Volume 3, Issue 125 (8-2014)                   Exceptional Education 1393, __(125): 7-16 | Back to browse issues page

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Hemati Alamdarloo G, Hosseinkhanzadeh A A, Arjmandi M S, Teymoori Asfichi M M, Taher M. The Role of Mothers' Parenting Style on Prediction of Behavior Problems in Preschool Children with Intellectual Disability . Exceptional Education. 2014; 3 (125) :7-16
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1- Assisstant Professor University of Shiraz , ghorban_hemati@yahoo.com
2- Assisstant Professor University of Guilan
3- M.A. student University of Shiraz
4- Ph.D. student Mohaghegh Ardabili University
Abstract:   (10356 Views)
The aim of present study was to predict behavior problems of preschool children with intellectual disability based on parenting style of their mothers. This descriptive study is correlational. The statistical population of this research includes the whole mothers of preschool children with intellectual disability in Shiraz city. The sample size was 58 mothers of preschool children with intellectual disability that were selected by purposeful sampling. Parenting Styles Questioner (Robinson et al., 1995) was used for measuring of parenting styles and Shahim and Yousefi’ Behavior Problems Questionnaire for Pre-school children was used for measuring of behavior problems. Data analysis using multiple regression analysis indicated that authoritarian and permissive parenting styles were significant and positive predictors of problem behavior of fear, problem of social behavior and aggression (P<0/05). Also the results of research showed that the authoritarian parenting style was significant and negative predictor of problem behavior of fear, problem of social behavior and aggression (P<0/05). It is worth noting that in this study, there isn’t significant correlation between the authoritarian style, authoritative style and permissive style with attention deficit. According to the finding of this research, designing a workshops for enhancing knowledge and awareness of parents about parenting styles and effects of parenting styles on their children is necessary until by changing parents attitudes about parenting styles and improving family relationships behavior problems of students with intellectual disabilities reduced.
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Type of Study: Original Article | Subject: General
Received: 2013/Dec/Tue | Revised: 2014/Dec/Sun | Accepted: 2014/Jan/Tue | Published: 2014/Jul/Mon | ePublished: 2014/Jul/Mon

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