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Investigation efficacy of neurofeedback intervention on reduction aggression behaviors in adolescents
Masoumeh Behboodi1, Samira Shah- Abadi2, Akram Ansari-Moghaddam3, Nastaram Ahmadi4, Morteza Shamohammadi 5
1- Assistant Professor and Director of the Department of Counseling, Roudehen University
2- MA , Counseling and Guidance, Roudehen University
3- Clinical Psychology. Tehran Institute Psychiatry
4- Msc ,Clinical Psychology, Psychiatry and Clinical Psychology Research Center Tehran University of Medical Sciences.
5- MA ,Guidance and Counseling, Psychiatry and Clinical Psychology Research Center Tehran University of Medical Sciences , morteza.shah@chmail.ir
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  Background and Aim: Social psychologists defines aggressive act a conscious behavior that its aim is creation physical or mental pain and suffering. Aggression is relatively permanent inclination to expressing behaviors along with ruff from a person in different position.

 

Materials and Methods: The research is done in frame a quasi-experimental design (pre-test and post-test) with two test and control groups with t reatment protocol (t3-t4: s tructures and complex communication networks that there are in under cortex or cortical that to it called limbic system or lateral and is responsible emotions and memory ), on 30 adolescents 13-15 years old with aggression disorder. Sampling method was accessible. Treatment has been implemented during 20 sessions, for 2 months and 3 sessions, in every week (30 minutes). For data collection is used of Buss and Perry Aggression Questionnaire that iranian reliability reported for the total scale (0/82) and validity (0/73).

 

Results: The results of analysis of covariance about anger show that calculated F (14/55) is greater from table F with significant 0/01. Thus with confidence 0/99 can be claimed that use of neurofeedback method is causing reduction “anger”. The results of analysis of covariance about physical aggression show that calculated F (36/5) is greater from table F with significant 0/01. Thus with confidence 0/99 can be claimed that use of neurofeedback method is causing reduction “physical aggression”. The results of analysis of covariance about verbal aggression show that calculated F (5/77) is greater from table F with significant 0/01. Thus with confidence 0/99 can be claimed that use of neurofeedback method is causing reduction “verbal aggression”. The results of analysis of covariance about hostility show that calculated F (36/5) is greater from table F with significant 0/01. Thus with confidence 0/99 can be claimed that use of neurofeedback method is causing reduction “hostility”.

 

Conclusion: The results are expression that intervention with protocol (t3-t4) is causing reduction aggression behaviors in adolescents.

 

Key words : Neurofeedback , Aggression, Adolescents , I ntervention , Education

Keywords: Neurofeedback, Aggression, Adolescents, I ntervention, Education
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2015/05/11 | Accepted: 2015/05/11 | Published: 2015/05/11
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Behboodi M, Shah- Abadi S, Ansari-Moghaddam A, Ahmadi N, Shamohammadi M. Investigation efficacy of neurofeedback intervention on reduction aggression behaviors in adolescents. mrj. 2015; 9 (2) :62-68
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