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|Title:||Parenting styles in children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) who have disruptive behavior: Study of cases during the pandemic by Covid-19|
|Authors:||Delgado Serna, Erica N.|
Arias Gallegos, Walter L.
|Keywords:||Autistic spectrum disorder;Disruptive behavior;Parenting styles,;Parental stress;Family functionality|
|Publisher:||NEUROPSICOLOGIA CLNEUROPSICOLOGIA CL, RANCAGUA, 00000, CHILE|
|Abstract:||In this study we analyze the parenting styles of parents of children with autism who present disruptive behaviors, in asociation with several family variables such as family functionality, parental stress and coping in parents of children with disabilities. In order to value objectively the autism, we applied the CHAT and to value the disruptive behavior we applied the Eyberg Behavior Inventory. Moreover, we collected personal and family data of the children assessmented through the clinic chart and the mental examination. The children were nine male and one female diagnosid with autism, and who were refered by the parents with disruptive behavior. The results were processed qualitatively, revealing some trends compatible with scientific literatura about autism. The children present alterations over their sensory development, language development delay and alterations in communications and social interactions. Finaly, the parenting style so called autoritative kind are associated with balance family fucntionality, while the levels of parental stress were low, and were related with a centered problema coping style.|
|Appears in Collections:||Artículos - Psicología|
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