الاضطرابات النفسية العصابية وعلاقتها بإدراك الرفض الوالدي وبعض المتغيرات الديمغرافية للأسرة

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2015-05-12
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عطيه ظاهر, غربي
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"Neurotic psychological disorders and perceived parental rejection" Aims of the study This study looking for the relationship between Neurotic psychological disorders and parental rejection from the father. The sample The sample consists of (130) persons (male) at psychiatry clinic. There ages ranged at the time of research from (20-35) years. Measuring tools: 1. General data sheet. 2. Parental acceptance/rejection questionair (Rohner.R.P, translated by: Mamdouha Salama, 1986). 3. Psychological Neurotic scale (Abd al-rahman Al-esawi). Statistical tools 1. Mean and standard deviation. 2. Person correlation coefficient. 3. T. test. Results 1. There are significant positive correlation exists between male sons scores on perceived parental rejection from the father and their scores on Psychological Neurotic scale. 2. There are significant positive correlation exists between male sons scores on perceived Neglect/indifference from the father and neurotic disorders (social phobia, hysteria, depression, anxiety, hypochondriasis, obsessive compulsive) among male sons. 3. There are significant correlation exists between perceived Hostility/Aggression from the father and neurotic disorders (social phobia, hysteria, depression, anxiety, hypochondriasis, obsessive compulsive) among male sons. 4. There are significant correlation exists between perceived undifferentiated rejection from the father and neurotic disorders (social phobia, hysteria, depression, anxiety, hypochondriasis, obsessive compulsive) among male sons. 5. There are significant differences between neurotic disorders (social phobia, hysteria, depression, anxiety, hypochondriasis, obsessive compulsive) among male - 7 - sons according father education. 6. There are significant differences between perceived parental rejection from the father among male sons according father education. 7. There are significant differences between Neurotic disorders (social phobia, hysteria, depression, anxiety, hypochondriasis, obsessive compulsive) among male sons according to number family members. 8. There are no significant differences between perceived parental rejection from the father among male sons according to number family members.
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