Development of expressive-emotional sides of the preschool child’s speech by means of ntopsychological music therapy

  • Iryna Volzhentseva SHEE «Pereyaslav-Khmelnytskyi State Pedagogical University named after Hryhoriy Skovoroda»
Keywords: speech, communication, emotional and expressive side, music, active music therapy, ontopsychology, ontomusic therapy, rhythm, rhythmic and emotiogenic irritant, interests, needs, verbal instructions, cortex of big cerebral hemispheres, movement, action in singing


In this article the problem of expressive-emotional sides of preschool child’s speech components development is considered by means of ontomusic therapy. Due to the theoretical analysis of psycho physiological theories, which methodologically substantiated the development of emotional and expressive sides of children’s speech by means of active music therapy and the interaction of speech and music as the related, mutually influencing at each other sign and semiotic kinds of activity are considered. It is noted that music makes an impact on a person as the rhythmic and emotiogenic irritant.

The onto psychology as the modern direction of scientific psychology and psychotherapy which study the deep reasons of mental activity including ontologic aspects of human life is presented.

The onto music therapy as the direction of active music therapy which include the rhythm, movement, action in singing, sound, dance that are born in direct contact with a person and aimed at removals of tension, creative potential increase, creativeness of the preschool child is shown.

The stage-by-stage development of the emotional and expressive sides of speech by means of an onto music therapy directed on stabilization of a psycho emotional state, development of informative processes of the preschool age children is presented.


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Author Biography

Iryna Volzhentseva, SHEE «Pereyaslav-Khmelnytskyi State Pedagogical University named after Hryhoriy Skovoroda»

Dr. in Psychology, Professor, Professor of the Department of Psychology and Pedagogy of Preschool Education, Academician of the Ukraine Technological Academy,
SHEE «Pereyaslav-Khmelnytskyi State Pedagogical University named after Hryhoriy Skovoroda»,
30 Sukhomlinskyi Str., Pereyaslav-Khmelnitskyi, Kyiv reg., Ukraine, 08401


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Volzhentseva, I. (2017). Development of expressive-emotional sides of the preschool child’s speech by means of ntopsychological music therapy. PSYCHOLINGUISTICS, (22(1), 26-42.