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Impact of Parental Personality on Crying Child Behavior and Their Future Mental Health PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 31 August 2016 00:53

Rupali Chandola (Department of Psychology, Kumaun University Campus, Almora, Uttrakhand, India)
S. C. Tiwari (Professor and Head, Department of Geriatric Mental Health, King George’s Medical University, U.P. Lucknow, India)

Rakesh Kumar Tripathi (Assistant Professor cum Clinical Psychologist, , Department of Geriatric Mental Health, King George’s Medical University, U.P. Lucknow, India)

DIP: 18.01.125/20160304

Background: Crying is an important means of communication for babies. It plays a crucial role in ensuring the survival, health and development of the child. Whether infants cry intensely for a few months or fuss frequently for the first year of life, a systems approach to development would suggest that the impact of extremes in crying on the infant’s immediate environment may have negative consequences for the dynamics of the parent-child relationship, which in turn would have implications for the child’s psychosocial development. Parents have important roles in child rearing, but the influence of their personality on rearing practices and their impact on the behavior of children has received surprisingly little attention. The aim of the current study was to investigate the relationship between parent’s personality and child crying behavior & future mental health. Methods: Study examined personality dimension of 300 parents of normal and psychiatrically ill male &female subjects select between 20-25 age group purposively. A question specially asked all the parents of the subject that what the behavior of the subjects was during two year from the birth. He or she was very irritating, crying or relaxed, happy and cool. The study was conducted on 75 indoor and outdoor psychiatric patients and 75 normal control’s parents. GHQ-12 negative subjects from the community formed the normal group.  Dimension Personality Inventory (DPI) was administered on all parents of included subjects. Result: Significant difference was found in all the dimensions of DPI between crying and non crying child’s parents. Conclusion: The maturity of parent’s character appears to have a key role in reducing the risk of behavior problems in their children. Suggestions are made for parental education and future research.

Keywords: Crying Behavior, Personality, Psychiatric Disorder, Parents-Child Relationship, DPI

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© 2016 R Chandola, S Tiwari, R Tripathi

This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0), which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.

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How to cite this article: R Chandola, S Tiwari, R Tripathi (2016), Impact of Parental Personality on Crying Child Behavior and Their Future Mental Health, International Journal of Indian Psychology, Volume 3, Issue 4, No. 64, ISSN 2348-5396 (e), ISSN: 2349-3429 (p), DIP: 18.01.125/20160304, ISBN: 978-1-365-32519-9

 



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