The stage of adolescent is the important formative years of cognitive and emotion, ideals and values important formative years. At this stage the psychological development of young people showing a more complex and ambivalent character. Besides the confusion of self awareness, and deviant behavior characteristics of the interaction between peers under imitation, often showing a more bizarre or society can not acknowledged phenomenon. However, the family is the first contact with the human environment and the foundation of learning, therefore the family is the most basic social organization of education, parents, and parenting patterns, often indeed will give them a very life to bring far-reaching implications.
The sample of this study is majorly based on some vocational school of third-grade students in Tainan City through random surveys to discuss different educational models from parents to their children that reflected the impact of psychological development and deviant behavior to young people. Here are 102 young people to complete the surveys.
According to the study, nowadays parents model of education are mostly equal emphasis on style democracy and authority, perhaps under the impact of Western culture, today's parents to take the democratic style education model, but the authority of traditional education has not thereby abandoned, it dose not has much influence between democracy and authority for the error of the child's behavior , but it has not increased the child's trust of parents., Therefore compared to the single authority of the traditional education model, today's equal emphasis on democracy and authority Educational patterns, relationships between parents and children do so more closely familiar with, this study will examine the parents of children of different educational models, which demonstrate the psychological development of young people and the impact of deviant behavior, and of parents Children's different educational models and the relationship between parent-child relationship closeness.