Children Relational Aggression : Effect Of Children Aggressive On Peers Interaction And Gender Differences

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Children Relational Aggression: 
The Effect of Children Aggressive on Peers Interaction
and the Gender Differences in the expression of aggression
Nada El Masri
Sacramento State University

The Effect of Children Aggression on Peers Interaction And Gender Differences In the expression of aggression
Relationships with peers have significant importance in the lives of very young children by allowing them to experiment with roles and relationships and develop social cognitive and behavioral skills (Walker, 2004 ). However, many things interrupt children’s ability to interact positively with their peers: aggressiveness, feeling of inclusion by peer group, excluding someone from play’s group. In aggressiveness, researchers generally defined that aggressive as behavior that are to hurt or harm other (Crick, Grotpeter, 2012). Excluding someone from play’s group when children preferred to play exclusively with their friend and felt jealous when their friend played with other children, ( Gropeter and Crick 1999), and feeling of inclusion by peer group, is the tendency to feel they belong and that they are accepted by their peer group. To some extent, children sometimes have difficulty to control their behavior that make…

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