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Game Effectiveness of Cognitive Behavior Therapy on Improving Social Skills in Children with AD - Hyperactive in Sanandaj

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The purpose of this study, the efficacy of cognitive-behavioral play therapy to improve social skills in children with AD - more active Sanandaj. Is a quasi-experimental study pretest – post test control group not equivalent. The study population consisted of all elementary school students with "11-9" years , referring to a centers of learning disorders in Sanandaj 94-95 . Using convenience sampling of 20 children with learning disorders were selected and assigned to two experimental and control groups. For data collection, a checklist was used to assess social skills children Matson. After 10 sessions of cognitive-behavioral play therapy was applied to the experimental group, the results showed that the game - the treatment is to increase and improve social skills.


International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences (Volume 66)
S. Rahmani and R. Majidi, "Game Effectiveness of Cognitive Behavior Therapy on Improving Social Skills in Children with AD - Hyperactive in Sanandaj", International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences, Vol. 66, pp. 96-102, 2016
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