- Volume 3 Issue 1
A STUDY ON THE VARIABLES OF CHILDHOOD ANTISOCIAL BEHAVIOR
반사회적행동(Antisocial Behavior) 아동의 특성에 관한 연구
- Kim, Tae-Ryeon (Speech and Hearing Center, Ewha Womans University) ;
- Lee, Kyung-Sook (Speech and Hearing Center, Ewha Womans University)
- Published : 1992.12.31
The present study was purposed to find out variables of childhood antisocial behavior. The variables consisted of social cognition competence(Peer perception. acquaintance perception, frustration situation perception). academic competence(Visual integration function. written expression function, grammar closure function). The subject in this study were 32 nine year old-fourteen year old antisocial behavior boys and 32 third grade in elementary school-second grade in middle school normal boys and girls. The results of this study were obtained as follows. 1) In peer perception antisocial behavior children perceived peer as more supportive than normals. In acquaintance perception. there was no difference between groups. 2) In frustration situation perception, normal children used intropunitive attack still more than antisocial behavior children and antisocial behavior children perceived frustration situation more sensitive than normals and they were less active in problem solving aspects than normals. 3) In Academic competence, antisocial behavior children have deficits in visual motor integration function, written expression function. grammar closure function.