| Published: September 15, 2017
Impact of Family Pathology on Behavioural and Emotional Problems of Children
The aim of the present study is to find out the impact of family pathology on behavioural and emotional problems of children. The data has been taken from the parents, both father and mother of 60 boys and 60 girls (120 children) between the age group of 9-12 years using the Family Pathology Scale (FPS) and Problem Behavior Checklist (PBCL) questionnaire along with a General Information Schedule . The data obtained from the sample was statistically analysis by using Frequency, Percentage, Mean, SD, Correlation and ‘t’-test. The obtained result showed that both of the boys (M-75) and girls (M-73.05) parents have moderate family pathology and mothers’ placed their children at moderate level (M-104.22) in PBCL but the fathers’ placed them at mild level (M-77.12) in PBCL. The analysis reveals that there is a significant difference between father of boys and girls (p<0.05, 3.92/(p>0.05, 2.53) as well as mother of boys and girls (p<0.05,12.38/(p>0.05, 20.2) in respective of FPS and PBCL. Finally the study reveals that there is a slightly significant relationship with family pathology (with father and children-0.06 and with mother and children-0.09) on the behavioural and emotional problems of children.
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© 2017 Ghosh A & Chakraborty P
Received: June 29, 2017; Revision Received: September 05, 2017; Accepted: September 15, 2017
Published in Volume 04, Issue 4, July-September, 2017