Childhood aggression and peer relations in the context of family and neighborhood factors.

@article{Kupersmidt1995ChildhoodAA,
  title={Childhood aggression and peer relations in the context of family and neighborhood factors.},
  author={Janis B Kupersmidt and Pamela C Griesler and Melissa E. DeRosier and Charlotte J. Patterson and Phillip W Davis},
  journal={Child development},
  year={1995},
  volume={66 2},
  pages={360-75}
}
4 models (risk, protective, potentiator, and person-environment fit) comparing the associations among ethnicity, income, and structural characteristics of families and neighborhoods on childhood aggression and peer relations were explored. The 1,271 second- through fifth-grade (M = 9.9 years) children were assigned to 1 of 8 family types based on ethnicity, income, and household composition, and their addresses were used to define low- or middle-SES neighborhoods using neighborhood census data… CONTINUE READING

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