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The Connection Between some Dimensions of Perceived Personal Competence and Permanent Low Intensity Stress in Parents of Children with intellectual Disabilities


Fulgosi-Masnjak, Rea; Gustović-Ercegovac, Andrea; Igrić, Ljiljana
The Connection Between some Dimensions of Perceived Personal Competence and Permanent Low Intensity Stress in Parents of Children with intellectual Disabilities // Revija za rehabilitacijska istraživanja, 34 (1998), 1; 47-61 (podatak o recenziji nije dostupan, članak, znanstveni)


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Naslov
The Connection Between some Dimensions of Perceived Personal Competence and Permanent Low Intensity Stress in Parents of Children with intellectual Disabilities

Autori
Fulgosi-Masnjak, Rea ; Gustović-Ercegovac, Andrea ; Igrić, Ljiljana

Izvornik
Revija za rehabilitacijska istraživanja (1331-3010) 34 (1998), 1; 47-61

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Radovi u časopisima, članak, znanstveni

Ključne riječi
The permanent low intensity stress; perceived personal competence for parental role; locus of control; social anxiousnesss; self-respect; aggressiveness; hyperactivity
(The permanent low intensity stress; perceived personal competence; locus of control; social anxiousnesss; self-respect; aggressiveness; hyperactivity)

Sažetak
The aim of this investigation was to compare one group of parents, those whose children are mildly intellectually disabled with the group of parents whose children intellectually functioned normally. The comparison was made in terms of to their perceived anxiousness. Also, the aim was to compare the group of children with no intellectual disabilities with the group of children with mild intellectual disabilities regarding hyperactivity and agressiveness. The investigation was conducted on the two samples of participants. The first sample included parents of children with no developmental difficulites, N-186, the second sample included parents whose children were mildly intellectually disabled, N-86. The two groups of children attended lower primary school grades. In order to compare the two groups of parents and their self estimatioms on five levels, Likert type scales were used. The childrens behavior was estimated by parents and teachers on a three-level estimation scale, which consisted of 15 items-descriptions of disturbing behaviors which are usually found in school children. The data were analyzed trough discriminative analysis and the analysis of variance. A significant difference between the perceived competence for parental role, self-respect, locus of control and social anxiousness was detected between the groups of parents. Those parents whose children intellectually functioned normally, expressed internal orientation, estimated higher personal competence for parental role, had a higher level of self-respect while their social anxioussness was significantly lower than those of the group of parents whose children had intellectual disabilities. The teacher's and parental estimations of the children's aggressiveness and hyperactivity showed significantly lower incidence of such behavior in children with normal intellectual development. The permanent low intensity stress in the parents whose children have intellectual disabilities, causes a lower perception of competence for the parental role, more external orientation in interpreting causes and effects in behavior, lower self-respect and greater social anxioussness. These characteristics affect, and are affected by maladjusted behavior in the child, which is significantly more frequent in children with intellectual disabilities.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Demografija



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Projekti:
013001

Ustanove:
Edukacijsko-rehabilitacijski fakultet, Zagreb


Citiraj ovu publikaciju:

Fulgosi-Masnjak, Rea; Gustović-Ercegovac, Andrea; Igrić, Ljiljana
The Connection Between some Dimensions of Perceived Personal Competence and Permanent Low Intensity Stress in Parents of Children with intellectual Disabilities // Revija za rehabilitacijska istraživanja, 34 (1998), 1; 47-61 (podatak o recenziji nije dostupan, članak, znanstveni)
Fulgosi-Masnjak, R., Gustović-Ercegovac, A. & Igrić, L. (1998) The Connection Between some Dimensions of Perceived Personal Competence and Permanent Low Intensity Stress in Parents of Children with intellectual Disabilities. Revija za rehabilitacijska istraživanja, 34 (1), 47-61.
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