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A Basic Study on Scale Development of Problem Behaviors for Young Children
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A Basic Study on Scale Development of Problem Behaviors for Young Children
Kim, Joeng Kyoum; Kang, Young-Sik;
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 Abstract
This study is intended to draw a scale for problem behaviors of young children. To achieve this, an empirical survey was carried out on experts from three groups of daycare center teachers, kindergarten teachers and early childhood education-majored professors. A total of 209 items were measured by the scale for young children`s problem behaviors from the 1970s to now. The results showed that 96 of a total 209 items in 5 categories related to the scale for young children`s problem behaviors were adopted as major items. Using these 96 major items in 5 categories, 17 out of 40 items in a peer relationship category, 13 out of 41 items in a development category, 20 out of 50 items in a fundamental habit category, 22 out of 38 items in a morality category, and 24 out of 40 items in an emotion category were adopted. Most items were adopted in the emotion category, whereas most items were rejected in the development category. Therefore, it is judged that their problem behaviors are caused mainly by anxiety, shrinking, unexpected behaviors, dependence on parents or teachers, and slow behaviors due to the latent negative emotions of young children at the developing stage.
 Keywords
Emotion Category;Fundamental Habit;Morality Category;Peer Relationship;Problem Behaviors;
 Language
Korean
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