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Research Article | Open Access
Volume 14 2022 | None
Emotional Behavioral Problems & Intelligence Quotient among Children with Intellectual Disabilities: Exploring Correlation
Mr. Ravinder Saini, Dr.Madhavi Sharma, Mr.Chandan Kumar Dubey, Mr. Rajneesh Kumar, Ms .Poonam Talwar
Pages: 3115-3123
Abstract
The perspective of our own world build upon positive mental health of our growing community. However, approximately one in every five children and adolescents has emotional and behavioral disorders at some period of time in their young lives, irrespective of their geographic region or socio-economic status. Behavioral problems among children can be comprised of normal development. Such problems are usually fugitive and not even noticed and may be exhibited in certain circumstances and not in others. It is being seen all around the world how early detection of behavioral and emotional issues has an impact.There has, however, only been a limited amount of systematic study of childhood psychological disorders in developing nations. The present investigation aimed to investigate the Emotional Behavioral Problems & Intelligence Quotient among Children with Intellectual Disabilities: Exploring Correlation. Descriptive survey method has been used in this research and the sample for the present study were 50 parents of children with intellectual disability studying and 12 teachers working at Govt. Rehabilitation Institute for Intellectual Disabilities (GRIID). For the present study Developmental Behavior Checklist (DBC) DBC-P and DBC-T will be used. The result of the study suggests that there is significant correlation between IQ, Age, Gender and Emotional Behavioral Problems among Children with Intellectual Disabilities based on the score obtained through observation from teachers and parents.
Keywords
Emotional Behavior, Intellectual Disability, Intelligence Quotient
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