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REDUCING ADOLESCENT RAGE BULLIES: STUDY ON BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT TRAINING INTERVENTION

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 Start Page 900 | End Page 913

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 Background and aim: Adverse effects inner ANGER and interpersonal relationships will follow on from the other parent BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT TRAINING and promoting and improving relations between parent-child.Methods: The present Experimental research used a pretest– posttest and a control group. The population consisted of male and female junior high school students in Tabriz who were enrolled in the 2012-2013 school year. Therefore, after screening by the teachers and the Nelson ANGER questionnaire, 30 children who, according to scores on the questionnaire were bullies, were classified randomly into two groups of 15 cases and controls were replaced and after completing the questionnaire ANGER Nilsson (2000) bullying by students, parents groups for 9 sessions (45 minutes each) were treated in a management training program, while the control group received no training. Parent Management Training participants after the end of the session, were reviewed and followed a month later. Data were analyzed by the SPSS version 18 statistical software using descriptive indicators and multivariate analysis.Results: The results indicated the effectiveness of Parent Management Training to Reduce ANGER of the teen bullies (P<0.05), respectively. The results of the follow-up phase difference (P<0.05) between the test and control groups, respectively.Conclusion: The findings revealed that the behavioral management training had been effective in reducing ANGER bullying teenagers that might have been due to the effect of education on their daily relations.

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