Reactive/proactive aggression and the development of internalizing problems in males: the moderating effect of parent and peer relationships.

@article{Fite2014ReactiveproactiveAA,
  title={Reactive/proactive aggression and the development of internalizing problems in males: the moderating effect of parent and peer relationships.},
  author={Paula J Fite and Sonia L Rubens and Teresa Michelle Preddy and Adrian Raine and Dustin A. Pardini},
  journal={Aggressive behavior},
  year={2014},
  volume={40 1},
  pages={69-78}
}
The current study examined whether reactive and/or proactive aggression in adolescent males prospectively predicted increased levels of internalizing symptoms (depression and anxiety) in late adolescence. It was postulated that reactive aggression would be robustly related to later internalizing problems, but only among adolescent males who had problematic family or peer social relationships. Participants were a racially diverse group of 289 adolescent males (Mean age = 16). Measures of… CONTINUE READING

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