Comparative study on the level of aggression, depression and social skills among school-age children
Keywords:schoolchildren, differences, depression, aggressiveness, social skills
In this research you will find the gender differences that exist between children of young school age in terms of the level of aggression, depression and social skills, but also their importance in everyday life. The tests were applied to a group of 60 subjects, the distribution being of 30 girls and 30 boys. Participants belong to the age range of 6 to 11 years. Considering the presented, the objectives of the paper are: to find out the differences between the two types of gender in terms of the level of aggression, depression and social skills. Following the statistical calculations, all the objectives were achieved, all three hypotheses being valid. Relative to the level of aggression, boys had significantly higher scores than girls, and in terms of levels of depression and social skills the scores indicated were higher among girls.