Children’s hostile attribution bias is reduced after watching realistic playful fighting, and the effect is mediated by prosocial thoughts
AuthorsBoulton, Michael J.
AffiliationUniversity of Chester
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AbstractThis article discussed a study which tested the hypotheses that exposure to playful fighting would lead to a reduction in hostile attribution bias, both immediately and after a 1-day delay, and that this effect would be mediated by positive thoughts.
CitationJournal of Experimental Child Psychology, 2012, 113(1), pp. 36-48
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