[{"title":"Play and its Role in the Mental Development of the Child","image":"edit\/uploads\/1521272509vygotsky-play.jpg","fullt":[" In this book Vygotsky explains the role of play in supporting the development of impulse control among children. By learning to subordinate their behavior to the rules of the game, children master their impulses and develop the competence of following rules. Play creates a context where impulse control becomes a fun and entertaining activity, and children willingly and happily resist against instant gratification of impulses and follow what Vygotsky called 'the line of greatest resistance.'",""],"desc":" In this book Vygotsky explains the role of play in supporting the development of impulse control among children. By learning to subordinate their behavior to the rules of the game,","id":"3"}]