Okul Öncesi Çocuklarda Uyum ve Davranış Problemleriyle Başa Çıkmada Ailenin Rolü The Role of Family to Cope With the Behavior Problems in Pre-School Children

AİLE VE tOPLUM 04/2010; 6(11):9-18.

ABSTRACT There are many reasons for problem behaviors in
pre-school aged period children. Some of behavior
problems, as part of the development process.If
continues after the development process problem can
be considered. On the other hand, the family is an
important factor on child’s social and emotional
development process.
Family and social environment impact on the
child’s problem behavior; such as problems between
the mother and father, divorce, the mother or father
deprivation, attitudes of parents, the quality of parents
and children communicate, gender and cultural
To deal with problem behavior firstly; required to
increase knowledge and skills.; such as positive
relationships between children and their families,
parenting skills, areas child development and
education and problem solving skills. In this context,
the article shown behavior problems in pre-school
period with emphasis on important issues and provide
recommendations were related to family
Key Words: Preschool, child, problem behavior,
adjustment problems, family.

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