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Schneider et al. (2001) 59% securely attached have successful peer status vs. 41% insecure
McDowell and Park (2009) Mother's of high status peers give more positive advice
Mikami (2010) If personality is problematic, parent facilitation will not influence status
Rubin et al. (1995) peer acceptance based of sociability and emotional regulation
Mulvey et al. (2018) Rejection = academic, emotional, behavioural and self - esteem issues
Lai and Chang (2001) perceived authoritarian parenting significantly associated with suicidal ideation in Hong Kong students
Dasen (1994) Aboriginal children develop ability to conserve later
Dai and Heckman (2013) Older siblings influence cognitive performance more than parents
Shultz and Shultz (2005) Last four stages of Erikson's theory under our control
Copeland et al (2013) Victims at risk of agoraphobia, generalised anxiety disorder and panic disorder. Bully victim these + young adult depression and suicidality. Bullies antisocial personality disorder (males only)
Armitage (2021) Bully-victim most adversely impacted
Muetzel et al. (2019) differential cortical morphology - victims have thicker cortex in fusiform gyrus which is responsible for facial and emotional processing
Meeus et al. (2002) Strong support parental attachment associated with school identity and peer attachment associated with relational identity
Phinney (1989) white students ethnocentric about ethnic identity
Tajel (1978) minorities need to explore this status within predominately white society
Steensma et al. (2013) adolescence crucial for gender identity formation, though unsure how
Deault (2010) parental psychopathology and family conflict strongly associated with Conduct disorder and operational defiant disorder
Krain and Castellanos (2006) ADHD = smaller brain size relative to sex and age. Includes prefrontal cortex used for short term memory and impulse control
Gardener and Gerdes (2015) peer relationships area of impairment for kids with ADHD re rejection due to psychopathology, behavioural and academic difficulties
Ingram et al. (2009) hyperactivity decreases over time
Sibley et al. (2013) Parent-adolescent collaborative approach produced promising increases in academic performance
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