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THE EFFECTIVENESS OF TEACHING BASED ON THEORY OF MIND AND SOCIAL SKILLS TRAINING ON SYPTOMS OF CHILDREN WITH CODUCT DISORDER

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 Start Page 14 | End Page 24

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 Background and Purpose: Regarding the problems of children with CONDUCT DISORDER in social cognition and THEORY OF MIND, the purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of intervention based on the THEORY OF MIND and SOCIAL SKILLS training on the symptoms of these children.Method: The research method is a semi-experimental with pre-test and post-test with control group. The statistical population consisted of all children with CONDUCT DISORDER aged 11-7 years old in Mashhad in 2017, thdt 22 of them were selected using multi-stage random cluster sampling.The research tool includes the THEORY OF MIND test (Styrmanman, 1999) and the SOCIAL SKILLS scale (Matson, 1983). Subjects were trained in group sessions in 12 sessions. Data were analyzed three weeks after the training by ANOVA.Renaults: The findings of this study showed that the intervention of mind theory and SOCIAL SKILLS training increased SOCIAL SKILLS and components of the THEORY OF MIND (P<0.001).Conclusion: Based on the results of this study, it can be concluded that the training of the THEORY OF MIND and SOCIAL SKILLS by increasing social cognition and interpersonal skills reduce the symptoms of CONDUCT DISORDER in children.

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