Navarette,Maria Giemella B. Espiña,Russel Art G Cudal,Kressel Linde,Belinda Cerbatos,Dennice Lorraine Gersin,Queen Añasco,Van Anthony Magsino,Khimberly Research Matrix in Practical Research II Theory Bowen Family Systems Theory. Title Family Relationship and Social Behavior of The Bowen Family Systems Theory is a theory proposed by Dr. Murray Bowen in the late 1960s. It is a theory of human behavior that views the the Senior High School Students: A Correlational Study Research Problem This study aims to investigate the relationship between family relationship and Statement of the Problem 1. What is the status of the relationship of the students with their social behavior. 2. What factors in the family relationship affect the social uses systems Treatment of Data The researchers The researchers Questionnaire will gather the will use the simple (Parent-Child data through the random sampling Relationship Test) use of survey technique to questionnaire and determine the (School Social will analyze the respondents of Behavior Scales – data gathered the study. 2) using Analysis of Variance or ANOVA. behavior of the students? significant Methodology Correlational Research Design The researchers will use the correlational research design in order to determine if there is significant relationship The ANOVA test is a way to find 3. Is there a Sampling Technique Survey families? family as an emotional unit and Instrument/Tool out if survey or experiment results between Family Relationship and Social Behavior of a student. thinking to relationship are significant. In describe the between family other words, it will complex relationship and help you to figure interactions in the social behavior? out if you need to unit. It also states reject the null that it is the hypothesis or nature of a family accept the that its members alternate are intensely hypothesis. connected emotionally. 𝐹= 𝑀𝑆𝑇 𝑀𝑆𝐸 Where, F = ANOVA Coefficient MST = Mean sum of squares due to treatment. MSE = Mean sum of squares due to error.