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Human Development (1990) 33 (4-5): 225–237.
Published Online: 08 January 2010
.... Basel 0018-716X/90/0335-0225S2.75/0 Perspectives on Peer Relations from Mothers, Teachers, Friends and Self1 Cornelis F.M. van Lieshout, Marcel A. G. vanAken, EmielT.J. van Seven University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands Key Words. Continuity Mother-child relations Peer relationships Self-concept...
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Human Development (1990) 33 (4-5): 260–270.
Published Online: 08 January 2010
...Kenneth A. Dodge; Joseph M. Price; John D. Coie; Christina Christopoulos The goal of this paper is to focus attention on the role of dyadic peer relationships in children’s aggression. The importance of dyadic relationships in antisocial developmented is highlighted. Data are presented from...
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Human Development (1990) 33 (4-5): 250–259.
Published Online: 08 January 2010
..., Unsociability, and Peer Avoidance Jens B. Asendorpf Max Planck Institute for Psychological Research. Munich. FRG Key Words. Approach motivation Avoidance motivation Peer relationships Play Shyness Sociability Social anxiety Social skills Withdrawal Abstract. Theoretical considerations regarding...
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Human Development (1990) 33 (4-5): 271–282.
Published Online: 08 January 2010
... 0018-716X/90/0335-027152.75/0 Rough-and-Tumble Play, Aggression and Dominance: Perception and Behaviour in Children s Encounters Peter K. Smith, Michael Boulton University of Sheffield. UK Key Words. Affiliation Aggression Dominance Peer relationships Rough-and-tumble play Skill deficit...
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Human Development (1990) 33 (4-5): 238–249.
Published Online: 08 January 2010
... of Social Competence within an Evolutionary Perspective Grazia Attili Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche. Rome, Italy Key Words. Ethological observation Evoluationary perspective Peer relationships Social competence Social success Temperament Abstract. An evolutionary approach to the study...
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Human Development (2005) 48 (1-2): 80–84.
Published Online: 11 April 2005
... Brook, N.Y., USA; b Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey Key Words Attachment ` Peer relationships The first step in any developmental analysis is to ask: What develops? The contributors to this special section suggest that social relationship development is the development of a network...