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Korean Journal of Child Studies 1992;13(2): 251-272.
부모 - 아동간 신념의 일치도와 아동의 학업 성취도 및 자기능력지각과의 관계
Congruence of Parents and Children's Beliefs : Relationships to Academic Achievement and Perceived Competence
Kyung Sook Jeun
The purpose of this study is to investigate the relationships among the beliefs of parents and children, children`s cognitive and emotional behavior based on cognitive and interreactionary approach models. The Subjects were 138 children (68 eight-year-olds and 70 eleven-year-olds) and their parents. Instruments used in this study were the modified Family Belief Interview Schedule(Alessandri & Wozniak, 1987), the Standard Achievement Test, and Harter`s Perceived Competence Scale. Data analysis was by Pearson`s r product moment correlation, two-way ANOVA, Fisher-Z test and Student-Newman-Keuls post-hoc test. The major findings are as follows: (1) The beliefs of parents and children has a significant influence children`s perception of competence. (2) The congruence of parents` and children`s beliefs was hightest in "assumed similarity". (3) Mother`s positive view of their children and congruence of mother`s and father`s beliefs were correlated with children`s academic achievement. Parents` positive beliefs and congruence of beliefs were also correlated with children`s self-perception of competence.
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