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Agoston, Anna M.; Rudolph, Karen D. – Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 2013
This research examined two pathways through which depressive symptoms contribute to low social status (i.e., neglect and rejection) within the peer group over time: (a) depressive symptoms promote socially helpless behavior and consequent neglect by peers; and (b) depressive symptoms promote aggressive behavior and consequent rejection by peers.…
Descriptors: Developmental Stages, Early Adolescents, Social Status, Peer Groups
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McAuliffe, Meghan D.; Hubbard, Julie A.; Romano, Lydia J. – Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 2009
This study explored the role of the classroom teacher in peers' evaluations of liking and disliking of their classmates. Teacher cognitions about children (teacher liking of students, teacher attributions for aggressive student behavior) and teacher behavior toward children (positive, corrective/negative) were examined as mediators in the link…
Descriptors: Teacher Behavior, Student Behavior, Prosocial Behavior, Child Behavior
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Herman, Keith C.; Lambert, Sharon F.; Ialongo, Nicholas S.; Ostrander, Rick – Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 2007
The present study investigated the pathways between attention problems and depressive symptoms, particularly the role of academic incompetence, among a community sample of urban African American children. Results supported the hypothesized path models from inattention to depressive symptoms for girls and boys. Academic performance in the spring of…
Descriptors: Elementary School Students, Grade 1, Grade 3, Prevention