Longgitudinal associations between social skills problems and different types of peer victimization
AffiliationKeele University ; University of Chester
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AbstractThis article discusses a study in which 449 children aged 9 to 11 years completed an inventory to assess the bidirectional longitudinal associations between three different types of victimization and submissive/nonassertive social behaviour.
CitationViolence and Victims, 2006, 21(3), pp. 383-400
JournalViolence and Victims
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