Rozdiely v percepcii vlastnej rodiny deťmi s problémovým správaním a deťmi bez problémov v správaní
Differences in Perception of One’s Own Family by Children with Problematic Behaviour and Children Without Problematic Behaviour
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The paper observes the issue of younger school-age children with problematic behaviour (PB) as manifested in the school environment through a subjective assessment of specific aspects of the child’s family by a comparison to children without problematic behaviour (WPB). The Bene-Anthony Family Relations Test and the modified ADOR questionnaire confirmed statistically significant results of more positive feelings towards one’s own family among WPB children and more negative feelings in the families of PB children. We noticed a higher level of positive parental interest and paternal directiveness during the upbringing process among WPB children; as for PB children, a higher rate of hostility was noticed; also, the level of parental inconsistency within the upbringing process differed between the WPB and PB groups. The results show a different subjective perception of the family, leading to the question: What is the cause of these findings? In general, the results expose the need to work with family members when interacting with children with PB, and suggest a need for further research in order to find a potential direct connection between the general family environment, organization, and atmosphere, and signs of problematic behaviour in children.
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