Azerbaycan`da Ergenlerde Yaygın Olarak Görünen Duygusal ve Davranışsal Problemler
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This study aimed to investigate the emotional and behavioral problems commonly encountered by adolescents in Azerbaijan. In this study was performed adaptation of the scale Youth Self Report 11/18 in order to examine the emotional/ behavioral problems experienced by adolescents, also aimed to evaluate suitability for a cross-cultural adaptation. The sample of the research constitutes 587 adolescents aged between 11 and 18 who are educated in public schools in Baku with no any mental health problem. The implementation was carried out in seven different schools in Baku. Confirmatory factor analysis of the YSR11 / 18 scale on the Azerbaijani sample was conducted and the content and structure validity of the scale were similar to the original scale. When the metrics are jointly evaluated, there is an acceptable agreement between the observed model, established by means of collected data by SRMR, CFI, NFI and NNFI, and the expected model hypothetical; There is good agreement according to 2 /sd, RMSEA, indices. Internal consistency coefficient (Cronbach `s alpha) for subscales were found to be Internalizing Problems .89, Externalizing Problems .85, Total Problems .94, Anxious/ Depressed .79, Social Withdrawn .70, Somatic Complaints .78, Social Problems .62, Delinquent Behaviour .68, Thought Problems .76, Attention Problems .72 and Aggressive Behaviors .94 respectively. Within the scope of the research, the relationship between gender and YSR 11/18 syndrome subscales was examined. There was no significant difference in the subscales of Thought Problems, Attention Problems and Aggressive Behaviors subscales (p> .05) however it was observed that there was a significant difference in the subscales of Anxious/ Depressed, Social Withdrawn, Social Problems, Somatic Complaints and Delinquent Behavior (p < .05). Total Problems, Internalizing Problems, Anxious/ Depressed, Social Withdrawn, Somatic Complaints and Social Problems are higher on girls than boys and Externalizing Problems, Delinquent Behavior scores are higher on boys than girls.