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Hemmati S, Pourmohammadreza-Tajrishi M, Rassafiani M, Shirin-bayan P, Koushesh M R, Teimouri R. Comparison of Emotional Maturity in Boys adolescents with Down Syndrome(Research in Normal and Exceptional Schools). jrehab. 2014; 14 (S2) :87-92
URL: http://rehabilitationj.uswr.ac.ir/article-1-1414-en.html
1- Associate professor Children Neurorehabilitation Research Center,University of Welfare & Rehabilitation Siences, Tehran, Iran. , sahel.hemmati@yahoo.com
2- Assistant professor Exceptional chidren
3- Associate professor neurorehabilitation research center
4- neurorehabilitation research center
5- Evin, Kodakyar Blv,University of social welfare &rehabilitation science
Abstract:   (4913 Views)

Objective: This research is compromised emotional maturity in boys’ adolescents with Down syndrome (12-18) years that study in formal and exceptional schools.

Materials & Methods: At first 15 boy’s students with DS that study in formal school matched with 15 students in Exceptional school (IQ, , age, family education and socioeconomic state were same) . Then EMS (Emotional Maturity Scale) was tested by researchers.

Results: Adolescents with DS in formal schools are significantly different and have better scale in emotional maturity and their fields. (P<0.001)

Conclusion: Emotional maturity in adolescents with DS in formal schools is positive and better than peers in Exceptional classs This result is helpful for improvement integrated education system. .

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Type of Study: Original | Subject: Exceptional Children Psychology
Received: 9/12/2013 | Accepted: 4/03/2014 | Published: 4/03/2014

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