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Informative Article | Education Management | Turkey | Volume 7 Issue 9, September 2018
Examination of the Relationship between Emotion Recognition/Regulation and Social Skills of 66-77 Months-Old Infants
Abstract: In the study, the relationship between childrens emotion recognition/regulation skills and social skills is examined. The research is in the relational survey model. The study group consists of 172 infants aged 66-77 months. The data of the research studyare obtained by using the Emotion Recognition Test, Emotion Regulation Scale and Social SkillsAssessment Screening Scale. The data are evaluated according to the Pearson Correlation analysis. Asignificant and positive relationship between Skills of Interpersonal Skills and Peer Pressure Refusal Skillsof Social Skills Assessment Screening Scale and Emotion Recognition is found, while there is no significant relationship between the subscales of Anger Management Skills and Self-Control Skills. A significant and positive relationship between Interpersonal Skills, Peer Pressure Refusal Skills, Self-Control Skills subscale of Social Skills Assessment Screening Scale and the Emotion Regulation subscale of Emotion Regulation is found, whereas no significant relationship is found between Anger Management Skills mean score and Emotion Regulation subscale ofEmotion Regulation Scale. A negative and significant correlation is detected between the mean scoreof the Social Skills Assessment Screening ScaleregardingInterpersonal Skills, Anger Management Skills, Peer Pressure Refusal Skills, Self-Control Skills and Variability-Negative subscale of the Emotion Regulation Skills Scale.
Keywords: Preschool, Emotion Recognition, Emotion Regulation, Social Skills
Edition: Volume 7 Issue 9, September 2018,
Pages: 1574 - 1578
How to Cite this Article?
Belgin Liman, "Examination of the Relationship between Emotion Recognition/Regulation and Social Skills of 66-77 Months-Old Infants", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=ART20191439, Volume 7 Issue 9, September 2018, 1574 - 1578
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