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Korean Journal of Child Studies 2014;35(1): 77-93.
doi: https://doi.org/10.5723/KJCS.2014.35.1.77
부적응 행동 유아를 위한 정서중재 프로그램 개발 예비연구
신혜원 , 송혜린
A Preliminary Study on the Development and Effects of an Emotional Intervention Program for Maladaptive Preschoolers
Hyewon Shin , Hyerin Song
Abstract
The purpose of this research is to develop and evaluate an emotional intervention program for maladaptive preschoolers. The emotional intervention program focused on nurturing the ability to express emotions in healthy ways and how to empathize with others while the preschoolers perceives negative emotions. The participants in this study were nineteen preschoolers, residing in S city. Nineteen subjects were assigned to an experimental group practicing an emotional intervention program. The preschoolers participated in 8-session programs once a week over the course of eight weeks. Descriptive statistics, paired t-test and hierarchical cluster analysis were performed. The results of this study were as follows. First, there were significant differences between posttests and pretests results. The results showed a decrease in maladaptive preschooler`s problematic behaviors and aggressive strategies. The maladaptive preschoolers showed more representations of anxiety, avoidance/withdrawal, and deregulated/aggression. In addition the results also showed a decrease in preschooler`s representations of anxiety, avoidance/withdrawal, and deregulated/aggression.
Key Words: maladaptive preschoolers, emotional intervention, preschooler`s representation
주요어: 부적응 행동 유아, 정서중재, 유아 내적 표상
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