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Effects of Peer Relationships and Gender on Turkish Children's Language Skills

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The relationships among language skills, peer relationships, and gender were investigated with 236 Turkish children aged between 5 and 6 years. I found that aggression was not a significant predictor of language skills when controlling for gender. Prosocial behavior, asocial behavior, exclusion, fearfulness/anxiety, hyperactivity/distractibility, and victimization variables were significant predictors of the language skills of children while controlling for gender.
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Keywords: AGGRESSION; GENDER; LANGUAGE SKILLS; PEER RELATIONSHIPS; TURKISH CHILDREN; VICTIMIZATION

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2011-08-01

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