Project Title

Social Withdrawal and Aggression

Major

Psychology

Department

Psychology

Degree

Undergraduate

Mentor

Richard Osbaldiston

Mentor Department

Psychology

Abstract

Socially withdrawn children are at a risk of having many issues throughout childhood. These children may be at risk for aggression which may result in problematic behavior throughout school, rejection by peers, and future problems in adulthood. In this study, a meta-analysis will be conducted to answer the question, “Does being socially withdrawn effect a child’s aggression?” There were 11 studies meta-analyzed where an effect size of was determined. Based on this effect size, it can be concluded that . Three moderator variables including age, gender, and peer ratings versus scenarios were measured.

Presentation format

Poster

Poster Number

70

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Social Withdrawal and Aggression

Socially withdrawn children are at a risk of having many issues throughout childhood. These children may be at risk for aggression which may result in problematic behavior throughout school, rejection by peers, and future problems in adulthood. In this study, a meta-analysis will be conducted to answer the question, “Does being socially withdrawn effect a child’s aggression?” There were 11 studies meta-analyzed where an effect size of was determined. Based on this effect size, it can be concluded that . Three moderator variables including age, gender, and peer ratings versus scenarios were measured.