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Poorbafrani M, Etemadi O, Jazayeri R. The effect of strong parenting skills training on reducing daughter conflict with mother and increasing adolescent girl's mental health. Journal title 2014; 8 (2) :31-40
URL: http://rph.khu.ac.ir/article-1-2063-en.html
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  This research have been made to analyze how training strong parenting skills to mother effects on reduction of daughters conflict with mothers and increases adolescent girls mental health. This research is a kind of semi-test which it itself is a kind of pre-post test with control group. Statistical population of this research include female students of second and third grade in guidance school of city of Naeen. 30 mothers whom reported that their girls have many conflicts with them have been selected and randomly have been divided to two groups of test and control. Mental health questioner was completed by adolescent girl's two groups. The under studied group have been trained for parenting skills for 7 sessions. After training the post – testing test have been taken from both groups. The instruments which have been used in this research were a mental health questioner and a questioner about style of conflict solving. The data have been analyzed with co-variance multi- variant analysis. Results show that there is a meaningful difference between members of under studied groups in dependent variables (daughter conflict with mother and girl mental health) and all small scale of them. The results of this research show the importance of interventions based on the improvement of parenting skills on decreasing adolescent daughters conflicts with their mothers and increases adolescent girls mental health.  
Type of Study: Research |
Published: 2014/09/15

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