Rough-and-Tumble Play and the Development of Physical Aggression and Emotion Regulation: A Five-Year Follow-Up Study

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This is a follow-up to a study demonstrating that rough-and-tumble play was related to physical aggression in the preschool years. Fathers reported on the frequency of father-child rough-and-tumble play interactions, and the degree to which fathers were dominant in the play dyad was observed and coded from play interactions. In this follow-up study, school… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10896-009-9297-5

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@article{Flanders2009RoughandTumblePA, title={Rough-and-Tumble Play and the Development of Physical Aggression and Emotion Regulation: A Five-Year Follow-Up Study}, author={Joseph L. Flanders and Melissa Simard and Daniel Paquette and Sophie Parent and F. Vitaro and Robert O. Pihl and Jean Richard S{\'e}guin}, journal={Journal of Family Violence}, year={2009}, volume={25}, pages={357-367} }