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A Comparative Study of Frustration Parents Having Mentally Retarded Children and Parents Having Mentally Normal Children


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The aim of the study was to compare the Frustration of Parents of Mentally Retarded and Mentally Normal Children. Comparison has been made between Frustration of mothers and fathers. Frustration of parents having Boy MR children and Girl MR children were also compared on their frustration. Frustration of parents was measured by 'Frustration Test' by Chauhan and Tiwari (1972). Mean and SD of Frustration scores of both the comparison groups were calculated and 't' test has been employed to verify the retainability of the hypotheses. Results indicated high Frustration of parents of MR children. High Frustration of father of MR in comparison to parents having boys MR children. Some suggestions have been made to give support and help to these frustrated parents of MR children.

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Frustration Parents, MR Children.
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Geeta N. Lagadhir
Shree Bosamia College, Jetpur, Gujarat, India

Abstract


The aim of the study was to compare the Frustration of Parents of Mentally Retarded and Mentally Normal Children. Comparison has been made between Frustration of mothers and fathers. Frustration of parents having Boy MR children and Girl MR children were also compared on their frustration. Frustration of parents was measured by 'Frustration Test' by Chauhan and Tiwari (1972). Mean and SD of Frustration scores of both the comparison groups were calculated and 't' test has been employed to verify the retainability of the hypotheses. Results indicated high Frustration of parents of MR children. High Frustration of father of MR in comparison to parents having boys MR children. Some suggestions have been made to give support and help to these frustrated parents of MR children.

Keywords


Frustration Parents, MR Children.