Şahin, Hülya
September 2006
Turkish Psychological Counseling & Guidance Journal;2006, Vol. 3 Issue 26, p61
Academic Journal
The article presents a study on the effectiveness of anger management program to decrease aggressive behaviors of students in Turkey. Research subjects were selected from the fourth and fifth grade students of the central primary schools of Burdur City. Findings showed that the treatment group directed for anger management had less aggression scores. Proposals about potential future research and the prevention of aggressive behaviors belonging to students were given to psychological counselors and teachers.


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