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Vol. 7, Issue 7 (2018)

To assess the parent child relationship and occurrence of behavioural problems among preschooler visiting to pediatric OPD

Author(s):
Damini Mohil, Neena, Sahdev Bishnoi, Gurpreet Kaur, Neelam, Jyoti Phougat and Dr. Jyoti Sarin
Abstract:
The journey of life cycle of every child involves the critical components of child survival, child development and child protection. Parents play a significant role in supporting secure attachment during these transitions. Children are benefited from parental support, it encourages autonomy development and emotional connectedness. Good Parent child relationships and family climate have various impact, variations on parent child relationship and child’s behavioral and healthy functioning development of preschooler in the lateral life. Objectives to assess the degree of parent child relationship and occurrence of behavioral problems among preschooler. Material methods: A non-experimental descriptive study was conducted on 154 parent of preschooler visiting to Pediatric OPD OF MMIMS&R Hospital. Parent of preschooler were selected by convenient sampling technique. The data was collected by structured parent child relationship assessment tool and structured Lanore Behare and Samuel Stringfield behaviour assessment tool. SPSS version 20 was used for statically analysis. The finding of the study indicated that more than half 79 (51.3%) of informant were mother of Mostly 153 (99.4%) of informant were married. Half of 81 (52.9%) preschooler had optimal (51-70%) degree of parent child relationship and 2 (1.29%) had neglecting (<50%) degree of parent child relationship. Study concluded that parent child relationship and occurrence of behavioral problem in preschooler found to be negative correlation(r =-0.20), significant at 0.00 level of significance. There are significant relations between parent child relationship and occurrence of behavioral problem in preschooler.
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Damini Mohil, Neena, Sahdev Bishnoi, Gurpreet Kaur, Neelam, Jyoti Phougat, Dr. Jyoti Sarin. To assess the parent child relationship and occurrence of behavioural problems among preschooler visiting to pediatric OPD. Pharma Innovation 2018;7(7):450-452.
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