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Emotional symptoms from kindergarten to middle childhood : associations with self- and other-oriented social skills

Emotional symptoms from kindergarten to middle childhood : associations with self- and other-oriented social skills

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GROEBEN, Maureen, Sonja PERREN, Stephanie STADELMANN, Kai VON*KLITZING, 2011. Emotional symptoms from kindergarten to middle childhood : associations with self- and other-oriented social skills. In: European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry. 20(1), pp. 3-15. ISSN 1018-8827. eISSN 1435-165X. Available under: doi: 10.1007/s00787-010-0139-z

@article{Groeben2011Emoti-21621, title={Emotional symptoms from kindergarten to middle childhood : associations with self- and other-oriented social skills}, year={2011}, doi={10.1007/s00787-010-0139-z}, number={1}, volume={20}, issn={1018-8827}, journal={European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry}, pages={3--15}, author={Groeben, Maureen and Perren, Sonja and Stadelmann, Stephanie and von*Klitzing, Kai} }

Groeben, Maureen Perren, Sonja Groeben, Maureen von*Klitzing, Kai Stadelmann, Stephanie Stadelmann, Stephanie eng The study investigated the interactive impact of different dimensions of social skills on children’s emotional symptoms. We differentiate between self-oriented social skills which focus on considering own goals and needs in social interactions (assertiveness, social participation) and other-oriented social skills which focus on considering other’s goals and needs (pro-social and cooperative behavior). 167 children participated in the study at the ages of 5, 6, and 9 years. A multi-informant approach (parents, teacher, and child) was employed to assess children’s psychopathology. Teachers rated children’s social skills. The study demonstrated the importance of deficits in self-oriented social skills for the development of emotional symptoms. Low levels of assertiveness predicted later emotional symptoms. In children with low levels of pro-social behavior, high assertiveness protected from emotional problems. In contrast, high levels of pro-social behavior emerged as a risk factor for later emotional symptoms, especially when is goes along with low levels of social participation. von*Klitzing, Kai Perren, Sonja Emotional symptoms from kindergarten to middle childhood : associations with self- and other-oriented social skills European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry ; 20 (2011), 1. S. 3-15 2013-02-14T16:00:04Z deposit-license 2011 2013-02-14T16:00:04Z

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