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Rezaei R. The Effect of Problem-Solving Skill Training Intervention on Relational Aggression of Mothers with an Aggressive Son. FPJ 2021; 7 (1) :195-206
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M A of General Psychology, Payam Noor University, Islamabad West Branch, Islamabad, Iran Master of Public Psychology, Payam Noor University, Islamabad , reroholah@gmail.com
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Background: Increasing the ability of parents in problem-solving skills in the field of effective interaction with aggressive children will reduce the level of aggression in their children. Objective: The present study was conducted to reveal the effect of problem-solving skill training intervention on the relational aggression of mothers with aggressive sons.Method: The method of the present study was experimental with a pre-test-post-test design with a control group and a one-month follow-up test. The statistical population included all mothers of male students of the public primary schools in the city of Kermanshah in 2020-2021. After screening and completing the questionnaire the students with the cooperation of mothers and teachers, among the mothers whose children were one standard deviation above the limit in terms of aggression, 60 people were randomly selected and divided into two groups, 30 experimental and 30 under control. A relational questionnaire was used for data collection (Shahim, 2007). The mothers of the experimental group were trained for 5 sessions of 60 minutes, and the control group was without intervention until the end of the sessions. was used to analyze the statistical data. Analysis of covariance (ANCOVA) by SPSS was used to analyze the statistical data. Findings: The results of the research indicate the effect of the intervention on relational aggression components in the post-test (F=16.30 and p<0.01) and follow-up (F=11.24 and (p <01) and verbal-reactive aggression in the post-test (F = 19.25, p < 01) and follow-up (F = 9.95, p < 0.01). However, there was no impact on the physical aggression component; Post-test (F=1.20 and p>0.05) and follow-up (F=1.75 and p>0.05). Conclusion: According to the findings of this research, problem-solving skill training can be used as a psychological intervention to control and reduce aggressive behavior in children.
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