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azizi M. Prediction of behavioral disorders based on parenting styles in children with learning disabilities . Exceptional Education. 2018; 2 (151)
URL: http://exceptionaleducation.ir/article-1-1196-en.html
Exceptional education , azizimarziyeh12@gmail.com
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Acquiring information on the causes of behavioral disorders in students with special learning disorders as a high-risk population for designing, preparing and promoting appropriate psychological and therapeutic services with the aim of reducing negative outcomes and the development of further mental disorders and improving the function of this group of the students is essential.This study aimed at assess The role of parenting styles in predicting LD children behavioural disorder was conducted.This research method was a descriptive study was conducted using correlation and prediction model and statistical population formed by children with learning disorders referred to the education and rehabilitation centers of special learning disorders in Tehran Province.  By Purposive and voluntary samples, 130 subjects were selected. Data collection was included Baumrind's parenting styles questionnaire and Child Behavior Checklist for ages 6-18 Achenbach system of empirically based assessment (CBCL). data using Pearson’s Correlation Coefficient and multiple regression analysis was performed with SPSS software. The results showed that there is not no significant correlation among the authoritative and authoritarian parenting style with any of the components of behavioral disorders in LD children, and only the permissive parenting style was a significant predictor for LD children's externalizing problems. According to the results obtained in this study, Permissive parenting style significant predictors of behavioral disorders in children with special learning disorders.

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Type of Study: Original Article | Subject: يادگيري
Received: 2017/Nov/Fri | Revised: 2019/Jan/Fri | Accepted: 2018/Oct/Tue | Published: 2019/Jan/Fri | ePublished: 2019/Jan/Fri

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