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[ Article ] Conduct Disorders and Family Characteristics ln School Children..

Date de soumission: 11-04-2019
Année de Publication: 2017
Entité/Laboratoire Unité de psychiatrie (UP)
Document type : Article
Discipline(s) : Psychiatrie
Titre Conduct Disorders and Family Characteristics ln School Children..
Auteurs FIOSSI KPADONOU EMILIE ABLAWA [1], FORTUNATO J. [2], Djidonou ANSELME [3], Siranyan S. [4], KPADONOU GODONOU TOUSSAINT [5],
Journal: Journal of Psychological Abnormalities (Psychol Abnorm)
Catégorie Journal: Internationale
Impact factor: 0
Volume Journal: 6
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Resume Abstract By their behavior, human beings either succeed in achieving social integration or reveal the symptoms of some pathology. Objective: To determine family characteristics of schoolchildren with conduct disorders (CD). Methods: Prospective transversal study, with a descriptive and analytical scope, carried out from June 10th to July 12l/1 2013. The sample is made up of 235 schoolchildren registered for the 201212013 academic year in schools in Parakou. Parent-child relations were evaluated using the parental acceptance and rejeetion scale of Rohner and Khaleque in several dimensions. Results: of the 235 schoolchildren considered, 44 had an exclusive CO, giving a prevalence rate of 18.7%. Slight CD stood at 38.6% while severe cases stoOO at 9.1%; sex-ratio for CO was 1.31; 40.9% of the children presenting these disorders were aged 10 years. 38.6% ofthem had made satisfadory progress in school; 15.9% and 13.6% of these children with CD -almost never" received any affection from their fathers and mothers respectively. None of the concerned children was Yalmost never" a subject of hostility-aggression. When indifference-neglect was at the least, we found 59.1 % for the father and 56.8% for the mother. The -almost never" of undifferentiated rejection from the mother did not bring about any case of CO. Family communication was bad for 80.6% of sane children and 95.4% of children with CO. CO was correlated with lay privateJconfessional school (p=0.042). Conclusion: ln our study, the attaehment scheme for children with conduct disorders seemed rather disorganized, Globally, mothers seemed to have left a negative sentiment. CO occurs in specifie environmental and family bases. There is a need for further studies and the development of appropriate strategies for effectIve prevention.
Mots clés Keywords: Sebool child: Conducl di,order: Parent: Affective dimension; Hostile dimension
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