TITLE

Epidemiology of behavioral disorder in grade 5th students at state primary school of Tabriz and studying the effect of some demographic factors on them

AUTHOR(S)
Hamid, Zahra
PUB. DATE
May 2014
SOURCE
Advances in Natural & Applied Sciences;May2014, Vol. 8 Issue 5, p489
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
In this research prevalence of behavioral disorders among five TH grade students of Tabriz elementary primary school and studying the role of some demographic factors on them were studied. This research is an epidemiological study and ex post facto research. This research have four hypothesis and four question purpose was estimation and determination percentage of behavioral disorders in five TH grade students and Persian relation between them and some demographic factors such as gender, parents job, parents educations, socioeconomic status. For this purpose 736 student from of all five TH grade students of Tariz elementary primary school selected with cluster random sampling, then CSI-4 scale were accomplished by these students teachers, for confirmation of csI-4 scale results clinical interview by researcher were used. For analyze data used descriptive statistics methods (means, frequency, frequency percentage, standard deviation) and inferential statistics (chi square) method. The results showed that means prevalence of behavioral disorders in these students were %14/69. Between behavioral disorders in girl and boys students wasn't different. Between disorders such as conduct, generalized anxiety, specific phobia, obsession and major depression with gender in level of significance %95 have relation. Conduct disorder, major depression in boys and generalized anxiety, specific phobia, obsession in girls have been much seeing. ADHD, AD, opposional defiant, social phobia with socioeconomic status in level of significance %95 have relation. ADHD, AD, HD, opposional defiant, social phobia have significant relationship with fathers education in level of significance %95. ADHD, AD, HD, conduct disorder, social phobia have significant relationship with mothers education in level of significance %95. ADHD, AD, opposional defiant, social phobia, generalized anxiety with father's job in level of significance %95 have relation. There was no relation between mothers job with any one of behavioral disorders.
ACCESSION #
97105778

 

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