Investigatıon The Relationship Between The Perceived Parental Attitude, The Fear of Negative Evaluation and The Self-Effıcacy Perception of The Elementary School Students

Özlem Acar Bulut, Makbule Kali Soyer Full Text: PDF

Abstract

This study carried out to examine the relationship between the perceived parental attitude, fear of negative evaluation levels, and perception of self-efficacy of the 3rd and 4th-grade elementary school students. The study sample consisted of 403 elementary school students who were educated in İstanbul in the 2018-2019 academic year. In the study; the Parental Attitude Scale, The Fear of Negative Evaluation Scale, and the Self-efficacy Scale for Children were used. According to the findings of the study, a positive significant relationship was found between parental attitudes and self-efficacy and a negative significant relationship between parental attitudes and fear of negative evaluation. Alsono statistically significant relationship was found between self-efficacy and fear of negative evaluation. In addition, while a significant relationship was found between gender and parental attitudes and fear of negative evaluation in favor of girls, it was concluded that self-efficacy did not differ in terms of gender.

Keywords: Parental Attitudes, Social Anxiety, Fear of Negative Evaluation, Self-Efficacy