Testing a Bifactor Model of Relational and Physical Aggression in Early Childhood

@article{Perry2018TestingAB,
  title={Testing a Bifactor Model of Relational and Physical Aggression in Early Childhood},
  author={Kristin J. Perry and Jamie M. Ostrov},
  journal={Journal of Psychopathology and Behavioral Assessment},
  year={2018},
  volume={40},
  pages={93-106}
}
Different approaches have been used to classify children as relationally aggressive, physically aggressive, or both relationally and physically aggressive (co-occurring aggression). The goal of the current study (N = 164, 50.9% boys, Mage = 47.75 months, SD = 7.37) was to test a bifactor model of aggression, which allows for aggression to be assessed dimensionally, and postulates a co-occurring aggression factor as well as unique relational and physical aggression factors, during early… Expand

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