1988'6, p.60
Korostelyova I. S. , Rotenberg V. S.
Search activities: problems of teaching and development

The importance of search activities for the normal mental development of a child and possible ways of the state of diving up search activity being formed in different age periods are considered. The study leads to a conclusion that frustration of the leading activity defining the child development stage is decisive for the development of the taught helplessness (as a sort of search refusal).