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American Journal of Psychology and Cognitive Science, Vol.4, No.3, Sep. 2018, Pub. Date: Aug. 10, 2018
The Effectiveness Sand-Playing Therapy on Conduct Disorder of Preschool Students in Shiraz
Pages: 36-40 Views: 476 Downloads: 175
Authors
[01] Marzieh Zare, Department of Psychology, Arsanjan Branch, Islamic Azad University, Arsanjan, Iran.
[02] Mahboobeh Chinaveh, Department of Psychology, Arsanjan Branch, Islamic Azad University, Arsanjan, Iran.
[03] Younes Mohammadzadeh, Department of Physical Education and Sports Sciences, Arsanjan Branch, Islamic Azad University, Arsanjan, Iran.
Abstract
Study was to evaluate the effects of sand-playing therapy on behavioral disorders among the Pre-school students in Shiraz. The statistical sample was including all Pre-school students in shiraz city which among 30 preschoolers were selected using available sampling methods so that the pre-school students with highest grades were selected based on Ratter’s Pre-school Students behavioral questionnaire, and Placed in experimental (n=20) and control (n=10) groups. Randomly the present study was experimental with pre- test and post – test design including the control group and data analysis was done using descriptive statistics independent t-test and analysis of Variance methods. The results showed that the Sand-Playing technique and store-therapy were effective on behavioral disorders in two studied groups. Also the results of pre-test and post-test grades comparisons in control and experimental groups showed the sand-playing therapy effectiveness on pre-school students behavioral disorders.
Keywords
Sand-Playing Therapy, Behavioural Disorders, Students
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