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۱The study of relationship between Maternal Reactions to Children’s Negative Emotions and Children’s Social Skills The role of mediational Emotion Regulation
اطلاعات انتشار: International Journal of Applied Behavioral Sciences، دوم،شماره۳، Autumn ۲۰۱۵، سال
تعداد صفحات: ۷
Introduction: Differences in emotional control and social skills appear to partially reflect differences in longstanding intrapersonal qualities, such as temperament, but parenting characteristics also have emerged as indicators of how children develop emotional and social competence.Methods: The study design was correlational. Sample was 60 children in age preschool (30 boys and 30 girls) and their mothers (60 females) selected using convenience sampling among children were registered for preschool in a private school. Instruments were used in this study include: Coping with Children’s Negative Emotions Scale (CCNES), Behaviour Rating Inventory of Executive Functioning (BRIEF), Social Skills Rating System (SSRS). Data analyzed using simple regression and structural equation modeling (SEM). Results: Data analysis showed that children’s emotion regulation skills predicted their social skill levels (F=69.98, p=0.0001) and Total maternal emotion socialization predicted children’s emotion regulation (F=98.15, p=0.0001) and children’s social skills (F=39.45, p=0.0001). Other result was children’s emotion regulation skills completely mediated relation between reactions to children’s negative emotions and children’s social skills. Conclusions: This research highlighted the important impact of emotion–related parenting behaviours and beliefs on children’s development of social and emotional competence.

۲Prediction borderline personality disorders relay on negative life events
اطلاعات انتشار: International Journal of Applied Behavioral Sciences، دوم،شماره۳، Autumn ۲۰۱۵، سال
تعداد صفحات: ۶
Background: Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is a chronic condition that warrants further empirical investigation. The aim of this research was investigated prediction of BPD symptomatology relay on recent life experience. Method and Materials: Data for the current study was collected from students of Shiraz university. Sample consisted of 120 undergraduate students. The ages of the sample ranged from 18–26 with an average age of 19.55. Forty–four participants were men (36.6%) and fifty–six participants were women (46.6%). Instruments were used in this study include: Inventory of College Students’ Recent Life Experience (ICSRLE; Kohn, Lafreniere, & Gurevich, 1990) and Five–Factor Borderline Personality Inventory (FFBI; Mullins–Sweatt et al., 2012). Results: revealed non–significant effects for gender on total borderline personality scores, five subscales of FFBI and negative life events. Also these results showed negative life events predicted borderline personality traits. Conclusion: Negative life events could predict borderline personality traits.
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