Peer Victimization and Effortful Control: Relations to School Engagement and Academic Achievement.

@article{Iyer2010PeerVA,
  title={Peer Victimization and Effortful Control: Relations to School Engagement and Academic Achievement.},
  author={Roopa V Iyer and Becky Kochenderfer-Ladd and Nancy Eisenberg and Marilyn S. Thompson},
  journal={Merrill-Palmer quarterly},
  year={2010},
  volume={56 3},
  pages={361-387}
}
The relations among peer victimization, effortful control, school engagement, and academic achievement were examined in a group of 390 (212 boys and 178 girls) racially diverse (38.20% Latino and 46.70% White) 6- to 10-year-old children. Specifically, a multimethod, multi-informant approach was used in which data were gathered using self-report, peer-report, and teacher-report questionnaires at three points in time: twice during the initial year of the study when children were in first and… CONTINUE READING

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