Volume 5, Issue 133 (8-2015)                   J Except Educ 1394, __(133): 35-42 | Back to browse issues page

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Nobakht A, Bermas H, Hosein zade Taghvayi M, sadin A A, gorji R. Relationship between Coping Strategies and General Health with Perception Style of Parents of Children with Hearing Impairment. J Except Educ 2015; 5 (133) :35-42
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1- Ministry of Education , amirtap2007@yahoo.com
2- Islamic Azad university of Karaj
3- Islamic Azad University of Karaj
4- kharazmi University
5- Fahangian university
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Background: The aim of the present study is to assess the relationship between coping strategies and general health with perception style of parents who have hearing-impaired children.

Method: It is a correlation study. We selected 71 individuals as a sample group from target population including parents with hearing-impaired children and students studying at exceptional schools in Karaj city during 2013-2014. Data collected by6 Lazarus’ way of coping questionnaires (WOCQ), general health questionnaire (GHQ), and perception of parents’ style Questionnaire.

Results: Statistical analysis (KolmogorovSmirnov test, Pearson Correlation Coefficient, and regression) revealed significant relationship (0/01) between coping strategies and general health status parents with perception of parents’ style.

Conclusion: In order to improve perception of parents’ style, it seems that providing parents especially mothers with strategies in the field of general health and mental health cab is useful.

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Received: 2014/Oct/Sun | Revised: 2016/Dec/Thu | Accepted: 2014/Dec/Sun | Published: 2015/Dec/Mon | ePublished: 2015/Dec/Mon

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