Date of Graduation
Bachelor of Arts
Burris, Sidney, 1953-
The current study examined the relation between parents' emotion socialization beliefs and the strategies children use to cope with peer victimization. It was hypothesized that parents' beliefs about emotions would predict how their children cope with instances of school bullying. Children's coping strategies, in turn, were expected to predict their actual level of peer victimization. Children's level of peer victimization was measured via reports from children, peers, and teachers.
Rosso, Lauren, "Parents' beliefs about emotion and children's subsequent coping strategies as influences on children's level of peer victimization" (2012). Psychological Science Undergraduate Honors Theses. 2.