Factors Involved In Problem Behavior In School-Age Girls Between The Age Of Five And Fifteen.
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 4568-4581
AbstractThis paper evaluates the behavioral and mental health problems that are seen among girl
students in the age group of five to fifteen years in a school setting. This study used a
qualitative method to study the patterns of problem behaviors and factors that place girl
students at risk for childhood behavioral problems with specific reference to internalizing
externalizing and attention problems. The quantitative method uses the ASEBA-BPM,
while qualitative analysis based on personal interviews with girls indicated family
disturbances. Peer relations, low SES, and parenting style have been identified as key
factors which may have contributed to behavioral issues in girl students.
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