Author(s)T. A. Silantieva
History of Russia. Soviet Union. Former Soviet Republics
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AbstractThe aim of the theoretical study in this paper is consider social behavior as an example of self-regulation activity. The author discusses some foreign and Russian theories of self-regulationin the focus of social behaviour and the posibilities of their use as a methodology for inclusive education. Meaning units formed in the community serve as the basis for the formation of self-regulation within the community.