Emotional Maturity Influence in Aggressive BehaviorAuthor(s): Mohammad Nayef Ayasrah* and Mohamad Ahmad Saleem Khasawneh
The purpose of this research is to investigate whether or not there is a connection between kids' emotional development and their level of violent conduct. The correlational quantitative approach was used throughout the course of this investigation. It is possible to assess whether or not there is a connection between the independent variable, which is emotional maturity, and the dependent variable, which is violent conduct, by using this approach. This research used a method known as purposive sampling. The total number of participants that took part in this survey was 143 pupils. The findings of this study, when analyzed, indicate that there is a significant negative relationship between emotional maturity and aggressive behaviour, with a Pearson correlation value of -0.282 and a significance of 0.001 (p 0.05). This indicates that there is a significant negative relationship between emotional maturity and aggressive behaviour. While other characteristics are responsible for 71.8% of the variance in violent conduct, emotional maturity is responsible for 28.2% of the variance.