Music Preferences, Friendship, and Externalizing Behavior in Early Adolescence: A SIENA Examination of the Music Marker Theory Using the SNARE Study

@inproceedings{Franken2017MusicPF,
  title={Music Preferences, Friendship, and Externalizing Behavior in Early Adolescence: A SIENA Examination of the Music Marker Theory Using the SNARE Study},
  author={Aart Franken and Loes Keijsers and Jan Kornelis Dijkstra and Tom F. M. ter Bogt},
  booktitle={Journal of youth and adolescence},
  year={2017}
}
Music Marker Theory posits that music is relevant for the structuring of peer groups and that rock, urban, or dance music preferences relate to externalizing behavior. The present study tested these hypotheses, by investigating the role of music preference similarity in friendship selection and the development of externalizing behavior, while taking the effects of friends’ externalizing behavior into account. Data were used from the first three waves of the SNARE (Social Network Analysis of… CONTINUE READING
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