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An interpersonal circumplex model of children's social goals: links with peer-reported behavior and sociometric status.
The objective of the present research was to develop an assessment model for children's social goals. The aims were (a) to fit children's social goals to a circumplex model and to examine linksExpand
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"I'm OK but you're not" and other peer-relational schemas: explaining individual differences in children's social goals.
This study examined the links among 5th and 6th graders' (279 girls and 310 boys) self- and peer perceptions, social goals, and social behavior. Social goals mediated the effects of self- and peerExpand
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Forms and Functions of Aggression in Adolescent Friendship Selection and Influence: A Longitudinal Social Network Analysis: Aggression and Adolescent Friendships
Aggressive children are known to have friends. However, less is known about the impact of aggression on friendship development and how this can differ for overt and relational (i.e., the forms) andExpand
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Intrinsic and extrinsic motivation in early adolescents' friendship development: friendship selection, influence, and prospective friendship quality.
Friendships are essential for adolescent social development. However, they may be pursued for varying motives, which, in turn, may predict similarity in friendships via social selection or socialExpand
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Relational schemas and the developing self: perceptions of mother and of self as joint predictors of early adolescents' self-esteem.
This 1-year longitudinal study examined early adolescents' (N=278, age 11-13 years) perceptions of their mother's behavior (affection, knowledge of child's activities, and psychological control) andExpand
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Overt and relational victimization and adolescent friendships: Selection, de-selection, and social influence
This study examined friendship selection and social influence in overt and relational victimization during middle school (N = 504; 12–14 years) using longitudinal social network analysis. RelationalExpand
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Time Doesn’t Change Everything: The Longitudinal Course of Distress Tolerance and its Relationship with Externalizing and Internalizing Symptoms During Early Adolescence
Although distress tolerance is an emerging construct of empirical interest, we know little about its temporal change, developmental trajectory, and prospective relationships with maladaptiveExpand
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Social Goals and Adolescent Friendships: Social Selection, Deselection, and Influence
This study examined adolescent friendship selection and social influence with regard to agentic (status and power) and communal (closeness and affiliation) goals at three waves during middle schoolExpand
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Situation-specificity of children's social goals: Changing goals according to changing situations?
Children's agentic and communal goals were examined in hypothetical conflict, group entry, victimization, and positive situations (N = 310, 11—13 years). Multilevel modeling was used to separate theExpand
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THE EFFECTS OF MIDDLE SCHOOL BULLYING AND VICTIMIZATION ON ADJUSTMENT THROUGH HIGH SCHOOL: GROWTH MODELING OF ACHIEVEMENT, SCHOOL ATTENDANCE, AND DISCIPLINARY TRAJECTORIES
The current 5-year longitudinal study examined the effects of middle school bullying and victimization on adolescent academic achievement, disciplinary referrals, and school attendance through highExpand
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