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DiLalla, Lisabeth Fisher; John, Sufna Gheyara – Merrill-Palmer Quarterly: Journal of Developmental Psychology, 2014
Peer victimization appears heritable, but it is unclear whether the traits that confer genetic risk require time and familiarity with a perpetrator to manifest or whether novel and brief interactions can lead to received aggression that demonstrates similar genetic risk. We examined 20-minute, peer-play interactions between 5-year-olds, pairing…
Descriptors: Genetics, Child Behavior, Aggression, Preschool Children