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The social climate of schools in the aftermath of 9-11: Ethnic differences in children’s peer relations

This study examined the peer relationships of 748 fifth grade students of different ethnic groups both at one month and eight months post-9-11...

Effect of children’s perceived rejection on physical aggression

This study investigated whether the perception of self as socially rejected might contribute to increased physical aggression among elementary-school children...

Strengthening sociometric prediction: Scientific advances in the assessment of children’s peer relations

This study assessed the strength of sociometric classification in the prediction of concurrent sociobehavioral adjustment...

Similarity as the basis for children’s friendships: The roles of sociometric status, aggressive and withdrawn behavior, academic achievement and demographic characteristics

The purpose of the present study was to examine similarity in demographic, behavioral, academic and social attributes as descriptors and predictors of children's friendships...

Childhood aggression and peer relations in the context of family and neighborhood factors

Four models (risk, protective, potentiator, and person-environment fit) comparing the associations among ethnicity, income, and structural characteristics of families and neighborhoods on childhood aggression and peer relations were explored...

Group social context and children’s aggressive behavior

The purpose of this research was to examine the interrelations of group contextual factors and the occurrence of aggressive behavior in 22 experimental play groups of 7- and 9-year-old African-American boys...

Children’s academic and behavioral adjustment as a function of the chronicity and proximity of peer rejection

This study examined later academic and behavioral problems as a function of two dimensions by which rejection may vary over time: chronicity and temporal proximity...

Costa Rican children’s perceptions of their social networks

Cultural differences in Costa Rican and US children's perceptions of their relationships with social network members were examined...

Zoo U: The Only Research-proven Online Game that Assesses and Teaches Social Skills

Research demonstrates that positive social skills and relationships in childhood are associated with children’s positive behavioral, emotional, and academic well-being...

4researchers.org: Development of a Website for Behavioral Scientists

This paper will describe the 4Researchers website as it is today, then briefly discuss the research behind its four-year development...
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