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Clemans, K.H., Graber J. A., & Bettencourt, A. (2012). Adult-Directed and Peer- Directed Respect for Authority: Relationships With Aggressive.

This study investigated whether respect for adult and peer authority are separate attitudes which have distinct relationships with aggressive and.

J Res Adolesc. 2012 Sep;22(3):480-486. Epub 2012 Mar 17. Adult-Directed and Peer-Directed Respect for Authority: Relationships With Aggressive and.

The prevalence of having friendships, peer relationships, and participating in social and activities among 235 adolescents and adults with autism who live at home. With respect to social and recreational activi-. ties, we.

Peer Relationships, Learning Motivation and Relationships, Classroom Dynamics High school and early adulthood individuals seek out and spend time with factors, such as peers and family (e.g., the student's opinions are respected).