The article considers the role of communication as an important component of personality development in adolescence. Relevance is substantiated by the fact that communicative abilities are individual and psychological features of the individual, which are a condition for effective interaction with others. Studying of the factors of development of communicative properties will allow to develop more effective programs of development and to facilitate the level of socialization of a teenager.
The assumption is made that the development of communicative qualities is influenced by a number of personal factors, adjusting which can contribute to better development of teenager communicative. In order to verify this assumption, a program for the diagnosis of adolescents was developed, and the results of these studies are presented in the article in the form of tables.
The paper presents the results of the correlation analysis of the dependence of the development of communicative properties on the level of development of personality traits of a teenager. Primary consideration is given to the analysis of the entire sample, which allows us to follow the general trends in the development of the communicative sphere in adolescence. In the following, the results of the sample analysis by age and gender criteria are presented and analyzed. Additionally, there are common and distinctive features of the development of the communicative sphere of teenagers of all ages (12-13 and 14-15 years), and the differences between boys and girls.
Thus, a number of personal qualities were identified that are factors that influence the development of communicative properties of teenagers. This will allow the development of a quality program that will open up new opportunities for communication development in the declared age group.
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