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|Título:||Longitudinal stability of social competence indicators in a portuguese sample: Q-Sort profiles of social competence, measures of social engagement, and peer sociometric acceptance|
|Autor:||Santos, António José|
Vaughn, Brian E.
Peceguina, Maria Inês Duarte
Daniel, João Rodrigo
|Editora:||American Psychological Association|
|Citação:||Developmental Psychology. 50( 3), 968–978. DOI: 10.1037/a0034344|
|Resumo:||This study examines the temporal stability (over 3 years) of individual differences in 3 domains relevant to preschool children’s social competence: social engagement/motivation, profiles of behavior and personality attributes characteristic of socially competent young children, and peer acceptance. Each domain was measured with multiple indicators. Sociometric status categories (Asher & Dodge, 1986) and reciprocated friendships were derived from sociometric data. Composites for social competence domains were significantly associated across all time points. Within age-periods, social competence domains were associated with both sociometric and friendship status categories; however, neither sociometric status nor reciprocated friendships were stable over time. Nevertheless, analyses examining the social competence antecedents to reciprocated friendship at age-4 and age-5 suggested that more socially competent children in the prior year were more likely to have a reciprocated friendship in the current year. Popular and rejected sociometric status categories were also associated with social competence indicators in prior years, but this was most clearly seen at age-5.|
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