This research was supported in part by funds provided the T. Denny Sanford School of Social Dynamics at Arizona State University as part of the Lives of Girls and Boys Research Enterprise (http://lives.clas.asu.edu/). The authors express deep gratitude to Diane Ruble for her invaluable insights and comments on earlier drafts of this manuscript. They also thank Erin Pahlke for the data collection of the seventh- and eighth-grade samples in Study 2.
Gender-Based Relationship Efficacy: Children's Self-Perceptions in Intergroup Contexts
Article first published online: 20 DEC 2013
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Zosuls, K. M., Field, R. D., Martin, C. L., Andrews, N. C. Z. and England, D. E. (2013), Gender-Based Relationship Efficacy: Children's Self-Perceptions in Intergroup Contexts. Child Development. doi: 10.1111/cdev.12209
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|cdev12209-sup-0001-AppendixS1-S3.docx||Word document||35K||Appendix S1. Gender-Based Relationship Efficacy Questionnaire (GBRE) Appendix S2. The Factor Structure and Internal Reliability of the Gender-Based Relationship Efficacy Questionnaire (GBRE) by Study, Grade, and GBRE-Own Versus GBRE-Other Appendix S3. Bivariate Correlations between Gender-Based Relationship Efficacy (GBRE) for Own- and Other-Gender Peers and Teacher Reported Social Adjustment|
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