Social Status of Aggressive and Aggressive/Withdrawn Boys: A Replication Across Age and Method
The research that has examined the relationship between aggressive child behavior and social status has been equivocated by inconsistent findings. Recently, however, a kindergarten study found that this ambiguity can be reduced by separating boys into aggressive versus aggressive/withdrawn groups. The present study represents a replication of these findings, while employing different assessment procedures, for a sample of elementary-age boys.
Landau, Steven and Milich, Richard, "Social Status of Aggressive and Aggressive/Withdrawn Boys: A Replication Across Age and Method" (1985). Psychology Faculty Publications. 95.