11 The Relationship Between Antisocial and Prosocial Behaviors in Chinese Preschool Children
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AbstractThis chapter examines the relationship of antisocial and prosocial behaviors in a sample of preschool children by applying the usual statistical procedures of correlation and factor analysis. One additional strategy, less frequently used in previous studies, is to examine the patterns of external correlates associated with these behaviors. If they are simply the two opposite ends of a general social relationship construct, they are expected to show a similar pattern of external correlates. If not, then there is additional evidence that antisocial and prosocial behaviors are separate. Thus in this study, such variables pertaining to physical health (the child's health history), development (language, motor and social development), family and parents (parent-child relationship, child management practice, marital relationship, mother's mental health) will be examined as external correlates. Their relationship with antisocial and prosocial behaviors is first tested separately by bivariate correlation and then integratively by structural equation modeling.
All Author(s) ListLeung P.W.L., Chin C.Y., Luk S.L., Lieh-Mak F., Bacon-Stone J.
Journal nameINTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES ON CHILD AND ADOLESCENT MENTAL HEALTH
Year2000
Month12
Day1
Volume Number1
PublisherElsevier
Place of PublicationUnited States
Pages183 - 203
ISSN1874-5911
LanguagesEnglish-United Kingdom

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