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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 2013-02-14T16:00:04Z European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry ; 20 (2011), 1. S. 3-15 2011 2013-02-14T16:00:04Z terms-of-use

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