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Exploration of Young Children’ s Brainwave in the Prosocial Context
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取臺北市三所國小附設幼兒園共 96 名 4 歲與 5 歲幼兒作為研究對象。
The purposes of this study were to explore young children’s brainwave changes in the prosocial context and to analyze the relationship between children’s brainwave changes and teachers’ observation about children’s procsocial behaviors. The subjects were 96 four-year-old and five-year-old children studying in three preschools in Taipei City selected by purposive sampling. There were three methods to collect data in this empirical research: one is questionnaire and the other is MindWave Mobile. Another is the questionnaire : the scale of young children’s prosocial behaviors, was assessed by teachers, and its aims to collect data of children’s procsocial behaviors. The other is the young children watched the video “Kindness Boomerang”, meanwhile the MindWave Mobile was used to collect theirs’ brainwave changes. The main findings were as follows: 1. There is no significant correlation between young children’s brainwave and young children’s procsocial behaviors assessed by teachers. 2. There is no significant difference between young children’s brainwave and gender as well as young children’s brainwave and ages. However, there is a statistically significant difference between the means of Gamma wave (the four selected sections in the video-help, cooperation, share and comfort) and young children’s ages as well as genders. Four-year-old subjects’ Gamma waves in help, cooperation and share context are higher tthan five-year-old subjects. 3. There is a statistically significant difference between the young children’s procsocial behaviors assessed by teachers and ages; there is no significant difference between the young children’s procsocial behaviors assessed by teachers and gender. Five-year-old subjects’ procsocial behaviors above four-year-old subjects.
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