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Volume 16, Issue 62 (9-2017)                   علوم روانشناختی 2017, 16(62): 165-178 | Back to browse issues page

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Amiri M, Pourhosein R, Mir Eshghi S. A study on evident behaviors (aggression and rule breaking behaviors) with subtle behaviors (depressive symptoms) among students with specific learning disorders . علوم روانشناختی. 2017; 16 (62) :165-178
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Zanjan Uninversity
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Evident Externalizing behaviour disorders and subtle internalizing behaviours in childhood, risk of poor results in academic and social domain in the next life; to the so The identification of these behavioural problems is very important, to the so purpose of the current study was to comparison externalizing behavior problems (aggression and rule breaking behaviors) and depression to children with specific learning disorders associated with defects in Reading. The research method was causal-comparative study. To do so, 140 children with specific learning disorders associated with defects in Reading and normal children were selected using at-hand sampling. Both groups filled out child behavior checklist (1991) scale. Independent sampling t test was used for analyzing data. The findings of the study indicated a significant difference (P<0.05) in aggressive and rule breaking behaviors in students with reading learning disorder compared to normal students. This means that students with learning disabilities show more aggressive behavior and rule breaking behavior in comparison with normal children students. On other hand the results showed that children with learning disability have high depression symptoms comparing with normal children (P<0/05). Therefore, it seems that students with learning disability in reading compared with normal students experience more behavioral and emotional problems as well as higher also report with this children.
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Received: 2019/07/7 | Accepted: 2019/07/7 | Published: 2019/07/7

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