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29th International Conference on Public Mental Health and Neuroscience

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Kazi Saifuddin

Kazi Saifuddin

Jagannath University, Bangladesh

Title: Autistic intensity in relations to the demographic variables of parents


Biography: Kazi Saifuddin


Autism has been defined as a neuro-developmental disability of the children. A study was carried out to investigate the relationship between the intensity of autistic disorder and the demographic variables of the parents. The data was puprosively selected from different special schools for atistic children in the dhaka city. Intensity of autism wes measured by using the concern tools and the demographic variables of the parents were collected from the office record. One hundred autistic children were used as subjects those age range was 8 to 25 years and their parents age range was 25 to 60 years old. Allmost the subjects came from poor family.

In this study the demographic variables of parents were taken in account are: father’s blood group, socio economic status, living areas, number of siblings, number of autistic child and family planning has positive correlation significantly (p< 0.05) to the higher intensity of autism. On the other hand, demographic variables of parents are sex, mother’s blood group and physical problem were found significantly (p< 0.05) negative correlation with higher intensity of autism. There was negative correlation found between sex and age of parents. The negative correlation was also between mother’s blood group and father’s blood group. Again there was negative correlation found between physical problem and family planning. 

Therefore, it was concluded that the demographic variables of the parents more or less related to those of the intensities of spectrum of the autism.