Deklarowane a realizowane zachowania prospołeczne dzieci sześcioletnich
xmlui.dri2xhtml.METS-1.0.item-citation: Annales Academiae Paedagogicae Cracoviensis. 14, Studia Psychologica 1 (2003), s. -89
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The aim of the research was to analyse the declared and subsequently realised prosocial behaviour in six-year-old children and to find a correlation between these variables. On the basis of tests on 180 children I concluded that both the kind of motivation for declared behaviour the child aseribes itself and the level of realised behaviour depend on their category - helping or sharing and object (an adult or child). This shows that six- yers-old children lack intersituational consistency in justifying and realising prosocial behaviour. Usually children more often declare actions for the benefit of others than they realise them, but this regularity is modified by the contents of the situation. Also the kind of motivation does not unambiguously define prosocial behaviour, since it is some situations that children who ascribe prosocial motives to themselves achieve a higher level of action for the benefit of others. This indicates the undertaking of prosocial behaviour by children.