Transformation of motivational components within the programme for binocular vision correction in children and adolescents
I.E. Rabichev1, A.V. Kotov2, A.P. Novikova3
1 Moscow State Pedagogical University,
2 P.K. Anokhin Institute of Normal Physiology, Moscow;
3 Yaroslav-the-Wise Novgorod State University, Veliky Novgorod, Russia
As a result of our observations we propose an original complex of correction methods for binocular vision control in children and adolescents. The method is based on the phenomena of transformation of situational motivation into motivation to achieve «a virtual visual image», an epiphenomenon of normal vision, which occurs in case of physiological diplopia. The positive effect of the vision correction has been facilitated by directed and selective effect of physiological effort on various components of motivational sphere of children and adolescents.
Keywords: achievement motivation, functional correction, binocular vision.