The family environment states that children perform at their best at home

The family environment states that children perform

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The family environment states that children perform at their best at home because is a well-known environment due to feeling secure and the is at their best interest or outmost welfare. There are a lot of factor that play a part during a child’s performance such as values morals and discipline from their parents. Some stressors such as divorced can influence a child’s performance. Culture refers mostly to the way of thinking, acting and feeling. Values are different depending on the person’s culture, their environment and affects the way they perceive things even definition such as intelligence. There are different levels of ability, achievement, performance and motivation depending on the person and their cultural values therefore promotes different abilities and pursuits for test takers . One of the factors that have the most impact is the environment how their families are structured and functioning together . EXAMPLE OF ARTICLE The article tested if these conditions would affect children’s IQ scores and perform low on the tests. Chaos was normally distributed across the entire possible range of scores for the 5-point scale Means were just below the middle of the scale, reflecting modest positive skew. There was sample variation, with standard deviations of about two-thirds of a point on the five-point scale (Deater- Deckard 2009). Chaos and housing conditions were the only two that were significantly correlated with all other variables. Chaos in the family environment can harm a person’s mental health and alter a test score. References Cohen, R.J. & Swerdlik, M.E. (2018). Psychological testing and assessment: An introduction to tests and measurement. (9th ed.). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill. EXAMPLE OF ARTICLE Deater-Deckard, K., Mullineaux, P. Y., Beekman, C., Petrill, S. A., Schatschneider, C., & Thompson, L. A. (2009). Conduct Problems, IQ, and Household Chaos: A Longitudinal Multi-Informant Study. Journal Of Child Psychology And Psychiatry, 50(10), 1301-1308.
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