Correlations Between Students' Popularity and Levels of Overt and Relational Aggression
This study is examining the correlations between students' popularity and levels of overt and relational aggression using a secondary data analysis of research conducted by Mayeux, L., and Cillessen, A. in 2008 titled, "It's not just being popular, it's knowing it, too: The role of self-perceptions of status in the associations between peer status and aggression". Mayeux and Cillessen's study consisted of 845 participants, grades 7th-9th, who completed surveys that examined correlations between popularity and aggression. The purpose of this study is to examine the variables and possible correlations ...
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