Guilt Characteristics of Deaf Middle School Students and Its Rela-tionship with Prosocial Tendency

  • Xuyan Zhou

Abstract

275 middle school deaf students and 298 healthy hearing students were selected as subjects to investigate the guilt characteristics of middle school deaf students and their relationship with prosocial tendencies. The results showed that: (1) The gender differences of guilt and prosocial tendencies of deaf students in middle schools were significant, and the guilt and prosocial tendencies of female students were significantly higher than that of male students. (2) Guilt of middle school deaf students is significantly lower than that of healthy hearing students, while there is no significant difference in prosocial tendencies between middle school deaf students and healthy hearing students. (3) Whether hearing aids are worn or not and the wearing time have a moderating effect on the relationship between guilt and prosocial tendencies;  The more deaf middle school students wear hearing aids or wear them for a long time, the more obvious the guilt prediction of prosocial tendencies is.

Published
2019-09-30
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