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Comparison of Behavioral Disorders and attachment Styles In divorced Children and normal Children
Volume 2, Issue 2, 2020, Pages 27 - 39
Author(s) : Sayeh Haddadian* 1 , Negin Haddadian 2

1 MA, Clinical Psychology, Tabriz Branch ، Islamic Azad University-Tabriz Iran

2 MA, General Psychology, Tabriz Branch ، Islamic Azad University، Tabriz Iran.

Abstract :
Objective: Childhood is one of the most important stages of life. Most behavioral disorders are caused by a lack of attention to a sensitive childhood period. This research was conducted to compare behavioral disorders and attachment styles in children of divorced and normal children in 2020. Methods: The statistical population consisted of all children of divorce and normal children in Tabriz in 2020, which 60 individuals were selected by purposive non-random sampling. Data were analyzed using SPSS22 statistical software using multivariate analysis of variance. Results: The results showed that the scores of children of divorce were significantly (p <0.001) higher than the normal children in the components of hyperactivity, attention deficit disorder, coping disobedience disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, specific morbid fears, obsessive thoughts and actions, post-traumatic stress disorder, vocal and motor tics, depression, separation anxiety disorder, insecure attachment and avoidant attachment. But the score of normal children was higher than the children of divorce in the component of secure attachment (p <0.001). Conclusion: According to the findings, divorce and separation have adverse effects on children. The trauma and psychological damage to these children is very severe.
Keywords :
Behavioral Disorders, Attachment Styles, Divorce
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