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solgi L, dehghani M, kavusian J. Comparison of Academic Health among Daughters of Mothers With Musculoskeletal Chronic Pain with Daughters of Healthy Mothers. rph. 2015; 9 (1) :7-7
URL: http://rph.khu.ac.ir/article-1-2390-en.html
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Research indicates that children of parents with chronic pain might be at risk of a variety of psychological, social and academic difficulties therefore, the present study aimed to investigate academic health among adolescent daughters of mothers with musculoskeletal chronic pain. In this study a group of 44 daughters of mothers with chronic pain were compared to matched control group of daughters of healthy mothers in variables of academic‌ health. The Study measure was Academic Health Self- Report Scales (AHS-SR), adapted from Healthy Pathways Child-Report Scales (HPC-RS, Bevans,et al, 2010). In order to analyze the data, a set of descriptive and inferential statistics including independent t-test, multivariate analysis of variance (MANOVA) were applied. Study results indicated that daughters of mothers with chronic pain exhibit lower levels of academic health in comparison with children in the control group and this suggests that having a mother in pain adversely impacts children’s academic function and suppress their capabilities. This study suggests that children of mothers with chronic pain might be at risk of poor academic health and lower educational functioning compared with children of healthy parents. It seems that family interventions or psycho-education would help child and mother to have a better understanding of chronic pain as a phenomenon and to apply coping strategies to prevent its interactional impacts.
Type of Study: Research |
Published: 2015/11/15

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