Child Growth and Development


peer group support toilet traing toddler


October 1, 2014


Toilet training is training or stages of child development to be able to control bowel movements or urination achieved
through organ system maturity and learning involving critical elements such as muscles, nerves, and brain. And
enkopresis enuresis occurs because the child does not want to go through toilet training, and purpose of the research
was to analyzed the influence of peer group support as a parents knowledge about toilet training in pre-school children.
This research was a pre-experimental pre-post test design with purposive sampling a sample who did a pre-school child
at the school play group Al-Anshor Medaeng Waru Sidoarjo. The population in this research was the total number of
parents with pre-school age children are in school at Al-Anshor Play Group Medaeng Waru Sidoarjo. Sampling with
purposive sampling technique and obtained a sample of 30 people. Analysis of the statistical test used was the Wilcoxon
signed rank test to answer the problems examined. The analysis uses statistical tests Wilcoxon signed rank test to
answer the problem under study. The results of research found the influence of peer group support to parents'
knowledge level is p = 0.000, its probability is smaller than the value of α = 0.05. Terms this means that the peer
group support can upgrade the knowledge of parents about toilet training in pre-school children. Within support this peer
group, individuals find ways to do and function of a toilet training so that the level of parental knowledge about toilet
training be increased. Based on the analysis of data it ca

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