The Effects of Mother-Child Interaction and Child's Social Behaviors on Child's Peer Acceptance
어머니-유아 상호작용과 유아의 사회적 행동이 유아의 또래수용도에 미치는 영향

Jee-Nha Chung
2014 Korean Journal of Human Ecology  
The purpose of this study was to explore the effects of mother-child interaction and child's social behaviors on child's peer acceptance. Participants were 108 4-to 5-year-old preschoolers(58 boys, 50 girls) and their mothers. Data were analyzed by descriptive statistics, correlation analysis and stepwise multiple regression analysis. The major findings are summarized as follows: (1) mother-child interaction are generally correlated with child's peer acceptance. And child's prosocial behavior
more » ... rosocial behavior was positively correlated with child's peer acceptance, whereas child's aggressive behavior, asocial behavior and hyperactive-distractible behavior were negatively correlated with child's peer acceptance. (2) The most influential factor on child's peer acceptance was child's experience in session, the next influential factor was child's hyperactive-distractible behavior and the last influential factor was asocial behavior.
doi:10.5934/kjhe.2014.23.3.409 fatcat:g4nrhu6vkre5pddk5zrb6ghkzm