A developmental perspective on peer rejection: mechanisms of stability and change.

@article{Sandstrom1999ADP,
  title={A developmental perspective on peer rejection: mechanisms of stability and change.},
  author={Marlene J Sandstrom and John D. Coie},
  journal={Child development},
  year={1999},
  volume={70 4},
  pages={
          955-66
        }
}
This study examines factors associated with the relative stability of peer rejection among elementary school-aged children. Forty-four initially rejected children (some of whom improved their social status while others remained rejected over a 2-year period) were recruited from a larger sociometric sample. Prospective analyses were conducted to determine whether peer nominated aggression and children's perceptions of their own status in fourth grade were predictive of status improvement by the… CONTINUE READING

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