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The relationship of aggression and bullying to social preference: Differences in gender and types of aggression



The relationship of aggression and bullying to social preference: Differences in gender and types of aggression



International Journal of Behavioral Development 33(4): 323-330




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DOI: 10.1177/0165025408098028


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