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سوء المعاملة في الطفولة لدى المصابين بإضطراب الهلع

سوء المعاملة في الطفولة لدى المصابين بإضطراب الهلع

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Title: سوء المعاملة في الطفولة لدى المصابين بإضطراب الهلع
Author: آمال عطا السيد, سيد أحمد
Abstract: This Study aims to investigate the prevalence of child abuse, i.e. emotional, physical sexual and neglect that takes place in early, middle and late childhood among the patients of panic disorder. The study also aims at investigating the differences in child abuse among patients of panic disorder according to the sex and the care-taker. In this study the researcher has followed the descriptive method, defined by (Raga Abu Alam 1998) as the methodology concerned with gathering detailed inforamtion on the phenomenon subject to study with the objective utilising of this information in understanding and interpretation of the different situations and practices. The sample of the study represents all patients of panic disorder who visited the psychiatric hospitals in Khartom State during the period of data collection from (July 2002 – 2006). The sample is (100) "49" males and "51" females, choesn through simple random sampling. The tools of data collection were two the first of which is the biographical from designed by the reseacher and the second is the child abuse scale prepared by David Brenstein (1995) transalated by Ahmed Gamal and Adil Mohammed Dissougi. The data was processed by the computer, using the Statistical Package for Social Science (SPSS). 8 The study reached the following conclusions: 1) There is a significat positive statistical correlation between child abuse and panic disorder. 2) There is statistically significant correlation between the level of abuse in childhood and attacks of panic disorder 3) There is no significant differences in physical and sexual abuse in the child hood of panic disorder patients that are attributable to the caretaker. There are differences in the dimensions of emotional abuse and neglect to the favour of children cared for by parents. 4) There is no significant correlation between panic disorder and the sex of the patients. 5) There is significant correlation between abuse the childhood of panic disorder patients and the educational level of the caretaker. Finally, the resarcher has made a number of recommendation, as well as suggestions on future areas of investigati
URI: http://khartoumspace.uofk.edu/handle/123456789/11525
Date: 2015-06-13


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