عنوان مقاله [English]
Introduction: Research has shown that the behavior of people with ADHD affects their performance in the family، school and community and provokes a negative reaction from those around them. Therefore، the aim of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of cognitive-behavioral therapy program for adolescents with attention deficit disorder. The hype was about their interaction with teachers.
Method: The method of quasi-experimental research and pre-test and post-test research design was follow-up with control and experimental groups. The statistical population included all adolescents aged 18-12 years who were diagnosed with ADHD in 1998 and were referred to the Resuscitation Clinic. For screening test (CBCL) was performed on the referred individuals and 30 people who scored higher than the cut in the test were selected. The research instruments included a child behavior checklist and a teacher-student relationship quality questionnaire IT-SR.
Results: The research findings were analyzed using SPSS software version 24 and analysis of covariance at a significance level of 0.05. Results: The findings showed that the cognitive-behavioral therapy program for adolescents with ADHD had a significant effect on their interaction with teachers.
Conclusion: According to the research findings، it can be said that the cognitive-behavioral program for adolescents has a beneficial effect on their interaction with teachers.
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