Effectiveness of Training Program For Developing Social Interaction Skills On Reducing Aggressive Behavior In Autistic Children

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Title: Effectiveness of Training Program For Developing Social Interaction Skills On Reducing Aggressive Behavior In Autistic Children
Author: Baksh, Amira Taha [اميرة طه بخش]
Abstract: To examine the effectiveness of a training program for developing social interaction skills on reducing aggressive behavior in a sample of 24 autistic children divided into control and experimental groups each consisting of 12 children with age range 7-14 years, and IQ 55-68, Goder intelligence test, scale for autistic child by A.Abdulla (2000), scale for socio-economic status of the family by Al-Shakhs (1995), and aggressive behavior scale for mentally retarded children by S.Debeis (1997) besides, the training program prepared by the researcher were used, and the results revealed that; 1- There were statistically significant difference between control and experimental groups in post-application of scale for aggressive behavior and its dimensions favoring the latter. 2- There were statistically significant differences in aggressive behavior and its dimensions for experimental group in pre and post applications of the scale favoring the post one. 3- There were no statistically significant differences in aggressive behavior and its dimensions for control group in pre and post-applications of the scale. 4- There were no statistically significant differences in aggressive behavior and its dimensions for experimental group in post-applications of the scale and follow-up.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10576/8516
Date: 2002

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