Recent stressful life events and young children's school adjustment.

Abstract

A group of 211 first-to fourth-grade children who had experienced one or more recent stressful life events were compared to a demographically matched sample of 211 children who had not experienced such events on measures of school adjustment problems and competencies. Stressful life events were found to be associated with the presence of more serious school… (More)

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@article{Sterling1985RecentSL, title={Recent stressful life events and young children's school adjustment.}, author={Stacy A. Sterling and Emory L. Cowen and Roger P. Weissberg and Bohdan S. Lotyczewski and Mary F. Boike}, journal={American journal of community psychology}, year={1985}, volume={13 1}, pages={87-98} }