Research of Anticipatory (Prognostic) Abilities in Adolescents with Limited Health Opportunities

  • K. V. PyrkovaEmail author
  • A. F. Minullina
Conference paper
Part of the Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies book series (SIST, volume 139)


The article is devoted to the study of anticipatory (prognostic) skills in adolescents with limited possibilities of health. The paper presents a theoretical review of domestic and foreign studies of the anticipation phenomenon. The study involved participants aged 13–15 with severe speech disorders and cerebral palsy with safe intellect – students of Kazan educational institutions. The methods used in the study: observation, conversation, method of testing (“prognostic ability” methodology by L.A. Regush), mathematical methods of data processing. Within the factor model of structure of the ability to predict (L.A. Regush), it was detected that such qualities of thinking as analyticality, perspectivity, awareness, flexibility, and argumentativeness are particularly evident in adolescents. Their combination and manifestation allowed to detect differences in the ability to predict (anticipation) in adolescents with severe speech disorders and infantile cerebral palsy.


Anticipation Forecasting Thinking Severe speech disorders Infantile cerebral palsy Adolescents 



The study was carried out with the support of the Russian Foundation for Basic Research in the framework of the research project No. 18-013-01012 “Subjective experience of mental states in the situation of life prediction”.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Institute of Psychology and EducationKazan (Volga Region) Federal UniversityKazanRussia

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