СОН РЕБЕНКА В ОНТОГЕНЕЗЕ И ИСПОЛЬЗОВАНИЕ СТАНДАРТИЗОВАННОГО ОПРОСНИКА ДЛЯ ОЦЕНКИ ПОВЕДЕНИЯ ДЕТЕЙ ВО ВРЕМЯ СНА


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Аннотация

Рассмотрены вопросы онтогенеза сна ребенка начиная с этапа внутриутробного развития плода. Приведены данные о формировании определенных состояний плода, являющихся аналогами активного и спокойного сна в постнатальном периоде. Обсуждаются важнейшие нейробиологические предпосылки формирования поведенческих состояний ребенка, начиная с периода новорожденности и до подросткового возраста. Представлены сведения о специфике формирования периодов сна и бодрствования у новорожденных, родившихся в исходе преждевременных родов. Рассматриваются изменения биоэлектрической активности головного мозга в различных состояниях ребенка на отдельных этапах онтогенеза. Дано обоснование риска формирования определенных вариантов нарушений сна у детей различных возрастных групп. Приведена разработанная автором русскоязычная версия стандартизованного опросника Child’s Sleep Habits Questionnaire (CSHQ), предназначенного для выявления расстройств сна у детей дошкольного и школьного возраста на основе анкетирования родителей. 


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И. А. Кельмансон
Институт специальной педагогики и психологии международного университета семьи и ребенка им. Рауля Валленберга; Санкт-Петербургский государственный институт психологии и социальной работы
Россия

Адрес для корреспонденции: Кельмансон Игорь Александрович – доктор медицинских наук, профессор кафедры клинической психологии Института специальной педагогики и психологии Международного университета семьи и ребенка им. Рауля Валленберга, профессор кафедры общей, возрастной и дифференциальной психологии Санкт-Петербургского государственного института психологии и социальной работы

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For citation: Kelmanson I.A. CHILD SLEEP ONTOGENY AND APPLICATION OF THE STANDARDIZED QUESTIONNAIRE FOR THE EVALUATION OF CHILD BEHAVIOUR DURING SLEEP. Rossiyskiy Vestnik Perinatologii i Pediatrii (Russian Bulletin of Perinatology and Pediatrics). 2017;62(3):37-52. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.21508/1027-4065-2017-62-3-37-52

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