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shamsaei F, shokohi Z, farhadian M, sadeghian E. Comparison of social skills of primary school children with and without parents with mental disorders. Avicenna J Nurs Midwifery care. 2019; 27 (2)
URL: http://nmj.umsha.ac.ir/article-1-1891-en.html
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Abstract:   (621 Views)
IIntroduction: Social skills are considered one of the important factors in the success or failure of every individual in a social. The present study was designed to determine the social skills of primary school children with and without parents of mental disorders.
Method:  In this research we selected with sampling way 60 kids between 6-12 years with mental disorder parents and 60 kids between 6-12 years without mental disorder parents. Research setting was Farshchian hospital in Hamadan city in 2017. Data collected with demographic questionnaire and Gresham and Eliot with category scale of social skills that
 fulfillment with parents. Data analyzed with SPSS 21 and descriptive statistics and inferential statistics including T test, covariance analysis and Chi-square test.
Result: Consequence showed score of social skill in kids with mental disorder is 56.43 ± 10.81 and in kids without mental disorder is 58.46± 8.70. With comparison in social skill in two groups showed that they are not significant different in mean Score in social skills and its dimensions (Cooperation, decisiveness, self-control and responsibility). Although there aren’t significant different between two groups, means score in witness group was more than another group (p=0.259)
Conclusion:  The social skills of children in both groups were in the medium range and were not of a desirable level. This calls for a review of family-based educational and educational approaches, as well as training programs for the promotion of social skills.
Type of Study: Research | Subject: Nursing
Received: 2018/06/10 | Accepted: 2018/10/10 | Published: 2019/03/27

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