Parents' Interaction Styles and their Relationship with the Level of Adaptation of Children in Classroom

Yusef Mosa Migdady, Mahmuod Hamid AlMigdadi


This study aimed at identifying parents' interaction styles and their relationship to the level of adaptation of children in classroom. The sample of the study which was intentionally selected consisted of (52) second grade students (23 male students and 29 female students). To achieve the objectives of the study, the researchers used a list of parental attitudes and a scale of the level of adaptation of children in classroom after confirming both the validity and reliability of these scales. The results of the study showed that there was an impact of parents' interaction styles on the children adaption in the classroom. The results also showed that there were differences between males and females in the level of adaptation due to the parents' interaction style.


Parents' Interaction Styles, Adaptation

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