Teacher-child relationships and behavioral adjustment: transactional links for preschool boys at risk.

@article{Roorda2014TeacherchildRA,
  title={Teacher-child relationships and behavioral adjustment: transactional links for preschool boys at risk.},
  author={Debora L Roorda and Karine Verschueren and Caroline Vancraeyveldt and Sanne Van Craeyevelt and Hilde Colpin},
  journal={Journal of school psychology},
  year={2014},
  volume={52 5},
  pages={495-510}
}
In this short-term longitudinal study, transactional links between teacher-child relationships and behavioral adjustment were investigated in a sample of preschool boys (N=175) at risk for developing externalizing problems. Teachers (N=175) reported about the quality of the teacher-child relationship (i.e., Closeness, Conflict, and Dependency) and about children's behavioral adjustment (i.e., Externalizing Behavior, Internalizing Behavior, and Prosocial Behavior) at three occasions within one… CONTINUE READING

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