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The aim of this study was to compare the communication skills of adolescents in different parent-child relation patterns. These patterns included the security oriented, equilibrium oriented and freedom oriented ones. The research method was ex- post- facto. The participants were 154 high school girls who were selected using multistage cluster sampling and asked to fill out Bagheri parent-child relation pattern Inventory (PCRPI) and Jerabek Communication skills test. Collected data was then analyzed using variance analysis test. Results showed that there was a significant difference in communication skills between children in the three parent – child – relation patterns in a way that this variable was highest in equilibrium oriented pattern. Meanwhile, among the subscales of communication skills, just the assertiveness one had a significant difference in the three parent – child – relation patterns, in a way that it was highest in equilibrium oriented pattern.
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Author(s): Farnaz Tafvizi Zavareh and Fariborz Bagheri
parent-child relation patterns, communication skills