Share This Author
What Can Be Done About School Bullying?
In this article, the authors review research on individual, peer, and school contributions that may be critical factors for enhancing efforts to address bullying among students. Methodological…
The Development of Physical Aggression from Toddlerhood to Pre-Adolescence: A Nation Wide Longitudinal Study of Canadian Children
- S. Côté, T. Vaillancourt, J. Leblanc, D. Nagin, R. Tremblay
- PsychologyJournal of abnormal child psychology
- 25 March 2006
The results suggest that most children learned relatively well to inhibit PA by the end of childhood and that a minority failed to do so, and about one sixth of children exhibited an atypical developmental pattern reflected in more frequent and stable use of PA.
Bullying: Are researchers and children/youth talking about the same thing?
Given the rapid increase in studies of bullying and peer harassment among youth, it becomes important to understand just what is being researched. This study explored whether the themes that emerged…
Aggression and social status: the moderating roles of sex and peer‐valued characteristics
Research on peer rejection has long emphasized links between aggressive behavior and peer liking, with aggressive children and adolescents being more rejected by peers. However, recent research shows…
The joint development of physical and indirect aggression: Predictors of continuity and change during childhood
- S. Côté, T. Vaillancourt, E. Barker, D. Nagin, R. Tremblay
- PsychologyDevelopment and Psychopathology
- 1 January 2007
The results suggest that some children, mostly girls, reduce their use of PA and tend to increase their use the use of IA, and that highly physically aggressive children also tend to be highly indirectly aggressive.
Do human females use indirect aggression as an intrasexual competition strategy?
- T. Vaillancourt
- PsychologyPhilosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B…
- 5 December 2013
Human females have a particular proclivity for using indirect aggression, which is typically directed at other females, especially attractive and sexually available females, in the context of intrasexual competition for mates.
Long-term adult outcomes of peer victimization in childhood and adolescence: Pathways to adjustment and maladjustment.
It is explored why it might be that early peer victimization does not have the same impact on all young people by considering factors that place individuals at greater risk or appear to protect them from more lasting harm.
The Child–Adolescent Perfectionism Scale
There is growing interest in perfectionism among children and adolescents as well as growing interest in the measures designed to assess perfectionism in young people. The current article describes…
Trajectories and predictors of indirect aggression: results from a nationally representative longitudinal study of Canadian children aged 2-10.
- T. Vaillancourt, Jessie L. Miller, Joshua Fagbemi, S. Côté, R. Tremblay
- PsychologyAggressive behavior
- 1 July 2007
This study found that for girls, more frequent, increasing use of indirect aggression was associated with prior prosocial and physically aggressive behavior, low SES and low parental social support at age 2.
Bullying Is Power
ABSTRACT The present investigation examines subtypes of bullies, distinguished on the basis of social power, some of whom fit the traditional characterization of bullies as poorly accepted,…