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INVESTIGATION OF THE SELF-EFFICACY IN SIBLINGS OF SLOW PACED CHILDREN WITH OR WITHOUT CLINICAL SYMPTOMS

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 Start Page 13 | End Page 22

Abstract

 This study investigated SELF-EFFICACY in SIBLINGS of SLOW PACED CHILDREN, based on the visibility of the disability.30 adolescent students with slow paced SIBLINGS participated in this study that 15 of them had slow-paced SIBLINGS with visible clinical symptoms and others had slow paced SIBLINGS without these symptoms. They were chosen by simple random sampling and their SELF-EFFICACY was examined via child and adolescent SELF-EFFICACY questionnaire (Muris, 2001). To analyze the data, the multivariate variance analysis methods (MANOVA) and the point-biserial correlation coefficient were used. Findings indicated that total SELF-EFFICACY (p<0.01), educational SELF-EFFICACY (p<0.01), and emotional SELF-EFFICACY (p<0.05) among the SIBLINGS of the SLOW PACED CHILDREN with clinical visible symptoms are less than SIBLINGS of a slow paced child without symptoms. In addition, a meaningful relationship has been found in the visible clinical symptoms among the SIBLINGS of a slow paced child with total SELF-EFFICACY (p<0.01), educational (p<0.01), and emotional (p<0.01). The current study indicates the effective role of clinical visible symptoms along with the slow pacing feature in child, regarding to SELF-EFFICACY of his/her adolescent SIBLINGS.

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