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The Study of Emotional Stabity for Young Children
|Issue Date: ||2011-05-23 16:35:13 (UTC+8)|
The study aimed to understand the state of stable emotion of children by using literature review and questionnaires. The purpose was to develop an “Emotional Stabity Checklist for Young Children ”and tried to make a related statistic as well as figure out the variance in their gender, family structure, birth order, number of sibling, school grade, working year of teacher and class number etc.
Children between five to six years old at kindergarten were the objects of the study and the cluster samplings from 42 kindergartens in 19 cities/counties were collected. Based on the “Emotional Stabity Checklist for young children” was verified, 1526 valid questionnaires were received from 1599. The t-test and single-factor variance were analyzed so as to realize the difference in between.
1. The “Emotional Stabity Checklist for Young Children ”showed excellent reliability and validity.
2. Stable emotion of children was shown.
3. There was a statistically signiticant difference between gender; girls were more stable than boys.
4. There was a statistically signiticant difference among family structure; single- parent families were less stable than intact-parent families.
5. There was a statistically signiticant difference among birth order; the younger one was more stable than the elder one.
6. There was a statistically signiticant difference among number of sibling.
7. There was a statistically signiticant difference among school grade; the lower grade was less stable than the higher grade.
8. There was a statistically signiticant difference among working year of teacher.
9. There was a statistically signiticant difference among class number; the more fewer the more stable.A class under 15 children was showed more stable emotion than a class with 26 children.
The result of this study can be taken as reference for kindergartens and future researches.
Key words: children, stable emotion.
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