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Purpose: This study investigated the impact SS (short stature) on children’s psychology, peer and familial relationships and the academic performance. Methods: A cross-sectional quantitative face-to-face survey of 656 males and female children aged 4-18 years. It was conducted from March 2015 to April 2015 in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Results: There was a weak significant relationship between height and negative psychology of SS children. There was no relationship between SS children and negative peer relationships, familial relationships or academic performance Conclusion: This research found that there was no relationship between SS children and negative psychology, peer relationships, family relationships or academic performance.
Short stature, Psychology, Academic performance, Family relationships, Short stature,Psychology,Academic performance,Family relationships