Assessment of the impact of the classroom environment and family environment on mental health in school children (Paperback)

Assessment of the impact of the classroom environment and family environment on mental health in school children By Vyas Bharti Rashesh Cover Image

Assessment of the impact of the classroom environment and family environment on mental health in school children (Paperback)

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1 Self-Concept and Significant others in relation to MentalHealth Davidson and Land (1960) found significant correlations between the self-concept of children and their perceptions of their teacher's feelings towards them. Dorothy Kipnis (1961) stressed the importance of friends in self-concepts. He tested students living in a dormitory and found that those who perceived their best friends to be relatively unlike themselves tended to change their self-evaluations during the sixweeks of the study so that the differences between themselves and their friends were smaller. According to Purkey W.W. (1970) self-concept first emerges in the context of the family as the ground child learns to view him-or herself as his or her parents view him of her. He stressed that the importance of parents for self-concepts continuous through adolescence rather than declining markedly. 1.1.2 Implications of Self-Concept in determining Mental-Health An analysis of 104 hospitalized psychotics by Wittenbom (1951) revealed that extremely high levels of self-esteem (exaggeration of ability and well being and grandiose notions of oneself) as well as extremely low levels of self-esteem (self-derogation, feeling of helplessness) were clearly factors associated with psychosis. A group of 79 well-acquainted college students took a series of personality tests designed to measure each subjects self-concept, and

Product Details ISBN: 9781805450344
ISBN-10: 1805450344
Publisher: Techroot
Publication Date: November 8th, 2022
Pages: 182
Language: English