Subject: Avon Longitudinal Study of Parents and Children (ALSPAC) | B | siblings | prosocial behavior | cross-lagged | conduct problems | Brief Reports
Bidirectional associations between sibling relationships and children’s problem behaviors are robust, and links with prosocial behavior have also been reported. Using cross-lagged models, we were able to conservatively test temporal directions of links between positive ... View more
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