Predicting Kindergarten Peer Social Status from Toddler and Preschool Problem Behavior

@article{Keane2004PredictingKP,
  title={Predicting Kindergarten Peer Social Status from Toddler and Preschool Problem Behavior},
  author={Susan Phillips Keane and Susan D. Calkins},
  journal={Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology},
  year={2004},
  volume={32},
  pages={409-423}
}
The aim of this study was to investigate the toddler and preschool predictors of early peer social preference. Behavioral and social functioning were examined in a sample of children across the toddler and preschool years from parent and teacher observations. Kindergarten social behavior and peer social preference were assessed in the children's kindergarten classrooms using standard sociometric techniques. Results indicated that parent report of toddler externalizing behavior and teacher… 

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