Rabiner, David

UNCG

There are 4 item/s.

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An integrative approach to the study of social competence in adolescence 1992 51 The purpose of this research project was 1.) to examine the relationship between social cognitive problem solving skills and social competence (assessed through self-report, teacher report, and ratings of competence in behavioral interactions), 2.) t...
Aggressive and nonaggressive children : the relationship between affect, perceptions and the level of social engagement in conflict and cooperative situations 1995 13 Eighteen aggressive, 18 mixed status (aggressive-nonaggressive), and 19 nonaggressive dyads participated in two experimental tasks. Dyads were composed of third through fifth grade children who were unfamiliar with each other. One task was intended t...
The role of school peer relations, stressful life events and supportive resources in predicting young African-American males' adjustment 1994 3 This study examined the predictive value of school peer relations, stressful life events, and supportive resources on five measures of adjustment for seventy-five African- American males between the ages of 9 and 12. A series of multiple regression a...
Childhood sexual abuse : an investigation of it's [sic] impact on children's coping, self-efficacy, emotion regulation and perceptions of self and others 1996 9 Sexually abused children frequently exhibit little or no psychiatric symptomatology when assessed during childhood, but it is important to examine what other consequences may result from the abuse, as sexual abuse is thought to be a major risk factor...