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PARENT'S AND FRIEND’S AS FACTORS OF CHILD’S BEHAVIOR AT SCHOOL: A COMPARISON OF MULTIPLE CORRELATIONS

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Author(s): Orhideja Shurbanovska

Journal: International Journal of Cognitive Research in Science, Engineering and Education
ISSN 2334-847X

Volume: 1;
Issue: 1;
Start page: 25;
Date: 2013;
Original page

Keywords: Family relations | Peer relations | Behaviour of the child at school

ABSTRACT
Why are some children lonely, aggressive or they behaving prosocially at school? This study tends to answer the research question: how are family and peer relations associated with the social behavior of the pupils in mid childhood and early adolescence (3rd grade and 7th grade pupils), respectively. The hypotheses refer to the differences in the connections of the family and peer relations with the student’s social behavior at school. The data gathered from 194 examinees were elaborated in the research, as follows: 3rd grade pupils (85) and 7th grade pupils (109).The data from third grade pupils shows that multiple correlation between family variables in regards to loneliness is more significant (R=0.639, p0. 05) which is not significant. For aggressive behavior both correlations: family (R=0.494, p
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