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2016 | 57 | 747-753
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Investigation of relation between problem solving method (insolvency, control and creativity factors) of parents (fathers) with children's (sons)

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Problem solving is one of the most significant cognitive abilities which is involved in almost all decision makings and engagements with external stimuli. The current research aimed to investigate relation Investigation of relation between problem solving method (insolvency, control and creativity factors) of parents (Fathers) with children's (sons). The method is correlative. The sample group consists of 100 seventh to tenth grade students at non-profit schools in Tehran who were selected via cluster sampling method. Long and Cassidy's Problem Solving Method Inventory (1996) was given out among students and was returned having been filled. The Inventory related with parents was also delivered to students and was returned after being completed at home. Test results were analyzed by the SPSS software. Given Pearson Correlation Coefficient results, there was no relationship between Parents (fathers) Problem solving method and Children (sons) Problem solving method. Also, the results arising from examination of problem solving factors indicated that there was a significant relationship between trust in parents' problem solving and their children; however, no significant relationship was seen between inability in parents' problem solving and their children. Moreover, there was a significant relationship between tendency in parents' problem solving and their children.
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747-753
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