Zelfbeeld en sociale informatieverwerking bij kinderen met externaliserend probleemgedrag van 9 tot 12 jaar die de Alles Kidzzz training volgen
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Aim: the main purpose of this study is to examine the effect of the Alles Kidzzz intervention on self-concept and social information processing. Research is contucted to prove a positive effect of the intervention on the cognitive aspects self-concept and social information processing. Methods: 95 children with externalising behavioural problems aged between nine and twelve years were selected from the primary school. There were two groups, only one group received the Alles Kidzzz intervention (intervention group). The children completed the CBSK (traditional measure self-concept) , the SIP (traditional measure social information processing) and before and after the intervention a questionnaire. Results: children in the intervention group showed a significant improvement of behavioural conduct after the intervention. Results indicated also a significant decline of hostile respons and evaluation respons in the intervention group, but there was no significant change of hostile intention. Keywords: externalising behavioural problems; self-concept; social information processing; children; Alles Kidzzz intervention.