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Examining preeclampsia correlation with cognitive development and symptoms of behavioral disorders among children
Marzieh Bagheri1, Seyed Ebrahim Hossini *2, Hojjatallah Javidi1, Naderh Sohrabi1
1- Islamic Azad University, Marvdasht Branch, Iran
2- Zand Institute of Higher Education, Shiraz , ebrahim.hossini@yahoo.com
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Introduction: The present study aimed to determine the correlation between maternal pre-eclampsia and cognitive development and symptoms of behavioral disorders in children and adolescents.
Materials & Methods: The research was conducted in 2017 by descriptive correlation method. The statistical population included 1406 children born in 2006-2009-2012 in Hafez Educational-Medical Center located in Shiraz. According to Morgan's table, 300 children were selected as a sample, our sample was limited to children with data available on maternal pre-eclampsia. Cognitive development was evaluated by the Raven's Coloured Progressive with the validity 41% and reliability 62%. Symptoms of behavioral disorders were assessed by the Rutter Behavioral Disorders Questionnaire for parents and the validity of 97% and reliability of 92% were achieved. Data analysis was performed in SPSS software.
Ethics code: IR.SUMS.REC.1397.146
Findings: The results showed that there is a significant and positive relationship between preeclampsia and cognitive development was equal to 0.187 which was significant at P <0.01. there was a significant relationship between maternal pre-eclampsia and cognitive development. Also, the correlation between pre-eclampsia and aggression is equal to 0.317, with child anxiety is equal to 0.247, with maladaptation is equal to 0.240 and with attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder is -0.212, all of which are significant at the level of p <001. It was found that there is a significant inverse relationship between pre-eclampsia and aggression, anxiety, maladaptation and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, but the correlation between pre-eclampsia and child antisocial behavior was 0.107 and no significant relationship was observed.
Discussions & Conclusions: maternal pre-eclampsia can affect cognitive development and behavior in childhood. On the other hand, more hospitalization of these infants in their intensive care unit can lead to disruption in child development.
Keywords: Pre-eclampsia, Cognitive development, Symptoms of behavioral disorders, Children.
     
Type of Study: Research | Subject: Psychology
Received: 2021/06/23 | Accepted: 2021/11/20 | Published: 2022/01/5
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Bagheri M, Hossini S E, Javidi H, Sohrabi N. Examining preeclampsia correlation with cognitive development and symptoms of behavioral disorders among children. ارمغان دانش. 2021; 26 (6)
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