personality. The main questions and structure of nineteen component voice codes as instrument of communication of people with intellectual insufficiency are reflected. The perspective of identification of social efficiency in activity and communication in the course of reflection of significant another is described. Fea-tures and specifics of formation of the relations in a dyad are characterized. The most significant components of a voice code are characterized. The voice is pre-sented as the tool of assessment of the personality and the forecast of her probabil-istic manifestations to situations of interpersonal communication.
Keywords: 
social perception, voice, social adaptation, intellectual insufficiency, intonation, extralinguistic signs, paralinguistic signs, identification, empathy, tolerance, psychological correction
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