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JHPM 2022, 11(5): 51-65 Back to browse issues page
Predicting Adolescent Girls' Self-Concept Based on Parent-Child Communication Pattern and Their Parents' Integrativee Self-Knowledge
Parvin Sedghi , Arezoo Shomali Oskuei , Mina Mojtabaee
Islamic Azad university , rapsychologycenter@gmail.com
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Introduction: The parent-child relationship pattern is one of the essential components of children's development and is often related to their most important achievements such as social and cognitive abilities. The aim of the present study is to predict the self-concept of adolescent girls based on the pattern of parent-child communication and their parents' integrativee self-knowledge.
Methods: The present research method is descriptive-correlation method. The statistical population included all female students of the first secondary level in Tehran in the academic year of 2019-2020, of which 460 adolescent girls and their parents as a sample unit using the multistage random sampling method and according to the inclusion and exclusion criteria were selected. Data collection instruments include demographic questionnaire, "Self-Concept Questionnaire", "Parent Child Communication Pattern Questionnaire" and "Integrative Self-Knowledge Scale". The validity of the instruments was measured using content validity by qualitative method and reliability by internal consistency method by calculating Cronbach's alpha coefficient. The research data were collected online through the link designed to answer the questionnaires. Structural Equation Model, SPSS. 24 and AMOS .24 software and maximum likelihood estimation method were used for data analysis.
Results: Parent-child communication patterns predict adolescent girls' self-concept negatively                    (β= -0/141, P<0/05). Parents integrativee self-knowledge predicts adolescent girls' self-concept positively (β=0/548, P<0/01). Parent-child communication patterns negatively predicted adolescent girls' self-concept through parents' cohesive self-knowledge (β=0/052, P<0/05).
Conclusions: Adolescent girls 'self-concept is predicted based on the parent-child communication pattern and their parents' cohesive self-knowledge. it is recommended to hold educational workshops for families to improve the pattern of parent-child relationship and self- integrative of parents.  
 
Keywords: Parent-Child Communication Pattern, Self-Concept, Integrative Self-Knowledge, Teenage Girls.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: health management
Received: 2021/11/11 | Accepted: 2021/12/27 | Published: 2022/10/2
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Sedghi P, Shomali Oskuei A, Mojtabaee M. Predicting Adolescent Girls' Self-Concept Based on Parent-Child Communication Pattern and Their Parents' Integrativee Self-Knowledge. JHPM 2022; 11 (5) :51-65
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