Socially withdrawn children: Actual versus perceived peer acceptance

Marie-Helene Gavinski Molina
The goal of the present study was to examine and directly compare actual peer acceptance and perceived peer acceptance in peer-identified withdrawn, aggressive, and nondeviant children. The children also rated how important it was for them to be liked by each of their peers. It was hypothesized that withdrawn children would underestimate their degree of acceptance in the peer group and would rate importance of peer acceptance higher compared to aggressive and nondeviant children. Children's...
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