Factors Affecting the Incidence of Aggression in Guidance School Students

Moosa Javdan


One hundred and eighty five guidance school students were selected using the random sampling method with the purpose of investigating factors inside and outside of schools that are effective in the appearance of aggressive behavior in boys attending guidance schools in BandarAbbas. Noodargah’s affective family climate questionnaire Schutte Emotional Intelligence Scale (EIS), YarAhmadi’s life skills questionnaire, and Eysenck Aggression Inventory (EAI) were completed for measuring the predictor, the emotional intelligence, the life skills, and the criterion variables, respectively. The obtained data was analyzed by using the correlation matrix and through calculating the coefficient of correlation of multiple regressions. The results of this analysis showed that the affective family climate and the emotional intelligence and life skills of juveniles are suitable model for anticipating aggression in juveniles because they explain 76.1% of the variance of aggression in guidance schools male students. The results in this study indicated that affective family climate, and the emotional intelligence and life skills of juveniles have a significant relationship with the appearance of aggression in boys attending guidance schools.

Keywords: Juveniles, Aggression, Affective family climate, Emotional intelligence

Full Text:

PDF 1-10


  • There are currently no refbacks.

Copyright (c) 2015 American Journal of Life Science Researches

Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.