Likeable versus popular: Distinct implications for adolescent adjustment

@inproceedings{Sandstrom2006LikeableVP,
  title={Likeable versus popular: Distinct implications for adolescent adjustment},
  author={Marlene J. Sandstrom and Antonius H. N. Cillessen},
  year={2006}
}
In the current study, 466 children completed a peer nomination survey assessing both perceived and sociometric popularity at the end of the 5th grade. Measures of behavior problems were assessed through a composite of peer-, teacher- and self-reports at the end of the 8th grade. Examination of the unique concurrent associations of each popularity type with peer nominated social characteristics in 5th grade demonstrated that sociometric popularity was positively associated with prosocial… CONTINUE READING

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