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Perceived atypicality as a predictor of peer rejection and victimization: Implications for emotional adjustment and academic achievement

This study examined perceived behavioral atypicality as a predictor of children's school-based adjustment...

Aggressive and prosocial classroom descriptive norms as predictors of change in children’s aggression and victimization

This study examined aggressive and pro-social classroom descriptive norms as predictors of change in aggression and victimization during middle childhood...

Teacher preference, peer rejection, and student aggression: A prospective study of transactional influence and independent contributions to emotional adjustment and grades

This study assessed the importance of teacher preference of individual students, relative to peer rejection and student aggression, as an independent predictor of children's emotional adjustment and grades...

Students’ perceptions of the school climate: Implications for school safety

This study assessed school climate for both interpersonal and intrapersonal character traits and examined the links between school climate and students’ perceptions of safety at school...

Building friendships and combating bullying: Effectiveness of S.S.GRIN at one-year follow-up

This study tested the long-term effectiveness of a social-skills program for peer-rejected, victimized, and socially anxious children...

Building relationships and combating bullying: Effectiveness of a school-based social skills group intervention

This study tested the efficacy of a generic social skills intervention, Social Skills GRoup INtervention (S.S.GRIN), for children experiencing peer dislike, bullying, or social anxiety...

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...

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...
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