The social status of aggressive students across contexts: the role of classroom status hierarchy, academic achievement, and grade.

@article{Garandeau2011TheSS,
  title={The social status of aggressive students across contexts: the role of classroom status hierarchy, academic achievement, and grade.},
  author={Claire F. Garandeau and Hai-Jeong Ahn and Philip C. Rodkin},
  journal={Developmental psychology},
  year={2011},
  volume={47 6},
  pages={1699-710}
}
This study tested the effects of 5 classroom contextual features on the social status (perceived popularity and social preference) that peers accord to aggressive students in late elementary school, including classroom peer status hierarchy (whether within-classroom differences in popularity are large or small), classroom academic level, and grade level as the main predictors of interest as well as classroom aggression and ethnic composition as controls. Multilevel analyses were conducted on an… CONTINUE READING