Onderzoek naar “Alles Kidzzz” en het effect op agressie en zelfbeeld
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Abstract Subject “Alles Kidzzz” has influence on aggression and self image of children between the age of nine and twelve. Participants In this design 95 children have taken part, of which 67 boys and 28 girls. 46 boys took part in the “Alles Kidzzz” program, 21 boys were selected for the control group, whom had no “Alles Kidzzz” training. 18 girls took part in the “Alles Kidzzz” program, 10 girls were selected for the control group. The mean age is 10.45, with a minimum age of 9.19, and a maximum age of 12.41. Method The design is a randomized controlled trial. In this study, we used a questionnaire, whom examines aggression by two dimensions: reactive and proactive aggression, for which we used the REPRO. The CBSK examines self image by three dimensions: social acceptance, global self worth and behavioural attitude. Results Children who were selected for the ‘Alles Kidzzz’ training showed significant positive results on the scales of behavioral attitude, global self worth and self-image as total. We found also a negative connection between behavioral attitude and (reactive) aggression, and between self-image and reactive aggression Conclusion Kids who take part in the ‘Alles Kidzzz’ program have a more positive over all self image at the end of the program. When the self image and behavioral attitude grows, the aggression drops.