Prevención de la agresión en la infancia y la adolescencia

del Barrio, Victoria; Carrasco, Miguel Ángel; Rodríguez, Miguel Angel; Gordillo, Rodolfo
March 2009
International Journal of Psychology & Psychological Therapy;2009, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p101
Academic Journal
This study aims at putting the bases for a prevention program against children's and youth's aggression, using data on relationship between aggression and parenting in a sample of Spanish children and adolescents. A special attention is recommended on education of male children at preadolescent age of broking families and low SES. The most relevant elements of the program are: reducing maternal hostility, improving behavior control of children and increasing loving/warm communication.


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