The Social Cognitions of Socially Withdrawn Children.

@inproceedings{Wichmann2004TheSC,
  title={The Social Cognitions of Socially Withdrawn Children.},
  author={Cherami Wichmann and Robert J Coplan and Tina Daniels},
  year={2004}
}
The purpose of this study was to examine the social cognitions of peer-identified socially withdrawn children. Participants included 457 children from grades four, five and six (54% females, 46% males). Children completed a selection of self- and peer-report measures including: (1) peer-rated behavioral nominations; (2) hostile intent biases and social responses to ambiguous situations; (3) social goals and self-efficacy; and (4) a newly developed measure of causal attributions. An extreme… CONTINUE READING

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