Victim and peer group responses to different forms of aggression among primary school children
AffiliationKeele University ; University College Chester
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AbstractThis article discusses a study which used a wireless microphone and hidden camera to record victim and peer responses to primary school children's physical, verbal, indirect, and relational forms of aggression. The results showed that the most frequent consequences of aggression were victim retaliation or withdrawal, and peer support.
CitationAggressive Behavior, 2005, 31(3), pp. 238-253
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