The influence of coping strategies and emotion dysregulation on the trajectories of peer victimization during middle childhood: A moderated latent growth curve analysis

The influence of coping strategies and emotion dysregulation on the trajectories of peer victimization during middle childhood: A moderated latent growth curve analysis

The primary goal of the current project is to evaluate the unique and interactive influence of six common coping strategies (i.e., problem solving, adult support seeking, humor, cognitive distancing, passive coping, and revenge seeking) and emotion dysregulation on the subsequent trajectories of peer victimization, with attention to potential gender differences.


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Paula Fite

pfite@ku.edu

Clinical Child Psychology
Dole Center for Human Development
Room 2012
University of Kansas
1000 Sunnyside Avenue
Lawrence, KS 66045

 

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