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Volume :2018 Issue : 126 2018      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

The Relative Contribution of Some Psychology Variables in the Prediction of Aggressive behavior Among Secondary School Students in State of Kuwait

Auther : Dr. Majed M. Alali -Dr. Sameera A. Al-Mathkori

The present study addressed a number of goals, most important of which is to know the relative contribution of some psychology variables in the prediction of aggression behavior among secondary school students in State of Kuwait. This study was administrated to (904) students, from eleventh and twelfth grades among eight secondary schools, whereas (427) males, and (477) females, their ages between 15-18 yrs (M= 16.7 yrs, SD= 0.79). This study includes the following tools: The scale of aggressive behavior, the scale of stress, the scale of loneliness, and the scale of social efficacy. The findings of the study were as follows: 1) There were significant differences between males and females in stress and social efficacy in favor of females. 2) There were positive significant correlations between aggressive behavior with stress and loneliness, but negative correlation with social efficacy among total sample. 3) The results of stepwise regression showed that stress is the strongest predictor of aggressive behavior among the total sample. 4) Finally, there is no interaction between study major with gender in aggressive behavior among the total sample. Finally, the main results come up with the presence of sure psychological variables indicating the stress is the main variable that affects positively in the prediction of aggressive behavior among the total sample, unlike those aspects of the results of the total sample, which needs more studies in the psychological and educational fields, to identify the most important psychological variables, which positively affect in aggressive behavior.

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