The role of various social support variables on Turkish childrens anxiety level

1997-01-01
Akkök, Füsün
Güneri, Oya
Oral, Günseli
Sümer, Zeynep
This study investigated the role of various social support variables on the state and trait anxiety levels of elementary school children. The subjects were 196 4th alld 5th graders. The data were collected by the Social Support Form, State Anxiety Inventory, and Trait Anxiety Inventory. Results revealed a significant effect of living together with parents on state and trait anxiety levels: Furthermore, a pOSitive correlation between state anxiety and love and affection for the teacher was explored. No significant difference on the state and trait anxiety levels of children was another finding of the study. The effects of the nature and continuity of home and school environments on the anxiety levels of children were discussed in relation to these variables.

Citation Formats
F. Akkök, O. Güneri, G. Oral, and Z. Sümer, “The role of various social support variables on Turkish childrens anxiety level,” Mediterranean Journal of Educational Studies, vol. 2, pp. 71–77, 1997, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/74678.