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From censure to reinforcement: developmental changes in the association between aggression and social status.
Developmental changes were examined in the associations among physical and relational aggression, and sociometric and perceived popularity based on peer nominations, and implications for the attainment of high status, processes of peer influence on antisocial behavior, and gender differences in the meaning of status are discussed.
Children's perceptions of popular and unpopular peers: a multimethod assessment.
Children's perceptions of popular and unpopular peers were examined in 2 studies and children's perceptions varied as a function of the gender, age, and ethnicity of the participants.
Forms and Functions of Adolescent Peer Aggression Associated With High Levels of Peer Status
Concurrent (Study 1) and longitudinal (Study 2) associations between adolescents' aggression, victimization, and high status were examined to test the hypothesis that forms and functions of…
Social-Cognitive and Behavioral Correlates of Aggression and Victimization in Boys' Play Groups
It is demonstrated that there is a theoretically coherent and empirically distinct set of correlates associated with each of the examined aggression subtypes, and with victimization by peers.
Developmental Changes in the Priority of Perceived Status in Childhood and Adolescence.
This study examined the degree to which children and adolescents prioritize popularity in the peer group over other relational domains. Participants were 1013 children and adolescents from grade 1…
Understanding Popularity in the Peer System
Much research has focused on youth who are rejected by peers; who engage in negative behavior, including aggression; and who are at risk for adjustment problems. Recently, researchers have become…
Empathy and Involvement in Bullying in Children and Adolescents: A Systematic Review
- T. V. Noorden, G. Haselager, A. Cillessen, W. Bukowski
- PsychologyJournal of Youth and Adolescence
- 1 March 2015
Together, the findings stress the importance of the distinction between cognitive and affective empathy in involvement in bullying and suggest different intervention strategies for the four types of involvement inBullying prevention and intervention programs.
Is Being Popular a Risky Proposition
Longitudinal associations between social preference, perceived popularity, and risk behaviors (smoking, alcohol use, and sexual activity) were examined in a sample of high school students. Social…
The dyadic nature of social information processing in boys' reactive and proactive aggression.
- J. Hubbard, K. Dodge, A. Cillessen, J. Coie, D. Schwartz
- PsychologyJournal of personality and social psychology
- 1 February 2001
Mixed models regression analyses indicated that hostile attributional biases toward a particular peer were related to directly observed reactive aggression toward that peer even after controlling for actor and partner effects, suggesting that these phenomena are dyadic or relationship oriented.