Psychologists suggest that stories about Mickey Mouse, Micimackur, or Rupert Macirul discourage children from learning because in the real world animals do not talk or wear clothes.The majority of parents believe that different cartoons and storybooks should not be harmful to children, but rather provide great entertainment for them, and even learn from them. However, psychologists suggest that a Mickey, the Micimackуrуl or Rupert Macirulan, on the contrary, discourages children in their studies because in the real world animals do not speak or wear clothes. tale a disorder in which animals are endowed with human qualities, they should instead read more punctual books on the world of nature. According to Patricia Ganea, professor of psychology, a talking and dressing animals they will have a detrimental effect on children's lower learning abilities when they learn about these animals and, in general, about living in school.
As part of the experiment, some children between the ages of 3 and 5 read true-to-life books about animals, while others read tales about animals with human attributes. Then everything a child born alive we have tested and found that those who have read about anthropomorphic animals have far more thought that animals can truly speak than those who have more knowledge of the natural world.
The stories behind the animals spoken all the way back to Aesopus and the ancient ghosts, but almost all of today's stories - and especially Disney cartoons - have such types of animals. Professor Ganea a Frontiers in Psychology cнmы stressed in his article that he did not want parents to ban their children from these stories, but to read books about the nature of animals as well.