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Clinical Psychology and Special Education

Publisher: Moscow State University of Psychology and Education

ISSN (online): 2304-0394

DOI: https://doi.org/10.17759/cpse

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Individual Psychological Characteristics of Children of Primary School Age with Various Manifestations of Tuberculous Infection 1136

Martusova E.V.
psychologist, GBUZ MNPC tuberculosis DZM, social, legal and psychological assistance MCDC, PhD student FSBEI "Moscow state psychological-pedagogical University", Moscow, Russia
e-mail: katsystems@mail.ru

Abstract
We investigated the individual psychological characteristics of children of primary school age with various manifestations of tuberculosis infection who are treated in tuberculosis centers. There have been also studied the parenting styles in their families. 200 respondents participated in our research: 100 parents (44 parents of children with no symptoms of tuberculosis infection, 41 parents of children with various manifestations of tuberculous infection, and 15 children diagnosed with tuberculosis. Age of parents varied from 24 to 34 years. The sample of children included 100 people from 6 to 10 years (44 children with no symptoms of tuberculous infection, 41 children with its manifestations and 15 children diagnosed with tuberculosis). No sex differences were taken into account in connection with the non-uniformity of the sample. We used the Anxiety Scale (CMAS), R. Cattell’s Personality Factor Questionnaire (CPFQ) and the method of Analysis of Family Relationships by E.G. Eidemiller and V.V. Yustitskis (DIA), correlation analysis and analysis of the differences. It was found that children with tuberculosis infection is more difficult to adapt to society, than representatives of other groups studied; in children with various forms of tuberculosis infection level of performance anxiety is very high and linked with parenting style.

Keywords: primary school age, individual psychological characteristics, anxiety, and styles of family education, tuberculous infection

Column: Empirical research

DOI: https://doi.org/10.17759/cpse.2016050306

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