Concurrent and short-term longitudinal associations between peer victimization and school and recess liking during middle childhood
AffiliationUniversity of Chester ; Middlesex University ; Keele University ; Keele University ; University of Chester
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AbstractThis article discusses a study of 429 pupils (aged 9 - 11 years) in the UK which examined concurrent and short-term longitudinal associations between peer victimization (physical, malicious teasing, deliberate social exclusion, and malicious gossiping) and two measures of school adjustment (school liking and recess liking), and test if these associations were moderated by year and sex.
CitationBritish Journal of Educational Psychology, 2009, 79(2), pp. 207-221
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