Developmental and gender differences in elementary school children's recognition of bullying
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Previous research has indicated that boys and girls differ in the ways they display aggression and experience victimization. This study examined the ability of American children to correctly differentiate between various forms of aggressive acts and pro-social behavior. The results indicate that though there appear to be developmental differences in the identification of aggression, there was no evidence to support gender differences. © 2012 Copyright NAPCE.
Pastoral Care in Education
Sullivan, Robyn B., and Gary Stoner. "Developmental and gender differences in elementary school children's recognition of bullying." Pastoral Care in Education 30, 2 (2012): 113-125. doi:10.1080/02643944.2012.679952.