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Journal Detail: Title: Child development Volume: 68 issn: ISO Abbreviation: Child Dev Publication Date: 1997 Aug. The Early Socialization of Aggressive Victims of Bullying: The study conducted by Schwartz, Dodge, Pettit, and Bates (1997) dealt with the social habits of aggressive children who are also victimized by other children. These interviews provided the early social history of the children. Next, an experimenter visited the households of each child and conducted an interview with the maternal figure of each family. Analyses indicated that the aggressive victim group had experienced more punitive, hostile, and abusive family treatment than the other groups. Next Document: Disruptiveness, friends' characteristics, and delinquency in early adolescence: a test of two compet. Nansel,.R., Overpeck,., Pilla,.S., thirid world development Ruan,.J., Simons-Morton,., Scheidt,.
The early socialization of aggressive victims of bullying. Abstract/OtherAbstract: This study reports the first prospective investigation of the early family experiences of boys who later emerged as both aggressive and bullied (i.e., aggressive victims) during their middle childhood years. Interviews with mothers of 198 5-year-old boys assessed preschool home environments. Journal of the American Medical Association, 285. Psychology, journal, article, report, essay, Research, paper, the Early. (1997) formed the hypothesis based on the premise that the bully/victim state of a child depended on the childs earlier social environment. This study reports the first prospective investigation of the early family experiences of boys who later emerged as both aggressive and bullied (i.e., aggressive victims) during their middle childhood years. Schwartz, David; Dodge, Kenneth; Pettit, Gregory.; Bates, John.