The Effectiveness of Cognitive Behavioral Group Training Approach On Mothers’ Autistic Children in Hamedan Primary School Students On Aggression in These Students
Manizhe Ezzati Rastegar, Parivash Vakili, Asghar Sharifi
The study designed to examine the effectiveness of cognitive behavioral group training approach on mothers with autistic children in Hamedan primary school students on aggression in these student in the 2012-2013 school year. Methods: This study is quasi-experimental design with pre-test - post-test and control group. Population of the study is all the autistic elementary school students in Hamedan. The sample size was 30 patients. Using random sampling, individuals were targeted. Participants in the training group cognitive-behavioral approach, were women. This utility-scale aggression in preschool children (pcas) the test and control groups were completed by mothers. Statistical analysis of data, descriptive and inferential statistics were used in the software environment SPSS18. Results: results showed that cognitive behavioral group training approach has been effective in reducing aggression among students and it has impact on meeting the aggressive pursuit of stability. Conclusion: according to the benefits of parent training on reducing maladaptive behaviors in autistic student, it is recommended alongside other conventional teaching approach in the field of autism to be taught to mothers.