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Cognitive need in puberty youth

Journal: Science Journal "NovaInfo" (Vol.137, No. 1)

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Page : 106-106


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Rapidly changing life forces society to reconsider the meaning and significance of cognitive needs in human life. Cognitive need includes three functions of the learning process: informational, developmental and educational. Interest in cognitive activity arises in primary school age, it is extremely important to consolidate it and develop it in the future. Primary school age is replaced by puberty and is accompanied by changes in the psyche, physiology, mental and social capabilities. The puberty period is characterized by increased emotionality, excitability, impulsivity and sudden mood swings. At this stage, studying ceases to be the main and main task of a teenager, giving way to communication. Therefore, an important task of teachers at this stage is to stimulate, support and develop cognitive activity. People of the puberty period are characterized by a variety of interests that form a complex system with one dominant group. The educational interests of puberty also form a system based on an emotional and cognitive attitude to cognitive and educational processes.

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