Year:2021   Volume: 3   Issue: 1   Area: Child Research

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Dr. Duha Badr AL-LAMY

THE RELATIONSHIP OF QUARANTINE TO POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS ANXIETY IN CHILDREN FROM THE POINT OF VIEW OF THEIR PARENTS

This research aims to reveal the relationship of quarantine to post-traumatic anxiety in children, from the viewpoint of their parents, By conducting an applied study on a selected sample of (400) children from Baghdad governorate, who are less than seven years old. The researcher used the descriptive method, being the closest to discovering the relationship between the research variables, as well as using the statistical application (SPSS) in the practical side of the research to analyze the questionnaire data prepared by the researcher for the purpose of answering it by the families of the children, the research sample. The post-traumatic anxiety scale prepared by the researcher included (18) questions about the effects caused by the quarantine imposed by the public authorities in Iraq to limit the spread of the new Corona virus on the mental health of the children studied, As well as finding statistically significant differences in post-traumatic anxiety among children, the research sample, according to the gender variable (male - female), if any. The researcher concluded that the research sample children suffer from post-traumatic anxiety as a result of the quarantine imposed to limit the spread of the new Corona virus, from the point of view of their parents. and the researcher also concluded that there are no statistically significant differences between the children studied according to the variable (Gender) as a result of their exposure to trauma

Keywords: Quarantine, Anxiety, Trauma, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Early Childhood

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2717-8293.1-3.14


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