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Comparative study of attachment relationships in young children with symptoms of externalizing disorders: Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, oppositional defiant disorder, and conduct disorder and normal children

Authors: Solmaz Najafi Shoar, Leila Sheidaei and Afshin Ghavidel

Int J Med Res Health Sci.277-285 | pdf PDF Full Text

ABSTRACT
This study aimed to compare the relationship of attachment between children with externalizing disorder (ADHD
and less conflict and conduct disorder) was performed with normal children. And the correlation was causalcomparative
research design. The study population included all male students in Year 94 was 12.7 years in Tabriz
To this aim, and to a multi-stage random sampling method, a sample of 200 (150 patients with symptoms and 50
normal) KCAQ people were selected and CSI-4 was performed on them. The data were analyzed using ANOVA. The
results showed that children with externalizing disorders and normal children in terms of attachment there is a
significant difference (P <0/005). So that children with attention disorders and children with the disorder more or
less active and less conflict in relationships have insecure attachment styles. Another finding of the study showed
that children with conduct disorder, avoidant, ambivalent insecure attachment relationships are the common
children are secure attachment relationships. Thus, the results of this study have practical implications in clinical
areas to the extent that the design of such attachment-based interventions are necessary.
Keywords: Attachment relationships, externalizing disorders, hyperactivity disorders, oppositional defiant disorder,
and conduct disorder

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