Family Violence, Sibling, and Peer Aggression During Adolescence: Associations With Behavioral Health Outcomes

@article{Ingram2020FamilyVS,
  title={Family Violence, Sibling, and Peer Aggression During Adolescence: Associations With Behavioral Health Outcomes},
  author={Katherine M Ingram and D. Espelage and Jordan P. Davis and Gabriel J. Merrin},
  journal={Frontiers in Psychiatry},
  year={2020},
  volume={11}
}
Bullying and sibling aggression can appear as similar behavior, though the latter is comparatively understudied. Aligned with the Theory of Intergenerational Transmission of Violence, research suggests that exposure to family violence increases an individual's risk for perpetrating violence in their own future relationships. Additionally, Problem Behavior Theory suggests that engaging in one problem behavior (e.g., bullying) increases the likelihood of engaging in other problem behavior (e.g… Expand
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