Effect of parent-child relationship on physical aggression among adolescents: Global school-based student health survey
Community Health Sciences
Data from the Global School-based Student Health Survey (GSHS) conducted in 2009 consisting of 5192 Pakistani school-going adolescents was used to assess the association between parent-child-relationship and physical-aggression. A multilevel-weighted-cox-proportional-algorithm was performed. The overall prevalence of physical-aggression was 41% of which 27% had a poor parent-child relationship. Male adolescents who have a poor bond with their parents had two times the prevalence of physical-aggression (95% CI: 1.82, 3.00) than those female adolescents with the strong parent-child-bonding. The findings of this study implicated that the poor parental bond and the role of gender as potential factors in physically aggressive adolescents.
Health Psychology Open
Ali Lakhdir, M. P.,
(2020). Effect of parent-child relationship on physical aggression among adolescents: Global school-based student health survey. Health Psychology Open, 7(2), 2055102920954715.
Available at: https://ecommons.aku.edu/pakistan_fhs_mc_chs_chs/796