A study to evaluate the Effectiveness of Concentration Enhancement Activities in improving the concentration among the selected school age children with attention deficit and hyperactivity in the selected primary schools at Kanyakumari district.

Anjalijith, A G (2012) A study to evaluate the Effectiveness of Concentration Enhancement Activities in improving the concentration among the selected school age children with attention deficit and hyperactivity in the selected primary schools at Kanyakumari district. Masters thesis, Sree Mookambika College of Nursing, Kulasekharam.

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Abstract

A study to evaluate the effectiveness of concentration enhancement activities in improving the concentration among the selected school age children with attention deficit and hyperactivity in the selected primary schools at Kanyakumari District. Objectives 1. To establish the experimental and control groups with attention deficit and hyperactive school age children. 2. To pre test the concentration level of those selected school age children with attention deficit and hyperactivity assigned in the experimental as well as in the control groups. 3. To post test the level of concentration within the experimental group after implementing concentration enhancement activities and in the control group without implementing. 4. To evaluate the effectiveness of concentration enhancement activities in improving the concentration by comparing the pre and post tests of concentration level between the experimental and control groups. 5. To determine the association of the pretested concentration level among the selected subjects with their selected demographic variables such as sex, type of family, family income, birth order and family structure. Hypothesis H1 : There is a significant improvement in the level of concentration among the selected school age children in the experimental group after implementing concentration enhancement activities. H2 : There is a significant difference in the level of concentration between the experimental and control groups of selected school age children with attention deficit and hyperactivity after the concentration enhancement activities. H3 : There is a significant association of the pretested concentration level identified among the selected subjects with their selected demographic variables such as sex, type of family, family income, birth order and family structure. Assumption: Attention deficit and hyperactive children may be common among school age children. Attention deficit and hyperactivity may predispose to poor concentration among school age children. Poor concentration may lead to poor academic performance. Concentration enhancement activities may improve the concentration level of children which may have a positive influence in their academic performance.

Item Type: Thesis (Masters)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Concentration Enhancement Activities; School Age Children; Deficit and Hyperactivity; Kanyakumari District.
Subjects: NURSING > Paediatric Nursing
Depositing User: Ramakrishnan J
Date Deposited: 12 Oct 2017 10:25
Last Modified: 18 Aug 2020 03:19
URI: http://repository-tnmgrmu.ac.in/id/eprint/3671

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