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ASSOCIATION BETWEEN AIDED CORTICAL AUDITORY EVOKED POTENTIAL AND BEHAVIOURAL MEASURES IN CHILDREN FITTED WITH BINAURAL HEARING AIDS Abstract CEAP have a potential application to confirm the behavioral measures in children (Rance, 2002; Golding, 2007; Lightfoot & Kennedy 2006; Sharma, 2011). Thus, present study is aimed to explore relationship between CAEP and behavioral measures in young children using bilateral hearing aids. 11 children fitted with bilateral hearing aids were participated. Participants underwent series of functional hearing aid evaluation, rating by parents and aided CAEP measures. Parental rating included MAIS (Meaningful auditory integration scale) and MUIS (Meaningful Use of Speech Scale).
This paper will focus mainly on three: self-consistency theory, self-affirmation and. The self-consistency theory claims that cognitions we have about ourselves works as expectancies for the behaviour (Aronson, 1968; Aronson & Carlsmith, 1962). Dissonance emerge when a person behave in ways that does not fit with his/her self-concept
Separately, by observing the behaviors of others, people develop similar behaviors (Smith & Berge, 2009). It considers that people learn from one another through observational learning and imitation. He believes that people obtain their behaviors by observing to others, then imitate what they have observed. In year 1961, Albert Bandura and his researchers carried out an experiment named as Bobo Doll experiment in order to study how aggressive behavior develops in children. He believes that children are passive witnesses to an aggressive display by an adult.
According to Bill Hybels, delayed gratification is a process of scheduling the pain and pleasure of life in such a way as to enhance the pleasure by meeting and experiencing the pain first and getting it over with. During the 1960s, psychologist Walter Mischel conducted the ‘marshmallow test’ with four-year-olds in the preschool at Stanford University. The object of the
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4.2. Research design: the research design implemented for the present study was quasi-experimental design where the three group pre test and post test design was selected to compare the effectiveness of mindfulness therapy and bibliotherapy on adolescent’s developmental transitional identity anxiety among early adolescents Early Adolescent Pretest Intervention Posttest
In this research the researcher wanted to evaluate the effects of different styles of parenting on the development of social anxiety in children. The psychologist Diana Baumrind (1971, 1991) explained the distinctive paradigms of child rearing patterns based upon two parts of child rearing conduct: control and warmth. Parental control