Individual and peer group normative beliefs about relational aggression.

@article{Werner2010IndividualAP,
  title={Individual and peer group normative beliefs about relational aggression.},
  author={Nicole E. Werner and Laura Griner Hill},
  journal={Child development},
  year={2010},
  volume={81 3},
  pages={826-36}
}
Studies show that children who use relational aggression process social information in unique ways; however, findings have been inconsistent and limited by methodological weaknesses. This short-term longitudinal study examined developmental changes in 245 (49% female; ages 8-13) 3rd through 8th graders' normative beliefs about relational aggression and tested the hypothesis that individual and classroom-level norms predict relational aggression 1 year later. Results showed that the transition… CONTINUE READING

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