Home chaos and child development - An empirical study in Pakistan
by Shamama Kazim, Syeda
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The book containsa description of home chaos and its impact on childrens' cognitive ability and their social and emotional adjustment. It is based on phd disseratation: empirical study conducted with Pakistani primary school children. The study indicates that children from chaotic home environment exhibit elevated levels of externalizing and internalizing problems, less adaptive and study skills. However the resukts have not indicated any significant relationship between home chaos and children's cognitive ability which might be ans indicationd of cultural moderators. The study is the pioneer work in Pakistan and have opened a very important area of research previously neglected. various implications and recommendations have been discussed and various hypotheses have been presented for future researchers.
Shamama Kazim, Syeda
Dr. Syeda Shamama-tus-Sabah KazimAssociate professor (Psychology)A psychologist with 12 years teaching experience in the permanent cadre of the Education Dept. of the Govt. of Punjab, Pakistan and presently working as Principal at Govt. Degree College (W), Taxila, Rawalpindi, Pakistan.The author has 8 international and national publications.
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LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
11 July 2012
0.22 x 0.15 x 0.013 m; 0.395 kg