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The relationship between child problem behavior and mothers' child-rearing attitude for children who were being trained in preparation for elementary school

[Speaker] Takahashi, Yasuko:1
[Co-author] Muranaka, Tomohiko:2, Tanaka, Takato:3, Kise, Fumika:4, Kino, Kazuyo:5
1:Aichi University of Education (Japan), 2:Joetsu University of Education (Japan), 3:Omachi Municipal General Hospital (Japan), 4:Yamanashi Prefecture (Japan), 5:Miyagi Gakuin Women's University (Japan)

The purpose of this study was to explore child problem behavior, and mothers' child-rearing feeling and attitude in following up, for children with ASD's tendencies who were being trained in preparation for elementary school. A self-report questionnaire that included questions on child problem behavior, child-rearing feeling and attitude, and the perceived social support scale, was administered to forty-eight mothers having children, who were trained in social skills, and two hundred and forty-eight mothers as a control group. The "school related anxiety" score (regarding child-rearing feeling) of both groups was lower in the second grade than in the first grade. In only the control group, the "control" score (regarding child-rearing attitude) and the "instrumental support from friends" score were higher in the second grade than in the first grade. These results will clarify the intervention problem of mothers' child-rearing attitude and social support in the intervention group.
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