Predicting children’s liking of school from their peer relationships
AffiliationUniversity of Chester
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AbstractThhis article discussed a study which tested if four measures of peer relationships (peer acceptance, presence/absence of best friend, number of friends, and perceived peer support) could predict school liking concurrently and longitudinally across a 6 month period, and if gender moderated any of those associations.
CitationSocial Psychology of Education, 2011, 14(4), pp. 489-501
JournalSocial Psychology of Education
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