Parental behavioral ambivalences and mixed anxiety depression disorder - Chung, Moses
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This study was carried out to investigate the impact of behavioural ambivalences of both maternal and paternal parent communities during and after inter-communal conflicts on mixed anxiety- depressive disorders in young adults of bi-communal families.The problem is that young adults of bi-cultural parents are prohibited from going to war against their maternal community yet members of both communities still reject these young adults, treating them with love and hate. This study employed the Double Bind Theory. Two hypotheses set for the study were:(H1;) Protection-rejection behavior of…mehr

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This study was carried out to investigate the impact of behavioural ambivalences of both maternal and paternal parent communities during and after inter-communal conflicts on mixed anxiety- depressive disorders in young adults of bi-communal families.The problem is that young adults of bi-cultural parents are prohibited from going to war against their maternal community yet members of both communities still reject these young adults, treating them with love and hate. This study employed the Double Bind Theory. Two hypotheses set for the study were:(H1;) Protection-rejection behavior of paternal community and :(H2) Protection-rejection behaviour of the maternal community during and after inter-communal conflicts determines anxiety- depressive disorders among young adults born of inter-communal families. A sample of 10 Oku, 10 Mbessa, 10 mixed Oku-Mbessa and 10 mixed Mbessa-Oku young adults were selected. After passing the HADS test, 03 mixed participants with highest scores were given clinical interviews.From the scores on the thematic content analysis, results showed that the three participants were victims of ambivalent behaviours (6/6, 5/6, 5/6 respectively) and positive for
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  • Verlag: BLUES KIDS OF AMER
  • Seitenzahl: 108
  • Erscheinungstermin: 19. November 2019
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 220mm x 150mm x 6mm
  • Gewicht: 179g
  • ISBN-13: 9786138832256
  • ISBN-10: 6138832256
  • Artikelnr.: 60213006
Autorenporträt
Moses Chung was born in 1974 in Elak Oku , North West region of Cameroon.he is a holder of Teacher's grade One diploma, Second cycle teacher trainer diploma from the university of Bamenda, A first Degree in psychology from the university of Dschang, A Master's degree in psychology from the university of Douala. He is member of the IACCP and CPA