Aggressive/rejected and nonaggressive/accepted children's attributions for prosocial behaviors /
Aggressive/rejected and nonaggressive/accepted boys' attributions concerning the intentions of peer protagonists in social situations with positive outcomes were compared under hypothetical and real-life conditions. Hypotheses were, first, that aggressive/rejected boys, in comparison to their n...
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