International Journal of Psychology and Psychological Therapy
  

Volume 14 Num. 3 - October 2014

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Validation of an Observational Record for Detecting Emperor Syndrome in the Classroom

Volume 14 Num. 3 - October 2014 - Pages 397-408

Authors:

José Antonio Rabadán Rubio , Ana María Giménez Gualdo

Abstract:

Educating children becomes difficult because of social changes. However it is more difficult with those who consider themselves as supreme heroes at home and ill-treat to their parents. These children and teenagers are considered part of “Emperor’s syndrome” which has worryingly increasing, justifying the need to promote an early detection of these behaviour disorders at schools. At this point, the aim is to present an observational scale directed to primary and secondary teachers and its validation process through inter-judges. The results show a high reliability index of the tool as useful to detect this syndrome in classrooms to divert students to specialists after

Key words:

Emperor’s Syndrome, adolescence

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