A 3-Year follow-up of aggressive and withdrawn behavior in childhood: Preliminary findings

@article{Ledingham1984A3F,
  title={A 3-Year follow-up of aggressive and withdrawn behavior in childhood: Preliminary findings},
  author={Jane E. Ledingham and Alex E. Schwartzman},
  journal={Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology},
  year={1984},
  volume={12},
  pages={157-168}
}
The school placement of 122 aggressive, 150 withdrawn, 182 aggressive-withdrawn, and 299 control children was determined 3 years following their original selection. Children identified by peers as aggressive-withdrawn or aggressive were more likely to have failed a grade or to be in a special class than were withdrawn children or controls. Older aggressive-withdrawn subjects and controls, but not aggressive subjects or withdrawn subjects, had higher rates of school failure and special class… CONTINUE READING

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