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A Study on a Correlation among Science-Related Attitude, Overexcitability and Parent`s Rearing Attitude Perceived by Elementary School Students
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A Study on a Correlation among Science-Related Attitude, Overexcitability and Parent`s Rearing Attitude Perceived by Elementary School Students
JEONG, Seong-Hwan; KANG, Beodeul; YOO, Pyoung-Kil;
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 Abstract
This study was conducted to clarify a correlation among science-related attitude, overexcitability and parents` rearing attitude perceived by elementary school students. For this purpose, questionnaire surveys were carried out for 276 elementary school students consisted of 5th and 6th grades. The results were as follows. First, science-related attitude, overexcitability, and parents` rearing attitude perceived by elementary school students were meaningfully different on gender. boys`average was higher in science-related attitude than girls`. In the case of overexcitability, boys`average was higher in psychomotor and intellectual overexcitability than girls`, while girls`average was higher in emotional and sensual overexcitability than boys`. According to the analysis for parents` rearing attitude perceived by elementary school students, girl students perceived that their parents more firmly controlled them as compared with boy students. Second, according to the results conducting t-test for types of parents` rearing attitude perceived by students, boy students` average was meaningfully higher in the types of love-autonomy than girl students`. There was no difference between the groups of love-autonomy type and hostility-autonomy type. Third, there showed a meaningful correlation between students` science-related attitude and parents` rearing attitude in order of love, hostility, autonomy, and control type. There showed a meaningful correlation between students` science-related attitude and intellectual, sensual, imaginational, psychomotor, and emotional overexcitability in order. Last, according to multiple regression analysis, factors effecting on science-related attitudes were intellectual overexcitability, love among the types of parents` rearing attitude perceived by students im order.
 Keywords
Parents` rearing attitude perceived by children;Overexcitablility;Science-related attitudes;
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Korean
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