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Global Journal of Psychology, Abuse and Behavioural Education

ISSN: 2465-7549 Vol. 3 (4), pp. 107-113, October, 2015

Full Length Research Paper 

Psychological adjustment and its relationship with aggressive behavior among secondary stage students at Jeddah City

Eqbal Attar 

King Abdul-Aziz University, Saudi Arabia

Accepted 28 October, 2015

The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of psychological adjustment on aggressive behavior among students in the secondary stage from their teachers' perspectives, and to investigate the effect of gender, experience, academic level and age on their perspectives. To achieve the aim of this study a questionnaire was distributed among 70 teachers (38 males and 32 females) from secondary schools in Jeddah city. The questionnaires were collected and data was analyzed statistically using suitable statistics. Results showed that there are statistically significant differences in the teachers' attitudes towards the effect of psychological adjustment on aggressive behavior among students in the secondary stage, it also showed that there are statistically significant differences at (a= 0.05) in the teachers' attitudes towards the effect of psychological adjustment on aggressive behavior among students due to the gender variable, and there are statistically significant differences at (a= 0.05) in the teachers' attitudes towards the effect of psychological adjustment on aggressive behavior among students due to experience variable and academic qualification variable.

Key words: Psychological adjustment, aggressive behavior