Aggression and peer victimization as predictors of self-reported behavioral and emotional adjustment

@inproceedings{Khatri2000AggressionAP,
  title={Aggression and peer victimization as predictors of self-reported behavioral and emotional adjustment},
  author={Parinda Khatri and Janis B Kupersmidt and Charlotte J. Patterson},
  year={2000}
}
The relative contributions of aggression and victimization to the prediction of self-reported emotional and behavioral difficulties over and above self-reported prior problems were investigated in a 1-year longitudinal study. Fourth-, fifth-, and sixth-graders (N = 171) completed peer nominations of aggression and victimization as well as self-report measures of social, behavioral, and emotional problems at baseline and at 1-year follow-up. Peer aggression added to the prediction of… CONTINUE READING
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