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Mohammadkhani P, Delavar A, Muhammadi M R. Quality of Life of the Parents' of Abused Children. IJPCP 2000; 6 (2 and 3) :37-48
URL: http://ijpcp.iums.ac.ir/article-1-1835-en.html
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  Objectives : The present study was carried out to evaluate the predictive value of parental quality of life on abusive behavior with children. Method: This study investigated the life quality of the parents of 38 abused boys detected in the second grade of secondary schools of selected areas of Tehran. The results were compared with students matched for age and area of residency, without recent suffering of child abuse. Results: The findings revealed a lower quality of life of the parents of abused subjects at significant level in contrast to the control group. Comparison of the profiles of the two groups revealed lower physical health, individuation, marital discourse , parent-child relationship, job satisfaction, artistic-creative behavior and leisure time activity in the parents of abused children. Stepwise regression analysis revealed that the scores of marital discourse and artistic-creative behavior scales can successfully predict the variations of abusive scores. The mentioned scales showed significant effect on abusive scores in multivariate analysis. Conclusion: The quality of parents marital discourse and artistic-creative behavior have the greatest predictive value for parents' abusive behavior .

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Type of Study: Original Research | Subject: Psychiatry and Psychology
Received: 2013/01/21 | Published: 2000/12/15

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