• Computer Science
  • Published 2008

Development of dyadic peer relationships : friendships and antipathies

@inproceedings{Guroyaeglu2008DevelopmentOD,
  title={Development of dyadic peer relationships : friendships and antipathies},
  author={Berna Guroyaeglu},
  year={2008}
}
The main goal of the present research project was to explore the development of dyadic peer relationships. To this end, four empirical studies were conducted. Three of them focused on mutual friendships and one on mutual antipathies. A mutual friendship denotes two peers who nominate each other as a 'friend'; a mutual antipathy refers to two peers who nominate one another as 'someone I do not like at all'. Study 1 and Study 2 focused on heterogeneity in friendship and antipathy relationships… CONTINUE READING

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