In this study, the level of anxiety of children in socio-economic and international levels of the families. The population of the study consists of 35O students who study in the 3rd and 5th grades of two different primary schools with different socio-economic and cultural levels. The sample consists of 62 students. Our study was carried out within the framework of the following hypotheses. According to this: a) The state and trait anxiety levels of the children of families with high / medium SED will be lower than those of families with low SBD levels. b) The state and trait anxiety level of children at the age of 11 years will be higher than those at the age of 9 years. c) The state and trait anxiety level of the girls will be higher than the male students. In this study, the effects of these factors, which were evaluated according to socio-economic level, age and gender factors, on the state and trait anxiety scale were examined within the framework of these 3 hypotheses. The results obtained from the groups of subjects who were divided into socio-economic, age and gender groups were subjected to "t" test and the significance levels of our hypotheses were investigated. According to this, it was found that socioeconomic level was effective at the level of state and trait anxiety, - gender and age were effective in trait anxiety.
Socio-Economic Status of Family, Child Psychology, Anxiety