Formation of Mastering Morphology Mechanisms and Word Formation in Children: Neuroscientific Research

Kateryna KRUTY, Liudmyla KOVAL, Olena VAZHENINA, Iryna DESNOVA, Anatoly ZAHNITKO, Oksana POPOVSKA


The article presents an analysis of the problem of mastering morphology and word formation in children in neuroscience, biology and linguistics, identifies motivational mechanisms that contribute to learning experience, namely: joyful, meaningful, active, motivational and social - in mastering morphology and word formation in children. From a neuroscientific point of view, these features can contribute to the acquisition of skills and contribute to the mastery of morphology and word formation in children.

Models that describe the work of children's brains in mastering the morphological and lexical skills in them, expand the understanding of the probable mechanisms inherent in the human brain. In addition, studies of the cerebral cortex show that the brain of children is more vulnerable and sensitive to environmental influences, to the acquisition of knowledge than the brain of adults. With this in mind, the available scientific literature on the topic has been studied and (in most cases) the question of how each function can influence children's learning to master the basics of morphology and word formation has been studied. The importance of studying the research topic is due to the difficulties that arise in children when mastering morphology and word formation at different ages.


Motivational mechanisms; brain work; neuropsychology; interdisciplinary approach; integration of knowledge

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