Content and intensity of fears in middle childhood among rural and urban boys and girls

@inproceedings{Davidson1989ContentAI,
  title={Content and intensity of fears in middle childhood among rural and urban boys and girls},
  author={Phyllis M. Davidson and Priscilla N. White and Debbie J. Smith and William A. Poppen},
  year={1989}
}
Abstract The purpose of this study was to determine gender, grade, and rural/urban differences in content and intensity of self-reported fears of fourth-, fifth-, and sixth-grade boys and girls (N = 650). The Children's Fear Survey Schedule (Ryall & Dietiker, 1979) was used to determine the content and intensity of children's fears, and a three-way analysis of variance was used to analyze the data. The results indicated that girls were more fearful than boys, rural children were more fearful… CONTINUE READING