By Antonius H. N. Cillessen, David Schwartz, Lara Mayeux
Specific emphasis is given to the dangers and merits of being well known. the quantity stories examine linking attractiveness to substance use, negative educational functionality, and different adjustment difficulties. participants additionally tackle the confident aspect of recognition, together with its organization with social competence and management skills. through the publication, implications for prevention and intervention with youth are highlighted. learn more... content material: acceptance as a social inspiration : meanings and importance / William M. Bukowski -- Conceptualizing and measuring attractiveness / Antonius H.N. Cillessen, Peter E.L. Marks -- Being there awhile : an ethnographic standpoint on attractiveness / Don E. Merten -- Social attractiveness and recognition : exact different types of peer prestige / Lara Mayeux, John J. Houser, Karmon D. Dyches -- recognition and gender : the 2 cultures of girls and boys / Amanda J. Rose, Gary C. Glick, Rhiannon L. Smith -- acceptance as a sort of social dominance : an evolutionary point of view / Anthony D. Pellegrini ... [et al.] -- Prosocial talents, social competence, and recognition / Julie Wargo Aikins, Scott D. Litwack -- attractiveness in peer team viewpoint : the position of prestige in adolescent peer structures / B. Bradford Brown -- Peer attractiveness within the context of ethnicity / Amy Bellmore, Adrienne Nishina, Sandra Graham -- the ability of recognition : effect techniques in early life and early life / Marlene J. Sandstrom -- The excessive expense of excessive prestige : attractiveness as a mechanism of probability / David Schwartz, Andrea Hopmeyer Gorman -- towards a concept of recognition / Antonius H.N. Cillessen. summary: specific emphasis is given to the hazards and merits of being well known. the amount reports examine linking acceptance to substance use, negative educational functionality, and different adjustment difficulties. individuals additionally tackle the confident part of recognition, together with its organization with social competence and management skills. in the course of the booklet, implications for prevention and intervention with youth are highlighted
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1982). ” Similar confounds between acceptance and popularity are frequent in the peer relationships literature and highlight the need to be very clear about measures and terms. It should also be noted that researchers might be tempted to use the Coie et al. (1982) controversial classification as a proxy for popularity nominations. This makes some conceptual sense; controversial individuals, like popular individuals, are liked by some peers and disliked by others and show a combination of positive and negative behaviors and traits (Cillessen, 2009).