1993'3, p.32
Pantina N. S.
Initial elements of psychic structures in early childhood

Stereotype formed in any period of child's development makes it possible to perform successfully once mastered actions. But the same stereotype prevents mastering of new forms of activity. Existing experience prevents working out of new means of activity, so it is. necessary to bring up the child capable to overcome such difficulties from early childhood. As soon as the child begins to organize his activity himself, he acquires inner experience, including elemental plans based on inner coordinating scemes.