Perfectionism Relationship of Mother and Father Involvement Preschool Children with Behavioral Disorders City Arsanjan

Eskandari, Tahereh; Hoseyni, Seyyedeh Maryam; Mehr Afsha, Jahangir
June 2014
Journal of Applied Sciences Research;Jun2014, Vol. 10 Issue 7, p5
Academic Journal
The aim of this study was to investigate relationship between mothers' perfectionism and fathers' cooperation with children's behavioral disorder's in Arsanjan. In descriptive correlational study 133 (boys and girls) were selected through one stage cluster sampling. Instruments of this study were Terry-Short perfectionism scale, fathers' cooperation subscale of Alabama parenting style and Rater behavioral disorder scale. Data analysis showed positive significant relation between mothers' negative perfectionism and children's behavioral disorders also negative significant relation between father's cooperation and children behavioral disorders. In regard to children gender only fathers' cooperation had significant negative relation with daughter's behavioral disorders. Multiple regression showed that mother's perfectionism and fathers' cooperation had significant power to anticipate children behavioral disorders.


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