) An operation that initially represents a external activity is reconstructed and starts to occur internally. It is of particular importance for the development of the superior mental processes … b) An interpersonal process is transformed into a intrapessoal process. All the functions in the development of the child appear two times: first, in social level e, later, in the individual one; first, between people (interpsicolgica) e, later, in the interior of the child (intrapsicolgica). … c) The transformation of an interpersonal process in a intrapessoal process is the result of a long series of events occurred throughout the development. (VIGOTSK, 2007, P. 57 – grifos of the author) the stimulatons of the way in the formation of any person happen of natural form being able to contribute positive negative or in the life of it.
In the person with high abilities the social conviviality is made it difficult many times for the existing mannering divergence between the pairs. In general the person with ability above average has gostos and incompatible behaviors with the others of the same etria band and hardly are well accepted in another group. This disparity almost it always takes it to the isolation. It needs, therefore, a special attention of the familiar ones for the integration of the adept person with the social environment so that the influences can benefit it. 3 ACTIONS AND REACTIONS OF the FAMILY AND the HIGH SCHOOL AHEAD OF PHENOMENON HABILIDADES/SUPERDOTAO the family, in general the parents, to if coming across with attitudes of the son or son, little common for etria band of them, the first reaction is of perplexity and to follow of pride for considering that the child has a bonanza intelligence. With passing of the time these first reactions of the place to the fear and the unreliability for not knowing to deal with situations where the child with ability above average acts in different way them excessively of its age, she presents interests considered inadequate for that phase of the life or questions situations and facts that many times leave the parents without answers and arguments enough to justify them.