Social attributional biases of peer-rejected and aggressive children.

  title={Social attributional biases of peer-rejected and aggressive children.},
  author={G A Waas},
  journal={Child development},
  volume={59 4},
  • G A Waas
  • Published 1988 in Child development
Peer-rejected high-aggressive, rejected low-aggressive, and non-rejected third- and fifth-grade boys were shown sets of drawn pictures differently balanced on Kelley's social dimensions of distinctiveness (i.e., depicting a hypothetical peer interacting with other children) and consistency (i.e., depicting the peer interacting with the subject) information. Following each set, a provoking incident involving the subject and peer was described in which the subject experienced a negative outcome… CONTINUE READING