|Title:||Transactional Links between Teacher-Adolescent Support, Relatedness, and Aggression at School: A Three-Wave Longitudinal Study||Authors:||Jiménez, Teresa I.
León González-Vélez, Jaime José
Lombas, Andrés S.
|UNESCO Clasification:||580206 Análisis, realización de modelos y planificación estadística
School Aggression, et al
|Issue Date:||2021||Journal:||International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health||Abstract:||This study examines the reciprocal effects between two school-based relationships within the classroom-namely, perceived teacher support and relatedness with classmates-and school aggression (overt and relational) across two courses of secondary education. Participants were 654 adolescents (48% boys), who were assessed in three waves: first, at the beginning of the academic year (T0), second, at the end of the same academic year (T1), and third, at the beginning of the next academic year (T2) (Mage wave 1 = 13.98 years). Autoregressive cross-lagged modeling was applied. Results show a protective effect of relatedness against relational aggression in both genders. Moreover, we observed a protective effect of perceived teacher support at the beginning of the course for later school aggression as well as a risk effect if this perceived teacher support is maintained throughout the course. These effects were observed in relation with gender-atypical forms of aggression (overt in girls and relational in boys). Finally, aggression had negative consequences for relatedness in girls and for teacher support through the mediation of relatedness in boys. Gender differences and practical implications of these findings are discussed.||URI:||http://hdl.handle.net/10553/77581||ISSN:||1660-4601||DOI:||10.3390/ijerph18020436||Source:||International journal of environmental research and public health [EISSN 1660-4601], v. 18 (2), (Enero 2021)|
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