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Title: Happy Kids application for child behavioral problems
Authors: Kulatilaka, M.
Wickramarachchi, M.
Thilakarathne, P.
Wijethunga, L.
Mallawarachchi, Y.
Keywords: child phycology
Behavioural Disorder
Behavioural problems
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: SLIIT
Abstract: Nowadays, children are suffering from a lot of behavioural psycho-social conditions such as a lack of understanding and empathy from teachers, administrators and their peers. The literature is replete with evidence of such treatment leading to negative student behaviour and the resultant poor performance. Consistent with this, is the reality that the number of students with special needs or learning difficulties has been increasing rapidly. As the field of educational psychology continues to evolve and the new knowledge we acquire is internalized, the need for education of children with emotional and behavioural disorders should be apparent to every stakeholder within the Sri Lankan educational system. The research is about, providing an integrated computer aided cognitive solution to identifying, and improve children with four common disabilities in Sri Lanka Called Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Learning Disability (LD), Autism and Depression and Anxiety. Through a systematic application, it gives a solution to build the relationship between child parent, psychiatrist and the other related parties in order to work towards child’s mental improvement. We are mainly study how psychiatrist face these children in real world and how children react to them when they conduct such sessions, also we are following the procedure of Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 5th Edition [DSM -5]. In our application we will give various activities to children and parents in order to get the decision about child’s current mental status. As future work we will try to integrate more disorders to our solution.
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