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Depressive symptoms in native and immigrant adolescents: the role of critical life events and daily hassles
Abstract The present study compared native Austrian, first and second generation immigrant adolescents regarding their level of depressive symptoms, critical live events, and daily hassles.Expand
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ViSC Social Competence Program.
The ViSC Social Competence Program has been implemented in Austrian schools within the scope of a national strategy plan, Together Against Violence. The program is a primary preventive programExpand
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The goal to be accepted by friends as underlying function of overt aggressive behaviour in immigrant adolescents.
This study investigated (1) to what extent the goal to be accepted by friends is an underlying function of overt aggressive behavior in adolescents, and (2) whether this function is more predictiveExpand
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Bullying and Victimization in Ethnically Diverse Schools
The present study analyzed risk and protective factors on the individual and the class level related to bullying and victimization in ethnically diverse schools. The sample derived from the pre-testExpand
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Cyber-victimization and popularity in early adolescence: Stability and predictive associations
The present study examined: (1) the one-year stability of cyber-victimization; (2) the temporal sequence of cyber-victimization and traditional victimization; and (3) popularity and perceivedExpand
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Bullying and Victimization in Ethnically Diverse Schools: Risk and Protective Factors on the Individual and Class Level
present study concurrently analyzed risk and protective factors on the individual and the class level related to bullying and victimization in ethnically diverse schools. The sample derived from theExpand
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Individual and class room predictors of same-cultural friendship preferences in multicultural schools
This study was an investigation of individual and contextual predictors for same-cultural friendship preferences among non-immigrant (N = 125), Turkish (N = 196) and former Yugoslavian (N = 256)Expand
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Measuring implementation of a school-based violence prevention program : Fidelity and teachers' responsiveness as predictors of proximal outcomes
When school-based prevention programs are put into practice, evaluation studies commonly only consider one indicator of program implementation. The present study investigates how two differentExpand
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