• Насруллах Абдуллах оглу Ансариниджад


Цель этого исследования - исследование семейной психопатологии Тегеранского центра коррекции и перевоспитания, где ведется работа по семейной психокоррекции. К исследованию были привлечены 250 мальчиков и 40 девочек, которые каким-либо образом провинились в семье. Инструмент исследования - анкетный опрос, а также интервью. В итоге исследования было определено, что наиболее частая причина в психологических отклонениях связана с конфликтной ситуацией в семье, в том числе приведшей к разводу. 90%  девочек и 69%  мальчиков сообщили о разводе в семье.


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