Family Relationship of Children with Behavior Disorders

Lama Majed Al-Qaisy, Jihad Turki

Abstract


Abstract

The present study aims to determine the relationship of the families of children with childhood behavior disorders. In a sample of 263 students in the age group of 10-12 years studying in 4th, 5th and 6th standards in the elementary schools of Tafila city. The researcher analyzed the family relationship of the three groups of families based on two factors such as cohesion and conflict. Investigator also compared these factors in the families of children with no behavior disorders, with that of families of children with mild and severe behavior disorders.  The results of the study reveals that, a high cohesion and less conflict is found among the families of children with no behavior problems and low cohesion and conflict in the families of children with severe behavior problems.

 

Keywords: family, relationship, children, behavior disorders


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/ijld.v1i1.1048

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